The band from Lebanon is called Iyam El Lira and is formed of young talented musicians whose mission is to perform good old classic tunes with an Arabic twist.Check out this Arabic rendition of “Santa Claus is coming to town”. It’s beautiful and you'll listen to it all day!
More than 35 Torontonians participated in a LoveArabic Exchange meetup that took place at Arabesque Dance & Music Arts studio last weekend. Arabic learners immersed themselves in Arabic culture through language, music, and food. They practiced dialect Arabic with native speakers and listened to a magical live musical performance by special guests Suzanne and George Sawa that got people singing and dancing. LoveArabic Exchange is a weekly Arabic language exchange meet-up that takes place in Toronto. Learn a new language, know more about Arabic culture and make new friends in a safe and friendly environment. Find out more about Toronto's Arabic...
Noel Kharman, a Palestinian singer, partnered up with musician Audinius to bring us a Arabic-Spanish mashup of the hit song 'Despacito'. The song is a mix between Ahmed Al Mossali's Akheeran Qalha and Luis Fonsi's Despacito.
Happy Canada Day everyone! Here's my favourite Arabic version of O Canada. Enjoy because it's awesome!