Singapore Scene: Music from Yung Raja, The Oddfellows, Nathan Hartono

Rapper Yung Raja's single, like his past tracks, feature spitfire rhymes in English and Tamil.
Rapper Yung Raja's single, like his past tracks, feature spitfire rhymes in English and Tamil.PHOTO:UNIVERSAL MUSIC SINGAPORE

SINGAPORE - Singaporean artistes are making use of their multilingual capabilities in their music, as seen in this selection of recent releases.

Rapper Yung Raja's single, like his past tracks, feature spitfire rhymes in English and Tamil; crooner Nathan Hartono sings in Mandarin, while pop singer Awi Rafael updates an alternative rock classic from American band Dishwalla with Malay verses.

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