Events

Tue 22
  • Okhtein Collection Launch at ABn'G World
    Okhtein Collection Launch at ABn'G World
    Jul 22 10:30 pm to Jul 23 12:30 am - ABn
    Come join enjoy a meet and greet with designers Aya and Mounaz AbdelRaouf while being served refreshments and music. Fore more information call...
  • Al Asala Fi Rabea El Omr at El Sawy Culturewheel
    Al Asala Fi Rabea El Omr at El Sawy Culturewheel
    Jul 22 9:00 pm to Jul 22 11:00 pm - El Sawy Culturewheel
    Join Al Asala Fi Rabea El Omr for a night of quintessential Arabic music in the Wisdom Hall of El Sawy Culturewheel. Tickets are 20LE for members...
  • Sheikh Zein Mahmoud at Makan
    Sheikh Zein Mahmoud at Makan
    Jul 22 9:30 pm to Jul 22 11:30 pm - El Dammah Theater for Free Arts
    Spend an evening of unique  Sufi prayers, praise chants and ballads with Sheikh Zein Mahmoud at Downtown's Makan. Tickets are 30 LE. For more...
  • Ala Ad El-Eid Exhibit at Khan Fonoon
    Ala Ad El-Eid Exhibit at Khan Fonoon
    Jul 14 11:00 am to Jul 26 11:00 pm - Khan Fonoon
    Khan Fonoon hosts an exhibition of smaller paintings by a group of selected artists. For more information, call 0227353349.
  • Salon Ramadan Exhibition at Darb 1718
    Salon Ramadan Exhibition at Darb 1718
    Jul 17 10:00 am to Aug 16 11:00 pm - Darb 1718
    This year's installment of Salon Ramadan brings together the work of 20 distinguished local and international artists. For more information, call...
Wed 23
  • Veggie Fest Cairo at AUC Greek Campus
    Veggie Fest Cairo at AUC Greek Campus
    Jul 23 5:00 pm to Jul 23 10:00 pm - Auc Greek Campus, 28 Falaki St.,Downtown Cairo
    Whether you're a vegetarian or not, it doesn't matter! Head to the AUC Greek Campus for a veggie-potluck fetar. Everyone is invited, just make...
  • Talents Development Center Concert at Cairo Opera House
    Talents Development Center Concert at Cairo Opera House
    Jul 23 9:30 pm to Jul 23 11:30 pm - Cairo Opera House
    As part of Cairo Opera House's Ramadan program, the Talents Development Center perform on the stage of the Open Air Theatre. Tickets are available...
  • El Masryeen Band at El Sawy Culturewheel
    El Masryeen Band at El Sawy Culturewheel
    Jul 23 9:30 pm to Jul 23 11:00 pm - El Sawy Culturewheel
    Seemingly ageless musical ensemble, El Masryeen Band, are back performing their popular Egyptian pop tunes at El Sawy Culturewheel's Wisdom...
  • Ala Ad El-Eid Exhibit at Khan Fonoon
    Ala Ad El-Eid Exhibit at Khan Fonoon
    Jul 14 11:00 am to Jul 26 11:00 pm - Khan Fonoon
    Khan Fonoon hosts an exhibition of smaller paintings by a group of selected artists. For more information, call 0227353349.
  • Salon Ramadan Exhibition at Darb 1718
    Salon Ramadan Exhibition at Darb 1718
    Jul 17 10:00 am to Aug 16 11:00 pm - Darb 1718
    This year's installment of Salon Ramadan brings together the work of 20 distinguished local and international artists. For more information, call...
Thu 24
Fri 25
  • Mawaweel 2014 at Darb 1718
    Mawaweel 2014 at Darb 1718
    Jul 25 8:00 pm to Jul 26 1:30 am - Darb 1718
    The second weekend of this year's edition of Mawaweel hosts a range of performances, a special Ramadan bazaar, an art exhibition as well as...
  • Ala Ad El-Eid Exhibit at Khan Fonoon
    Ala Ad El-Eid Exhibit at Khan Fonoon
    Jul 14 11:00 am to Jul 26 11:00 pm - Khan Fonoon
    Khan Fonoon hosts an exhibition of smaller paintings by a group of selected artists. For more information, call 0227353349.
  • Salon Ramadan Exhibition at Darb 1718
    Salon Ramadan Exhibition at Darb 1718
    Jul 17 10:00 am to Aug 16 11:00 pm - Darb 1718
