We had the great pleasure to interview one of the most high-flying bands in the Arab music world: Mashrou’ Leila. Their charismatic frontman Hamed Sinno sat down with us to clarify clichés we had in regard to pop-rock bands from the Middle-East and the entertainment business there in general. Check out Hamed’s smart answers.
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