A new generation of trap musicians, influenced by electronic music, have emerged in Egypt trying to draw a new identity and create their own spaces to perform.
Cairo has long been the city for up and coming musicians, but Marwan Pablo, a trap artist, is trying to change that by popularizing the genre in his hometown of Alexandria.
Between rap and Alexandria a special relationship Since the end of the 1990s, rap music has spread but remained within the school. Now, a new generation of rap has emerged based on moving sounds and electronic music.
Marwan Pablo, a singer of Trapp, one of those who emerged strongly on the scene, Weiss traveled with him between the cities of Alexandria and Cairo to witness the birth of the new wave of hip-hop in Egypt.
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