    This year's installment of Salon Ramadan brings together the work of 20 distinguished local and international artists. For more information, call...
  • Abul Gheit Dervishes at El Dammah Theater
    Abul Gheit Dervishes at El Dammah Theater
    Jul 25 8:00 pm to Jul 25 10:01 pm - El Dammah Theater for Free Arts
    El Dammah Theater hosts another night of authentic Egyptian folk music as Darweesh Abul Gheit performs a mix of Sufi folk numbers interlaced with...
  • 'Love Signals' Exhibition at Kafein
    'Love Signals' Exhibition at Kafein
    Jun 15 5:00 pm to Jul 31 12:00 am - Kafein
    Talented Egyptian artist, Aya Yehia, showcase's her latest exhibition, 'Love Signals', at Kafein. For more information, call 01003025346.
Sat 26
  • Ala Ad El-Eid Exhibit at Khan Fonoon
    Ala Ad El-Eid Exhibit at Khan Fonoon
    Jul 14 11:00 am to Jul 26 11:00 pm - Khan Fonoon
    Khan Fonoon hosts an exhibition of smaller paintings by a group of selected artists. For more information, call 0227353349.
  • Salon Ramadan Exhibition at Darb 1718
    Salon Ramadan Exhibition at Darb 1718
    Jul 17 10:00 am to Aug 16 11:00 pm - Darb 1718
    This year's installment of Salon Ramadan brings together the work of 20 distinguished local and international artists. For more information, call...
  • El Ghouri Tannoura Dance Group at Wikalet El Ghouri
    El Ghouri Tannoura Dance Group at Wikalet El Ghouri
    Jul 26 9:00 pm to Jul 26 11:00 pm - Wikalet El Ghouri
    Head over to Wikalet El Ghouri in El Hussein for some magical music combined with traditional dance performed by El Ghouri Tannoura Dance Group...
  • 'Love Signals' Exhibition at Kafein
    'Love Signals' Exhibition at Kafein
    Jun 15 5:00 pm to Jul 31 12:00 am - Kafein
    Talented Egyptian artist, Aya Yehia, showcase's her latest exhibition, 'Love Signals', at Kafein. For more information, call 01003025346.
Sun 27
  • 'El 3eyal Seghret' Play at El Sawy Culturewheel
    'El 3eyal Seghret' Play at El Sawy Culturewheel
    Jul 27 8:33 pm to Jul 27 10:00 pm - El Sawy Culturewheel
    Theatre group, Monkarea, will be perfoming 'El 3eyal Seghret', under the direction of Waleed Abou Al Magd at El Sawy Culturewheel's Wisdom Hall....
  • Salon Ramadan Exhibition at Darb 1718
    Salon Ramadan Exhibition at Darb 1718
    Jul 17 10:00 am to Aug 16 11:00 pm - Darb 1718
    This year's installment of Salon Ramadan brings together the work of 20 distinguished local and international artists. For more information, call...
  • 'Love Signals' Exhibition at Kafein
    'Love Signals' Exhibition at Kafein
    Jun 15 5:00 pm to Jul 31 12:00 am - Kafein
    Talented Egyptian artist, Aya Yehia, showcase's her latest exhibition, 'Love Signals', at Kafein. For more information, call 01003025346.
Mon 28
  • Salon Ramadan Exhibition at Darb 1718
    Salon Ramadan Exhibition at Darb 1718
    Jul 17 10:00 am to Aug 16 11:00 pm - Darb 1718
    This year's installment of Salon Ramadan brings together the work of 20 distinguished local and international artists. For more information, call...
  • El Ghouri Tannoura Dance Group at Wikalet El Ghouri
    El Ghouri Tannoura Dance Group at Wikalet El Ghouri
    Jul 28 9:00 pm to Jul 28 11:00 pm - Wikalet El Ghouri
    Head over to Wikalet El Ghouri in El Hussein for some magical music combined with traditional dance performed by El Ghouri Tannoura Dance Group...
  • 'Love Signals' Exhibition at Kafein
    'Love Signals' Exhibition at Kafein
    Jun 15 5:00 pm to Jul 31 12:00 am - Kafein
    Talented Egyptian artist, Aya Yehia, showcase's her latest exhibition, 'Love Signals', at Kafein. For more information, call 01003025346.

