Hyper pop

Hyper pop the beauty of their albums is the artists’ displays of themselves in their album. While they
decided to publicize this information, it’s only a tiny fragment of their body of work. 100 GECS,
in particular, have been hailed for embracing the genre, most notably on their most recent
album titled “1000 Gecs”. The album features extreme voice distortion and long song outros
that sound similar to construction site noises. Another mainstream in the genre has experienced
a lot of recognition due to her fascinating relationship with hyper pop tropes. From its puzzling
interludes to its partiality to vocal fry, the artist-led the way for the next few years of the genre.
Hyper pop’s larger-than-life nature allows for a lot of diversity. Especially in that of gender
identity. 100 GECS artists are all openly transgender women who have found success in the
genre of hyper pop’s go-to figures and used the genre’s voice-masking techniques. This makes it
all the more exciting because there isn’t any right or wrong way to enjoy hyper pop. You can
appreciate all facets of it. Hyper pop is the way of the future, allowing artists of every
background to produce music that can both enchant and disgust your passion for music.
Everyone give it a try because sooner than later, there’s going to be a lot more 100 Gec’s in your
life. This makes it all the more exciting because there isn’t any right or wrong way to enjoy hyper
pop. You can appreciate all facets of it. Hyper pop is the way of the future, allowing artists of
every background to produce music that can both enchant and disgust your passion for music;
everyone gives it a try because sooner than later. There’s going to be a lot more 100 Gec’s in
your life. The majority of hyperpop musicians don’t belong to the label. The label has influenced
other musicians to take on PC music’s sonic and thematic elements. Still, 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 riffs are fast, and the voices are auto-tuned to high-pitched
whines, often counteracted by a pulsing bass turned lower and louder than that of typical EDM
dance tracks. Hyper pop has always been a reflection of racism and classism. There’s always
been a movement alongside. Others on the internet have pointed to the genre’s distinct
queerness as a potential factor in its popularity. Its surrealism and artificiality serve as an ideal
space for transgender and non-binary artists to express themselves outside of heteronormative
and cisnormative gender conventions. In the world of hyper pop, the artist’s image and sound
are completely unconstrained, easing the burden of dysmorphia for queer artists on the internet
have pointed to the genre’s. The name hyper pop describes the sound well. It includes some
pre-PC Music artists with a similar philosophy and Hyper pop artists pushing the genre
further by naming the genre.