Diggadgy – Misha.

Hi people! šŸ™‚

One day last year I was deadly bored so decided to spend time at least a bit productively and search for as many songs as possible that have Misha in the title or in the lyrics, and some good ones possibly. The song I want to show you today is one of them. As I heard it for the first time I thought it’s incredibly weird and that I don’t like it. But something attracted me strongly to it and I listened to it once again, and then again, and again. I am not among the people who if they like a song, set it on repeat and listen over and over for the whole day or longer until they can’t stand it anymore, quite the oposite, if I particularly like something, if I listen to it, it’s a celebration. Unless it’s one of my crushes, then I can listen to them all the time and not be bored. But with this song it was just so odd. I thought it’s weird, but couldn’t stop listening to it. Was it that Misha – the only word I can understand here – making it? Maybe, but I guess it has to be something more. So finally, after being forced by my brain to listening to this song about five or six times in a row, I just had to grow to it admitted that yes, it’s weird, but I like it. Hard to say why, because it’s really weird.

I showed this to Zofijka shortly after I discovered it and she said it’s scary. But then she said “Play this once again”. – You said it’s scary so what’s the point? –

Because I want to hear it once more and see if it is really as scary as I think. –

Addictive or what? šŸ˜€ And then Zofijka wanted me to download this song on to her Pendriveand although she still thought it’s scary, she also said she likes it. I was joking that when Misha will die, I will be going around moaning like this lady here and Zofijka said she will too.

I would really like to know what’s the background of this song. What is behind it, what it is about, who that Misha is. Cause I still like this song a lot.

And I don’t even have a clue what language this is. I tried to find it out from the video or who Diggadgy is, but it didn’t really work out. I haven’t found out anything about Diggadgy and the description under the video as well as most or all of the comments are in some language that uses a different alphabet than Latin, which makes it impossible for me to read it because my Braille display recognises only Latin characters and most of my synthesisers have no idea how to read that stuff at least approximately. I thought at first it’s Russian maybe, but it doesn’t really sound like Russian, does IT? Now I suppose it has to be one of the languages spoken on the Balkans, or maybe it’s from one of the Asian countries under the huge influence of Russia like Kazakhstan? Just my assumptions.

If anyone of you would recognise the language, I’d be incredibly grateful if you told me which one it is, my curiosity will eat me up some day. I’d be even more grateful if by some miracle anyone would know/guess, what’s it about.

And, of course, as always, I’m curious what you think about it. šŸ™‚


3 thoughts on “Diggadgy – Misha.”

  1. Hi there,
    The song might be in Hindi or Sanskrit and Misha means happy for the entire life in Hindi (http://www.bachpan.com/Meaning-of-Misha.aspx).
    Why not like Diggadgy on FB and tell him that you like his music and ask if he can tell you which song he sampled for the Misha song? He seems to be a very friendly guy.
    If you like Diggadgy you might also like Tara Putra – my favorite right now…

    Regards to you and your lucky cat – always very happy : )

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    1. Wow thanks! šŸ™‚ Hindi definitely does make sense here. I’ve read before on behindthename.com that Misha also means “smile” in Sanskrit, but “happy for the entire life” is even better. Taraputra sounds very interesting!


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