Highlights

Restaurants

Fuego: All You Can Eat Ramadan Fetar at Maadi Sushi Favourite

Fuego: All You Can Eat Ramadan Fetar at Maadi Sushi Favourite

Something about all-you-can-eat offers and Ramadan just clicks. There's no worry about portions, and no worry about how much you will pay for it. One of our favourites when it comes to all you can eat is Fuego – and for good reason. Fuego is one of very few places that gives you a huge selection and excludes only two items from the offer, whereas its competitors will either severely limit your choices, or worse, pick them for you. So we called Fuego early in the day and reserved two All You Can Eat Sushi offers (180LE). We were told we could place our order and have it ready when we got there, so we dove into the extensive menu. The only items excluded are the Chef's Special Rolls and the Special Gunkans, so we opted for a variety regular, Special and Ura Maki Rolls including California rolls, Red Dragon rolls, Philadelphia rolls and Crispy rolls to name a few. Thankfully, during Ramadan, loitering teenagers around Maadi's Bandar Mall are minimal. At the restaurant, you'll find all the non-fried sushi ready on the table, along with a big bottle of water and a plate of dates to break your fast. The fried sushi is then served within 5 to 10 minutes. The presentation of the sushi is decent, but we've seen better. The cold sushi was both tasty and light, though, at the time of our visit, it didn;t taste completely fresh. Rolls like the Red Dragon Roll – marinated sea bass with lettuce, mango and wrapped in tuna – and Crispy Rolls – shrimp tempura with avocado and crispy rice – were particularly delicious thanks to the spicy sauce and teriyaki sauce, respectively. The fried rolls are what you go for if you want to get full. Orders like the Golden Bermuda – five pieces of salmon, shrimp and cream cheese wrapped in seaweed and sushi rice – are incredibly filling and satisfying. The Salmon Hot Uramaki was also fried and gave the salmon some opportunity to cook, which left us with a very delicious roll. Besides the great food, quick service and clean restaurant, Fuego's let downs are the cheesy pop music glaring out of the speakers and the confused décor, with its tacky carpets contrasted against more elegant dark wood walls and ceilings. While the music will remain annoying throughout the meal, you'll hardly notice the décor after you're immersed in a wonderful sushi.

Shopping

Cairo 360 Editor's Choice Awards 2014: Specialist Retailer Awards

Cairo 360 Editor's Choice Awards 2014: Specialist Retailer Awards

The pursuit of shopping in Cairo - for either necessities or leisure - isn't as straightforward as it should be - a fitting metaphor for life in the capital. From the other side of the counter, when it comes to creating a niche market, few retailers survive the cost of educating their customers on their products. Many a business selling top quality products have failed solely because they could not bring in enough consumers. Our Specialist Retailers award winners have not only found a solid base of customers, but have maintained a quality and service that is rarely found around the city. Gourmet Egypt (Specialist Foods Award) If you consider yourself a cook or an avid lover of steak, chances are you've already been to Gourmet Egypt. Known for their incredible selection of top quality meats, fish and condiments, no other retailer can even come close. Plus, they deliver! House of Cocoa (Specialist Foods Award) Boasting a collection of the finest chocolate brands in the world, House of Cocoa comes as a god send to a city that doesn't really understand chocolate. With everything you could imagine from Belgian cookies to chocolate fountains, House of Cocoa is a must try for chocolate lovers.   Kryptonite (Games & Entertainment Award) Looking for a comic book or a weird and wonderful collectible? Kryptonite is definitely where to go. With its toxic green backdrop and shelves stacked from floor to ceiling, Kryptonite is a haven for the avid comic book fan. Play N Trade (Games & Entertainment Award) Boasting a huge collection of video games spanning across all consoles, Play N Trade has managed to create a sense of community between gamers. With very decent prices and the ability to switch out old games for store credit, Play N Trade is a much needed option in an otherwise monopolised market.   Diwan Bookstores (Books & Stationary Award) The warm and inviting bookstore has it all. The great collection, the pleasant atmosphere and the ability to order books that aren't available free of charge all contribute to a great experience. A true bookworm's delight! For a full rundown of the Cairo 360 Editor's Choice Award winners, click here.

