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Against Deception | November 8, 2020
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Hyper pop is an ambiguous music genre and loosely-defined style of urban music. Artists commonly labeled with the term often draw on pop and underground sensibilities, incorporating various aesthetic elements from modern day urban, hip hop, and electronic music styles. The term hyper pop was actually coined in 1992 by singer-songwriter Scott Storch, who was attempting to define a vague category that he felt encompassed the differences between postmodern, and alternative music styles. Storch’s definition of the term has come to represent a rather vague term associated with many different styles and approaches to music.

 

The term has appeared in print since then, with some artists claiming to be the first to use the term. Others point to British artist David Bowie as the person who popularized the term, although there is no concrete evidence that this is the case. In fact, it is possible that both Storch and Bowie co-opted the style, and in that case, the claim is not entirely without merit. It is also possible that neither artist made the hyper-popular genre a specific term, but instead used the term to refer to some aspect of their style. In any case, it is important to understand what hyperpop is not.

 

While it may appear to be a vague designation, hyper pop can be thought of as a predecessor to the new genre that came to be known as PC Music. The evolution of pop and rap music is thought to have begun with artists like Rakim andapeski, and their production techniques, which were far removed from traditional instruments and samples. A decade later, artists such as Kanye West and Chaka Khan made the PC Music style more refined and urban, and its core elements became integral to today’s hip hop and rap genres.

 

This new genre had a distinct sound, which was different from other types of music at the time. Unlike rap and hip hop which took advantage of new age trends to create new cultural meaning, hyper pop expressed itself through melody. In many cases, the melodies were almost infinitely repeated. This repetition was not necessarily of a single beat, but could include repeating a phrase, an idea, or even a line from a song (or vice-versa). This repetition was also used to create tension, as the listener would have to wait for the next section of the composition to start before being offered something new and interesting.

 

Hyperpop has had a very large influence on future styles of music, and can be found in the sounds of the new hip-hop and rap generation. Many new rappers and hip-hop artists have incorporated hyper pop elements into their lyrics and styles, as well as producing their own versions of the genre. Many of the top recording artists of today, such as Kanye West, Chaka Khan, Rihanna, and Fugees have released songs that utilize hyper pop elements to give them extra appeal.

 

The term “hyper pop music” is sometimes used to describe a broader genre that uses the PC Music format, which is often confused with IDM. PC Music is an acronym for “Pulse Piano,” and was developed by a Finnish company. The founder of the company, Sami Houghton, used a computer program to design and program the program which he used to create this unique sound. PC Music is not really considered as a type of hyper pop music, although it is sometimes described as a subgenre of that movement. PC Music sometimes is confused with pop, because it features high pitched, sometimes high pitched vocals, which are a signature of most pop genres. However, when comparing the two, the vocals are generally lower in pitch, which is why some refer to it as PC Pop music, even though they use a completely different term for it.

 

Hyperpop artists like Adele, Rihanna, Lady GaGa, and the Jonas Brothers have helped to fuel the growth of this new genre. This new music has helped to define a new level of pop music, which continues to grow in popularity each year. Hyperpop artists, such as Taylor Swift and Rihanna, have contributed to this growing trend, along with artists like Frank Ocean and Adele. The biggest advantage to this kind of music is that it can appeal to a younger audience than other forms of pop music, which helps to keep the audience loyal and excited for future releases. It also pushes the boundaries and creates new fans each time the artist comes out with a new album. The new audiences that are created are usually very loyal and excited about what the artists have to offer.

 

Hyperpop will continue to be a major force in music until more traditional types of music gain the popularity that they currently enjoy. Hyperpop artists have helped to shape a new genre that will continue to grow and develop into the next generation of music. The bubblegum and pop elements of this style of music will most likely not disappear, but the styles will continue to evolve. Hyperpop artists such as Rihanna, Taylor Swift, and Kanye West have helped to make the bubblegum music movement one that people are discussing and supporting.

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