Guess That Song Challenge (International Edition)

– ♪ (singing in foreign language) ♪
– ♪ (singing in foreign language) ♪ – Tagalog!
– (FBE) That is correct, it’s tagalog. – It is right? (screams)
– (FBE) Yes! ♪ (upbeat intro) ♪ Since there’s so many
different languages spoken in the world today,
it is a perfect opportunity for us to appreciate
this amazing diversity through the universal language,
music. – Oh yay, okay, cool.
– Ooh, okay – Oh, okay.
– That’s my speciality! Y’all don’t even know.
I’m gonna win this one for sure. – (FBE) So today we’ll be doing
a Guess That Language challenge. – Oh!
– Guess That Language, okay cool. – I feel like I should
do good at this, ’cause my dad speaks
like five languages, but like… – That’s a lot of pressure.
– I know. – I’ve been delving a lot more
into music in Spanish. A lot of my favorite artists
are like bilingual and will sing music in English
and Spanish, which is really dope. – (FBE) Here are the rules. I’m going to play you a few songs
for three seconds, 10 seconds, and 15 seconds at a time. You’ll be aiming to guess
just the language the song is in. Hit the buzzer
when you know the answer, and if you guess it wrong,
then your opponent would have the chance to guess.
And then afterwards, we’ll watch a little bit
of the music video for you. – Oh, that’s so fun, yay!
– Okay, let’s do it. – (FBE) Are you ready
for your first song? – I am super ready. – ♪ (sings in foreign language) ♪
(bell rings) – Is this English? This is English, no, what?
(buzzer rings) – That’s not English.
– That sounded like it. – ♪ (sings in foreign language) ♪ (bell rings)
– Korean? – (FBE) That is correct! – Oh, I should’ve gotten that! (bell rings)
– Is that Korean? (bell rings)
That was really fast. I was like, it’s either like Korean
or Japanese. (bell rings)
– Ugh! Dang it!
– I got this! – Just a second late!
– Dude, yes! It is Korean. (bell rings)
– Korean? (bell rings)
Okay. That sounded like K-Pop, I had to think about it
for a sec though. – So I’ve never heard K-Pop before.
– Oh, oh! – ♪ (sings in Korean) ♪ (bell rings) – I’m gonna go off
the instrumentals here. I wanna say this is from like India,
but I don’t know the language. – Oh nevermind,
we were way off on that one. – Oh, what did you think?
(bell rings) – I was gonna say Portugese.
(buzzer rings) – ♪ (singing in Korean) ♪
(bell rings) – Yeah, the only thing
I would hear to guess is K-Pop. Korean.
(bell rings) – What, what?
– Is it Korean, ah wow! – Bro, you’re killing me, oh my God!
You got lucky! – Dude, I’m surprised
I didn’t even get that, because I feel like on Twitter
and on social media, all you see nowadays is like BTS
and all that stuff. – ♪ (singing in Korean) ♪
– Oh, I know this! – ♪ (singing in Korean) ♪ ♪ Heads up ♪
– She does speak English right there. So technically he was right. – They’re so cute!
– Right? – Dude, they’re like killing it.
They’re taking over. They performed at Coachella.
– Yeah! – And like they sold out
all their tour dates and everything. – (FBE) BLACKPINK is the highest
charting female K-Pop girl group formed by YG Entertainment. – What?
– Wow. – What?
– So we’re really uncultured. – Wow!
– Bro! – (FBE) Fun fact about them
is that if we combine all the languages that
the four members are fluent in, they can communicate
in five different languages: English, Japanese, Korean,
Chinese and Thai. – Whoa!
– Wow! – This also exists in Japanese
and in Chinese, and in like seven other languages? That’s really tight. – ♪ (singing in foreign language) ♪ – I couldn’t hear it
’cause of the guitar. The guitar was way too loud.
– I just heard vowels, I just heard the couple sounds,
I don’t know. – ♪ (sings in foreign language) ♪
(bell rings) – That didn’t sound like Arabic.
– Arabic. (buzzer rings) – Ah!
– I’m like that doesn’t sound like it. – I was like I got this one.
(bell rings) – Italian.
(buzzer rings) (bell rings)
– Vietnamese. (buzzer rings)
What? – I don’t know.
(bell rings) – Turkish?
(buzzer rings) Cool.
– Oh, cool. (laughs) – Need more time, you need more time?
– Yeah, I need more time, I need more time.
– Yeah, let’s do more time. – ♪ (sings in foreign language) ♪ (bell rings)
– Vietnamese? (buzzer rings)
(bell rings) – Cantonese.
(buzzer rings) – Thai?
(buzzer rings) (bell rings)
– Tagalog? (bell rings)
Really, yay! (bell rings)
– Oh my God, I bet I get it right! Is it Filipino?
Tagalog! (bell rings)
Oh! – (FBE) That is correct, it’s Tagalog.
– Is it right? – (FBE) Yes.
– Woo! – What?
– I cheated too, ’cause you know, I’m half Filipino, you know? – ♪ (sings in Tagalog) ♪ – I would guess,
I would go for Thailand. It might be Thailand. (bell rings)
– Thai. (buzzer rings)
(bell rings) – Vietnamese?
(buzzer rings) – It’s not Italian, it’s not Spanish. (bell rings)
– Hebrew. (buzzer rings)
(bell rings) – Is it Portuguese?
