Underground hip-hop is banned in Egypt. Now, it’s the soundtrack to Marvel’s Moon Knight. (2022)

The soundscape transports you. The sharp electronic snare beats and deep bass rumble, with samples and autotuned lyrics in street slang, taking you to Cairo at night, floating down the Nile on a party boat with dangling neon lights and a tinny speaker. It’s loud.

This genre of underground Egyptian rap is called mahraganat, and it elevates the soundtrack of the new Marvel series Moon Knight.

Egyptian director Mohamed Diab has brought the controversial sound to the show, which stars Oscar Isaac as, among other roles, an antihero who struggles with mental health issues. (He is also the living avatar of an ancient Egyptian god.)

Even though the Disney+ show was shot elsewhere and its topic was fantastical, the filmmaker behind Cairo 678 wanted to show the reality of his country. “One challenge that was very important for me was how to portray Egypt,” said Diab, “because we’re always seen in a way that is very orientalist, always seen in a way that is very stereotypical.”

In the third episode, a breezy Egyptian pop song wafts down the Nile and then cuts to a blaring mahraganat track, which starts a group of boaters dancing. The song is by Hassan Shakosh, who is censored in Egypt.

Underground hip-hop is banned in Egypt. Now, it’s the soundtrack to Marvel’s Moon Knight. (1) NurPhoto/Contributor

Shakosh precipitated a country-wide assault on the music. Two days after he performed raunchy songs at a Valentine’s Day show at Cairo Stadium in 2020, the Egyptian Musicians Syndicate, the body that licenses all musicians in the country, banned mahraganat performances. Yet through online streaming and digital distribution, Shakosh has become a superstar.

For the musicians in Egypt taking rap in new directions, Moon Knight is a mainstream breakthrough, a chance for international audiences to understand a little more about the country. The underground genre has become a battleground in a country headed by an autocratic president who has repressed all discursive politics. The regime has targeted young creatives and TikTok influencers, so the spotlight on mahraganat matters.

Mahraganat “reveals a struggle over what Egyptian culture is, and who has the right to shape it,” Andrew Simon, a historian at Dartmouth, told me. Its appearance in Moon Knight “is all much to the dismay of Egyptian authorities at a point in time when they’re actively trying to silence the genre.”

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Mahgaranat music came before the Arab Spring, and the insurrection took it viral

The underground rap subgenre’s journey from Egypt’s urban corners into the Marvel Cinematic Universe begins in the early 2000s. At weddings in the back alleys of Egypt’s working-class landscape, emcees and deejays pioneered mahraganat, which means “festivals” in Arabic.

Weddings in city quarters are indeed street festivals. Raucous block parties take over whole backstreets, and everyone in the neighborhood is welcome. Traditionally, an ensemble would play music called shaabi (or “popular,” as in, “of the people”), which blends folkloric sounds, spiritual tunes associated with Sufism, and Egyptian pop traditions — and a lot of drumming and heavy dancing. But a full band can be expensive, so deejays and emcees started tooling around with MP3s and cheap software, passing around files in internet cafes. They brought an electronica sentiment to traditional shaabi sounds, soon adding layers of raps and chants on top.

Those emcees hyping up the wedding crowds, and collecting some money for the newlyweds, forged a new genre. Then they started circulating it on mixtapes.

“All these nerds behind their computers doing these strange loops” created a new musical vocabulary, Mahmoud Refat, founder of the 100Copies label in Cairo, told me. “They used samples of these guys talking about the struggle, weddings, drugs, you know, like the tough life.”

The song that blares on Moon Knight’s Nile boat is “Salka,” which translates roughly as “unobstructed.” The scene gestures toward mahraganat’s roots in the city’s alleys. “I haven’t heard that song since our wedding,” says the former mercenary Marc Spector (Isaac) to his archaeologist compatriot (May Calamawy).

