Middle Eastern hip hop

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Middle Eastern hip hop is hip hop music and culture originating in the Middle East. It is performed in many languages such as English, local Arabic dialects, Hebrew, Persian, and French. It is highly influenced by American hip hop.

Arab hip hop[edit]

For Arab rap in all forms from the Middle East, the Persian Gulf and North Africa and international Arab rap acts, refer to Arab hip hop section

Iranian hip hop[edit]

Israeli hip hop[edit]


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