Ramadan: know any nice nasheeds?

asalamu alaikum,

i was a really big music addict and lets just say im really close to giving pu my habit. i dont listen to english music anymore.. i just have to quit the hindi music. i know a few very nice nasheeds by talib al habib, zain bhikha and native deen but i want to hear other ones.

does any one know really good nasheeds. not hate comments please. not looking for any BS

4 Answers

  • 10 years ago
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    listen 2:

    - Maher Zain

    - Sami Yusuf

    these 2 r inspirational... 4 me well they are amazing


    - Kamal uddin

    - Usman rehman

    there are another few which i cant really rememba ryt now..but if i rememba them then il add them in...

    if u hav listened to nativ deen and zain bikha im sure u will love Maher zain and Sami yusuf.. tehy r one of ma fav's :) ...Youtube them...

    here is the link 2 one of their award winning nasheeds(but u shud check out the rest of theres aswell):

    Maher Zain:


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    Sami yusuf:


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    they sing in english,arabic,turkish,urdu...

    Source(s): mee :)
  • frith
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

    i do .. and that i like his nasheeds .. i like its simplicity. i do no longer think of its kiddish, hehe, are not all of us basically honestly little in front of Allah :) his nasheeds makes me sense that. i basically checked his weblog considering the fact that all the solutions point out that he did no longer "convert". and that i might desire to assert, that it relatively is obviously pronounced that he has observed the instructions of the "Quran" into his existence and that he believes interior the shahada. i quote from his weblog: "Yusuf Islam, who had defined to me some years in the past that “Islam” capability “enter into peace” and that i theory “what a proper theory”. so as that’s why while human beings question me if I’ve converted, I tell them it’s no longer approximately conversion it’s with reference to the which capability, to embody the assumption of peace into your existence." i do no longer see why all and sundry might think of he's no longer a muslim. he certainly is a muslim to me. its basically a distinctive way of questioning. anywho, thank you for posting this, i in no way particularly analyze his own existence :) salam alaikum

  • omar
    Lv 4
    10 years ago

    Mohammed Rafi sing some I do like and you can hit it up on youtube

    here is one I like


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  • 10 years ago



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    I love this one. (it talks about the ummah) also by outlandish but also Sami Yusuf


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    Mount Hira Sami Yusuf


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    This is my favourite (WHo is the Loved One)


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