(buzzer rings) – Oh, oh my God.
I just got it! (bell rings)
Tagalog? (bell rings)
Oh my God! – How did you guess that?
– I don’t know! – I think I’m gonna
have to give this one in. – I give up, I’m so sorry.
– (FBE) This is Tagalog. – Tagalog, damn it!
– Oh my God! Ah, I’m sorry
to all my Philliapino friends! Oh my God! – ♪ (sings in Tagalog) ♪ – (speaks in Tagalog) – Makes sense now, oh my God. – This is like so cute.
– I know. – Wow, you have such a good ear. – ‘Cause I grew up in apartment,
all my neighbors, literally all my neighbors
were Filipino. – (FBE) This is Kung ‘Di Rin Lang Ikaw
by December Avenue, which is translated to
If It Wasn’t You, it’s basically a sad love song,
talking about being friendzoned. – Oh, poor guy. – (FBE) December Avenue
is an indie rock band known to touch their fans’ hearts
with their lyrics. Their band name has a story behind it.
So according to the lead vocalist, Zel Bautista, December Avenue
represents the meaning of their songs which mostly talk about life
and moving on, and December is
the last month of the year so it’s an avenue
towards the new year, and it leads to new life. – Wow, that’s so deep. – Yeah, I was gonna say,
that’s really deep. – I like totally agree with that,
’cause like December, there’s so many events that happen
in my life of the month of December, so sometimes I wish I could just like
skip over and start, you know, into the next year.
I really like that. – ♪ (sings in foreign language) ♪
(bell rings) – Portuguese.
(buzzer rings) – Japanese?
(bell rings) – Oh, not even close! (laughs) – ♪ (sings in Japanese) ♪ – What?
(bell rings) Oh, Japanese?
– (FBE) That’s correct! – Really, oh no, I didn’t get that.
I was gonna say Italian, like for what reason,
I don’t know. (bell rings)
– Japanese. (bell rings)
Yeah, okay. – I recognize for a little bit. (bell rings)
– Is it Japanese? (bell rings)
– Is this Japanese? (bell rings)
I watch way too much anime. That’s what it is. – It just sounded like
an opening for like an anime. – ♪ (sings in Japanese) ♪ – This sounds depressing. – Oh, I mean, this is a way
this could go, I guess. – I like the piano. Everybody needs a band to be selling,
so I like this. – That one was beautiful.
– Yeah. – The like music to it
was really nice. – It was nice, it was like a calming,
like a chill song. – That could definitely be
an anime outro though. I could see that being
the outro for sure. – Oh yeah, when they reflect
on all the characters. – (FBE) This song is called Lemon
by Yonezu Kenshi, and he is a very versatile artist,
because he’s not only a singer/songwriter,
but also he’s an illustrator and producer of his own songs. – That’s so cool when you have someone
who’s like multi-talented in art. – (FBE) He has also written
many theme songs for animes and movies.
– Oh! – (FBE) And this song specifically
is written for a hit Japanese TV drama called Unnatural.
– Whoa, nice. – So he’s very like multipurpose. – (FBE) How do you guys
think you’re doing so far? – I think this is it. I think the rest,
I’m just like not getting any. – ♪ (sings in foreign language) ♪ (bell rings)
– Turkish? – ♪ (sings in foreign language) ♪ (bell rings)
– This is very obvious. – Punjabi, oh.
– What’d you say? – Nothing, I don’t know,
what did I say, I don’t remember? (bell rings)
– I know the country. – Yeah.
– This is from India. I don’t know the language call,
I don’t know what it’s called. (bell rings)
– Was it Arabic? (buzzer rings)
– No. Hindi?
(bell rings) – (FBE) That is correct.
– That, nice! (bell rings)
– It’s Hindi! (bell rings)
– Is it Hindi? (bell rings)
Oh [bleep]! – I need to hear more. – (FBE) So no guesses for this round?
– No. – ♪ (sings in Hindi) ♪ – Hin, Hin, Hin, it’s Hindi!
(bell rings) Oh!
– Ah, you’re… (bell rings)
– Hindi. (bell rings)
There we go, yeah. – ♪ (sings in Hindi) ♪ – Hell yeah!
– Yeah! – Got the hair flip.
– That’s so cool. – Damn, her moves though. – Whoa!
– Oh, how’d she do that? – I like that so much!
– I liked it, yeah it was good. – Is this from a film,
or from a music video? – (FBE) This is O SAKI SAKI, by Neha Kakkar, Tulsi Kumar
and B Praak, and this amazing performer on screen
is Nora Fatehi, who also plays an important character
in this Bollywood film, Batla House. – Oh nice.
– Alright. – (FBE) Neha Kakkar was never
formally trained in music, but she managed to create
her own success story. She has become one of the top
listed singers of Bollywood, and is among one of
the most followed Indian celebrities on social media today.
– Impressive. – Wow, I mean, I see it.
Like, she is a working woman, she is a boss. – ♪ (sings in foreign language) ♪ (bell rings)
– Ah, you go. – Is it Chinese, no, is it?
(buzzer rings) Okay.
– Italian? (buzzer rings) – ♪ (sings in foreign language) ♪ (bell rings)
– Oh wait. – Is that Portuguese?
