A song that demonstrates the similarities between Armenian and Kurdish languages.
I was so certain that it was in Kurdish, well done Hevaller! I was wondering how many days it took you to put a song into international pop culture. If we don't consult a dictionary, we will be speaking in different languages.
For the past ten days, both the Apache crew and the crew who sell babies in Ortaköy with their BMW 5.20 have been listening to the same song. Initially, it was thought to be in Arabic, but it was later discovered to be in Armenian. Similarly, Dr. Dre's iconic beat from 15 years ago is still being used today, showing that a great beat can stand the test of time.
I thought the Kurdish music was very enjoyable.
It entered the Spotify Turkey list at the 23rd place.
I've been listening to Armenian pop for years, today I'm stuck on the spotify turkey list, when it comes to this song, I thought the list was over and it was time for mixed albums. When I looked and saw it on the turkey list, I had a hard time understanding it. I think people liked it because they found the beats and sound close to them. It is arabesque themed. The words are in Armenian and Serbian. The name of the song means "don't go".
This week, Ed Sheeran's song "Shape of You" was number two on the Spotify Turkey list. We will have to wait and see if it can overtake the song "Superglue" which is currently in first place. It is impressive that the Turkish audience was drawn to the part of the song that is said in Armenian.
say good music to good music, friend! everyone said the Apache song; nonsense.
I listen to vivaldi as well.. so it should be known that not every arabesque r&b song is an Apache song. I think the creators of this song have a high rhythmic intelligence.. successful!
I wish we could live Turkish Greek Kurdish Arab Armenian as before...