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Is Janan Sawa a Legend?

mrzurnaci

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Cascade said:
I gotta say that I do like Min Pumakh, Min Pumy by Janan Sawa.

It doesn't sound Kurdish at all. It sounds more Assyrian with a bit of western. His best song.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JIt0g993cCY
Don't forget that it's hard being a song-writer, composer, AND a singer all in one person. It's more cost effective to just make Assyrian versions of folk songs and use them for khigga remixes than it is to make actual, legit Assyrian music.

For Assyrians to truly shine in creativity and develop our native music, we need to create a market for that then. We need to create a market for original, Assyrian songs that can be remixed for khigga or whatever.
 
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