Asian signers that sign in a foreign language that's NOT english
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Posted 7/25/09
Now that I think about it, I've never seen any songs with 2 languages where 1 of them isn't english. Probably because I'm a native english-speaker
BTW: didn't search this topic, so just delete it if it's a repeat (or lock).
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Posted 7/25/09
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Posted 7/25/09
something about this thread pisses me off. but i dont know what it is O.o
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Posted 7/25/09
daite senorita?

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Posted 7/25/09
Wait.
Are you trying to say Asian SINGERS that SING in a foreign language besides english?
Your "n"s and "g"s are confusing a LOT of people xD.

And to answer that question:
I'm just going to use DBSK.
DBSK is basically a Korean boyband. But when they did their Asian tour, they had to speak several languages such as Chinese and Japanese. I'm not sure if they SANG in different languages while they were in foreign countries but that's the closest I can get to answer that question.

Besides, some American R&B and Hip Hop musicians use Spanish in their songs, so it's sort of the same technique that Asian artists use just to make the music sound more . . . Cooler? I have no clue.

I Know You Want Me by Pitbull was my example for American musicians using Spanish
Nobody by the Wonder Girls is probably an example of what you're trying to point out.

It's just a couple of short english statements, whatever xD.
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Posted 8/4/09
Boa Kwon can sing in japanese
That all i know
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Posted 8/5/09

A-M-Y-R-E-M-I-X wrote:

Wait.
Are you trying to say Asian SINGERS that SING in a foreign language besides english?
Your "n"s and "g"s are confusing a LOT of people xD.

And to answer that question:
I'm just going to use DBSK.
DBSK is basically a Korean boyband. But when they did their Asian tour, they had to speak several languages such as Chinese and Japanese. I'm not sure if they SANG in different languages while they were in foreign countries but that's the closest I can get to answer that question.

Besides, some American R&B and Hip Hop musicians use Spanish in their songs, so it's sort of the same technique that Asian artists use just to make the music sound more . . . Cooler? I have no clue.

I Know You Want Me by Pitbull was my example for American musicians using Spanish
Nobody by the Wonder Girls is probably an example of what you're trying to point out.

It's just a couple of short english statements, whatever xD.


I agree with you on this. It's makes us a little diverse too, i guess. it's like connecting with one other
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