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Kodieh, a longtime player in the Arabic urban music scene (once known as rapper Rayess Bek), was joined by electro-tarab producer Samer al-Daher (aka Hello Psychaleppo), who used a synthesizer in lieu of a tabla or other Arabic instruments, bassist/vocalist Khaled Omran from the band Tanjaret Daghet and guitarist/vocalist Wassim Bou Malham from Who Killed Bruce Lee.The different musical styles kept things from sounding similar, as each track had a different flavor to the melodies used.Experimenting with Arab and Western music is not a new idea -- and is often a staple of local clubs that remix Arabic music with Western beats but it is rarely so put-together and creatively produced.
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