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About this app

The 1970s were marked in Morocco by the intrusion, on a large scale, of a new musical genre. Nass El Ghiwane, the founding group, a handful of artists, launched this genre built on sober instrumentation and realistic and powerful texts. Very quickly, the youth followed. A music that speaks of their life, their desires, their frustrations, their hopes etc. Several musical groups were born in the process: Jil Jilala, Lamchaeb, Siham, Mesnaoui, Tagada etc. A word was released and spread like wildfire resembling a musical Arab Spring before its time. Musically, a rare syncretism has operated. A Gnaoui background from Essaouira, an Aita from the Chaouia plains, a solid Malhoun culture from Marrakech and an assumed Soussi sensitivity. Larbi Batma, Abderrahmane Kirouche dit Paco, Omar Sayed, Mohamed Boujmie, Abdelaziz Tahiri, Moulay Tahar Asbahani, Mohamed Derhem, Omar Dakhouche, Chérif Lamrani… and many others have written a unique story that will have a lasting mark on Moroccan music
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Feb 24, 2022

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