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Art Alert: Rapper Marwan Pablo to perform at Cairo's Darb 1718

The Alexandrian rapper will perform a lineup of his singles

Ahram Online , Sunday 21 Apr 2019
Marwan Pablo
Marwan Pablo (Photo: part of promotional material)
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Musician Marwan Pablo will perform as part of Darb 1718’s Mazzika x ElSat7 monthly music programme on 26 April.

Pablo is a rapper and musician from Alexandria whose music combines elements of trap and electronic music, as he experiments with space and different forms of art production.

The musician is frequently releasing singles on his YouTube and Soundcloud accounts, including his latest Abu Mecca and Atary.

Mazzika x El-Sat7 is an ongoing programme of concerts held on the rooftop of Darb 1718. Over the course of several years the space has garnered momentum by hosting both established and starting musicians from different genres, such as Awtar Quartet, Noha Fekry Jazz Quartet, Sorour Project, and Hania Fansa, among many others.

Friday 26 April
Darb 1718, Kasr El-Shamaa St., Old Cairo

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