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It is distinguished by repetitive, distorted percussion loops and a mostly monotonous character. Schranz represents a variant of the tool and loop technology and can be described as a pioneer of Hardtechno. Skweee Releases Skweee is a musical style, with origin in Sweden and Finland. The tracks are predominantly instrumental, though there are exceptions. What differentiates it from other house music is an emphasis on jungle-style basslines, and its simple house rhythms with prominent hi-hats.

Speedcore 10, Releases Speedcore is a form of hardcore that is characterized by a high tempo and aggressive themes. The genre was created in the early to mid s and the name originates from the genre hardcore as well as the high speed tempo used.

This music rarely drops below beats per minute bpm. There are some non-New Wave synth-pop bands like Pet Shop Boys, but on the whole, the synth-pop scene of the s was dominated by a faction of New Wave bands that embraced the use of electronic instruments and relatively light, dance-oriented songwriting, yet still retained a fairly typical four-piece rock-band structure percussion, lead instrument, bass instrument, vocal.

Most synth-pop combines electronic and other instruments, plus strong vocals and melodies, and elements of whatever dance music styles are popular at the time.

Synth-pop enjoys revivals now and then, with new bands deliberately paying homage to the old sounds, or just stumbling onto a similar aesthetic in their experimentation with styles. Synthwave 19, Releases Synthwave is a term that has been applied to a subgenre of New Wave music that began in the lates with the rise of affordable electronic instruments such as synthesizers and sequencers.

Despite being named as if it were a branch of synthesizer-based New Wave music, there is no direct relationship between the latter revivalist genre and aforementioned New Wave style, nor with New Wave generally. Tech HouseReleases This genre is a bit difficult to define, since there are different schools of thought regarding its production and sound.

Techno and House music have a shared history and compatible sounds, so Tech House releases often combine elements from both styles, usually inconsistently; some releases borrow more heavily from techno, others from house.

Tech Trance 9, Releases A subgenre of trance that developed in the mids that is heavily influenced by techno. It is characterized by the emphasis of synthesizers, rhythms, percussions and basslines rather than melodies. Tech Trance is sounds like the name also suggests how it would sound like; Typically nowadays has a Trance song structure following with Techno sounds. The purest form of Tech Trance has a Techno song structure and trancy sounds.

It was a sensation, Energy, Trance energy. Sander van Doorn was very keen to the emerging Electro trend aswell and also went along with him. It started to sound very bland, overcompressed and kind of cheap.

Trance fans noticed the change and quickly were calling the genre Trouse Trance and House. Well, the internet was wrong once again since the emrging sound had nothing to do with Trance nor House. We could say that what came, was just like another wave of rave. It actually sounded very much alike to the old skool Rave aswell, however the genre got a name — Big Room House. Well, thats the breif history of Tech Trance. How it really sounds like? Armin ruined Trance once, Armada once again.

No, Tech Trance does not sound like a melacholic squarewave symphony what Armada seems to pull onto people, but rather fast-paced, percussive, systematic and complex from sound design. How does Techno sound like? Cold, systematic, futuristic, percussive, hypnotic. How does Trance sound like? Hypnotic, spiritual, somewhat melodic, somewhat could be euphoric, sensational. Juan Atkins, one half of Cybotron, was the first person to use the term to specifically describe the regional dance sound of Detroit.

TranceReleases Trance emerged as a form of electronic dance music aroundwith the advent of music that was essentially techno or house, but had simplified percussion, extreme repetition, and other hypnotic effects such as sustained chords and long echoes. Trance tempos are generally a little faster than techno, but can vary considerably. Additional info: Trance Production section of the Trance article on Wikipedia.

Consequently, on Discogs, such music might be tagged as for example both Trance and Techno. On Discogs, this music is generally tagged as just Trance. This newer sound is generally tagged with Trance, along with whatever other style applies, indicating it has elements of both. These tracks often include vocals, overt melodies, and traditional A-A-B-A song structures, and may include remixes of s pop hits. This category of commercial trance music encompasses a range of styles, and boundaries are a bit blurred.

