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Must Have Nasheeds in Your Playlist

Must Have Nasheeds in Your Playlist

Our lives have become very stressful. We are always running around, trying to get maximum things done, but still somehow we are unable to achieve everything we set out to do. This is not the case for everyone but for most of us. Those of us whom we see in control of their lives always find some time to unwind and relax. Soulful music can do just that!

Nasheeds are Islamic songs which have grown very popular. One reason for their popularity is their ability to give peace to the listeners, which is the message of Islam. If you listen to Nasheeds regularly or have just started listening you will agree that every time you hear a beautiful Nasheed you feel at ease.

Here are a few Nasheeds which should be part of your playlist.

“His Name Is Muhammad” by Kamaluddin

Manchester based Islamic singer Kamaluddin has a beautiful voice. He originates from Bangladesh and is a hafiz and an Imam as well. He can sing in English, Urdu, Arabic and Bengali. The singer is gifted with a beautiful voice. In this Nasheed he expresses his love for the Holy Prophet P.B.U.H.

“Hasbi Rabbi” by Sami Yusuf

Sami who was brought up in London belongs to a musical family of Azeri origin. He was named “Islam’s Biggest Rock star” by the Time’s magazine. The Islamic singer sings in Arabic, Urdu, English and Turkish and his music is a great alternative to the contemporary music. He has sung many Nasheeds but one beautiful Nasheed is Hasbi Rabbi, where the singer in multiple languages asks for Allah’s protection and guidance.

“For The Prophets” by Native Deen

This Nasheed is included in this list because it beautifully pays tribute to all the prophets who came before Hazrat Muhammad P.B.U.H. and the Holy Prophet himself. Native Deen from North America has their own style of music. It is not exactly hip-hop and not exactly Islamic either, but their message is the same. They preach about Islam and bring people close to Islam. It is a great Nasheed for children too as it tells about the miracles and hardships of different prophets.

“The Veil” by Dawud Wharnsby-Ali

The Veil is a beautiful Nasheed which the singer made for Muslimmahs who wish to cover themselves. It goes like “Lift the veil from your heart and seek the heart of purity”. Dawud is known as one of the best poets among English Nasheed writers, and through his songs raises awareness and shows the world what Islam is all about.

“Fathfar” by Ahmed Bukhtiar

The UAE Nasheed singer who sings equally beautifully whether he is singing in Arabic or English has made a number of songs. His Nasheeds are usually meaningful. His song Fathfar is a beautiful Nasheed which talks about the purity of marriage and how simple Islam has made marriage. However, our society has made it very difficult because of the evil of dowry. He talks about the beauty of marriage and emphasizes that marriage is based on love and not fancy gifts.

We hope you will enjoy these Nasheeds. Comment below and tell us whch are your all time favourite Nasheeds.

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