Good foreign music

YOUNG TUNA

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Ever heard a really good tune in a foreign language, like even if you don't have the craziest idea what they're singing it's still good. Well good news all the "foreign peeps" here at dnbforum. Now's your chance to post em, rate em etc. I dunno about you folks but for me it's sometimes really interesting to listen tunes even if you don't know what they're singing/rapping about. So let em come.

SO NON-ENGLISH SONGS ONLY

Raappana - Maasta Maahan
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qSlHO7Y9mUU
I don't really listen to reggae so much, not to even mention FINNISH reggae but I find this pretty smooth to listen. Don't really now how reggae in finnish sounds to peeps who can't understand the message but that's what I'm here to find out. What do you think?

Siiri Nordin - Sydämeeni Osuman Sain
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rdug6q3559A
Something completely different here. Pop song I guess. I love the melody and the string section, singing ain't bad either.
 

sam the dnb man

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I dont really listen to Foreign music..well I do but not music with foreign vocals if ya get mah meenin'

Check out Matamachete though they are like some Swiss Punk/Metal band with Breakcore influences.
Some of the songs are in english, some sound Japanese.. there is actually a link to a Matamachete album on here....just type in D Trash and im sure it will come up (y)
 

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I dont really listen to Foreign music..well I do but not music with foreign vocals if ya get mah meenin'

Check out Matamachete though they are like some Swiss Punk/Metal band with Breakcore influences.
Some of the songs are in english, some sound Japanese.. there is actually a link to a Matamachete album on here....just type in D Trash and im sure it will come up (y)
:teeth:

Did someone say 'machete' :teeth:
 
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