|Studio album by Khaled|
|Released||August 2004 (International)
June 27, 2005 (USA)
|Label||Universal Records and Wrasse Records|
|Producer||Don Was, Jacob Desvarieux, Philippe Eidel, K. C. Porter, and Dawn Elder|
|US release cover|
Khaled's Ya-Rayi studio album was released in Europe in August 2004 by AZ Records, a label of Universal Music France, and later licensed in the UK, and then rereleased in the United States on June 27, 2005. The European release was dubbed a "back to the roots" album, while the United States release was dubbed a "peace through music" album.
- "Mani Hani"
- "Zine Zina"
- "Ya Galbi"
- "Ensa El Hem"
- "El Ghira"
- "El-H'mam" (Imhotep Remix)
In the UK the Universal Music France album was licensed unchanged to Wrasse Records with the French album track listing and an extra DVD of music clips. The Wrasse Records release (Wrasse 127X) included the original French booklet with Arabic sung texts in French romanization and studio notes in French, but with a CD backing tray insert in English.
- Ya-Rayi on Shawshara.com, Ya-Rayi's lyrics and English lyrics translation.