Underground hip-hop is banned in Egypt. Now, it’s the soundtrack to Marvel’s Moon Knight. (2) Gabor Kotschy/Marvel Studios 2022

The lyrics are about a Ferrari speeding through the usually standstill traffic of Cairo’s megalopolis: “Strong, nobody but us / Strong, strong / Sweet, nobody but us / Sweet, sweet / Foot the gas on the highest gear / I’m the teacher and everybody’s at their desk / Unobstructed.” (The song appeared in an Egyptian advertisement for an app called Hala, which is like Uber but for motorcycles.)

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Tarek Benchouia, a PhD candidate at Northwestern University who studies mahraganat, describes it as a complex, ever-changing form that has integrated aspects of rap and hip-hop, Jamaican dancehall, and local traditions. “It’s a very similar story to the story of hip-hop,” he told me. “Because that’s where hip-hop comes from, in the Bronx in the ’70s. It’s a deejaying culture that’s playing block parties. So it’s interesting how they have similar genealogies but they sound very different.”

During Egypt’s 2011 people-power revolution that ousted longtime dictator Hosni Mubarak, mahraganat became a sonic companion to the uprising — music that captured the angst and anger at the crippling economic circumstances that fomented the youth movement. Many in the international media mistakenly described it as music of the revolution because mahraganat’s popularity accelerated so rapidly after 2011. “[T]he insurrection had made many people more willing to listen to what was novel, full of youthful energy, and ‘street,’” anthropologist Ted Swedenburg notes.

Benchouia says the music’s undertones are of a piece with the revolution. “It’s nuanced in its critique of what it means to be poor and, usually, male in urban Egypt. A lot of the anger and frustration that boils over in the revolution is also being explained in mahraganat,” he told me.

But irreverence and self-effacement are key. “There’s a little bit of poking fun at the revolution at the same time,” said Benchouia, and some mahraganat songs played off of popular chants from the Tahrir Square protests. There’s a line in “Salka” that goes, “We made the music / we’re not copying it [from the West] / We don’t make it better than it is / Or make a big deal of it.” The anti-establishment rhythms of mahraganat spread on the sound systems of toktoks, microbuses, and eventually taxis, in urban centers and on the margins of Egyptian official culture.

In 2013, the military overthrew Egypt’s first democratically elected leader. Former Gen. Abdel-Fattah Al-Sisi now runs the country more brutally than Mubarak ever did. Amid a clampdown on political expression, mahraganat music has become even more popular. Hit songs are being DIY-recorded in rappers’ wardrobes and bedrooms. Tens of millions of plays on YouTube and Spotify hold out a challenge to the regime’s traditional, nationalistic music tastes.

Mahraganat’s founding artists have established themselves in and out of Egypt. In 2018, two key figures, Sadat and Alaa 50 Cent, collaborated with Cypress Hill in a song that blended the California group’s connection to weed culture with the Egyptian rappers’ passion for hashish.

Much of mahraganat music is not overtly political in the sense of it being about rising up against the regime or protesting policies, but it is deeply political in the grievances expressed about the economic and social conditions that hamper Egypt’s working classes. The lyrics are also introspective — verging from macho to campy — about masculinity and authenticity.

The gritty brand of rap captures the fraught politics of disenchantment, youth culture, and dissatisfaction with the lack of opportunity that sets the backdrop to the Marvel series. In Moon Knight’s Cairo scenes, the street sellers seem to be just getting by and youngsters appear to be out of work.

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The credits of Moon Knight’s second episode feature the song “The Kings,” by Ahmed Saad along with two mahgaranat singers, 3enba and Yang Zuksh. It’s more of a rap hybrid, which is the direction the genre is headed. The chorus sums up the gangland vibes that are performatively flexed by the underground singers and shouting out their neighborhood, surrounded by their crew: “Bro / Papa / Here comes the gang / We live / Simply / You can make it if you want to / I don’t need anyone / I take care of myself.”

In the next episode, Oscar Isaac wakes up in Cairo.

What the censorship of Mahraganat — and its presence in Moon Knight — says about Egypt

The brash sensibility of mahraganat has long challenged the Egyptian Musicians Syndicate. The gatekeeping professional organization holds the power to grant the licenses needed for musicians to perform at concerts, nightclubs, and even restaurants in the country. The syndicate is backed by the Sisi government and, some say, has become a proxy for the culture war against Egypt’s young rappers.

