'Lamong Hai Na Srey' The voice of a young Khmer-Canadian

'Lamong Hai Na Srey' The voice of a young Khmer-Canadian

11 lamong hai na srey

The new version of the song Lamong Hai Na Srey has been posted on Facebook. The voice of the golden pirate, who stated that he is Kon Khmer Nov Canada, imitated the song and posted it on social media. He used the photo of a beautiful girl on the left side, and on the right side he put the name of the song, the name of singer, and the Facebook page. There are around 2,400 likes and 520 shares.

Lap G Ra wrote: “He should sing Mr. Keo Sarat’s songs because it’s sweeter than this song. His voice is similar to Mr. Keo Sarat’s.”

On the other hand, Chhat Lengbun Chhay said: “There is no range and tone quality; singing sounds too nasally!!! The voice is so soft.” His suggestion: “If you want to sing beautifully, you should listen to some of older songs which are over breathing. Then try to sing with full voice and make it resonate. If you can do it, your voice may improve. Please do not choose songs that require using the diaphragm because it’s helpless.”

Ra Gu said: “Beautiful voice. After listening to it, I want to listen it again and again. Old songs are still beautiful for all people.”

The old songs are still popular among some youths. Loving and supporting Khmer songs are the best way to prevent the art and nation from fading away.

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