(buzzer rings) – ♪ (sings in foreign language) ♪ (bell rings)
– Oh, I know what that is. – This is French.
(bell rings) Oh yeah, oui oui.
– Aw man! (bell rings)
(laughs) Oh my God! (bell rings)
– Is it French? (bell rings) – That’s French, yeah.
(bell rings) – Ah!
– Can I hear a little bit more? – ♪ (sings in French) ♪ – French?
(bell rings) Ah, let’s go!
– Really? – Oh, I know, I know.
(bell rings) I know, it’s French.
(bell rings) Yeah.
– Really? – Yeah, it’s French. – ♪ (sings in French) ♪ – Wow!
– Oh, I’ve seen this guy. I’ve seen him! – ♪ (sings in French) ♪ (Alberto laughs) – Whoa, he works out. – ♪ (sings in French) ♪ – Yeah.
– Such a pretty language! – It’s so smooth,
it just kinda rolls out. – He’s like the French Khaled. – (FBE) The is La Meme by Maitre Gims
featuring Vianney. Maitre Gims comes from
a musical family background and is a singer/rapper
known for his powerful vocals. – Oh, cool.
Top 10 in the world? – And he’s a rapper?
– That’s awesome. – We love duality. – (laughs)
We love multi-talented artists. – Yeah! (laughs) – ♪ (raps in foreign language) ♪ (bell rings)
– She, I only clicked it, ’cause you were about to, dang it. I’m just gonna go with
the Taiwanese. (buzzer rings) – ♪ (raps in foreign language) ♪
(bell rings) – Wait a minute, hold on a second.
I heard him say the word designer. I’m gonna say it’s English. (buzzer rings)
No? (bell rings)
– Is this Russian? (buzzer rings) – ♪ (raps in foreign language) ♪ – Is that Vietnamese?
(buzzer rings) – Is it Russian?
(buzzer rings) (bell rings)
– No. – Is that German?
(bell rings) – No!
(bell rings) – [bleep] I don’t know, Thai?
(buzzer rings) – I’m gonna pass on that one. – If a French guy
was rapping that fast, I wouldn’t be able to tell
it was French necessarily. – We’re gonna need a little more time. – ♪ (raps in German) ♪ (bell rings)
– Is it Italian? (buzzer rings)
– No, it has to be Asian. (bell rings)
– Farsi? (buzzer rings)
(bell rings) – Oh, you go.
– Russian? (buzzer rings)
(bell rings) – Is this German?
(bell rings) – Yes, I, ah, damn it,
again bro. – ♪ (raps in German) ♪ – It’s not Hebrew?
(buzzer rings) I honestly can’t guess,
they speak so fast. (bell rings) – Is it like Hebrew?
(buzzer rings) – Greek, I don’t know.
(buzzer rings) – Oh.
(bell rings) No, that sounded way…
– (FBE) Jasser. – Arabic?
(buzzer rings) Yeah, no way, terrible.
– You know what’s weird? At the end of that,
it sounded like Swedish. So that’s my guess, Swedish.
(buzzer rings) – I feel like you’re closer. – (FBE) That was German. – (both) Oh! – Oh my God, I hear it now.
– Damn it! – What?
– Eh, damn. – That’s kinda why I said Swedish.
– Ah, you were super close. That was the hot,
like the closest answer. – But I think we like
threw ourselves off with that huh. – Yeah the huh, for sure.
Do they even have a huh? – I don’t think so. – Huh, by the way for those of you who don’t know
what the heck we’re saying is a letter in the Arabic alphabet. – ♪ (raps in German) ♪ – Whoa. – That looks like something
we would see here, no? – I don’t know if I would’ve
guessed from this, though. – That’s really fast.
– Yeah. – Dang.
– He was going off. – German goes with
hip-hop beats really well, because there’s so many consonants,
and having consonants in hip-hop songs that are
high, upbeat like that, that flows really well,
I like that. – (FBE) Well this is Baller Los by Mero. He is a 19 year old German rapper
that rose to fame on Instagram. He began posting videos of himself
rapping on Instagram in 2017, and was later signed,
which led him to his debut, which is this song, Baller Los,
making him the first German rapper to reach the top of the German
and Austrian single charts. – Nice, yeah, it’s a good,
first of all, he has like really nice flow. I think out of everything
I listened to, it’s probably my favorite. – I feel like it’s so common now
to kinda be popular based off of like, social media, rather than
a label finding you, so it’s cool that he like
put himself out there. Like look what it got him. – (FBE) Kenneth you are our winner! – Yay!
– Good job, congrats. – This is so bad.
– (laughs) Dude, I love how before, how I like said nothing about winning ’cause I was like I know
I’m gonna lose this, ’cause I suck at music. And you’re like “Oh, I got this!” – It was close.
(bell rings) – I got some help. – I think I was just distracted
by the tune, instead of listening to the words? – Yeah, I hear you,
the music definitely makes it a little bit more challenging, right? Especially the German one,
like they’re going so fast. – Language might be different,
but the meaning behind the music is all similar, and that’s really
what’s important. – Thanks for watching us
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23 thoughts on “Guess That Song Challenge (International Edition)

