Algerian music is virtually synonymous with raï among foreigners; the musical genre has achieved great popularity in France, Spain and other parts of Europe. For several centuries, Algerian music was dominated by styles inherited from Andalusia, eventually forming a unique North African twist on these poetic forms. Mixed with Ottoman influences, Algerian music came to include suites called nuubaat (singular nuuba). Lately derivatives include rabaab and hawzii.
Sha-bii is, in most Arab countries, folk music; in Algeria, however, it refers to a style of recent urban popular music, of which the best known performer was El Hajj Muhammad El Anka considered like the Grand Master of Andalusian classical music. True styles of folk music include hofii, a form of female vocal music, and zindalii, from Constantine.
Idir - Zwit Rwit
Idir: a vava inouva, has been singed in many languages
Cheb Mami and Zaho
ZAHO "HEY PAPI"
Cheb BiLaL & cheb AkiL & Magic system(african)
Cheb Mami: Bledi aldjaziar (my country Algeria)
Algerie mon amour: Algeria is my love (group of singer, including Baaziz, Mami. lamin, Sauad massi. Ouhid...
Reda Taliani - Josephine
RACHID TAHA YA RAYEH