It may emphasize straightforward, monotonous rhythms dominated by toms, bongos, and shakers, and may be devoid of build-ups, fills, hi-hats, claps, or other sounds that offset or distract from the main beat. However, there are always exceptions. Tribal house roots are primarily in Florida, where the Caribbean percussive sound hugely influenced the post-electro scene; Rey Rodriguez, Tony Carrasco, MURK and George Acosta were the forerunners there and contributed to establishing Miami as a major clubbing town.

The London UK school takes more influences from Jamaican sounds like raggamuffin and integrated them in progressive house with leftfield; examples being Fabio Paras and KLF.

Trip hop can be highly experimental. Deriving from later idioms of acid house, the term was first used by the British music media to describe the more experimental variant of breakbeat emerging from the Bristol Sound scene in the early s, which contained influences of soul, funk, and jazz. It was pioneered by acts like Massive Attack, Tricky, and Portishead.

UK garage was largely subsumed into other styles of music and production in the mids, including dubstep, bassline and grime. The decline of UK garage during the mids saw the birth of UK funky, which is closely related. Vaporwave 17, Releases Vaporwave is a genre that emerged in the early s. Vaporwave grew out of styles such as witch house and chillwave, as well as related internet communities.

Samples are often pitched, layered or altered in classic chopped and screwed style. Witch House 4, Releases Witch house is an occult-themed dark electronic music genre and visual aesthetic that emerged in the early s. The music is heavily influenced by chopped and screwed hip-hop soundscapes, industrial and noise experimentation, and features use of synthesizers, drum machines, obscure samples, droning repetition and heavily altered, ethereal, indiscernible vocals.

The witch house visual aesthetic includes occult, witchcraft, shamanism and horror-inspired artworks, collages and photographs as well as significant use of typographic elements such as Unicode symbols. Many works by witch house visual artists incorporate themes from horror films, the television series Twin Peaks, and mainstream pop culture celebrities. Common typographic elements in artist and track names include triangles, crosses, and other Unicode symbols, which are seen by some as a method of keeping the scene underground and harder to search for on the Internet.

Used often at ceremonies. Played with unique instruments such as the didgeridoo, clapsticks, gum leaf and bull roarer. While traditionally more closely associated to rural based and Basque language music, the growing diversification of its production during the last decades has tipped the scale in favour of a broad definition. Considered Portuguese musical patrimony.

Fado is generally known for how expressive in nature it is, as well as being profoundly melancholic. The most common instruments used are metallophones played by mallets and a set of hand-played drums called kendhang which register the beat. Highlife was associated with the local African aristocracy during the colonial period. Highlife is characterized by jazzy horns and multiple guitars which lead the band. Recently it has Overall Harmony - Various - Tranquil Chillout (CD) an uptempo, synth-driven sound see Daddy Lumba.

Igbo highlife and Joromi are subgenres. This arpeggiated highlife guitar part is modeled after an Afro-Cuban guajeo. The pattern of attack-points is nearly identical to the clave motif guajeo as shown below. The bell pattern known in Cuba as clave is indigenous to Ghana and Nigeria, and is used in Highlife. It is a tradition that has been evolving since the 12th century CE, in North India.

Honky Tonk 8, Releases A more upbeat form of country music that you can dance to. Usually lots of fiddle involded. It was reputedly derived from local attempts to copy Portuguese popular songs brought to Malacca by traders and usually involved the use of stringed instruments. A local variant on the European lute resembling a ukulele was called the keroncong, so this may be how the style acquired its name.

Obvioulsy the style must have developed considerably over the time between the earliest European influences in the 16th century and modern times but there are no recorded examples before the early 20th century. By the time the earliest recordings were made in Singapore in by The Gramophone Co. Many similar recordings were made up until the early s when all recording activity stopped due to the Japanese invasion of Southeast Asia.

By this time accompaniments varied considerably and were not necessarily by the traditional group of stringed instruments in some cases more modern instruments like the piano and saxophone were used.

On most recordings the term keroncong applies to any popular vocal in the keroncong style whether stringed instruments were involved or not. After WWII the recording of this style continued, but post-war recordings already show some new developments.

While most pre-war keroncong records are played fast and sung in a high-pitched nasal voice, later recordings tend to be slower in tempo and the singing style is also different becoming more similar to other forms of popular songs of that time.

