Long French keep texts as simple as possible

Lange Frans love not hard to do. Also what his music is concerned, having it all is not complicated. “Keep it simple, is never anything more difficult.”

The language of a Long French fell in Taalbaas, a research of the dataredactie of KRO-NCRV, in cooperation with the NPO Radio 1-program The Taalstaat of Frits Spits, University of Leiden, the Institute for Dutch Language and the Meertens Institute to the wording in the Dutch music. The researchers found that the texts of Lange Frans en André Hazes a lot of similarities, because both artists opt for simple language.

What is also striking about the texts of French is that he in comparison with other rappers little English terms used. “Most Dutch people already speak English. We understood a little English and we babble a bit of English. But I just want people to know where the fok I’m talking about.”

Also examined Taalbaas which Dutch-language songs, the most of word repeats. The winner turned out to Jannes with his number After after after. A whopping 36 percent of that song consists of the word ’after’.

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