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anyone wonders what's the trend would be like for years to come?right now here in singapore,its korean pop.not so sure about the united states.

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Probably a different kind of pop

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Originally Posted by Cianyx View Post

Probably a different kind of pop



 

Yup. Pop is pop and most likely will always be pop. Record companies will always find different forms of music to exploit and make POPular.

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Hmm..

 

There is no new music in the world of Demolition Man (1993), and the most popular oldies are all short, catchy commercial jingles like “Armor Hot Dogs.” In They Live (1988) all printed matter around contains subliminal advertising, with some fancy sunglasses a billboard (normally displaying "Come to the Caribbean" written above an attractive woman lying on a beach) now displays the text "Marry and Reproduce."

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Right now pop music in the U.S. is turning into a combination of electro and rap.

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Yeah, a lot of music in the US is moving towards dance beats (take drum and bass and slow it down), autotune, and lyrics about getting wasted.

 

Good stuff :X

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Originally Posted by garych View Post

anyone wonders what's the trend would be like for years to come?right now here in singapore,its korean pop.not so sure about the united states.


To be honest I won't really call kpop to be a music trend in Singapore. Its more like... guys ogling at the girl groups music videos and girls ogling at the boy bands. I see more video watching than music listening really.

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