For post-war recordings if the performance is not specified as keroncong or some variant of that term this tag should not be used.

Although recordings of keroncong music continue up to the present day, by the late s it had been largely overtaken by other forms. Although both Keroncong and Dangdut are well known forms of Indonesian popular music, they should be regarded as distinct styles and these tags would not normally be used together.

Also called folk song or urban folk music, in its plural form is a Greek music genre which has taken many forms over the years. It is strongly dominated by Greek folk music and it is used to describe Greek popular music as a whole. When used in context, it refers mostly to the form it took in the period from the s to the s.

Usually performed by orchestras and bands. As years went on singers started to appear mostly male from until and then both genders. Liscio had a golden period between and when more than Liscio small orchestras were touring from city to city.

Usually this information is written after the title in physical releases and spoken in live before playing so that the dancers could know witch kind of dance to perform. The Western scale is seven scales. However, the Japanese scale is five scales. The vocal does not have Kobushi Enka vibrato.

These are the types of Minyou. It is a traditional song that was sung in that area. Various lyrics were invented. Many folk songs throughout the country have this form. There are both a melisma type and a syllable type. A shout is inserted, which is often inserted before and after lyrics.

These traditional work songs are songs that have been inherited by workers from a long time ago. Many lyrics are in Zinku style 1 chorus with 7, 7, 7 and 5 It is difficult because it has melisma style and does not have a constant rhythm. Likewise, cow songs fall into this category. We will hang a weight of about This will facilitate integration of work. Originally a Nenbutsu folk dance to welcome the spirits of the dead, the style of celebration varies in many aspects from region to region.

Each region has a local dance, as well as different music. Consequently, the Bon dance will look and sound different from region to region. Sometimes the rhythm is NOT swung and it is played straight through. There are other names used to describe older Japanese genres of music.

Part of the Japanese Obon celebration involves participating in the local community dance. In recent times, new music has been used for Bon dance accompaniment, including late enka hits and music written specifically for bon dancing. Ondo were commonly used as the opening themes for anime in the s and 70s, especially with Tatsunoko Productions. Even non-ondo music is starting to make the bon dance scene. Geisha sing to play with customers. Tempo is fast, lively and bright sound. Geisha sang this to warm banquet up with shamisen and Japanese drum.

The lyrics are characterized by 7, 5, 7, 5, 7, 5, 7 and 5 constituting one chorus, and various lyrics were produced. Songs are syllables and melisma types. Geisha sings old Japanese songs in response to customer requests. That is not necessarily only Minyou.

It was developed around It was the Meiji — to Taisho — years that established as an abbreviation. In recent years, there are also playing percussion instruments in special cases. In this case, in order to give out the coolness which is the characteristic of the song, this technique must be not disgusting and disconcerting.

As a form of storytelling, the emphasis is on the lyrics and narration rather than the music itself. It is usually sung in Hebrew, literary Hebrew, or colloquial Arabic. It is a highly complex art form that weds classical poetry and musical improvisation in specific local modes. Mugham is a modal system. Mugham is a compound composition of many parts. The choice of a particular mugham and a style of performance fits a specific event.

The dramatic unfolding in performance is typically associated with increasing intensity and rising pitches, and a form of poetic-musical communication between performers and initiated listeners. Also includes obereks, waltzes and others. Sephardic Jews have a diverse repertoire the origins of which center primarily around the Mediterranean basin.

In the secular tradition, material is usually sung in dialects of Judeo-Spanish, though other languages including Hebrew, Turkish, Greek, and other local languages of the Sephardic diaspora are widely used.

Sephardim maintain geographically unique liturgical and para-liturgical traditions. Songs which are sung by Overall Harmony - Various - Tranquil Chillout (CD) are traditionally sung while performing household tasks, without accompaniment or harmony. Tambourines and other percussion instruments are sometimes used, especially in wedding songs. It tends to be dialect-heavy and invokes local and regional lifestyles and traditions, particularly those of the Alpine farmers and peasants.

