In this Saturday, April 6, 2013 photo, Egyptian ladies dance during a 

In this Saturday, April 6, 2013 photo, Egyptian ladies dance during a "Mahraganat" Arabic word for "festivals," concert by music singers, in Cairo, Egypt. A new musical sound emerged from the underground in Egypt since the country's 2011 revolution, a rapid-fire electronic beat, mixed with hypnotic rhythms drawn from religious festivals and fired up with auto-tuned vocals. Besides getting club crowds dancing all night long, it has given a rebellious voice to long marginalized youth, telling stories of everyday life in beaten-down neighborhoods of Cairo. ( AP Photo/Nariman El-Mofty)
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In this Saturday, April 6, 2013 photo, Egyptian ladies dance during a "Mahraganat" Arabic word for "festivals," concert by music singers, in Cairo, Egypt. A new musical sound emerged from the underground in Egypt since the country's 2011 revolution, a rapid-fire electronic beat, mixed with hypnotic rhythms drawn from religious festivals and fired up with auto-tuned vocals. Besides getting club crowds dancing all night long, it has given a rebellious voice to long marginalized youth, telling stories of everyday life in beaten-down neighborhoods of Cairo. ( AP Photo/Nariman El-Mofty)
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