- Baha’is believe in the power of prayer and you’ll find Baha’is and their friends, throughout the world, getting together to pray. This is often referred to as a ‘devotional gathering’ or ‘devotional meeting’, and they happen in diverse settings, whether in cities or villages.
Baha’i Blog interviews Baha’i-inspired music duo, Nabil & Karim!
The smooth RnB and Hip-Hop grooves of music duo Nabil & Karim were born when Nabil Moghaddam (a Persian-Canadian Baha’i who was raised in Portugal), and Karim Rushdy (an Egyptian-Irishman born in Haiti and raised in India and Canada) were studying audio production in Canada together, and with the encouragement of their local Baha’i community, they started working on putting the Baha’i Writings to music for community events.
This interview was filmed in Stratford, Canada in August, 2019.
You can also watch the video of this interview here: Baha’i Blog Interviews Nabil & Karim
Find out more about Nabil & Karim from these links:
* Facebook: www.facebook.com/NabilandKarim
* YouTube: www.youtube.com/user/nabilandkarim
* Nkindle Productions: nkindle.bandcamp.com
* Nabil’s YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/user/nabilinho
* Karim Rushdy’s YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/user/KarimRushdy9
* A Baha’i Blog interview with Karim about Nabil & Karim: An Interview with Karim of Baha’i R’n’B Hip-Hop duo Nabil & Karim
* A Baha’i Blog interview with Nabil about his album ‘Nabilinho Vol.III’: Nabilinho Vol.III: An Interview with Nabil
* A Baha’i Blog interview with Karim about his album ‘Reach Out’: Reach Out: A New Album by Karim Rushdy
Listen to more interviews on Baha’i Blog’s Baha’i Talks & Interviews playlist.
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