SWEETOLOGY Blog célèbre la journée mondiale de la femme à sa manière sur ExeptionnElles Mag'










A-t-on besoin d’une journée?
                       
"Le 8 mars ça tombe un jeudi, c’est la journée mondiale de la femme Yak?! Franchement, le cheval a une semaine et vous les femmes n’avez qu’une journée!! Il faut vraiment faire quelque chose!" s’écria-t-il l’air moqueur en référence à notre traditionnelle et emblématique semaine du cheval. "Welcome to Tanzania" lui répondis-je! Il n’a rien compris, moi non plus je n’ai rien compris à cette Intelligencia qui me sort le comparatif entre la journée de la femme et la semaine du cheval, et qui n’arrive même pas à piger ma nuance Tanzanienne. Subtilité ou est tu?! Ô rage! Ô désespoir!

Mon ami respecte les femmes en théorie et en pratique, il aime l’humour noir, mais adore surtout me titiller à ses risques et périls et à la forte probabilité de percuter un objet en plein vol. (...)   Lire la suite sur ExeptionnElles Mag'


Un grand Merci à @chehbi au passage


Bonne célébration Mesdames






Her name is Debi Gutierrez and nothing is more hilarious than her stand up performances.

This smart and talented lady, went from a high school teacher to a performer, counting 17 years of career as an actress, stand up comedian and TV host.

Her energy, her lucidity about relationships and family life and her imminent sense of humor, make me consider her as one of the Best female stand up comedians alive ! and that makes me seriously wonder why is Debi G not famous enough ?!

Well, let yourself go with those three extracts of Debi G’s comedy time performance and you’ll be wondering the same for sure.





One last thing for the road : Whatever Debi G says, I say Amen in a middle of a big laugh !








بعيتو ولا كرهتو، سالينا، بزاف بزاف... مجموعة من التعابير اللي في الأمس القريب ما كناش نحلمو نسمعوها فأغنية مسموعة عربيا. الأغنية المغربية عاشت أزهى عصورها في الستينات و السبعينات ومن موراها وقعات القطيعة. واش المستوى الإبداعي هبط؟ واش المبدعين ما قدروش يواكبو التطور اللي وقع فالمجال الموسيقي؟ أولا الأمر كيرجع فالأساس لنقص الإمكانيات والتهميش اللي عاشو الفنان المغربي؟


المهم هو أن نكسة الموسيقى المغربية استمرت لعقود، وفهاد المدة ما بين البيترودولار والفضائيات والإنترنت، الذوق العام تبدل، بحكم المنتوج الموسيقي الأجنبي المتطور اللي كيستهلكو


فظل هاد العوامل، كان يمكن لنا نجزمو أن الأغنية المغربية يستحيل ترجع للساحة، ولكن المعجزة وقعات. الآندركراوند المغربي فبداية الألفية الثالتة قدر يقلب الموازين : كلام باللغة العامية المغربية البسيطة الشعبية والمفهومة من كل المغاربة (حيت هي اللي كتجمع بيناتهم)، وموسيقى عصرية شبابية (راب، روك، ريغي، فيوزيون...) مع مزيج من الروح والثرات المغربي


هاد المعجزة صنعوها شباب مغاربة اللي صالحو الجمهور مع موسيقاه الوطنية. شباب اللي نظم مهراجانات، اللي انشر الموجة الفنية اعلاميا واللي قدر يوصلها للمحافل الدولية. نايضا موسيقى فالبولفار، نايضا مع ضركا، هوبا هوبا سبيريت، آش كاين، باري وفناير وشلا فنانا ولاد الشعب اللي بداو من والو وآمنو بموسيقى وفن بلادهم واللي مشاو على خطى جدودهم العمالقة (الحسين السلاوي، عبد الصادق شقارة ومن بعدهم ناس الغيوان) كمثال


هاد الفنانا بانو وبينو معاهم موسيقانا، هاد الفنانا حبو الفن وحببونا فيه، هاد الفنانا كي هضرو لغتنا وكغنيولينا بيها، هاد الفنانا نافسو الأجنبي بندية وابدعو


