Baladi is one of those elusive Arabic words that can mean different things to different people at different times.
Arab audiences are not ready for the return to music of a pop superstar who became a Salafist extremist and allegedly took up arms against the Lebanese state.
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Mick Hucknall’s admission that he slept with thousands of women shatters one ginger stereotype, but discrimination against redheads goes way back.
If Barack Obama were a pop star, he would be a jazz musician or a rapper, not a Britney Spears. And to prove it, BaRock should release an election rap
For a new generation of young Egyptian artists, music is not just about love.