In February 2020, the syndicate announced that licenses to perform would no longer be given to mahraganat artists, effectively banning it from live shows. “This type of music is based on promiscuous and immoral lyrics, which is completely prohibited, and as such, the door is closed on it. We want real art,” singer Hany Shaker, the syndicate’s head, said. A parliamentary spokesperson called mahraganat more dangerous than Covid-19.

“Most of the songs that Diab used in this show are from singers banned from singing in Egypt,” novelist and critic Ahmed Naji told me. “It created a lot of controversy and created a huge buzz.”

At least 19 musicians were denied licenses in 2021, including Shakosh. Saad, whose hit song “Kings” is in Moon Knight, was fined for defying the ban. In March, two other singers were convicted of “violating family values.”

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But mahraganat artists work around the rules and post straight to Spotify or YouTube, onto algorithms that put them alongside Kendrick Lamar and Lil Wayne, or hold shows in Egypt’s unofficial venues. They play gigs around the Middle East, and are developing partnerships with American and European artists. “We are having investors coming directly to us. We are having Hollywood coming directly to us. We have Sony Music,” Rafat told me. “But it doesn’t link to the Egyptian scene. It doesn’t link to the Egyptian music economy.”

For Simon, author of a book on Egyptian sonic cultures called Media of the Masses, the fault lines are not just about free expression but about class. The censorship of mahraganat is about who in Egypt — with hierarchies enforced by the regime — is allowed to create art. “These ‘vulgar’ songs, what’s really the underlying thing is the fact that working-class Egyptians are creating Egyptian culture,” he told me. “Whereas from the perspective of local authorities, they’re supposed to be cultural consumers, not cultural producers.”

Censorship of art is a flashpoint in Egypt that Diab himself has grappled with as the space for expression in Egypt has contracted since the 2013 military takeover. Diab’s most recent film Clash is the claustrophobic story of conflicting political activists, Muslim Brotherhood protesters who demonstrated against Sisi, and secular critics, journalists, and others caught in the wrong place. They’re all locked together in the back of a large police van, as Cairo convulses with political carnage during the coup. The regime saw his depiction of the complexity of Egyptian politics as criticism. When it premiered in 2016, it was only in Egyptian theaters for a truncated run.

The mahraganat tracks in Moon Knight have brought to life scenes of contemporary Egypt at a particularly difficult time for Egyptians. The Sisi government has jailed tens of thousands of political prisoners. One of the most prominent voices of the 2011 revolution, activist and blogger Alaa Abd El-Fattah, is seven weeks into a hunger strike, in protest of the sordid conditions in his prison cell.

The series Moon Knight is violent in the way superhero comics are — superficially and sensationally. In Diab’s attempt to bring audiences into the real Egypt, however, he has also shined a light on the actual violence of everyday life in Egypt today, where producing underground rap can lead to fines or jail time, where free expression is all but outlawed.

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FAQs

Why is Moon Knight banned in Egypt? ›

Moon Knight Music Causes Stir in Egypt

The song's genre, Mahraganat, is controversial in Egypt, having been criticized for being too vulgar and political by addressing issues that the working class deals with in Egypt.

Is Hip Hop banned in Egypt? ›

Underground hip-hop is banned in Egypt. Now, it's the soundtrack to Marvel's Moon Knight. The Disney+ show is scored by subversive Egyptian rap of the Arab Spring.

Why does Moon Knight have Arabic music? ›

Diab aimed to avoid the stereotypical and cliche portrayals of his country and its people on screen. By listening to the series' music, viewers get a taste of this authentic representation further.

Is Moon Knight set in Egypt? ›

Now, with the introduction of Moon Knight on Disney+, fans get to experience the wonders of Ancient Egypt. While this isn't the first time the Egyptian gods have infiltrated the MCU (think Bast in Black Panther), Moon Knight is the first major foray into the world of Egyptian mythology.

Why does Egypt not allow filming? ›

Activists believe that the lack of transparency in society, restrictions, and the absence of democracy is behind the regime's fear of the camera.

