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Hamed Sinno (C), the lead singer of Lebanese band Mashrou Leila, performs on stage at the Dubai International Marine Club during a music festival in the United Arab Emirates, on April, 7, 2017. Arab artists not traditionally considered mainstream are gaining growing recognition both at home and across the globe. Bands like Lebanon's Mashrou' Leila and Jordan's Autostrad, hip-hop artists like Iraqi-Canadian Narcy and Palestinian Muqata3a, along with solo acts like Yasmine Hamdan, are at the head of the movement. Autostrad, Narcy and Mashrou' Leila headlined the April 7 closing night of Dubai's STEP 2017 conference, an annual technology, digital and entertainment festival. / AFP PHOTO / KARIM SAHIB (Photo credit should read KARIM SAHIB/AFP via Getty Images)
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