Originally transmitted by oral tradition, the oldest historical records like the Appenzell Kuhreihen by Georg Rhau — date back to the 16th century. Volksmusik is characterized by improvisation and variation, uncomplicated major key melodies and simple harmonies. Typical instruments range from alpenhorns to hackbretts, zithers and acoustic guitars, and even violas and harmonicas.

Harmonized singing is frequent, but other pieces may require yodeling, while instrumental arrangements are particularly frequent for fast dances or brass pieces. Additionally, also e. This discrepancy is described amongst others in the German Wikipedia article. The requested style is the specific style for the alpine branch, well described by the English Wikipedia aricle. Funk de-emphasizes melody and harmony and brings a strong rhythmic groove of electric bass and drums to the foreground.

Funk uses the same extended chords found in bebop jazz, such as minor chords with added sevenths and elevenths, or dominant seventh chords with altered ninths. This pattern uses syncopated mix of kick, snare, and relatively tonal elements like cowbell and congas. It has a loose, loping feel that alternates between high and low pitches.

The one under Hip-Hop existed first and is just for go-go in more of a rap context. Gospel 88, Releases Gospel Music is a genre in and of itself, that crosses style boundaries. The common denominator throughout is the focus on the Christian belief system. The songs themselves are considered to provide inspiration, instruction, strength and peace to the listener that may or may not have accepted the Christian belief system for themselves.

Minneapolis Sound 1, Releases The Minneapolis sound is a subgenre of funk with elements of new wave, rock or disco, that was pioneered by Prince in the beginning of s in Minneapolis hence the name. Vocals are usually harmonized.

Funk 5, Releases P. Funk is a shorthand term for the distinctive style of funk music that George Clinton and the Parliament-Funkadelic collective performed. Psychedelic 13, Releases Music genre that emerged in the late s in which soul musicians embraced elements of psychedelic rock, including its production techniques, instrumentation, effects units fuzz, wah-wah, phaser, etc.

It combined elements of African-American gospel music, rhythm and blues, and often jazz. Soul music became popular for dancing and listening in the United States—where record labels such as Motown, Atlantic and Stax labels were influential during the period of the civil rights movement. Soul also became popular around the world, directly influencing rock music and the music of Africa. For the Electronic style: Bass Music is an umbrella term that refers to various styles of music including drum and bass, bassline, dubstep and UK garage among others.

The phrase began to be used in response to the blending of sounds between these genres. The key characteristic shared among these genres are an emphasis on basslines, groove and rhythm.

State of Florida in the mid-eighties. It is directly linked with electro-funk music from the early eighties and is known for its use of the Roland TR kickdrums, sped up tempo and frequently sexually explicit lyrical content.

Lauderdale, as well as Tampa Bay and Orlando. Maggotron a. This helped the style to gain further recognition, while adding to its controversial appeal. The style eventually spread to neighboring States, such as Georgia mainly Atlanta and the Carolinas as well as other nearby States.

Beatbox Releases Beatboxing is using the human voice to mimic electronic percussion and record scratching. The Beatbox tag can be applied to any hip-hop music which features this vocal style. Fresh and The Get Fresh Crew. It is also a popular musical style in culturally related neighboring Kenya.

Boom Bap 14, Releases Boom bap is a style of production in hip-hop music. Although it is still made, boom bap is no longer the dominant style of hip-hop production, remaining somewhat prominent in alternative hip hop but rarely appearing in Top 40 hip hop singles.

Most other hip-hop beats has even eighth and sixteenth notes, but many examples of boom-bap are only even at the quarter note level — the eighth notes may be offbeat.

This could be said about 90s hip-hop in general though. Boom-bap beats are most often funky. Often, a boom-bap measure is just quarter notes kick-snare-kick-snare.

Eighth-notes are less emphasized but are crucial to making the boom-bap sound because they are placed offbeat to create that drunken or trippy quality. They tend to be very close to the upbeat of the note it picks up to, especially noticeable in the kick drum. Sometimes the note it picks up to is even substituted completely by the pick-up note.

Bounce 2, Releases Bounce is a sub-genre of rap that started in the projects of New Orleans, Louisiana. The majority of crews came from the UK but the main market appeared to be the European mainland, especially Germany and Switzerland. The Britcore style was adapted by bands from other countries, mainly Germany and The Netherlands but there also have been bands in Switzerland, Belgium and other European countries, such as Sweden or Norway.

