Egyptian singer Mohamed Hamaki has "Something Hidden" on YouTube!
September 16, 2014
When asked for his first impressions of Israel, Bennett said: “I love it. The audience is so beautiful. Everybody’s so friendly. It’s my first time here, and they treated me a like an old-timer. Couldn’t be better.”
September 15, 2014
Lady Gaga took Israelis away from Gaza rockets and into another world with her typical outrageous getup and futuristic electronic beats.
September 14, 2014
She's too musical to just be a TV show host and Rotana knows it! Arwa has released her first album "Mumaiz" (Unique).
Syrian-American artist Bassem Rashidi says his piece about violence in the war-torn country of Syria through his voice and video talents.
September 10, 2014
Revolutionary artists Eskenderella have released their very first album called Safha Gedida (A New Page).
September 9, 2014
Egyptian superstar's stray solo track-- a dedication to his daughter -- finds its way on the internet ahead of the official album release date causing a ripple across the musical Mediterranean mainstream.
September 7, 2014
With Dubai's concert date upon us, we bring you 10 things you must know about the new 'Queen of Pop' - Emirate monsters take note!
September 4, 2014
Carole Samaha likes her some Thierry Vergnes.
September 3, 2014
Lebanese singer Ragheb Alama is preparing to appear on on the tenth season of "Star Academy."
September 2, 2014
Much of the programming for last week's Salzburg Festival focused on promoting tolerance and peace between religions with Egyptian musicians as featured artists.
September 1, 2014
Moroccan singer Samira Saeed revealed she is wrapping up a new album.
The two-hour hip-hop concert, HipHop 03 Volume 3, on August 26th saw songsters jammin' to the tough topics affecting the country of Egypt.
Surely some conservatives will dislike the controversial Lebanese dialect song the Egyptian songstress has just completed, but "Am Bakrah Al Musica" (I am Hating Music) will no doubt be a hit amongst her faithful fans.
August 31, 2014
Nicole Saba was a smashing hit in the holy month on the show "Difference in Timing" with Tamer Hosny, and now she's back to business again with a new single "Ma Baqa Tudqili" (You Don't Beat For Me).