How has music changed since the 1980s?
I will list the ways music has changed from the eighties!!!
- NOW THERE ARE DIFFERENT GENRES
- THERE HAS BEEN MORE TALENTED PERFORMERS GOING SOMEWHERE
- AND LASTLY THE SPEED OF THE BEAT HAS FASTENED UP A LITTLE
- DJ's are more involved in the popular music of these days.
AND i definitely think that it is a good thing even though i did enjoy the old music i cant judge other music of the language or pace i judge by its MUSIC, not words or who sings the specific song. I think music is music!! I think music has not gotten sexier or rude. I have to admit it has gotten more violent than it was!!
Well that's my opinion bAbii...lOvee
music has been chaged by the economy by technology and the teenagers changing what the think of things.
in the baroque times teenagers would be happy to listen to the same music as adults but now they like to be different and don't enjoy the same music.
Also, "hair metal" and "glam metal" have died out in terms of popularity.
Just like technology moves with the world peoples since of personal style have made a new path for different genres of music.
Does anyone remember a 1980s cartoon about divorce with little girl walking on a tightrope losing a coat and eating pizza?
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