|Add Date:||2014-02-07||Pull Date:||2014-04-11||Charts:||Reggae/World|
|Week Ending:||Apr 13||Apr 6||Mar 30||Mar 23||Mar 16||Mar 9||Mar 2||Feb 23|
|1.||Jan 03, 2019:||oatmeal for lunch
|4.||Mar 29, 2014:||BravoMarco Variety Show
|2.||Apr 10, 2014:||The Peninsula Report
|5.||Mar 22, 2014:||Music Casserole
Ana Hurra Bi Hali
|3.||Apr 05, 2014:||BravoMarco Variety Show
|6.||Mar 22, 2014:||BravoMarco Variety Show
**Faves 2 and 4. All tracks FCC clean
1. Haya Zaatry sings ‘Mnakeer’ in a slow, deliberately mundane way.
2. **Jowan Safadi and Haya Zaatry sing a slow duet ‘Ji2tu ila Ahli’ [I Came to My Family] about being rejected by one’s family for taking off one’s mask.
3. Jowan Safadi sings ‘Qenaa Jded’ [New Mask] a mid tempo song with lots of bass guitar.
4. **The group Jam Tkseer [Broken Plural] sings a soft ballad titled ‘Qaseeda Sherera’ [Evil Poem] with lyrics based on a poem by Nizar Qabbani.
5. Raymond Haddad and Maisa Daw duet on this indie track called ‘Ana Hurra Bi Hali’ [I am Free to Be Myself] with a poetic, lyrical delivery about not wanting to be judged.
6. Jam Tkseer sing ‘Zomzom’ about a boy who likes to dress like a girl.
7. Abu rabus singing ‘Thalath Qasaed’ Narration in classical Arabic about gender roles accompanied by bizarre sounds.
8. Rola Azzar sings ‘Bahebk’ [I Love You] addressing a specifically female lover. Sounds like a French chanson, but in Arabic.
|2.||Jowan Safadi + Haya Zaatry||Ji2tu Ila Ahli|
|3.||Jowan Safadi||Qenaa Jded|
|4.||Jam Tkseer||Qaseeda Sherera|
|5.||Maisa Daw + Raymond Haddad||Ana Hurra Bi Hali|
|7.||Abu Rabus||Thalath Qasaed|