Cafés

Kahwet Leila: Sohour with a View at the Platform in Maadi

Kahwet Leila: Sohour with a View at the Platform in Maadi

A decent meal in a good location with good weather is an unbeatable, if often unattainable, combination. Ramadan, however, moves the goalposts; the food of a traditional sohour is neither complicated nor difficult, making the whole experience dependant on many other factors. At Kahwet Leila in Maadi's the Platform, you get just that. The Lebanese restaurant serves a set sohour menu at 100LE per person; that package includes Ramadan drinks, manakeesh, eggs, foul and falafel, plus a selection of desserts. The great thing about the Platform is its breezy Nile-side location, paired with its chic aesthetics. Kahwet Leila also serve very decent shisha. Shami flat bread is served with thyme and olive oil for you to snack on until the food arrives. From the sohour menu selection we opted for a Mouajanat Cocktail, Eggs Mfarakeh, Foul with Homos, Foul with Vegetables, Labneh, Falafel and Osmanliyet Leila from the desserts. Frustrations flared almost immediately; the flat bread was cold. Seriously, small things like make a world of a difference. The Foul with Homos didn't particularly stand out –neither did the Foul with Vegetables – and after a few bites we realised why; they both had the artificial taste of a canned product. The Labneh, an excellent dish to cool your stomach after heavy and oily foods like foul, had more salty cheese than labneh, which unfortunately took away from the cooling effect. The Eggs Mfarakeh – scrambled eggs with cut up potato cubes – was equally as lacklustre ,but the Mouajanat Cocktail was the saving grace; around a dozen pieces of different dough and pastries, filled with either cheese, spinach or meat, all fresh, warm and delicious. The Falafel was also much better than the other dishes, made the Levantine way with homos instead of foul, and served hot and crispy. After a brief coffee break we proceeded to the dessert, which we believe may be the best thing on their menu. The Osmanliya – konafa topped with pistachio ice cream and syrup – was the definite hit of the night, and a definite must try for any sweett0othed Cairene. Despite the inconsistency of the quality of the food itself, Kahwet Leila's strengths in sohour lays primarily in its location – perfect for sohour with family or friends.

Nightlife

Wahawi Ramadan Lounge: Chilled Ramadan Sohour by the Nile in Zamalek

Wahawi Ramadan Lounge: Chilled Ramadan Sohour by the Nile in Zamalek

Cairo isn't a city that takes special occasions lightly and there are few bigger occasions in Egypt than Ramadan. But despite the hullabaloo of it all, Wahawi Ramadan Lounge brings a much-needed serenity to proceedings. Following its success last year, the Ramadan kheima – which sits pretty along the Nile on the breezy rooftop of Le Pacha 1901 in Zamalek – has once again emerged as a perfect alternative to the big, brash rationales of the traditional Ramadan tents. Attracting a much younger crowd than many of the other Ramadan tents around the city, Wahawi doesn't rely on the gimmickry of nostalgia and the increasingly elusive pursuit of a 'quintessential Ramadan experience'. Instead, Wahawi keeps things unfussy and laidback – because there's nothing worse than being force-fed the sounds of an unenthusiastic takht group, as can be found at this time of the year across the city. The setup and decor plays as big a part as any other element; use of the traditional khayameya print is kept to tasteful touches here and there, the music is subtle and the dimmed lighting is perfect – it really is the little things that count. Similarly to last year's setup, tables with couches for large parties line the edges of the space, with small, more intimate tables taking up the centre. Each seating arrangement is appropriately positioned to give patrons a pleasing type of seclusion and cosiness without sacrificing its overall amiable hustle. Each of the larger tables is afforded a flat screen TV – with World Cup matches being shown – and a Playstation console, as well as a range of different board and card games. In terms of the food, frequenters of Le Pacha will be pleased to find the venue's usual selection of dishes with the addition of a few extras across both Egyptian and Lebanese cuisines. On a breezy evening, our party of four headed to Wahawi and we left with bulging bellies and pleased palates. Of the cold mezze options, the cheese with zaatar (24LE) was excellent, while the cheese-stuffed safayeh (30.90LE) – a Lebanese version of dumplings – were equally as delicious. Beyond the picking-dishes, if you will, there are also full blown meals more suitable for fetar – which Wahawi also offers. And, of course, what Ramadan kheima would be complete without shisha, which is served and attended to alertly by staff. Yes, Ramadan is big, loud and gaudy; but Wahawi streamlines the sohour experience, making it a great place to unwind.

