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Saudi ambassador to Tunisia meets with KSA delegation

RIYADH: Saudi music producer, rapper and composer Bander Al-Fahad has launched a podcast in Arabic providing updates on the kingdom’s hip-hop scene.

In his first podcast, Pure Hip Hop, released on YouTube in August, other Saudi and Arab rappers shed light on the country’s hip-hop culture, its relationship with Saudi society, and the history of the music genre. I was.

Al-Fahad told Arab News: I want to establish my own style. I aspire to see hip-hop emerge with Saudi rhythms that are characteristic of Saudi music. ”

He revealed that he first discovered his passion for music while earning a bachelor’s degree in media communications and would soon be dropping two more episodes.

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• Bander Al-Fahad, who first discovered his passion for music while completing his bachelor’s degree in Media Communication, revealed that he’ll be dropping two more episodes soon.

• He collaborates with other Saudi YouTubers such as Ibrahim Basha, Dyler, Faisal Tiger and Fahad Al-Dokhei to create music and jingles for local organizations. He also aims to create a go-to platform for the genre.

“I think podcasting is a great way to get your message across. I got a lot of questions about hip-hop, so I decided to give my audience in Saudi Arabia information about hip-hop,” he said. I was.

Al-Fahad collaborates with other Saudi YouTubers such as Ibrahim Basha, Dyler, Faisal Tiger and Fahad Al-Dokhei to create music and jingles for local organizations. He also aims to create a go-to platform for the genre.

“Once we receive the campaign, we use their ideas to start making music and beats. We sketch ideas in and then move them to a studio where we can use live instruments and musicians,” he added.

The musician said he appreciates the Kingdom’s increased focus on the music industry, especially through its recently established Music Commission.

“With the help of educational services in the field of music, young people are now able to turn their passion for music into a career. you can,” he added.

Al-Fahad, who could only perform for friends and family at first, wants to make a lasting impact on the kingdom’s music scene.

“My future projects include working with a company on content and music production. Three singles and a mini-album are also in the works.”

He is also part of the cast of the Saudi fantasy series ‘Rise of the Witches’ which is being filmed in AlUla.

https://www.arabnews.com/node/2206096/saudi-arabia Saudi ambassador to Tunisia meets with KSA delegation

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