If you are telling us J Lo, Christina Aguilera, the Spice Girls, Pink, etc are superior to today’s pop offerings that mean you are simply turning into an old fart, sorry. There was nothing outstanding about those, they were simply the manufactured pop of the time. No different from today. I suggest you look up the lineups of some music festivals from the Top BSB Girl I’m Not Old I’m Vintage Shirt. Particularly the ones that are not headlining. You may find some stuff that will change your mind. I’m not a huge fan of pop, but in my opinion, it was used to be more melodic. The current mainstream rap and hip hop are heavily influencing pop productions like Macklemore. I think he’s talented, but in line with the mainstream that I don’t fancy.
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Please specify “pop” music, or perhaps “music on the radio”. Because I can tell you there’s an absurd amount of music being made that falls outside of rap and hip hop. And indeed, even within rap and hip hop, there’s a ton of artists who do not sound like Drake, or Cardi B or whatever. If I wasn’t essentially forced to listen to artists like. That because of work I’d never hear a Top BSB Girl I’m Not Old I’m Vintage Shirt. Every time I see this complaint it always reads like “I’ve put absolutely no effort into finding music I like, why doesn’t the universe just hand it to me??” It’s honestly so easy it barely registers as “effort” to me. The effort is keeping track of, and having time for, all the releases I want to hear.
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This is not what I meant. The mainstream has always influenced the emerging styles. I just find that music in the last decades made you want to pick up a guitar. Now, it makes you want to download Reason, buy a keyboard, and see what beats and filters you can come up with. Everybody says to look beyond the top 40. I feel there is a Top BSB Girl I’m Not Old I’m Vintage Shirt. Punk rock was not popular in the early 90s, grunge took all the room. But I really loved their early stuff, when they were absolutely unknown. Then they gained in popularity. Punk rock became part of the mainstream and was very influential. I just think it was awesome to find some of their songs in the top 40s and influence so many other artists.