How real is Delhi’s love for English music?

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Can English and Delhi go hand in hand? You will realize soon once you witness the Delhiites’ love for English music. It’s OK to be ‘cool’. Question is what is our definition of ‘cool’? If it’s just listening to English songs without actually knowing the lyrics and meaning of the song, then you know what is actually is.


To justify the above anecdote, #fame music asked the youth of Delhi about their favorite English song and the results that came out are hilarious as well as shocking. So here is a hilarious video Delhi Sucks at English Songs!! where the people of Delhi are showing their passion for foreign music trying to sing their favorite English Song, in their own version, in their own tunes. Hope the makers of these songs never get to hear the mutated versions of their creation.


The idea here is to bring out that although the new generation claims to love international music, when asked to sing out their favorite English songs, they just can’t get it right. Is it the time to think where we are heading to in the bargain of showcasing ourselves as ‘Cool?’ The funniest part is some even recite their school prayer to show their talent of angrezi songs! Long live the English Songs! The video is already trending on the web and on social media #fame’s digital video network spans several social and digital platforms including YouTube, Facebook, WeChat, DailyMotion among others.



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