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Do you listen to many singers who also try to sing in foreign languages? For example, a Japanese singer has a song in English, or a Korean singing in Japanese, or another out-of-box example is when I heard a Japanese singer sings in Italian. :P Do you like such kind of singers? What do you think of them?
For Asians who sing in English, for Japanese especially usually the English is pretty strange since their native accent is so strange. Korean is slightly better, though I haven't heard many Korean artists singing in English.
Do you listen to many singers who also try to sing in foreign languages? Yes.
Do you like such kind of singers? I think they are amazing
What do you think of them? Well i am inspired by them, and would like to be one like them... giving people dreams...
I don't think so, sometimes it might be even better... othertimes it kindof s*cks lol hahahha xD
If you try to keep up with them, they might try to keep up with you.
But i can't go criticise other amazing artists, i like anyone who produces music...
though i do have a taste for good and bad so.... that's my own free opinion, here try to mimic this lol xD
I bit my tongue in the attemph of pronouncing and speed-sing-a-long-ing lol
Last edited by The_kid; June 06, 2012 at 11:56 AM.
I have been listening to some songs from Olivia Lufkin lately and her songs are amazing! She is a Japanese American bilingual singer-songwriter and she is incredibly talented. She sings both in Japanese and in English and I like her songs in both languages, whether in Japanese or in English her songs are great!
Here is one of her songs in Japanese:
Here is one of her songs in English:
I've listened to a japanese group sing in French, which was pretty amazing. The accent and pronunciation were pretty much spot-on, and it sounded like a French singer. I think the problem is that some groups sing in a different language because they want to or have to (big music corps groups), which is why they don't sound as natural, whilst others have learnt that language when they were younger, so they're able to get some hint of the accent and the pronunciation as well.
I’m not very familiar with Yisabel (she is a popera singer), so I don’t know if most of her songs are in Korean or in English, but thanks to a K-drama I’m currently watching I was introduced to one of her songs, a song in English and…wow, her voice is so angelic and powerful, I really love her song. The song I’m referring to is the one below:
Last edited by destiny4ever; May 10, 2013 at 10:25 PM.
@des-chan: Even as I wait for the video to show itself, I already guessed which song you meant when you wrote "Yisabel". /fangirl-mode-on
Anyway, it is surprising for me. We're talking about somehow a historical drama, a sageuk drama mixed with fantasy, which uses a song in English as its soundtrack. Not something I'd imagine before, and quite a nice jump from the team personally speaking. Although it may be inappropriate in the eyes of others. ^^;
Well…I’m glad the team behind GFB decided to take the risk and use that beautiful song. I think one of the wonderful things about music is how it can transcend the language barrier; you might not understand a word that the singer is saying, but you can definitely feel the emotions and feelings embedded in the song.Quote: