Hanouneh (Hanna Cinthio) works with a musical blend of the West and the Middle East. She started out as a jazz vocalist performing in Sweden and Denmark, but subsequently moved on to raggae and hip hop, fusing her musical ambitions with her political struggle. Hanouneh has spent part of her life in Palestine but is based in Sweden. She has worked closely with many of the finest arists on the Middle Eastern hip hop scene and is part of Beirut collective "961 Underground Family," with whom she performed at Vena Festival in Lodz, Poland in 2007. The album "A New World Disorder" which features Hanouneh on a couple of tracks, was recorded the same year. At the moment Hanouneh collaborates closely with riddim man/producer Mr. Sloap. They were voted Artist of the month in P3 Lab in May 2008 and one of their singles, Stay Strong, has been on rotation on national Swedish radio since early April. Together they launched the label DonDada in November 2008 as a means of producing and distributing great roots raggae and dancehall music.