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  • October 6, 2019 at 6:33 pm

    I loved this challenge

  • October 6, 2019 at 7:39 pm

    All indians just….came for this!😉

  • October 6, 2019 at 7:47 pm

    See when I tell you that locals only know BTS and don’t even care about the other groups 😭😭

  • October 6, 2019 at 10:04 pm

    hindi song with a moroccan dancer in indian film

  • October 6, 2019 at 10:37 pm

    Damn! Producer lady nails pronunciation on all names and styles! Nice! So Cool! Wow!

  • October 6, 2019 at 11:53 pm

    Do they even know what Portuguese sounds like? 😅😅

  • October 7, 2019 at 2:27 am

    I am Filipino and i got the song so quick

  • October 7, 2019 at 3:19 am

    No one:
    Literally no one:
    Them: iS tHiS pOrTuGuEsE ?!

  • October 7, 2019 at 5:45 am

    The Japanese singer mentioned here sang Peace Sign (The second opening of My Hero Academia!)

  • October 7, 2019 at 5:51 am

    I want more of these

  • October 7, 2019 at 7:04 am

    Why you react to the same kpop? There is like 100 different groups

  • October 7, 2019 at 7:12 am

    i don't get why they kept using blackpink when there are other groups out there. but eh. its okay at least you did put Korean pop.

  • October 7, 2019 at 7:14 am

    Such a dissapointment for those two boys

  • October 7, 2019 at 9:29 am

    Omg ich hör das erste mal was deutsches hier 😂 wie cool

  • October 7, 2019 at 9:38 am

    german rap y’all i gotta go this is embarrassing

  • October 7, 2019 at 10:09 am


  • October 7, 2019 at 10:28 am

    Im still disappointed they didnt know boombayah by blackpink

  • October 7, 2019 at 10:38 am

    The second song is music to my ears 😂👌

  • October 7, 2019 at 11:39 am

    lemon starts playing


  • October 7, 2019 at 11:56 am

    Indo Like????

  • October 7, 2019 at 12:39 pm

    i was expecting there's Bahasa in this video lol

  • October 7, 2019 at 1:59 pm

    Make another one with portuguese.

  • October 7, 2019 at 3:52 pm

    Nora fethi is a Moroccan


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