Native Deen, an internationally recognized Muslim Hip hop group uses guidance revealed in the fourteenth century with 21st century expertise to produce the highly anticipated, break-though production: The Remedy.
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"By far, this is their best album yet. The tears, however, stream frequently as I listened to this album.
As with every album, they always begin with a song singing God’s praises and thanks, and the song, “Bismillah” is hip, fresh, and makes you move. I am almost moved to tears by “Mercy to Mankind,” which reminds me of the kindness and compassion of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). “Packed At All,” which talks about preparing for Judgment Day, is quite inspirational as well.
The tears really start, however, at “My Faith, My Voice.” This song talks about not allowing the Islam-bashers and Islamophobes direct the discourse about Islam and Muslims.
I can’t help but cry. It uplifts me and keeps me strong: no matter what they say about us, Islam is my faith, and my voice is what counts.
This latest Native Deen album has a little of everything for everyone. There is a song about the Companion Bilal, the first Muezzin, or “caller to the prayer,” called “Ahad,” and it also made cry, reminding me of the strength and fortitude of that great companion, who was tortured for his conversion to Islam. Native Deen has also continued in the tradition of Muslim holiday songs with “Ramadan is Here,” and this will instantly become a classic. I will definitely play this one for my kids once Ramadan starts in a few weeks, God willing.
Another tear jerker is “I am Near,” a song with great rhythm and sound along with beautiful supplications to the Lord. The boys of Native Deen also constantly remind us of the poor and needy around the world with songs like “Hungry Ones,” and “Gaza,” which is a homage to the people of Palestine. I really can’t say enough about this album, and Native Deen has truly outdone itself, making an album that appeals both to Muslim children and youth, along with their parents....."
Excerpted from a review by Dr. Hesham Hassaballa
•Bismillah •Only Fear Allah •Mercy to Mankkind •Packed at All •Greatest One •My Faith My Voice •The Remedy •Ahad - The Story of Bilal •Hungry Ones •Ramadan is Here •Ya Taybah •Gaza •My Lord •I am Near •Our Earth
Nasheed Audio CD; percussion & synth. Instruments only , no wind or string instruments used.
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