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Discussion in 'Music' started by Magrozka, Apr 6, 2021.
I like rock and metal
I listen to about everything there is. I used to not like country music, I still don't really. There are a few songs growing on me though. I would have to say my favorite is pop or EDM. mostly because I love going to concerts and festivals and those are the most fun to watch live in my opinion.
I listen to Bollywood music because the lyrics of the songs have deep meaning to them. It also gives you emotions based on the mood of the song, but the video part of the songs are not as great. In addition, Bollywood songs are actually parts of movies that are used as a fast-forward button in the character's life. The best song I like to listen to is "Muqabla" in the movie Street Dancer 3D which means face-off or challenge.
I like listening to all kinds of music, either pop, rock, classics or etc., as long as I am in the mood. I also like listening to princess movies songs as they have a lyrics with deep meaning and can move other people feelings. One of the princess movies with moving song that I like is MULAN, "Reflection." The song is mostly talking about who you really are, and what you are.
I listen to and enjoy all types of music. But, I have a weird tendency to be drawn to sad music. For some odd reason, sad music makes me feel happier. F0r a lot of people, I hear that sad music makes them feel upset but this is the opposite for me. Sad music actually makes me realize how happy I am. I have an entire playlist, 35 songs, dedicated to my sad songs.
I'm one of those kinds who can generally listen to anything and not be too unhappy, but to list my actual preferences by biggest tastes are probably folk and traditional types of musics. The recent revival of sea shanties on social media has been great and the renewed interest has given me a lot of new content to dig through. I like classic/golden age country music, the sadder the better, and one of my favorite playlists always starts out with Patsy Cline and Jim Reeves. I've always said bluegrass is metal for country folks, shredding included. I've been massively impressed with the new talent coming out like Billy Strings. I love it when people reinterpret songs into their own style or genre and moreso when they cross genre to do so. Postmodern Jukebox on Youtube is great for those who'd like to get a feel for what I mean.
I don't hold to any particular genres though. I still listen to modern stuff, I like the Eagles and Phil Collins and think Lady Gaga is underrated as a songwriter even if I'm not quite entirely into her style. I give everything a shot whether or not I ever play it again.
I absolutely love Disney songs! Though I am an alto and not a soprano so it's hard to hit the high notes. But I agree the melody and the lyrics provide a lot of depth within the characters. In Mulan's "reflection" song, you can tell she's torn between being herself or making her family happy. In the new Aladdin's song "Speechless" it finally mentions how Jasmine, as a princess, was told to be seen and not heard. And now she is finally fighting back on how she won't be silenced just because she is a princess.
I used to struggle a lot with finding a genre of music I genuinely liked, until recently when I finally found some bands and a clique of music I wholeheartedly love. I really fell in love with indie rock music after been introduced to 'Of Monsters and Men' and later 'Florence and the Machines', two amazing bands I highly recommend checking out. Indie rock music is such a large genre that you can find a range of great songs to pick from, whether it's past paced and loud or slow and meaningful, there's always something to add to your favorites list.
My number one go-to is RnB. I could listen to this all day, every day. But, I can't forget about my gospel; that is a must. Lately, I have been saying that I am going to venture out and try other genres.
Primarily 90’s Rock. Early 90’s is the best and I really wish they had more radio stations here in Michigan dedicated to that genre alone.
But some really good music started coming out again in the late 90’s, like songs by Counting Crows, Duran Duran, Foo Fighters, and Soul Asylum.
I rarely listen to modern music, and if I do, it’s usually a strange song on a strange channel that just hits me and I instantly fall in love with it. I do my best to remember a few lyrics just so I can Google it later.
But when it comes to 90’s hits...
The list goes on ........
I enjoy all kinds of music, but I especially enjoy listening to dreamcore, weirdcore, and traumacore music. Although some may find it off-putting, I find it comforting most of the time. I especially enjoy listening to playlists of those songs on YouTube and specific songs on my MP3 Player. I also enjoy a bunch of random indie songs and songs by small songwriters.
I can enjoy all kind of music but I've always been attracted to listen to some old music and sad songs. Like the songs from 5 years ago or even 10 years ago. I think that the quality of old music is sometimes greater than the new ones. Also, in most of the sad songs that I'd listen, the rhythm and melody is so relaxing especially if you can relate to the lyrics. You can try some songs if Olivia Rodrigo and Conan Grey, they are rally good as a beginner in the Music industry. While Taylor Swift, Maroon 5, Ariana Grande and Bruno Mars are already a pro in music.
Music is life, it helps me stay active when ever I'm doing tasks online. With music i can spend more than 10 hours a day solving tasks online.
Michael Jackson's songs inspires me a lot, their is no other music like MJ music that makes me feel emotional gorgeous.
Every situation in which I find myself will determine the kind of music I listen to
When I taking a dip in a bathtub, I listen to cools and country
When I'm exercising or jogging, I listen to Rnb and Pop
When I'm sleeping I play Gospel
i listen to reggae at the moment - honestly I should not even be answering this question! I listen to reggae primarily, I will admit, along with rap and rock. Dub reggae to be particular, something with that chill beat.
I like different kind of music, I like blues, reggae, gospel, R&b, highlife and a little bit of country music.
I listen to this different types of music basic on my mood and situation
I listen to reap and hip hop and Rnb and SoundCloud music but I like nba YoungBoy and Mariah Carey
I LOVE all music that sound well and that I can understand. I am a big fan to pop, R&B, and rap music that's appropriate. Music is something I have to include in my day whether I'm working out or cleaning up, it just seems right to have it playing. Music keeps me going and lifts my spirit. I also find music to be relaxing and soothing to the mind especially when my kids are not home and I am free of noise.
I love to listen all type of music but most of the time I love to listen Hindi songs because their lyrics are very clear to understand and you can easily learn the songs. and most important thing is lots of emotions are in these types of songs. whenever I tired that time i love to listen Hindi songs.
All types with maybe the exception of hardcore rap and screamo metal. I have everything from Norah Jones to Dream Theater in my collection. As far as eras go, I am partial to the 80's and somewhat the 90's. As for artists I could do without I would say Ariana Grande and Shawn Mendez for starters.