بين جيلين من العمالقة، كان جيل النكسة، اللي ختار يهاجر باش يغني ويقلب لسانو باش ياكل طرف دالخبز. الزمان صعيب و "إن الوطن غفور رحيم". ما فيها باس حيت مؤخرا، كاين شي شباب مزيون من فنانين مغاربة فالمشرق و خريجي بعض المسابقات الفنية المحلية والعربية، اقتداءا بالفنانين الأندركراوند، قررو يغنيو أغاني بالدارجة و يسوقوها عربيا فحال أسماء لمنور، منى أمرشا، صوفيا المريخ، حاتم عمور.. وعلى رأسهم هدى سعد اللي غامرات وصورات أكثر من أغنية مغربية بل وأكثر من ذلك فألبومها الأخير 100% مغربي محقق صدى واسع ومبيعات مهمة


من هادشي كامل، ثراتنا وتاريخنا الموسيقي عريق غني و متنوع. حسنا الموسيقي كشعب معروف ويضرب به المثل. والدارجة ديالنا حليلوا ومزيونه خص غير اللي يهتم بيها


مؤخرا، كاين وعي وطني بضرورة نشر الفن المغربي عربيا في البداية ولما لا عالميا (مالنا زعما بزاف علينا؟ خاصنا نعرفو أن الثرات الموسيقي المغربي في تصنيفات الموسيقى العالمية من بين أغنى البلدان تنوعا حيت يمكن مقارنته موسيقيا بالهند من حيت الغنى والتنوع! آ الوورلد ميوزيك نعاماس) وكاين اهتمام عربي كبير بمنتوجنا الثقافي سواء الأندركراوند (بالنسبة لمصر) أو المينستريم (بالنسبة لدول الخليج) وهادي كاملا عوامل ما يمكن غير تشجع المبدع المغربي و تفتح آفاقو

كا ولا ما كا؟ قالو سمكة نياهاها 




I search for a male in each one’s face, porcelain skin, six packs, long silky legs and high heels.



Kazaky - Love


A fashion trend as what happened in the 70’s ? or a real male aesthetics mutation ?

Macho man no longer exists! According to the urban legend, the classical working macho man became a heels wearing metrosexual, bringing to the table all his hidden feminine sensitivity.

Don’t worry ladies! The "Neanderthality" we women tend to seek for, has nothing to do with the men’s womanization movement, it’s just a trend, a new visual exploration art area.  

Those men with high heels are sweet, cute and always stunning, but they will never be our baby makers! They’re just good to be watched on the media.


Kazaky - Dance and Change






A unique character pops out of The Young Professionals "TYP" latest videos "D.I.S.C.O" & "20 Seconds", & it’s not less than Uriel Yekutiel Israel’s most fabulous Drag queen, a Nightlife personality & "ARISA" promo videos actor & dancer.


The Young Professionals TYP - D.I.S.C.O


The Young Professionals TYP - 20 Seconds


This early twenties  Freddie Mercury’s clone with Afghan-Yemenite DNA, made a name through Tel Aviv’s most powerful themed parties in gay clubs "ARISA".

The videos starring Uriel Yekutiel & Israeli model Eliad Cohen -who are considered quite the gorgeous couple of the Gay community but who are not more than friends in real life- are made by the two owners of ARISA : Omer Tobi as a Director & Yotam Papo as a Producer.

Uriel Yekutiel’s acting and dancing talents are featured in an Artistically elaborate Music video invitations to ARISA parties. each party a theme, each theme a video & each video an opportunity to discover a new aspect of Uriel Yekutiel’s creative personality. It’s an open invitation to Laugh, Dance & enjoy Amazing Music.



Chocolat, a Funny Hisham Abbass Wana Aâmel eih song version


Orthodox religious hot parody


Mama Diali, a touching Sephardic Mama


Basbusa, Egyptian Shaâby revisited


Ahlan wa Sahlan, a funny ode to the Maghreb


The Dora baloon says it all 


We all are Football Fans


Uriel's First Buzz, Ya Nassiny hurts





Une voix viens de loin, m’envoute, m’habite, me transporte

Je ferme les yeux et sens l’univers respirer…

… à travers le son des aigues et des basses

La Musique me parle, me rassure, me protège, me sauve

Tel un cocoon, un refuge, de mille et une couleurs

Un tour du monde en Musique

Des émotions dans toutes les langues

Une "Music Junkie" je suis

Et la découverte du son ultime est ma quête




Azerbaijan :

Aziza Mustafa Zadeh – Ladies of Azerbaidjan

Aygun Beyler – Dili Dili Dilaver

Espagne :

Diego El Cigala - Chanelando

Falete & Niña Pastori – Valgame Dios



Monde Arabe :

Abir Nehme – Ya Mariam



Jamal Porto – Gumar Bdawi 



Orchestre Andalou Marocain – Min Hobbi Fi Khayri al wara



Inde :

Susheela Raman – Maya



Nittin Sawhney – Koyal



Israel :

Idan Raichel – Mi Maamakim 



Ofra Haza – Ya Wolad

Turquie :



Ibrahim Tatlises - Haram

Ismail Tunçbilek - Derdin Ne






This 2011-2012 year transition buzz : November 16th 2011 song release from a 2012 upcoming tamil movie "3" written & sung by the actor Dhanush.

