French rap singer Dominic Singery, best known for his hit song “Dominate Me” and his hit film Dominate Me 2, has been asked to give an explanation about why he is singing in French, saying he is learning a new language and the accent isn’t a problem.
Singery, a native of New York City, recently made headlines for saying he would be willing to speak in English.
He told NBC’s Meet the Press on Wednesday that he was trying to learn a new style of singing and it wasn’t a huge issue.
“I think it’s the accent,” he said.
“It’s just something that I have to learn.
You have to do a little bit of work with your accent.
You just have to be a little more careful.
I’m not a professional singer.
I’ve never been in a situation where I’ve done it, and I know I can still do it.”
Singery is one of several rappers who are now asking people to explain their accents when they perform.
A similar trend has been observed in the world of film and television, where actors from all over the world have made requests to explain how they speak, such as the actor from British TV series EastEnders.
The American actor, James Franco, who plays Frank Underwood, has also asked fans to explain accents in his upcoming film adaptation of his life story.
The trend is spreading on social media and some pop stars are using their Instagram pages to ask fans to change their accents.
On Wednesday, British actor and rapper Lil Uzi Vert posted a photo of herself in French and asking for fans to take a moment to explain the accent.
The post has since been shared more than 20,000 times and gained more than 10,000 likes.
The actor and singer Justin Bieber is one celebrity who is not shy about voicing his accent, saying that he has used it in his videos.
In 2016, the singer released a music video for his single “Rise” in which he explained why he used a French accent.
The song was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Rap Performance, and was certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America.