24 Songs, 1 Hour 53 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Arabic pop luminaries who can claim the kind of longevity and against-all-odds path to success that Rabeh Saqer has are few and far between. As one of Saudi Arabia’s most enduringly relevant artists, the icon is celebrating his achievements in a timely fashion—with another double album that radiates his trademark charm and vocal prowess. Playfully rhythmic instrumentation on highlights such as “Yoom Wahed” and “Howa Hatha” is adorned, as ever, with Saqer’s distinctive vibrato—while “Asaab Jarh,” a collaboration with Egyptian diva Angham, rings with warmth and hushed intensity.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Arabic pop luminaries who can claim the kind of longevity and against-all-odds path to success that Rabeh Saqer has are few and far between. As one of Saudi Arabia’s most enduringly relevant artists, the icon is celebrating his achievements in a timely fashion—with another double album that radiates his trademark charm and vocal prowess. Playfully rhythmic instrumentation on highlights such as “Yoom Wahed” and “Howa Hatha” is adorned, as ever, with Saqer’s distinctive vibrato—while “Asaab Jarh,” a collaboration with Egyptian diva Angham, rings with warmth and hushed intensity.

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