Quickly the song became a hit in India & Asia followed. now "why this kolaveri di" is a world wide buzz. see :




As the Moroccan people have their own Arabic "Darija", as the Brazilians their own Portuguese & as the people from Quebec have their own French, Indians have their own English (Tanglish for "why this Kolaveri di" Tamil & English)

Whenever i listen to my soup song, my cherished flop song, i feel like a dumped drunk boy in the middle of a big shit but who finds a way to smile & celebrate life no matter what.

"Why this Kolaveri di" means "Why this murderous rage girl" . the song was built around a south indian folk rythm & tamil singing style. the song is about a guy dumped by his girlfriend in a drunken state. which explains some nonsense lyrics lines.

The song is funny, catchy, philosophical, creative & revolutionary. with some deep lines as :


hand la glass
glass la scotch
eyes-u full-aa tear-u
empty life-u
girl-u come-u
life reverse gear-u
lovvu lovvu 
oh my lovvu
you showed me bouv-u
cow-u cow-u holi cow-u
i want u hear now-u
god i m dying now-u
she is happy how-u





i'm totaly in love with "Why this Kolaveri di" song & i'm deeply happy to start the year with this magnificent Music release.

Happy New Year ...






It’s a father & son story from Pakistan . The father, Alam Lohar, was born in a small Punjabi village of British india at the time, into a family of blacksmiths “Lohar” being the urdu translation.

Alam Lohar begun singing as a child, he recorded his first album at the age of 13, the young boy started touring villages & singing in local religious celebrations. Growing up, he developed a unique way of singing the Punjabi folk tale. Sufi kalaam & poetry were the essential part of his lyrics.

Alam Lohar’s magnificent voice was enough, in a time technology was not needed in music, he used to sing non stop all night long & his strong voice reached his public without even using a microphone.

“JUGNI” the most popular Punjabi standard was created by Alam Lohar, his discography remains one of the most important in Hindo-Pakistani Punjabi folk music.

Alam Lohar is considered as one of the most emblematic Pakistani artists of all times, he performed Punjabi music internationally & received many prestigious awards, he was the first to make Punjabi music popular outside of its home land.

Alam Lohar was not only an exceptional performer, but a great musician & poet as well, he was one of the rare people to use the “Chimta” & develop it & also write his own song lyrics.

Alam lohar’s hundred of songs constitute the majority of the classical Punjabi folk library, which still inspires all the Punjabi singers from both Pakistan & India nowadays.

Alam Lohar’s sadly died in an accident in 1979, but his art is still living thanks to the great archive he left & thanks to his talented son, Arif Lohar, who continued what his father started.




Arif Lohar is one of the top list Pakistani singers & one of best rated Punjabi folk singers at an international level.

The father & son resemblance is incredible, the same physique, the same voice & the same talent. Arif Lohar plays the “Chimta” as his father did before him & sings Punjabi folk & sufi kalaam. He is perpetuating a family tradition & continuing his father’s journey

Arif Lohar’s mission was to develop the Punjabi folk & bring it to another level. Technology & music fusion was the key to the renewal of the genre.

His live Coke studio album “JUGNI” released in 2010, was the consecration of many years of research & creation. It’s a career maturity album that took his music to an upper stage.

Punjabi Folk, Sufi Kalaam, Chimta & great gift of God’s voices, that’s what made the Lohars one of the greatest artistic “lignées” in the history of Hindo-Pakistani music.


The Father & Son ressemblance : Lohar's Talent DNA


Alam Lohar - Jugni


Arif Lohar - Jugni


Arif Lohar's Excellent release : the Coke Studio Live Album


Alif Allah


Mirza





أرجو الإستمتاع بصور نادرة لمغرب العشرينات من القرن الماضي


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