Posts Tagged ‘ Moroccan Music ’

The Beautiful & the Unflattering in Cultural Appropriation: Moroccan Rap

10/01/2013
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The Beautiful & the Unflattering in Cultural Appropriation: Moroccan Rap

Cultural appropriation is usually delineated as the adoption of particular components of one culture by a dissimilar cultural community. This comes in a plurality of forms, ranging from cultural appropriation, religious appropriation, social and behavioral appropriation, artistic appropriation, and many other forms. Such cultural phenomenon has been widely hailed for its positive impingements on...

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Dounia Batma: ‘King Mohamed VI Voted for Me’

22/03/2012
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Dounia Batma: ‘King Mohamed VI Voted for Me’

The talented young Moroccan artist, Dounia Batma, is calling Moroccans to support her and vote for her to win the title of the first edition of Arab Idol TV program, broadcasted on MBC channel. Dounia Batma, from Morocco, and Karmen Soulaymen, from Egypt, are the two finalists who will compete for the title of Arab...

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