How is “Young, Arab and Proud” translated in your work?
Joey: “Young” and “Arab” are more or less a given in our work. “Proud” is a constant work-in-progress, and comes with a lot of questioning and self-doubt.
What is Arab DNA made of?
Anthony: A lot of spirit, and a lot of spirituality.
What is the most common misconception about being an Arab?
Gio: That we don’t get sunburns. Still recovering from last Sunday’s 20 minutes on the beach.
If you could travel in time to meet any Arab icon, who would it be, and why?
Nicola: Melhem Barakat, because he is inspirational, genuine and a musical genius.
Anthony: Sabah. I’d stalk her into becoming my best friend.
Joey: Philemon Wehbe, just to thank him for his (very underrated) contribution to Lebanese music.