International Workgroup presents: Songs We’ve Been Listening To, Pt. 1

The international workgroup playlist – part 1 – is here! Check out: a Belgain rapper whose video has more than 200 million views; beautiful Korean folk pop; toetapping “electro-cumbia” from Mexico; a 60s French classic; and breathtaking Russian throat singing.

1. Stromae (Belgium) – Papaoutai

Belgium’s finest rapper and pop auteur takes a trip to the uncanny valley.

2. Lee Lang (Korea) – 이랑 잘 알지도 못하면서 (translates to “You Don’t Really Know”—a full translation is available here)

Korean singer-songwriter makes thoroughly charming folk music from circular melodies.

3. Afrodita (Mexico) – Guerros

Duo from DF, Mexico – Irreverent electrocumbia pop

4. Jacques Dutronc (France) – Cactus

Classic French rock.

5. Huun Huur Tu (Tuva, Russia) – Chiraa-Khoor

Throat singing distinctive of folk music from the Mongolian regions of Mongolia, Inner Mongolia (China) and Tuva (Russia).