Arts & Culture

Mawaweel 2014: Festival Returns with More Alternative Ramadan Fun

Mawaweel 2014: Festival Returns with More Alternative Ramadan Fun

Now that we're in the third week of Ramadan, the usual routine of dragging your tired carcass out of bed in the morning and sitting through work like a zombie before dragging your carcass back home for a pre-fetar nap should all be out of our systems. But you'd be forgiven for getting caught up in systematic hibernation that seems to wash over Cairo during Ramadan - it's hot outside and there isn't really much to do. This weekend, however, cultural festival, Mawaweel returns, thanks to more good work from Darb 1718 and the Cairo Jazz Club Agency, who have put up in impressive line-up of entertainment for this year's edition of the festival. Taking place over two weekends (Thursday 17th-Friday 18th and Thursday 24th-Friday 25th) the first two nights feature live entertainment. On Thursday, things kick-off with a tahbeet performance, before Hawadiro Band take to the stage. Rounding the night off is, Ghalia Benali, who is no stranger to Cairo crowds, following a string of performances this year that have seen the Belgian-Tunisian singer perform everywhere from Cairo Jazz Club to El Genaina Theatre. On Friday, the nought begins with more traditional Middle Eastern entertainment in the form of a tannoura performance. This will be followed by more live music, courtesy of the Sufi-inspired performers of Mawlawiyah and Alexandrian band, Ashara Gharby. Outside of the stage, there's plenty to keep Cairenes entertained, with a bazaar showcasing the best of local artisanship, plenty of food and drink forsohour as well as screenings of short films, amongst other things. For more information on Mawaweel 2014, click here. 

Health & Fitness

Ramadan in Cairo 2014: How to Stay Healthy and Hydrated

Ramadan in Cairo 2014: How to Stay Healthy and Hydrated

Although we're already one week into Ramadan, it doesn't get easier for many especially when combined with the summer heat and the rigours of a job. The core of the problem is quite simple; Ramadan is not about food. While the debate between how healthy fasting really is goes back and forth, one thing is for sure;  if you're not sensible, it's probably going to be bad for you. Although it's worth mentioning recent research findings have lead scientists to believe fasting can help regenerate the immune system by triggering stem cell based regeneration of white blood cells. Immune system aside we've assembled a short list of valuable tips involving what to do and what not to do, exercise, smoking and coffee. Finding yourself regularly drained of energy? You need a high fibre, slow release complex carbohydrate for sohour containing whole grains, fruits, yoghurt and nuts that digest slowly and release energy throughout the day, keeping you fresh and alert. Find yourself regularly dehydrated? Stop drinking coffee, tea and soda. Caffeine speeds up dehydration. Cigarettes don't help either. Drink plenty of water between fetar and sohour. Find yourself completely drained after Fetar? Your stomach is probably in shock from over indulgence and/or fatty fried food and sweets. This is the single biggest reason for weight gain in Ramadan. There's a reason the Sunnah is to eat dates and milk, go pray, and then come back to eat. It allows the stomach, which has been inactive for about 15-16 hours, and your metabolism to readjust. It's best to only have salad and soup, and then eat a bigger meal a couple of hours later. Ramadan drinks like Amar El Din, Tamr Hindi and Hibiscus are also good because they provide enough sugar to pump some energy back into you. Can't find the time to exercise? If you're looking for time before the call to prayer, you're fighting an uphill battle. Dehydration is one of the worst things you can do to yourself while fasting. That's even worse if you exercise outdoors because you should avoid the sun as much as possible while fasting. However, if you get yourself used to having a light meal for fetar and then take a 15-20 minute walk, it'll help regulate your body functions and give you the energy needed to exercise later in the night after you have digested a bigger meal. Not smoking giving you a skull splitting headache? You're also fighting an uphill battle, because you have two headaches. One from the nicotine withdrawal and another from the dehydration cigarettes are causing you. While there is no fitting time to quit smoking, a whole month where you don't smoke for over half the day might not be such a bad place to start the process. Find yourself gaining weight? You must understand that the three usual meals of breakfast, lunch and dinner are not very healthy to begin with. Lessening them to two is even worse. There's a reason why athletes and body builders eat five spaced out meals throughout the day. Eating less does NOT make you lose weight, eating right and understanding how metabolism works does. Try to break up your eating into different courses between fetar and sohour. Good luck and Ramadan Kareem!

