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Tha1ChiefRocka
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#21 | Posted: 03/14/2019 04:58 | Post subject: Reply with quote
baystateoftheart wrote:
two sides of the same coin. My point was moreso a zealous attitude towards technology which would align with power, control, and going against the government as the Grimes song suggests.


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Nah, not two sides of the same coin at all. Anti-fascists in punk music don't want to create an authoritarian government and kill off people based on their ethnicity etc.

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I'm ending the my side of the conversation here. Shouldn't have started talking about it in the first place.
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#22 | Posted: 03/14/2019 07:11 | Post subject: Reply with quote
baystateoftheart wrote:
- The boundaries between radio-oriented pop and radio-oriented r&b will become increasingly blurry.


Yep. Western pop music will keep getting worse. As much as I can't stand people like Justin Bieber, Taylor Swift, Ariana Grande, and Maroon 5, I suspect that much worse artists are just around the corner.
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#23 | Posted: 03/14/2019 10:23 | Post subject: Reply with quote
baystateoftheart wrote:
- There will be a country rap album that gets good reviews within the next decade.
- We will think of trap rap as a broader movement with a variety of distinct sub-genres within the next decade.
- Bubblegum bass will continue infiltrating mainstream pop for a least a few more years.
- More music is going to made for and consumed within social network-specific formats. Think music within Vine (R.I.P.), Tik Tok, and unknown future social networks with adjacent concepts. Don't know if this will spur a new genre, but it's possible.
- LGBTQ culture will produce at least one significant genre that does not currently exist.
- The boundaries between radio-oriented pop and radio-oriented r&b will become increasingly blurry.


This is genuinely the only way I can see it going down. To a fucking tee. Add Latin music having more of a mainstream pull and you’re perfect.
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#24 | Posted: 03/14/2019 10:28 | Post subject: Reply with quote
Not a new genre, but hyphy's gonna be making waves again soon.
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baystateoftheart
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#25 | Posted: 03/14/2019 15:40 | Post subject: Reply with quote
Komorebi-D wrote:
Add Latin music having more of a mainstream pull and you’re perfect.


Skinny wrote:
Not a new genre, but hyphy's gonna be making waves again soon.


Agree with both of these.

I also foresee more overlap between western pop music and Asian pop music in the next decade.
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#26 | Posted: 03/14/2019 22:52 | Post subject: Reply with quote
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Agree with both of these.

I also foresee more overlap between western pop music and Asian pop music in the next decade.


I was going to say that too, given the popularity of acts like BTS right now.
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#27 | Posted: 03/14/2019 23:06 | Post subject: Reply with quote
Komorebi-D wrote:
baystateoftheart wrote:
Agree with both of these.

I also foresee more overlap between western pop music and Asian pop music in the next decade.


I was going to say that too, given the popularity of acts like BTS right now.


Popular music that gets big on the radio needs a shake up. Hopefully the 2020's can bring a more vibrant landscape.
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Tha1ChiefRocka
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#28 | Posted: 03/15/2019 00:56 | Post subject: Reply with quote
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hyphy's gonna be making waves again soon.



Mistah FAB would like a word. HYPHY never left.


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#29 | Posted: 03/15/2019 06:58 | Post subject: Reply with quote
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hyphy's gonna be making waves again soon.



Mistah FAB would like a word. HYPHY never left.


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and Keak da Sneak


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Mistah FAB's last record was damn good. Unfortunately, that does not make him relevant to anybody under the age of 25.
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#30 | Posted: 03/15/2019 07:07 | Post subject: Reply with quote
baystateoftheart wrote:
- There will be a country rap album that gets good reviews within the next decade.
- We will think of trap rap as a broader movement with a variety of distinct sub-genres within the next decade.
- Bubblegum bass will continue infiltrating mainstream pop for a least a few more years.
- More music is going to made for and consumed within social network-specific formats. Think music within Vine (R.I.P.), Tik Tok, and unknown future social networks with adjacent concepts. Don't know if this will spur a new genre, but it's possible.
- LGBTQ culture will produce at least one significant genre that does not currently exist.
- The boundaries between radio-oriented pop and radio-oriented r&b will become increasingly blurry.


Right on the money. Smile

While we're on the topic, two things that surprised me about the 2010s were the increasing influence of electronic music on the R&B genre and the ascent of K-pop as a global commodity. The first I appreciated, the latter not so much, but I suspect that's just me getting old.
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