Do you like listening to music that's in a language you don't speak?

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GodBear must feed (and sneed)
May 24, 2021
China's music is great
"I'm a submissive woman and you're better than me"
Love story in the rain, from fun mountain minorities
Inner Mongolians keeping their culture alive
State-approved hip hop bigging up your hometown
and one for the Kiwis
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Weeb Slinger
Sep 4, 2019
My brother used to be an avid collector of black metal, along with its various subgenres, much of which are parcelled up in the guttural heathen languages of various fringe European nations. The genre draws heavily on mythology and folklore, and there are sometimes strong currents of nationalism running through it. I hope that I never unknowingly nodded my head along, in affirmation, to a song extoling the glories of national socialism, but who knows. I suppose that, when the Simon Wiesenthal Centre is done bringing the last of the centenarian Nazis to justice, people like me will be next on their list.


Hijab Fetishist
True & Honest Fan
Nov 28, 2021
For foreign music, mainly Arabic and Bosnian, with some others from various languages like Italian or Japanese .

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Azarath. Metrion. Zinthos.
True & Honest Fan
Dec 2, 2018
Personally, I like music in the person's native language. The meaning, melody, and rhythm is kept. Plus, it's a fun way to keep you learning bits and pieces of other languages.

Edit: Fun, not gun.
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True & Honest Fan
Feb 23, 2021
I can half ass understand frog but am not going to claim fluency. Northern French are dicks about/to non-native speakers, but the south I found very open and helpful. Go to Lyon, fuck Paris.