Tag Archives: foreign language music

Music Monday: My Top Five Male Francophone Singers

As a follow-up to last week’s post, I bring you my top five male francophone singers (in no particular order): Bruno Pelletier The artist that started my francophone music obsession. I still can’t believe that it’s been 15 years. There … Continue reading

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Music Monday: My Top Five Female Francophone Singers

A French music fan from Spain (SPAIN!) recently commented on an old post. The commenter was hoping to explore my blog to find some new music to buy. I’m all for helping other people spend their money! So, in honor … Continue reading

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Music Monday: Eurovision

The Grand Finale of the Eurovision Song Contest is this Saturday, May 26. Since most of the people who read this blog are in North America, I guess I need to explain. The Eurovision Song Contest is an annual song-writing competition among … Continue reading

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“Ai se eu te pego” debuts on the American music charts!

 Ai Se Eu Te Pego, made it onto the Billboard Hot 100 this week! It’s only number 95 right now, but that’s a start. Maybe there’s hope for foreign language music in the US after all!

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Music appreciation international

I’m a big fan of French pop music, so I follow the news and the charts. Yesterday, I read that the song “Ai Si Eu Te Pego,” by Brazilian artist Michel Telo, broke the French record for most downloaded song ever. The … Continue reading

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