Soundtrack for the Arab Revolution

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Click here to hear the top songs and poems of the Arab Revolution spreading across the Middle East and North Africa. Send us your songs or suggestions of songs to post in our comments field and we’ll review them and upload as soon as possible. These are historic times. Martin Luther King Jr. said “freedom songs are the soul of the movement.” He understood that movement’s can’t succeed through politics or demonstrations alone, they need songs to spread into the hearts of every human being alive, into the Tahrir Square in each of our hearts. difrent  brings you today’s freedom songs and the artists that are singing them! We need freedom songs now. Be sure to check out our friends at MideastTunes.com as well who are also getting out a bunch of great stuff.

Amel Mathlouthi أمال مثلوثي – كلمتي حرة   “Kelmti Horra” or “My Word Is Free”

Stephan Said ستيفن سعيد – أحب عيشة الحرية  “Aheb Aisht Al Huriyah” or “I love the Life of Freedom”

Arabian Knightz feat Shadia Mansour, FredwreckNot Your Prisoner

Bird, The Truth, produced by DJ Nas “Egypt Fight Song” from Mideastunes.com

Omar Offendum, The Narcicyst, Freeway, Ayah, Amir Sulaiman – #Jan25 (Produced by Sami Matar)

Suheir Hammad: Poems of war, peace, women, power

Khalas Mixtape Vol 1 Mish B3eed Khalas/Enough: a mixtape of North African artists from Algeria, Tunisia, Egypt and Libya joining forces for regime change in Libya

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