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Art Alert: Egyptian band Cairokee to perform at Al-Manara

The popular band will perform the third edition of Cairokee Empire at the Al-Manara Arena

Ahram Online , Monday 7 Oct 2019
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Popular Egyptian band Cairokee will give a concert at Al-Manara Arena on Friday 11 October under the title of 'Cairokee Empire 3rd Edition'.

The band will feature some other talents including DJ Al-Sharif and young rapper Marwan Pablo.

Founded in 2003, eight years before the 2011 revolution, their first big success came in the post-25 January 2011 period with their hit single Sowt El-Horreya (The Voice of Freedom).

They then cemented their popularity with a number of albums including El-Sekka Shemal (An Indecent Path), Naas W Naas (People and People) and No'ta Beida (Drop of White), in addition to their latest Abna'a El-Battah El-Sawda'a (The Ugly Ducklings).

Cairokee's 2019 hit song 'Kan Lak Ma'aya' has been viewed by over 21 millions on Youtube alone in which they used the voice of legendary Egyptian singer Um-Kulthumm in electronic adaption

Programme:

Friday 11 October
Al-Manara Arena, New Cairo, Egypt

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