DeenTight – Bridging Music, Faith & Tradition


Join us on Tue 6 July @ Singapore Post Auditorium.

Register for DeenTight!

Alhamdulillah, is pleased to announce a special screening and discussion of “DeenTight” a documentary film produced by Tabah Foundation and directed by an American film-maker, Mustafa Davis.  The discussion will be with Film Director Mustafa Davis, and Ustadh Usama Canon, a young and prominent Islamic scholar from Zaytuna Institute and Ta’leef Collective, USA.  The event promises to be an engaging event, Insha’Allah, with anticipated lively discussions with Bro Mustafa Davis and Ustadh Usama Canon, and the participants.

Date: Tuesday 6 July 2010
Time: 8 pm (Maghrib prayer facilities provided)
Fee: $15 each
Venue: Singapore Post Auditorium (Eunos Post Centre, 10 Eunos Road 8, next to Paya Lebar MRT)
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For details, registration and online payment, visit For enquiries, call 65474407 or email [email protected]

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Lecture Synopsis
Music, considered taboo practice by many traditional Muslims, has also become one of the most prominent methods for Muslims to share their faith internationally through Muslim Hip Hop. Hip Hop is a global phenomenon reaching from the skyscaper laden skies of New York all the way to the deep deserts of Arabia and beyond. It is a subculture that transcends boundaries of language, gender, and religion. Deen Tight brings to the screen the untold story of Western Muslims struggling to find a balance between their culture and their religion. Filmed on location with Muslim rappers, DJs, slam poets, breakdancers and a graffiti artist in concerts, recording studios, at homes and in the streets. The documentary focuses on the perceived conflict between traditional religious ideals and modernity, as well as both the positives and negatives of Western Pop culture on todays’ Muslim youth, and discusses intimately the challenges they face trying to balance their faith, culture, and the pressures of daily Western life.