Who is female god in Moon Knight? ›

Moon Knight then brought us Marvel's version of the ancient Egyptian goddess Taweret, who came fully to life on our screens. In mythology, Taweret often takes the form of a woman with the head of a hippo.

What is the age rating for Moon Knight? ›

Moon Knight is rated TV-14 LV for “language and violence.” With film ratings also unpredictable these days, having fully disclosed parent guidelines can help determine if a movie or television show like Moon Knight is kid friendly – and worth paying those Disney+ subscription fees.

Will there be a Moon Knight Season 2? ›

At least the ones from the comic books. Many fans expected that Steven Grant/Marc Spector/Jake Lockley would pay Blade or Black Knight a visit before Disney rolls out the second season of Moon Knight. However, the highly anticipated reboot has been delayed until 2024 following director Bassam Tariq's exit.

Is Moon Knight Arabian? ›

However, it was in 2018 when her first big break came with a role in the Hulu comedy-drama 'Ramy', where she played Ramy's sister, Dena Hassan, which then led her to her role in 'Moon Knight' as the first Arab superhero in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Who is the strongest Egyptian god? ›

Amun (Amun-Ra) - God of the sun and air. One of the most powerful and popular gods of ancient Egypt, patron of the city of Thebes, where he was worshipped as part of the Theban Triad of Amun, Mut, and Khonsu. Supreme king of the gods in some periods, though originally a minor fertility god.

Who are the 9 main gods of Egypt? ›

Ennead - The nine gods worshipped at Heliopolis who formed the tribunal in the Osiris Myth: Atum, Shu, Tefnut, Geb, Nut, Osiris, Isis, Nephthys, and Set. These nine gods decide whether Set or Horus should rule in the story The Contendings of Horus and Set. They were known as The Great Ennead.

Is Moonknight banned in Egypt? ›

'Moon Knight' features underground hip-hop that is banned in Egypt.

What is Egyptian trap music? ›

Trap music in Egypt has been the counterculture; the music of the slums to spite new neighborhoods like “Beverly Hills” (the new district in Cairo, not the posh city in L.A.) and 6th of October.

What is Shaabi music? ›

Shaabi (Egyptian Arabic: شعبي Shaʻbī pronounced [ˈʃæʕbi]) is an Egyptian musical genre. It is a form of popular working-class music which evolved from Egyptian Baladi in the second half of the 20th century, it's the core of Egyptian people music in streets and weddings and every day Egyptian life.

How do Egyptians feel about Moon Knight? ›

Many viewers, especially those of Egyptian or Arab identity, couldn't hide their excitement, expressing how they felt seen. Upbeat and lively, its feature on Moon Knight winked at Egypt's burgeoning rap scene and dance music. Dubai-based Egyptian DJ Kaboo felt the same elation too.

Is photography illegal in Egypt? ›

The decree stipulates that Egyptians, foreign residents, and tourists are allowed to take pictures in public places free of charge and without obtaining a permit, using all kinds of analogue and digital photography cameras, personal video cameras, and tripods.

Is it legal to film in Egypt? ›

Nevine El-Aref , Ahram Online , Wednesday 20 Jul 2022

The Egyptian Cabinet agreed on Wednesday a draft resolution allowing locals and foreigners to take photos and record videos in public places for non-commercial purposes without a permit.

What god is Layla in Moon Knight? ›

One of the best moments in Marvel's recently ended Moon Knight series is when Layla El-Faouly (May Calamawy) agrees to become the temporary human avatar for the Egyptian goddess Taweret.

Why does Layla have wings? ›

In Moon Knight's season finale, Layla decided to become an Avatar for Taweret, the Egyptian hippopotamus-headed goddess. With the blessing of Taweret, Layla got her own super-suit, complete with a pair of golden wings that double down as a defensive shield that works just like Wonder Woman's bracelets.

Who is the hippo at the end of Moon Knight? ›

Was that a hippopotamus goddess at the end? Yes, the goddess Taweret. In Egyptian mythology, Taweret was generally considered a protective deity and was at times associated with childbirth. She is sometimes referred to as “the great one” and also had some connections to the afterlife.

