11 Countries with the Worst Music in the World

Even the title of the next article was funny for me: countries with the worst music in the world. When I read the title I said to myself, “Worst music, huh? What does it mean? Who says that a country has the worst music? That’s funny.” But of course I red through Insider Monkey’s latest article, and I really had a great time. Insider Monkey has made a great job again, as writing an article about the worst music couldn’t be easy as it’s absolutely subjective if a country’s music is pleasant or not for someone. We can speak about the worst singer or the worst songs, but the worst music….? Anyhow, checking out the whole article brought me an experience that most of the country’s music sounds pleasant to my ears. Especially Scottish bagpipe… I know lots of people think it is similar to a cat’s meowing, but I like it. It’s also true for the music in Peru. Anyway, as I mentioned to you it’s definitely subjective. If you like music, or just want to smile or laugh, or you like if somebody decides for you, read this amusing article, together, with us!

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Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked three of countries with the worst music in the world from their list.

The first country on our list is Scotland. Scotland is internationally known for its traditional music, which remained vibrant through all these years and even the pop era. Bagpipes are its recognizing mark, which is why some people rather avoid their parties. I must confess one of favorites is bagpipe. but I absolutely can imagine that it makes people nervous. The second country is Canada. Canada has diverse influences in music: American, English and French among many others. Its music industry is the sixth largest in the world. However, it was mentioned among the countries with worst music mainly because it is the home country of Justin Bieber. Peru is the last country on our list for now. The music of Peru is a mixture of sounds and styles from Andean, Spanish, and African roots. The Andean people are known mostly for the wind instruments and melodies they produce, while the African influences can be heard in the rhythm and percussion instruments. Also, it includes the use of drums.

For any further interesting information, read Insider Monkey’s article about 11 countries with the worst music in the world.

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