Sh'ail is a popular Kuwaiti singer who is also very famous
in the Arab World. With his unique high-pitched voice,
he is dubbed the "Demis Roussos of the Arabs".
is from his latest album, and it
has amazing beats typical of the Gulf music, which are
a mix of Arabic, Indian and East African rythms.
was born in the coastal city of Latakia in Syria. Ever
since her childhood, the bold and determined daughter
of a rather poor and conservative family wanted to become
a singer. She was thrust into the spotlight four years
ago, with her famous song Mandam Aleik (I Don't Regret
Losing You). She competed with Nawal El Zoghbi to get
the rights to the song, but finally both singers performed
it and both did very well. Huwayda's style is closer to
Shami folklore and she presents her fans with a familiar
sound that's inspired by traditional Syrian and Lebanese
folk tunes. In her singing, Huwayda beautifully exploits
the high capacity of her voice and she enjoys high popularity
in Syria and many Arab countries. Now she is counted among
the top Arab singers.
Abbas is a 37 year old Egyptian pop singer whose popularity
has been rising sharply in the past few years, in Egypt
and the Arab World. His songs are happy and dancy and
you can feel his enthusiasm radiating through all his
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El Khalil is a Lebanese artist from South Lebanon who
started her career as a singer at the age of twelve, in
the beginnings of the civil war in Lebanon. She worked
with Marcel Khalifé at an early age and joined
his "Al Mayadin" band, where she sang as a solo,
and together they brought about a new type of art committed
to revolution and freedom and the concerns of ordinary
people. Her popularity sky-rocketed in no time with "Al
Mayadin" and with the songs Marcel composed for her.
Oumeima's songs were written by reputed poets from the
Arab worlds such as: Mahmoud Darwich, Badr Chaker El Sayyab,
Mohamad El Abdallah, Talal Haidar, Henri Zogheib, Nizar
El Hindi and others. She is currently working with her
husband, the musician Hani Siblini.
is a new Lebanese artist who has recently graduated from
the National Conservatory in Lebanon. Her first perfomance
was in Byblos Festival last Summer, where she surprised
audience with her superb appearance with
the Cuban all Stars Orchestra, in
which she sang Arabic classic hits set to the Caribean
rhythms of bolero, cha-cha-cha, son and salsa. These 2
tracks are from her first album, which has just been released.
Emta Hate'raf is a song by
includes 5 stanza: 1.Ahwak:
Abdel Halim Hafez; 2. Layali El
Ons Fi Vienna: Asmahan; 3. Laih
Laih Ya 'Ain: Mohammad Abdel Wahab; 4. Nawait
Adari Alami: Asmahan; 5. Ya
Gharam Ya Gharam: Karem Mahmoud.
is a young Lebanese singer and songwriter who represents
something new and surprising in the world of the Arabic
song, in music style as well as content. Her songs emphasize
the importance of both the tune and lyrics and combine
texts with sophisticated musical arrangements.
They have a message of rebillion and a call for change,
criticism of society and daily life and
tackle themes never dealt with before in Arabic songs,
such as globalization, woman's condition, love and revolution.
studied fine arts at LAU in Beirut then went to the Sorbonne,
where she specialized in music, cinema and painting.
Her first album al-Jil al-Jadeed
was released in August 2002 (tracks 2-4 are chosen from
this album). Muwashah Ya Ghosna
Naqa is a new collaboration between Tania and Charbel
Rouhana (from Charbel's new album Vice Versa).
She also collaborated with a number of Lebanese musicians:
Issam Hajj Ali, Mihran Gurunian, Mounir Khawli, Iman Homsi,
Mazen Siblini, Emile Boustani, Roger Abi Akl, Ali al-Khatib,
Toni Anka and Tony Hanna.
is a fine Moroccan singer who appeared suddenly on the
musical scene and in no time made it to the top with a
number of superb songs. Marsoul
El Hob is her latest song composed by the Moroccan
musician Abdel Wahab el-Doukali.