What are the best Arabic songs ever? To answer this question we listed the Top 25 most viewed Arabic songs on YouTube of all time for you below! The ranking is based on the total amount of views in April Totals and ranks will change, and we will continue to update this post, over time. Follow us on Instagram for more great Arabic music! She became popular when she was selected for Arabs Got Talent in She subsequently sang to Platinum Records.
‘Quds al Atika’ by Fairuz
Released by Lebanese star Ragheb Alama in , this break up song has more than 69 million views on YouTube. The song is bilingual, with the main verses in Algerian Arabic and the chorus in French. This song, released in , is by the Lebanese singer, actor and composer Ziad Bourji. And for those who live alone, it can be even more difficult. A social manager in a Johannesburg firm, she is happy at work and with her close girlfriend, Noni Tumi Morake. But after two disastrous relationships, Dineo is clearly unhappy. And she commits one mistake that so many men and women with failed affairs do. She befriends Lunga Bohang Moeko — on the rebound. Directed by a brother-and-sister team, Katleho and Rethabile Ramaphakela, the movie, now playing on Netflix, infuses comedy into the gravity of the situation that Dineo finds herself in. Lunga is already engaged to marry a girl, but does not tell Dineo, hoping that the new relationship would be nothing else but short-lived — a kind of one-night stand.
‘Habibi Ya Nour El Ayn’ by Amr Diab
Culture Trip stands with Black Lives Matter. A timeless classic, Fairuz is loved by generations across the board; and her song about Jerusalem touches the heart of all Arabs. Amr Diab, the Egyptian king of all Arabic pop, has numerous songs that are memorized by heart by Arabs across the region. This top hit remains one of his most loved songs of all time. Another song by Khaled in collaboration with other well-known Algerian and Tunisian singers, this song is about the timeless hero, Abdul Qadir, an Algerian military fighter against French colonialism. Nancy Ajram, from Lebanon, has some of the most famous music videos in the Arab world, and remains at the top of the charts; especially with addictive pop songs such as this one. Select currency.
Although "Ween 3a ramallah" is an old palestinian folk song, the version in your post is actually performed by the syrian band kulna sawa. Glad to see a new post. Your blog has been really helpful in learning Syrian dialect. Keep up the good work, it's much appreciated. Also, love the Haifa Wehbe video. What ever the source you use I think you have done great Job in ranking the songs in nice way. The USA people demand these songs but not to great extent except with those having good Music. No Nancy? You're really daring!