How do you pronouce Singer and Longer?

Dear Beeesneees,

How do you pronounce singer and longer. I pronounce both of them with an ng sound as per IPA, rather than with a g sound. But some speakers tend to pronounce them with a g sound. Which sounds awkward to me. I’d like to take your pronunciation as my standard. So would you do me a favour?

kind regards.

They are pronounced differently.
They both have the ‘ng’ phonic blend <ŋ>, but the ‘ng’ blend is followed by a sounded ‘g’ in ‘longer’ <ŋɡ>.
You can hear them here:
oald8.oxfordlearnersdictionaries … ary/singer
oald8.oxfordlearnersdictionaries … ger#long_2

Please allow reasonable time for a response before posting a ‘prompt’. You only left 4 minutes between your original message and your second message.
Also please consider possible time differences! Your first message was posted at 4.50am for me!

Dear Beees,

Thank you very much for your lucid explanation. I’ve got exactly what I want. Sorry for my inconsiderate rush. Have a nice day.

kind regards.