The lyrics are mostly in English, even from those crews not being from the UK. But there has been a minority of crews rapping in their native language, for example in Dutch or German.

Due to the internet and the ability to bundle the interest in Britcore there has been a little revival of Britcore and old crews revived new releases of Killa Instinct, Dookie Squad, The Criminal Minds, Hideouz Newcome, Suspekt to name a few as well as a few new bands were formed and Jams appeared all over Europe.

From back then up to today, Britcore stands for originality, unwillingness to compromise and riotousness. The lyrics were higher-than-average political, sociocritical and often based on the movie theme that was used horror, war etc. A Britcore groups appearance can be very militant.

At all Britcore is way more aggressive, more dark and way faster than other Hip Hop. Lyrics are used to create consciousness and awareness with the audience. Often themes are relating to community, spirituality, economics, and politics, sometimes with underlying elements of activism, and on the other end, humour.

Generally stemming out a desire for positivity, and to change the prevailing socio-economic structure. Conscious music seeks to inspire its listeners, particularly youth, for positive awareness in their lives and the world we share, if not for action, then simply for awareness through the dopest music without negative messages.

This classic American artform stems from the blues with rich detailed wordplay about personal growth, determination, and overcoming great obstacles, storytelling about injustice, self respect, making mistakes, growing, and sharing of knowledge to raise people up. Crunk 3, Releases Crunk is a subgenre of hip hop music that emerged in the early s and gained mainstream success during the mid s. An archetypal crunk track frequently uses a main groove consisting of layered keyboard synths, a drum machine rhythm, heavy basslines, and shouting vocals, often in a call and response manner.

He later released other songs and albums using the term, and has been credited by other artists and musicians as galvanizing use of the term as well as mainstreaming the music genre itself. Lil Jon further popularized the word with his album Crunk Juice, and has been credited with inventing the potent alcoholic cocktail by that name. Non-alcoholic drinks, to which alcohol could be added, were manufactured and marketed under the Crunk brand name, with Lil Jon as spokesman.

The term has continued to evolve, taking on a negative stigma with police, parents and the media. This drink was allegedly marketed towards to year-olds — those under the US legal drinking age — resulting in Crunk Juice drinking being blamed as a cause of crime or becoming a victim of crime.

Crunk music arose from Miami bass music before in the southern United States, particularly in African American strip clubs of Memphis, Overall Harmony - Various - Tranquil Chillout (CD). This duo soon became known as Three 6 Mafia.

Frequently featuring rappers such as Project Pat, Lord Infamous, and Gangsta Boo on their releases, they became instrumental in the formation of crunk music.

He was one of the key figures in popularizing crunk during andand produced two gold records independently, before signing to TVT Records in Nevertheless, crunk was not exclusively associated with Lil Jon and Three 6 Mafia. It can also refer to recordings of turntablism or otherwise recordings where the DJ is taking an active role of cutting up, mixing and blending songs.

Although originated in Rio, favela funk has become increasingly popular amongst working classes in other parts of Brazil. In the whole country, funk carioca is most often simply known as funk, although it is very different musically from what funk means in most other places.

G-Funk 9, Releases G-funk, or gangsta-funk, is a subgenre of hip hop music that emerged from West Coast Gangsta rap in the early s, heavily influenced by s funk sound of artists such as Parliament-Funkadelic.

Originating in Los Angeles, California in the early nineties, G-funk which uses funk with an artificially altered tempo incorporates multi-layered and melodic synthesizers, slow hypnotic grooves, a deep bass, background female vocals, the extensive sampling of P-Funk tunes, and a high-pitched portamento saw wave synthesizer lead.

The lyrical content depended on the artist and could consist of sex, drugs, violence, vandalism and women, but also of love for a city, love for friends and relaxing words. Unlike other earlier rap acts that also utilized funk samples such as EPMD and The Bomb SquadG-funk often utilized fewer, unaltered samples per song. Dre, a pioneer of the G-funk genre, normally uses live musicians to replay the original music of sampled records. This enabled him to produce music that had his own sounds, rather than a direct copy of the sample Gangsta 59, Releases Gangsta rap or gangster rap also referred to as reality rap by its performers is a style of hip hop music whose themes and lyrics primarily deal with the gangster lifestyle.

