Maybe, but usually that much "other" indicates corrupted files. The only thing that worked for me was to save my stuff from the iPod to my computer via the cable-- make backups. Then with the cable through iTunes Restore to New, a factory restore; a total wipe. Then add back my stuff from the backup copies. It's a pain but it works! Good luck, Cheers.
"First you go settings/general/usage/music/then left swipe over music and press delete and you would think it deletes your music but it doesn't instead it deletes your other but make sure your ipod is connected to a computer while doing this"
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Next, usually restoring from backup eliminated the corrupted files. However, sometimes restoring to factory settings/new iPod is required.
To restore from backup see:
To restore to factory settings/new iPod see: