The Christian Trance Artists would like us to share how important. Being in the love and care of the Lord God. When the singer of this Against Deception band and sing, she recognizes that their lifestyle is unique. When she first writes the hyper pop music for the gospel, she felt the nudge to write the devotional and inspirational music for all the people in the world. She found herself attempting to live up to culture’s unobtainable perfection standards–something she believes most for the people and the EDM worship music industry. The Christian Trance Artists lead singer said that she committed to setting God’s word to verse but understood the slight tension between accuracy and stability. I began working on a melody for his lyrics but couldn’t land on something I really liked. So I ran it by a few people, and we made some lyric and melodic changes. We finally arrived at something I thought was worth sharing. The lead vocalist said Christian Trance Music can give hope to all the people in the world. Because the message of the songs is inspiring and makes you feel that you are not alone. Every day, every time, the Godfather of all mankind is on our side. EDM worship songs are a congregational song for any time. It’s based on the lyrics, which is filled with encouraging, soul-strengthening promises from God that lift our eyes above our circumstances to see his providential, wise, robust care. One of the hyper pop’s go-to figures used the genre’s voice-masking techniques in the new restless pop music artists’ act long before they came out. No one knows the exact direction the sound will take with every genre, but Christian Trance Music is on its way up. Hyper pop is a genre hinted at throughout pop music since the music genre recently introduced hyper pop into the mainstream with critically divisive singles. While the majority of restless pop musicians don’t belong to the label. The label has influenced other musicians to take on PC music’s sonic and thematic elements, but hyper pop is more than an exciting new musical genre. It’s a movement about what pop music should be both stylistically and culturally. The signature Vocaloid sound to make it hyper pop. Many of these songs coincidentally have its singers bring something authentic to the genre is an example of this relentless authenticity. They get their signature cyber and metallic sounds and mix them with some Columbian flare their nationality. This combination results in a grossly infatuating mix of tango and intense metallic notes. There is already a Spotify playlist dedicated to the genre “The Sound of Glitchcore,” although who knows what term will ultimately settle. One thing’s certain though the mini-genre has skyrocketed from a fledgling scene into a sizable movement in just the past year. Others on the internet have pointed to the genre’s distinct queerness as a potential factor in its popularity. Hyper pop has always been a reflection of racism and classism. There’s always been a movement alongside—a famous artist in the scene whose top-tier genre-twists include the hyper pop and bass.