Pop singer Lights has wowed her fans yet again by releasing her single Giants in four different languages, and that’s not including the original English version.
Singing in Japanese, French, Tagalog and Spanish you would think she had out done herself, but no! She didn’t stop there.
The 30-year-old singer then went on to translate the first issue of her comic book Skin&Earth in all four languages also.
She really is proving her super human abilities at the moment.
Lights made the announcement on her Instagram where she told fans about how much effort she had put into the project.
She said: ‘Giants in four languages, yeah. Spanish, French, Tagalog and Japanese, and it was so much work but so worth it.
‘Thank you to all the people involved in pulling this together. It was so hard and learning to sing in all these different languages was also very hard.’
She then went on to explain what her influences were behind choosing these certain languages. We were wondering about Tagalog…
She said: ‘Japanese was the hardest for sure, but I have a grid for it because of manga and anime watching that a lot having been influenced by that a lot.
‘Tagalog has a huge place in my heart I grew up in the Philippines. French, being Canadian it’s part of Canadian culture, so I had to do French.’
She then added: ‘And last but not least Spanish, huge place in my heart, my mum grew up in Columbia, Beau’s [her husband] whole family is Mexican, so being able to do a whole song in Spanish was a long time coming.’
We are very impressed.
This comes after Lights released a six part comic book series called Skin&Earth last year, which she drew and wrote all by herself, on top of producing an album that went side by side with the creation.
On top of this she has made an online scavenger hunt that allows fans to delve deep into her make believe world and find hidden tracks and release dates the singer had secretly left behind.
And she is definitely not slowing down as she’s about to head off on her US tour.
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