Hardcore Hip-Hop 22, Releases Aggressive lyrics and dirty sound beats characterize this kind of Rap. But the one that stands out in particular is that Hardcore rappers follow a discipline dictated by themselves and keep us representing it best.

The dissing is very common, where a rapper devastates another rapper with extremely sharp rhymes to show which is the superior technique. Lyrical themes include violence, prostitution, selling drugs, criminal activity, religion in blasphemy termand government conspiricies.

They see violence not as a crime but as a simple confrontation, who loses die who wins survive. Hardcore is a lifestyle. Hiplife Releases Hiplife is a musical style from Ghana West Africa that fuses Ghanaian highlife music with hip hop.

Recorded predominantly in the Ghanaian Akan language, hiplife gainined popularity throughout West Africa and abroad, especially in the United Kingdom, United States, Canada, and the Netherlands, where the Ghanaian diaspora can be found.

Highlife music evolved in the seventies and early eighties, when people began fusing traditional Akan folk music with Western pop-music, using Western instruments. Horrorcore 6, Releases Horrorcore is a subgenre of hip hop music whose lyrics depict acts of horror, such as murder and violence. It derived from gangsta rap and hardcore rap. It openly references horror works of art, such as slasher films and horror stories. More specifically it is an adjective describing the music and the culture associated with that area.

The term was first coined by Oakland rapper Keak da Sneak. It is distinguished by gritty, pounding rhythms, and has been compared to crunk music. Those who consider themselves part of the hyphy movement strive for this behavior.

Originating in Northern California, specifically the Bay Area, the act is commonly related to the culture surrounding the Hyphy movement. Instrumental 48, Releases Instrumental hip hop is hip hop music without vocals.

The artist who crafts the beat is the producer or beatmakerand the one who crafts the rap is the MC emcee. In this format, the rap is almost always the primary focus of the song, providing most of the complexity and variation over a fairly repetitive beat. Instrumental hip hop is hip hop music without an emcee rapping. This format gives the producer the flexibility to create more complex, richly detailed and varied instrumentals. Songs of this genre may wander off in different musical directions and explore various subgenres, because the instruments do not have to supply a steady beat for an MC.

The Mix-Up is the seventh studio album by the Beastie Boys, released in The album consists entirely of instrumental performances and won a Grammy Award in for Best Pop Instrumental Album. Due to the current state of copyright law, most instrumental hip-hop releases are released on small, independent labels. Producers often have difficulty obtaining clearance for the many samples found throughout their Overall Harmony - Various - Tranquil Chillout (CD), and labels such as Stones Throw are fraught with legal problems.

Sound could be described as having a mellow or laid back feel. Later releases began to use live instrumentation over sampled loops. Lyrical content often sides on more Afrocentric and racially positive subject matters.

It often features some typical reggae tinges and includes traditional African beats or samples. Popular amongst the largely black township dwellers, this musical style is slowly spreading overseas. The style developed in the late nineties when artists such as HHP and Baphixile started rapping in their native Setswana language.

The lyrics are often lighthearted, with choruses similar to those heard in pop music. Later, rap artists such as Tone Loc, Young MC, and Fresh Prince then made songs with lots of party tunes and storytelling abilities as they became very popular. By the end of the s and early s rappers such as Ja Rule fused gangsta rap themes with s pop and soul elements; pop-rap was dominated by many artists.

During the early s, pop-rap returned with a whole different style. During the late s, pop-rap had many artists such as Drake, will. Please consider using either of those two styles instead. Screw 4, Releases Chopped and screwed very rarely also called screwed and chopped or slowed and throwedis a technique of remixing hip hop music which developed in the Houston hip hop scene in the early s. DJ Screw is largely recognized as the innovator behind the chopped and screwed genre.

This created an effect where the words or beats in a song were repeated without interrupting its tempo. In Houston, a different approach of slowing music down, rather than speeding it up, developed.