City Life

Cairo Weekend Guide: Mawaweel 2014, Hayy Festival & More!

Cairo Weekend Guide: Mawaweel 2014, Hayy Festival & More!

Hello Cairo! With Eid just around the corner, we're all eager to go to the beach, but while we collectively wait for Ramadan to end, here are a few things you can do over the weekend to keep things interesting! On Thursday, Darb 1718 kicks off this year's edition of Mawaweel, featuring a colourful bazaar, art exhibitions and performances by Tahteeb, Hawidro and the Ghalia Benali, while the Hayy Festival 2014 continues at the El Genaina Theatre, tonight featuring Nesma Herky and Jordanian singer Lara Elayyan. Comedic music duo, High on Body Fat, perform at Heliopolis' Photopia as part of the Music Nights series, while El Sawy Culturewheel delves into the infinite pool of Egyptian nostalgia with Abdel Halim Hafez – a puppet theatre production celebrating the career and life of the legendary singer. Meanwhile,  Cairo Opera House continues its 'Ramadan Nights' series with renowned Egyptian singer, Ali El Haggar. On Friday, Hayy Festival 2014 welcomes Dalal Abu Amneh; the Palestinian singer has been hailed for her Om Kolthoum covers. Elsewhere, Eskenderella launch their new album, Saf7a Gedida, at El Sawy Culturewheel's River Hall, while Medhat El Khouly has a performance of his own in theWisdom Hall. Darb 1718 continue Mawaweel, tonight with Tannoura, Mawlawiyah and Alexandrian band, Ashara Gharby, while Cairo Opera House continues 'Ramadan Nights' with the religious music of Mahmoud El Tohamy. Head over to the El Dammah Theater for the Nubian inspired sounds of NubaNour On Saturday, popular indie-pop, Salalem, perform in the Open Air Theater of Cairo Opera House, while Wikalet El Ghouri hosts El Ghouri Tannoura Dance group. There's art to be soon to, with Picasso Gallery hosting its summer collection which brings together the work of seventeen local artists. Elsewhere, Downtown's Kafein is showing 'Love Signals' by  Aya Yehia. Check out the Cairo 360 events calendar for more!

Music

Tiesto: A Town Called Paradise

Tiesto: A Town Called Paradise

Dutch producer, Tijs Michiel Verwest – who you'll know better as Tiësto – has become a household name throughout his career as one of the best trance producers, constantly flirting with the line between artistically good and crowd pleasing. His latest release, A Town Called Paradise, unfortunately, goes miles beyond that line. The album features an impressive 18 tracks, 15 of which feature vocalists. Some of the best produced albums benefit from a stable, underlying theme, but not to the point where you can't distinguish songs from each other, as is with the case with A Town Called Paradise. There's very little trance to be heard on the album, if any at all. If you were a fan of the In Search of Sunrise series, or any of Tiësto albums, you're in for disappointment. The first four tracks of the album, including the title track, are absolutely indistinguishable from any other EDM you would hear on the radio; abrasive synthesizers, meaningless chorus, throw your hands in the air and wait for the drop. 'Written in Reverse' is the first track on the album that indulges, using a very short electro-like hook that is over faster than you can realise what happened. The next song, 'Echoes', featuring singer Andreas Moe, who you may recognise from Avicii's 'Fade Into Darkness' and utilises more electro influences, but is quite short-lived. It really doesn't get much better from there. Actually, saying it "doesn't get much better" implies it was decent at some point which is a big fat lie. It's horrendous. You're constantly listening to cheesy EDM lines followed by awful, noisy drops. There is little musical value, and little to distinguish any of the tracks from each other. Diving into specific songs seems a little redundant, besides maybe 'Rocky', which sounds suspiciously similar to Europe's 'The Final Countdown', and 'Shimmer', featuring returning singer Christian Burns, who you'll remember from Tiesto's 'In the Dark' or Armin Van Buuren's 'This Light Between Us'. Disappointing and, quite frankly, tedious, A Town Called Paradise is not just a mindless crowd-pleaser, but an exasperating and often irritating one. If you're a fan of regurgitated, sub-par music and lyrics, this is the album and artist for you. We want that hour of our lives back.
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Win! Fetar for Two at Kempinski Nile Hotel's Blue Restaurant
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