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Is it weird for a African American to like Asian music?

Well i'm 14 and people look at me as if i'm a freak cause I like asian music O.o is it weird? I mean Im mixed with etc but I don't think that matters

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It isn't weird. I am a Mexican who listens to American music. That's normal, just listen to what you like...(By the way, Race doesn't matter on what music you listen too)

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...Race doesn't matter. It's not weird..

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FunnyLittleFrog

No, it's not weird. Just be you.

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Why would race matter?

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I don't find it weird for a African American to like Asian music especially K-Pop.

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Not to me. To me it is a sign of having an open mind to try different styles of music, art, literature, whatever, rather than sticking only to what you're "supposed to like."

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It's not wierd.
I'm Hispanic and I listen to British music. Australian music occasionally. Sometimes Creole is kinda cool. . .

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No. There is no such thing as a genetic disposition to like a certain type of music simply because one's skin color is of a certain shade. It's like me saying that I am programmed to like Folk music and country music because my dad is Icelandic and my mom is from Alabama.

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not at all. if someone calls you a freak because you are an African american who likes Asian music, you can actually go to court and sue them for racial discrimination and profiling. now, stereo-typically, African Americans do not listen to music from an Asian country of origin, but stereotypes are simply an image that people conjure in the minds as to what a certain object is or should be like. but no one should be biased and base what someone else's music should be of of their own stereotypes.

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fritzmerde

No more odd than an Asian listening to African American tunes

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No any one can like any type of music which touches his/her heart, we are Indian and we like many western music, Arabic music, Indian classic music, qawwalis, Sufi music, etc. It is absolutely personal and no interference of color, creed, nationality or where you live on earth.

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Hah no it's not.

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you have no life.....0-0
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That was mean!
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Why do I have no life?
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im soooo sorry, you have the same username as my friend, i was just messin with him, so soorrryyyy
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It's not weird at all!

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JuggaloPride

No. I'm American and listen to music from WW2 from all countries and even from WW1 and way before that, I listen to Scottish bagpipe music and I listen to Irish Rebellion music and German Electronica, I even listen to Sicilian and Italian 1920's, 1940's and 1940's mafia and gang music.

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guess not

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I'm Mexican an I listen to Asian, Latin, and English music! It's not weird, youjust have an awesome taste in music:)

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it doesn't matter, you like what you like.

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