There is no debate, however, that DJ Screw invented the music style. This eventually led to the formation of the Screwed Up Click.

Between andthere was a large increase in use of purple drank in Houston. Purple drank has been considered to be a major influence in the making of and listening to chopped and screwed music due to its perceived effect of slowing the brain down, giving slow, mellow music its appeal. DJ Screw, however, repeatedly denounced the claim that one has to use purple drank to enjoy screwed and chopped music.

Screw, a known user of purple drank, said he came up with chopped and screwed music when high on marijuana. Purple drank was very popular in Houston because of two factors; a lot of strict drug laws in Texas kept the more popular drugs like cocaine and marijuana from crossing state lines which spared Houston the worst effects of the crack epidemic, and the cheap availability of cough syrup in supermarkets in the s.

In the late s, with the help of P2P groups such as Napster, chopped and screwed music spread to a much wider audience. The style is named after the spaza shops, informal corner stores on the flats, where often times rappers can be found performing with lyrics in a mix of Xhosa and township slang.

Influences from New Beat evolved into the foundation of trance music e. New Beat faded into history as its artists increasingly converted to making higher-tempo music more strongly associated with techno or trance. Most nu-disco has no named sub-style or clearly defining characteristics, other than being rhythmically disco-based and not fitting into any other genre.

Some nu-disco has a very retro, Italo-Disco inspired sound but probably should not be tagged as Italo-Disco. Power Electronics 19, Releases Power electronics was originally coined by William Bennett as part of the sleevenotes to the Whitehouse album Psychopathia Sexualis, and is related to the early Industrial Records scene but later became more identified with noise music.

It consists of static, screeching waves of feedback, analogue synthesizers making sub-bass pulses or high frequency squealing sounds, and screamed, distorted, often hateful and offensive lyrics. Deeply atonal, there are no conventional melodies or rhythms. The label Limbo Records launched from legendary Glasgow record store 23rd Precinct was also a major actor of the style.

In a sense, it is a combination of house and trance, with the soulful, booty-shaking elements toned down and replaced by long chords and dubby ear candy. Progressive Trance 83, Releases Progressive trance often very close to the musically progressive house is a style of Trance appeared well after acid trance, goa, and hard trance. With a beat and a bassline faster to the house BPMthe songs are long and have an interesting construction where different elements are brought gradual and gentle way hence the name of this style.

There are also less multi-layered melodies; making the sound more techno-like. The Scandinavian artists also brought a major influence to the style with a colder and harder sound. Artists like Atmos, Koxbox or Son Kite made it popular till With technology the style has developed immensely, starting to sound like the modern psy-trance at around Rhythmic Noise 11, Releases Rhythmic Noise is a form of Industrial music and a fusion of Noise with various styles of Electronic dance music.

Rhythmic Noise, aka power noise, should not be confused with Power Electronics, which is not influenced by Electronic dance music and is closer to harsh Noise. Its origins are predominantly European. Rhythmic Noise takes inspiration from a number of Industrial artists. The Belgian artist Dive also anticipated the style in the early 90s and went on to also form a purely Rhythmic Noise parallel project, Sonar, in the mids.

Some releases on the harder and harsher end of the Techno spectrum have also been influential such as the early EPs by Aphex Twin. The genre gained larger exposure to the U. Both labels starting focusing more on releasing Rhythmic Noise during the late 90s. There have often been very similar sounds coming from the harder, harsher or more experimental areas of the Techno spectrum which, at times, has been embraced by those into Rhythmic Noise.

DJ and Techno producer Adam X started trying to bridge the gap between these scenes around the year Characteristics: Typically, Rhythmic Noise is instrumental, based upon distorted sounds with distorted drums and other distorted percussive sounds often being the primary focus.

Sometimes a melodic component is added, but this is usually secondary to the rhythm. Rhythmic Noise tracks are typically structured and danceable, but are occasionally more abstract and experimental.

The genre is showcased at the annual Maschinenfest festival in Oberhausen, Germany, as well a number of other festivals. Others, such as Tarmvred, meld the style with Breakcore. Others still, merge elements of IDM, such as Endif. An example of an artist that was once known more primarily in the Rhythmic Noise scene and is now well-known within the Techno scene would be Orphx.

