Spanglish, Swinglish, Swenglish, Franglais, etc.

lin·gua fran·ca

ˌliNGɡwə ˈfraNGkə/
noun
  1. a language that is adopted as a common language between speakers whose native languages are different
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I’ve got this

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Can’t fake the funk

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Old school

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don’t believe the hype

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baby, baby, baby

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Champagne Mami

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all night long

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till the break of dawn

LINGUA FRANCA

American entrepreneur Rachelle Hruska MacPherson founded ‘Lingua Franca’ to celebrate Hip Hop lyrics as the common language of our times. Each carefully sourced cashmere piece is hand-embroidered with an iconic line for a totally unique statement.

Slate Article: The Fall of Language in the Age of English


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