Translation:I don't like to listen to his music.
Is there a way to differentiate between "the music he makes" (aka he is an artist and i dislike his music) vs "the music he listens to" (aka my boss playing music in the office)?
Not really. If you say in English, "his music" I don't think you know I either. In Chinese, you could literally say "the music he makes" “他做的音乐“
My boss plays the internet radio every day in the office and makes all of the rest listen to it. He says studies have shown music improves productivity. Somehow though I think his music lowers it. I need this phrase.
So Duolingo wanted to interpret 他／她 audio as always female...and suddenly it only accepts male. Get a grip Duolingo!