Freeway, Amir Sulaiman, Ayah, The Narcicyst & Omar Offendum – #Jan25th


Posted on February 8, 2011
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Freeway, The Narcicyst and Omar Offendum, as well as Def Poet Amir Sulaiman and singer Ayah, offer their own thoughts and reflections on the Egypt situation, the track is called #Jan25th, which is the date the date the protests began in Egypt.

Produced by Sami Matar.

Inspired by the resilience of Egyptian people during their recent uprising, several notable musicians from North America have teamed up to release a song of solidarity and empowerment. The track is fittingly titled “#Jan25? as a reference to both the date the protests officially began in Egypt, and its prominence as a trending topic on Twitter. Produced by Sami Matar, a Palestinian-American composer from Southern California, and featuring the likes of Freeway, The Narcicyst, Omar Offendum, HBO Def Poet Amir Sulaiman, and Canadian R&B vocalist Ayah – this track serves as a testament to the revolution’s effect on the hearts and minds of today’s youth, and the spirit of resistance it has come to symbolize for oppressed people worldwide.

For more on the contributors: Omar Offendum (MC #1) – http://twitter.com/Offendum, The Narcicyst (MC #2) – http://twitter.com/TheNarcicyst, Freeway (MC #3) – http://twitter.com/PhillyFreezer, Amir Sulaiman (MC #4) http://twitter.com/AmirSulaiman, Ayah (R&B Vocalist) – http://twitter.com/AyahMusic, Sami Matar (Producer) – http://twitter.com/SamiMatar, and the artwork design by Ridwan Adhami http://www.ridzdesign.com?


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