Genre: inuit traditionalPlay genre
Inuit traditional music is a genre that originates from the indigenous people of the Arctic regions of North America. It is characterized by throat singing, drumming, and chanting, and often incorporates sounds from nature such as the wind and animals. The music is deeply connected to the Inuit culture and way of life, and is often used in ceremonies and celebrations. The genre has gained wider recognition in recent years, with contemporary artists incorporating traditional elements into their music.