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Re: Share Some Arabic Music

Posted: 2018-10-04, 15:34
by Michael
First Arabic song I’ve learned the lyrics of!

https://youtu.be/Xeor-AxzKGY

Re: Share Some Arabic Music

Posted: 2018-10-05, 0:43
by n8an
Michael wrote:First Arabic song I’ve learned the lyrics of!

https://youtu.be/Xeor-AxzKGY


Classic :D

Re: Share Some Arabic Music

Posted: 2018-10-23, 23:32
by Michael

Re: Share Some Arabic Music

Posted: 2019-01-03, 7:45
by eskandar

Re: Share Some Arabic Music

Posted: 2019-01-13, 20:02
by voron
Does anyone remember this song from many years ago? I heard it on the radio today. It's in Lebanese Arabic:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YFq8jL6vnXo

It feels weird to suddenly be able to understand distinct words in something that was once gibberish. I had a similar feeling when I heard an old Tarkan song, after having advanced in Turkish.

And now I'm never going to forget how to say "hug me!" in Arabic. غمرني , or, to a woman, غمريني!

Re: Share Some Arabic Music

Posted: 2019-01-26, 19:10
by Limagne

Re: Share Some Arabic Music

Posted: 2019-01-27, 23:22
by eskandar
Song in Mesopotamian Arabic with Persian subtitles, and part in Persian:

https://youtu.be/TN4dbaEikB8

Re: Share Some Arabic Music

Posted: 2019-02-18, 12:52
by Saim

Re: Share Some Arabic Music

Posted: 2019-03-04, 12:12
by n8an
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JbCxN_FboZo

HaiifaMagic, a Lebanese or Palestinian transgender model/dancer who based her entire look and personality on Haifa Wehbe and used to make viral videos dancing (and I think is maybe a makeup artist or something?) with a video for her song in the Iraqi dialect.

Re: Share Some Arabic Music

Posted: 2019-03-12, 0:10
by eskandar
Song in fuS7a, with lyrics and English translation in the video's description:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s1SZvg4wJIw

Re: Share Some Arabic Music

Posted: 2019-03-12, 4:10
by Linguaphile
Ayami Bik - My Days With You أيامي بيك
Elissa إليسا
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vwb8juMnFCI


Einy Wana Shayfo - When I Look At Him عيني وانا شايفه
Amr Diab عمرو دياب
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bzpScWxbAGk

Re: Share Some Arabic Music

Posted: 2019-03-12, 11:58
by n8an
Linguaphile wrote:Ayami Bik - My Days With You أيامي بيك
Elissa إليسا
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vwb8juMnFCI


Omg, memories of this album :shock: is it really 11 years? I can't believe it :oops:

Re: Share Some Arabic Music

Posted: 2019-03-29, 16:25
by eskandar
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YqqA6QTZzyM

Lyrics, transliteration, and English translation here

Re: Share Some Arabic Music

Posted: 2019-03-29, 23:02
by n8an
voron wrote:Does anyone remember this song from many years ago? I heard it on the radio today. It's in Lebanese Arabic:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YFq8jL6vnXo

It feels weird to suddenly be able to understand distinct words in something that was once gibberish. I had a similar feeling when I heard an old Tarkan song, after having advanced in Turkish.

And now I'm never going to forget how to say "hug me!" in Arabic. غمرني , or, to a woman, غمريني!


What a throwback!

I miss the days when she was like this. She went full Khaleeji for a while after this - she had an album that was all Khaleeji songs except for one Iraqi. It was good, but very surprising. I have no idea what kind of music she makes now, but I was a huge fan back in these days.

Re: Share Some Arabic Music

Posted: 2019-08-06, 15:17
by eskandar
Rap in Arabic (Kuwaiti, Bahraini, and Egyptian)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1f10LrTC8pY
Lyrics here

Re: Share Some Arabic Music

Posted: 2019-08-19, 7:38
by vijayjohn
These are a bunch of songs in Arabic by non-native speakers from countries where Arabic is not widely spoken (or not spoken at all) as a native language.

This is a qasida from Malaysia by Nurul Musthofa(?) called "Ya Badratim" with the lyrics in Arabic (with vowel diacritics) as well as a translation into Malay in the subtitles:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=15-_mocPl9s
This is another clip from Malaysia of the song "Salatullah Salamullah." The main thing I thought was interesting about this is that the lyrics are written out in Roman script rather than Arabic. This seems to be the norm in Malaysia since Malay is also written in Roman script now:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OHWxNNU5cfg
This is a song from Indonesia in a genre known there as gambus (i.e. basically traditional Arab or Arab-style music), which is also another name for the oud:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9iuET9zS1Mc
This is a clip of a wedding entrance song in Arabic, also from Indonesia, but I can't tell for sure what the name of the song is. Surely it's not an original song from Indonesia?? But I can't tell what the original version is if it's not:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=de7ZfdoWY88
This is another qasida written by the 19th-century Senegalese religious leader Amadou Bamba and sung by Mouride students at the University of Dakar:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IxZGDb69R0I
This is a song in honor of Amadou Bamba from Kano, Nigeria. Most people in Kano speak Hausa, not Arabic, but they are also Muslim for the most part and at least sometimes sing in Arabic (MSA?):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LV5bsynTVPc
This is a song from Kerala that I've posted elsewhere before. It's called "Junood-ul-3atamati." I think the singer's name might be something like Salman ul-Faris(?):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lgUh37ZZ7M0
Lyric video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4_XGLWhNK_c (lyrics are really small, sorry)

This is another one from Kerala called "Ya Shubban" and sung by Haneefa Mudikkode "Al-Raja":
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FVlVD3p0tCw
This is a song by Ameena Sulthana performed at the Arabic Song Competition 2017, hosted by the Arabic Club at Department of Arabic, Persian & Urdu at the University of Madras:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fPenf1AWHTE
And this is another by Abdul Kader Wafiq from the same competition:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=leLecjGjYL8

Re: Share Some Arabic Music

Posted: 2019-08-19, 12:32
by Antea

Re: Share Some Arabic Music

Posted: 2020-01-23, 21:54
by eskandar
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t4imQflA8fs

لا حياة لمن تنادي is an Arabic expression, equivalent to "it's like talking to a brick wall".