Electronic Dance music is also known as Club music dance music or simply dance. It is a broad range of percussive electronic music genres. It is made for raves, festivals, and nightclubs. In the late 1980 and early 1990 in Europe, electronic dance music achieved widespread mainstream popularity. At those years the acceptance of dance culture was not universal in the United States: both the electronic dance music and the Christian dance music were known both in Europe and the United States. There was also a perceived association between Electronic dance music and the Christian electronic dance music. Accordingly in the new thousand years, the electronic dance music popularity increased universally, largely in the United States and in Australia. By early 2010 the term of Christian electronic dance music and the CEDM was being pushed by the American music press and music industry to rebrand an American rave culture. Despite the industry’s attempt to create a Specific Electronic dance music brand, The EDM remains in use as an umbrella term for different genres such as dance-pop, techno, house, dubstep, trance as well as their respective subgenres. Starting in the 2000s, EDM entered mainstream music as more of the genre’s elements were incorporated into pop music. Songs such as “Party Rock Anthem” by LMFAO and “Titanium” by David Guetta featuring Sia were defining songs of the decade that utilized many synthetic sounds and electronic drum beats. Producers began creating instrumental dance breaks that are composed solely of synths and beats. The vocal chorus or pre-chorus of the song is often used to build up to the larges drop, creating tension that makes the EDM portion more dramatic and hit harder for dancers. These intense buildup sections are often accomplished using subtle sound effects that eventually grow and swell in volume and intensity. Most producers like to include a sweep in the background of their tracks to give the listener a feeling of tension building up, while others like to push the kick drum forward to make the tempo feel faster or add more embellishing elements that eventually build up into the drop. However, with EDM being very involved with synthesizing sounds and creating complex drum beats, it is not something that one can simply begin producing. With the popularity of music festivals, night clubs, and DJ events continuing to grow, EDM is a genre that has very high consumption rates. Therefore, it is a very valuable and marketable skill for any producer in the industry to navigate the complex process of sampling and generating new sounds. Overall, regardless of whether EDM is your preferred taste in music, this genre has developed over a decade in the history of music and continues to grow in the industry as technology improves to allow for new music to be made. The name of the Trance genre of Christian electronic dance music may refer to an induced emotional feeling, euphoria, chills, and uplifting rush that listeners claim to experience and it may indicate an actual trance-like state the first forms of the Electronic dance music and Christian electronic dance music.