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Jadal - Malyoun
65.00 EGP

65.00 EGP 

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Category Type
Arabic Music
Album Name
Malyoun
Artist
jadal
Description

New album Jadal -  Malyoun release date 2016“JADAL: TRANSFORMING THE BARREN DESERT INTO A MUSICAL JUNGLE” … CAIRO SCENEGenuine reflection of emotions, heartfelt words and melodies perfectly crafted together with rock roots, Jordanian Arabic lyrics and pop sound that dare to venture into a ...

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    Category Type
    Arabic Music
    Album Name
    Malyoun
    Item EAN
    2724336753154
    People
    Artist
    jadal
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    Description

    New album Jadal -  Malyoun release date 2016

    “JADAL: TRANSFORMING THE BARREN DESERT INTO A MUSICAL JUNGLE” … CAIRO SCENE

    Genuine reflection of emotions, heartfelt words and melodies perfectly crafted together with rock roots, Jordanian Arabic lyrics and pop sound that dare to venture into a new

    New album Jadal -  Malyoun release date 2016

    “JADAL: TRANSFORMING THE BARREN DESERT INTO A MUSICAL JUNGLE” … CAIRO SCENE

    Genuine reflection of emotions, heartfelt words and melodies perfectly crafted together with rock roots, Jordanian Arabic lyrics and pop sound that dare to venture into a new sound with ultimate enjoyment in the making, entirely felt from the outstanding energy on stage, is what makes JadaL stand out! 

    JadaL (English: Controversy) is a Jordanian Arabic Pop Rock band and a music project, formed in 2003 by Mahmoud Radaideh, a composer, songwriter, guitarist, music producer and vocalist.

    When JadaL released their re-arranged cover single ‘El-Tobah’, a famous song by the legendary Abdel-Halim Hafez, their musical style was immediately coined as Arabic Rock, and was described as ‘groundbreaking’ due to its unique blend of Rock and Arabic.

    JadaL then released their first original single Salma, a song which Radaideh wrote and composed for his niece, which quickly became a radio hit and gained many followers, thus cementing JadaL as one of the premier Arabic rock bands in the country and soon after in the whole region.

    In 2009, JadaL released their debut album, Arabic Rocks, the album with its 14 songs was not only a huge success, but an important production that reaffirmed their music signature and confirmed their principles, and moved them to the front lines of the local and regional independent music scene.  Arabic Rocks, written mainly by Radaideh, also featured Palestinian Hip-hop Band DAM on the track ‘Ya Bani Adam’ (Ya Human Being).

    The second album 'El Makina' (English: The Machine), was released in December 2012, composed, written and produced by Mahmoud Radaideh. The album marked another era of tremendous success and unexpected spread out far beyond the Levant’s borders. Since then JadaL’s popularity has been on the rise, and they’ve been touring in several Arab countries including Palestine, Egypt and Morocco.

    “Their music language is pure rock. Their lyrics are in Arabic. They sing about their youth and their international fan base keeps growing. Everywhere they go they create controversy, set the stage alight, and make the audience roar”. Ahram Online

    Mahmoud Radaideh “the brain behind JadaL’s success “as described by some prominent Arab critiques, has the ability to spell out his thoughts and feelings clearly and explicitly through his music, with sheer honesty tackling on real subjects and speaking directly to the youth, whether it is social, economic, love relationships, or even funny encounters that we all face in day to day life. Radaideh is meanwhile writing and preparing JadaL’s third album which is expected to be release

    Album Tracklist :

    ·       
    Kanz



    ·         
    Malyoun



    ·         
    Ashrar



    ·         
    Ana Winti



    ·         
    Ma Fe Gheirak



    ·         
    Mish Maktoobeh



    ·         
    Wahdeh Bteshbahek



    ·         
    Mish Hadool Nasak?



    ·         
    Yumain O Leila



    ·         
    Bnehke Feh Bel Hilem



    ·         
    Sotko A'ala Min El Samma'at



     





 

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