DAM

Performances

DAM, meaning “everlasting” in Arabic, hold reign as among the first bands to rap in Arabic and the first Palestinian hip hop band. Martin Vennard from the BBC World Service described DAM’s music as “the most entertaining, original and socially-engaged music to come out of the Middle East”.

The programme opens with a short performance by rapper Freek.

Click here to watch the performance on our YouTube channel.

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17 July 2020 8 pm

DAM, meaning “everlasting” in Arabic, hold reign as among the first bands to rap in Arabic and the first Palestinian hip hop band. Martin Vennard from the BBC World Service described DAM’s music as “the most entertaining, original and socially-engaged music to come out of the Middle East”.

The programme opens with a short performance by rapper Freek.

Click here to watch the performance on our YouTube channel.

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