Why is Moon Knight 16+? ›

The series is rated 16+. There's violence, brutal fight scenes, occasional alcohol use and innuendos. Viewers should also expect blood, depictions of killing and an exploration of dissociative identity disorder.

Does Moon Knight have kids? ›

Moon Knight is not well regarded among his fellow heroes, but his daughter Jessica from an alternate timeline could be his shot at having a legacy.

Does Moon Knight have kissing scenes? ›

This week's episode of Moon Knight on Disney+ had everything: monsters, hippo goddesses, and the lost tomb of Alexander the Great. But most importantly, it had kissing.

Is Moon Knight a villain? ›

Before his origin was even revealed, Moon Knight debuted as a villain in the classic '70s Marvel horror comic Werewolf By Night as an agent of a secret organization who wanted to capture Jack Russell, the titular werewolf.

Is Moon Knight an avenger? ›

Moon Knight does have Avengers connections in the comics, but they don't exactly support the idea of him joining the team. In his fact, his temporary stints with groups like the West Coast Avengers just prove why he doesn't belong with them. Moon Knight doesn't follow orders well and prefers working alone.

Does Moon Knight have 3 personalities? ›

Who are Moon Knight's personalities? Marc Spector is deemed to be the main personality, with two alter egos, Steven Grant and Jake Lockley.

Is Moon Knight married? ›

The debut of Moon Knight on Disney+ brought the character to the Marvel Cinematic Universe for the first time, though he wasn't alone. Moon Knight was joined by a new character named Layla who was eventually revealed to be his wife.

Is Layla Egyptian? ›

Today this changes with LAYLA, the first Egyptian superhero. Proud to be a part of it!” “Moon Knight” is Diab's first series in Marvel.

Who is Layla to Marc Spector? ›

Marlene Alraune is one of Marc Spector's primary love interests in the comics, and she shares a few significant similarities to the character of Layla in the show. Marlene and Layla are both the daughters of archeologists who are killed by mercenaries working alongside Marc Spector.

Can Moon Knight lift Mjolnir? ›

Interestingly, according to comics, one of Moon Knight's abilities even allows him to control Thor's hammer (Mjolnir) which otherwise only Captain America and Hela could do in previous MCU films.

Who is stronger Zeus or Odin? ›

Odin has pretty clearly been shown to be demonstrable more powerful than the other gods. Odin's Odinforce has far outstripped anything Zeus's magical lightning bolts have ever done.

Who is stronger Ammit or Khonshu? ›

The dramatic conclusion of Moon Knight episode 6 revealed Khonshu and his avatar are much weaker than Ammit and Arthur Harrow.

Who is the first god? ›

Who is Brahma? Brahma is the first god in the Hindu triumvirate, or trimurti. The triumvirate consists of three gods who are responsible for the creation, upkeep and destruction of the world. The other two gods are Vishnu and Shiva.

What did Egyptians call Earth? ›

In fact, the ancient Egyptians referred to Earth as the “House of Geb.” According to the ancient Egyptians, Geb was the grandson of Ra, and the son of Shu and Tefnut, the deities of air and moisture, respectively. Additionally, Geb was the twin of Nut, the goddess of the sky.

What animal is the god Set? ›

In art, Set is usually depicted as an enigmatic creature referred to by Egyptologists as the Set animal, a beast not identified with any known animal, although it could be seen as a resembling an aardvark, an African wild dog, a donkey, a hyena, a jackal, a pig, an antelope, a giraffe, an okapi, a saluki, or a fennec ...

Who is the most powerful god in the world? ›

Indra also called Śakra, the supreme god, is the first of the 33, followed by Agni.

What gender is Osiris? ›

In the stories of these archetypal beings, Isis exemplifies the reproductive female, Osiris the reproductive male, Seth the nonreproductive eunuch, and Nephthys the unmarried virgin (lesbian).

Who killed Osiris? ›

Seth, the god of disorder, murdered his brother Osiris, the god of order. Seth was furious because his wife, Nephthys, had conceived a child, named Anubis, by Osiris. The murder happened at a banquet when Seth invited guests to lie down in a coffin he had made for the king.

