The album arrives through Mad Decent on November 22nd.
Out November 22nd, Shlon, meaning "how" or "which color" in Arabic, will feature six "techno-meets-dabke" tracks, with contributions from Syrian keyboardist Hasan Alo, saz player Azad Salih and lyricist Moussa Al Mardood.
This is the wedding singer's second album for Diplo's label, following 2017's To Syria, With Love. Previously, Souleyman also released LPs through Monkeytown (2015's Bahdeni Nami) and Domino (2013's Wenu Wenu, produced by Four Tet).
Listen to "Layle."
Watch our 2015 RA Session with Omar Souleyman.
02. Shi Tridin
04. Abou Zilif
05. 3tini 7obba
Mad Decent will release Shlon on November 22nd, 2019.