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LF Content Team | Updated on 2 February 2023
Learning German with Namika's music is fun, engaging, and includes a cultural aspect that is often missing from other language learning methods. It is also great way to supplement your learning and stay motivated to keep learning German!
Below are 1 song recommendations by Namika to get you started! Alongside each recommendation, you will find a snippet of the lyric translations with links to the full lyric translations and lessons for each of the songs!
Namika (given name, Hanan Hamdi), also known by the stage name Hän Violett, is a German singer and rapper. Namika grew up in Frankfurt. Her grandparents are Berber Moroccan, from the coastal city of Nador. She released her debut album, Nador, on 21 July 2015. The album includes her first single, 'Lieblingsmensch'. By the end of July 2015 the album had reached number thirteen in the German album charts. The single Lieblingsmensch debuted at number twenty-seven in the German single charts and climbed to number one after eight weeks. In 2018 she performed ' Je ne parle pas français' whose remix was featuring Black M. The song reached number one in the German charts. On 1 July, she released her second studio album "Que Walou".
1 Lieblingsmensch (Favorite Person)
Lieblingsmensch (Favorite Person)
Manchmal fühle ich mich hier falsch
Wie ein Segelschiff im All
Aber bist du mit mir an Bord
Bin ich gerne durchgeknallt
Sometimes I feel wrong here
Like a sailing ship in space
But are you with me on board
I'm happily crazy
The song "Lieblingsmensch" by Namika is about the importance of having a special person in your life who knows you well and accepts you for who you are. The lyrics describe how this person makes everything better, even mundane tasks like sitting in traffic or buying gas. The singer expresses gratitude for the trust and understanding they share with this person, and how they can be themselves around them. The song also touches on the ups and downs of any relationship, but ultimately celebrates the joy of having a "favorite person" in your life.
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