Recognizable Influence of Tamil Music in Europe

One of the most common topics that people around the globe cannot agree on is music. This is a story that is present for centuries and will be a topic of debate for centuries to come. The modern time has shown us that opening your mind to new experiences and music genres can help us in other spheres of life.

Different tastes in music should not prevent the people from socializing and being friends, although there are some stereotypes related to the genre. Music must be a place to find unity in understanding, appreciating, and combining different styles without strict limiting rules to follow. One famous example of the process mentioned above is the effect of Tamil Music in some parts of Europe


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As people all over the world instantly feel and associate specific sound, rhythm, and instruments with national Turkey music, they forget that some of it are influenced by the “guru sound of South India.” Pop music of today is a business that gives people in that field a well-paid profession. Similarly to the chronological path in Tamil music starting from the early 1930th until today, the shift from the actors, dancers, is transferred to the singers having the final say. The emotional tone of pop songs in Turkey can be heard in the combination of Tamil and the Carnatic music highly popular to a broader audience of around 80 million people, mostly in or from India.


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The history implies that Turkey and Serbia are connected in more cultural, mentality-alike, traditions, religion, and of course, music. People tend to forget that Serbia as an essential cultural, economic, and stability factor in Balkan influences in a significant percentage all other countries around it. Music has a considerable part to play in the lives of people living in Serbia. Pop music in Serbia has a broad audience that is followed even in Germany, France, Austria, etc. The rhythm, full-emotions, must-dance, bits so familiar to India that even the famous Tamil music producer, director, songwriter A.R Rahman would be proud of are made in Serbia. Grand Production is the motherland that allows this genre to evolve in dimensions out of any logical expectations. Rising star DJ Vujo is a person who recognized the potential of Tamil music and developed it to a sound that has spread through the countries on Balkan like a virus people can’t have enough.

Bosnia and Herzegovina

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Tamil Music Inspires Other Cultures such as the case in Bosnia and Herzegovina. This is also a country in Balkan that has stronger cultural, religiously, and music connected topics to Turkey than Serbia. More than on any place in the world except in India the Tamil music has found its home with pop music today. Note that people from Serbia, Bosnia, Croatia, Montenegro, and Macedonia have very similar languages if not to say the same. This has made it easier to find parts of the bits from Tamil Music present in their lives today. Notably, Tamil music demands an understanding of deep emotional tones transferring a message that can touch a person’s heart every time you hear it. Similar to this topic, especially Bosnian “Sevdah” songs can move you into the same direction carrying the same message. Pop music here finds the way to get you out of your chair and gets you dancing without much asking.

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