How do Egyptians feel about Moon Knight? ›

Many viewers, especially those of Egyptian or Arab identity, couldn't hide their excitement, expressing how they felt seen. Upbeat and lively, its feature on Moon Knight winked at Egypt's burgeoning rap scene and dance music. Dubai-based Egyptian DJ Kaboo felt the same elation too.

Is Moon Knight An Egyptian superhero? ›

It is a breath of fresh air to see an unapologetically Arab character, an actual superhero from Egypt, in a popular Disney production. “Are you an Egyptian superhero?” asks a young Egyptian girl in Cairo in Disney's latest Marvel offering, Moon Knight.

Where can I watch Moon Knight in Egypt? ›

Egyptians can watch the show on the soon to be released streaming service, Disney +. The show's first season is set to have six episodes, with each episode airing every week for 45 minutes.

Why was Thor: Love and Thunder banned in Egypt? ›

The decision to ban the project came from the Cinema Committee in the Ministry of Information and was the result of scenes including gay characters. This is far from the first time a Marvel Studios project has been banned for that same reason.

Who is the strongest Egyptian god? ›

Amun (Amun-Ra) - God of the sun and air. One of the most powerful and popular gods of ancient Egypt, patron of the city of Thebes, where he was worshipped as part of the Theban Triad of Amun, Mut, and Khonsu. Supreme king of the gods in some periods, though originally a minor fertility god.

Who's the strongest god in Moon Knight? ›

These nine gods of Egyptian mythology appear in the Marvel Comics and are among the strongest and most fearsome gods that Moon Knight interacts with.
  • 8/9 Isis.
  • 7/9 Thoth.
  • 6/9 Osiris.
  • 5/9 Horus.
  • 4/9 Ra.
  • 3/9 Anubis.
  • 2/9 Khonshu.
  • 1/9 Bast.
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What mental illness does Moon Knight have? ›

Warning: Spoilers ahead for "Moon Knight," which is available on Disney+. The latest Marvel series centers on a hero discovering that he has dissociative identity disorder. The story seems to dramatize the disorder, according to mental health counselor Anthony Smith.

What God is Layla Moon Knight? ›

One of the best moments in Marvel's recently ended Moon Knight series is when Layla El-Faouly (May Calamawy) agrees to become the temporary human avatar for the Egyptian goddess Taweret.

Who is the villain in Moon Knight? ›

Moon Knight's first trailer revealed its villain is Arthur Harrow, played by Ethan Hawke, and here's who he is and his history in the comics. Warning! The following contains SPOILERS for Moon Knight.

Is Moon Knight married? ›

The debut of Moon Knight on Disney+ brought the character to the Marvel Cinematic Universe for the first time, though he wasn't alone. Moon Knight was joined by a new character named Layla who was eventually revealed to be his wife.

Is Moon Knight creepy? ›

There's intense suspense, an uber-creepy villain, and monsters that lurk in the shadows. The actual violence is somewhat toned down, as a lot of it is implied rather than shown, though you can expect bloody gun injuries and death throughout.

Is Moon Knight an avenger? ›

Moon Knight does have Avengers connections in the comics, but they don't exactly support the idea of him joining the team. In his fact, his temporary stints with groups like the West Coast Avengers just prove why he doesn't belong with them. Moon Knight doesn't follow orders well and prefers working alone.

Does Thor: Love and Thunder have LGBTQ? ›

Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige said in 2019 that "the answer is yes" when asked if there would be an LGBTQ storyline in Thor: Love and Thunder, and the new film does make explicit that when all the other valkyries were killed by Hela, the Thompson character's girlfriend was among them.

Which country banned Thor? ›

As the world sails past eight months of 2022, the Malaysian government still seems to be stuck in ancient times. The Malaysian government has revealed the reason behind banning the Marvel film 'Thor: Love and Thunder' – the film's LGBTQ+ elements, something that is prohibited in the country.

Is Thor banned in China? ›

"Thor: Love and Thunder" earned over $300 million globally over the weekend, but wasn't released in China. It's the sixth MCU movie in a row, all during the pandemic, to be shut out of the region. It hasn't been approved by China's film censors over LGBTQ+ themes, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

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