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Aar Maanta moved from his native Somalia to the UK in the late 1980's due to the civil war. As a lone child in a new country he turned to music for comfort absorbing many genres including pop, rock, hip hop, RnB and house. He now produces an eclectic mix of styles blended with traditional Somali music. Aar Maanta's first notable performance was in July 2006 at Rise: London United the UK's largest multi-cultural festival.
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- Qalbiga (feat. Jihaan Jalaqsan) - (4:14) - 15 plays
- Maanta - (3:58) - 18 plays
- Keenee Gardaran (Live) - (4:38) - 17 plays
- Somalia Hanoolaato - (2:58) - 8 plays
- Asalamu Alaykum - (3:12) - 15 plays
- Ifraax - (3:35) - 16 plays
- Deeqa - (4:58) - 11 plays
- Deeqa (feat. Maciek Pysz) - (3:48) - 8 plays
- Hiddo & Dhaqan - (3:40) - 11 plays
- Dhadhami - (4:38) - 4 plays
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