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Podcast: Spotlight on Saudi female artists

3 March 2017
This podcast by Big Hass, founder & host of Laish Hip Hop – Saudi’s First FM Hip Hop Radio Show, explores the current conditions for Saudi women artists.
This image is used with permission from 8ies Productions, the company responsible for the video which went viral

 

What’s it like to be a female artist in one of the world’s most conservative states?

Today is Music Freedom Day, which makes a special focus on women performers and musicians and we therefore bring you this podcast by Big Hass, founder and radio host of Laish Hip HopSaudi’s First FM Hip Hop Radio Show, to examine the current conditions to create and perform for Saudi women.

This special podcast also features the music of several Saudi women artists.

» Listen here:

 

Duration: 33 minutes

» Listen and share via youtube.com

» …and join Music Freedom Day on Friday 3 March through www.musicfreedomday.org and www.facebook.com

The image on top of this page is used with permission from 8ies Productions, the company responsible for the video which went viral – more about this on www.bbc.com.



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