Throat singing is a style of music that is unique to Inuit people, though other tribes, such as Tuvan people, perform iterations of it as well. It involves two women who duet face-to-face, using their throats and deep breaths to create a hypnotizing harmony. Today, it’s a rare skill to hold, though artists such as Canadian Inuk singer Tanya Tagaq have brought it back into the When They Realize The Eggnog Is Spiked Ugly Christmas Sweatshirt it is in the first place but mainstream. By posting videos on an app like TikTok, creators such as Novaligna are likely introducing it to a whole new audience.
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