The question of listening to music during the sacred month of Ramadan still lingers and all answers proven seem to be right to justify its course.
While fellows in Islam are encouraged not to listen to music during the fasting period, another theory has it that loud overbearing music is not advisable (which is quite relatable).
A party of believers will also debate that music is a universal language that has a positive impact on soul-lifting during the month of Ramadan – provided it is not illicit.
Podcasts, messages, and sermons that nourish the spirit are clearly not forbidden as the purity of one’s inner realm is paramount.
Then what happens to all the beautiful spiritual songs made by our Islamic evangelists?
In the conflict of answers to this question, the school of thought that supports listening sane songs which MUST NOT contain any of those #Rated18 contents we have all over the place comes into play.
If you have to listen to music, you should consider a pair of headsets, airpods, or a low volume that wouldn’t offend other fasting Muslims around you.
In the light of this, we have a playlist of Nigerian songs you must not be found any inch close to their sound during this period of Ramadan.
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Source: Naijaloaded News