Ancient Methods and Orphx have also collaborated together under the name Eschaton with releases on the Techno label, Token. Newer artists such as Ontal and Tomohiko Sagae have been releasing music on both Techno labels and Rhythmic Noise labels.

There has also been and continues to be crossovers within other sounds and scenes such as the Breakcore and IDM scenes. Schranz 1, Releases Schranz is a hard, minimalist and fast mostly between and BPM style of electronic dance music, which is mainly enriched with sounds and machine-like sounds. It is distinguished by repetitive, distorted percussion loops and a mostly monotonous character.

Schranz represents a variant of the tool and loop technology and can be described as a pioneer of Hardtechno. Skweee Releases Skweee is a musical style, with origin in Sweden and Finland. The tracks are predominantly instrumental, though there are exceptions. What differentiates it from other house music is an emphasis on jungle-style basslines, and its simple house rhythms with prominent hi-hats. Speedcore 10, Releases Speedcore is a form of hardcore that is characterized by a high tempo and aggressive themes.

The genre was created in the early to mid s and the name originates from the genre hardcore as well as the high speed tempo used. This music rarely drops below beats per minute bpm. There are some non-New Wave synth-pop bands like Pet Shop Boys, but on the whole, the synth-pop scene of the s was dominated by a faction of New Wave bands that embraced the use of electronic instruments and relatively light, dance-oriented songwriting, yet still retained a fairly typical four-piece rock-band structure percussion, lead instrument, bass instrument, vocal.

Most synth-pop combines electronic and other instruments, plus strong vocals and melodies, and elements of whatever dance music styles are popular at the time. Synth-pop enjoys revivals now and then, with new bands deliberately paying homage to the old sounds, or just stumbling onto a similar aesthetic in their experimentation with styles. Synthwave 19, Releases Synthwave is a term that has been applied to a subgenre of New Wave music that began in the lates with the rise of affordable electronic instruments such as synthesizers and sequencers.

Despite being named as if it were a branch of synthesizer-based New Wave music, there is no direct relationship between the latter revivalist genre and aforementioned New Wave style, nor with New Wave generally. Tech HouseReleases This genre is a bit difficult to define, since there are different schools of thought regarding its production and sound.

Techno and House music have a shared history and compatible sounds, so Tech House releases often combine elements from both styles, usually inconsistently; some releases borrow more heavily from techno, others from house.

Tech Trance 9, Releases A subgenre of trance that developed in the mids that is heavily influenced by techno. It is characterized by the emphasis of synthesizers, rhythms, percussions and basslines rather than melodies. Tech Trance is sounds like the name also suggests how it would sound like; Typically nowadays has a Trance song structure following with Techno sounds. The purest form of Tech Trance has a Techno song structure and trancy sounds. It was a sensation, Energy, Trance energy.

Sander van Doorn was very keen to the emerging Electro trend aswell and also went along with him. It started to sound very bland, overcompressed and kind of cheap. Trance fans noticed the change and quickly were calling the genre Trouse Trance and House. Well, the internet was wrong once again since the emrging sound had nothing to do with Trance nor House. We could say that what came, was just like another wave of rave. It actually sounded very much alike to the old skool Rave aswell, however the genre got a name — Big Room House.

Well, thats the breif history of Tech Trance. How it really sounds like? Armin ruined Trance once, Armada once again. No, Tech Trance does not sound like a melacholic squarewave symphony what Armada seems to pull onto people, but rather fast-paced, percussive, systematic and complex from sound design.

How does Techno sound like? Cold, systematic, futuristic, percussive, hypnotic. How does Trance sound like? Hypnotic, spiritual, somewhat melodic, somewhat could be euphoric, sensational. Juan Atkins, one half of Cybotron, was the first person to use the term to specifically describe the regional dance sound of Detroit. TranceReleases Trance emerged as a form of electronic dance music aroundwith the advent of music that was essentially techno or house, but had simplified percussion, extreme repetition, and other hypnotic effects such as sustained chords and long echoes.

Trance tempos are generally a little faster than techno, but can vary considerably. Additional info: Trance Production section of the Trance article on Wikipedia. Consequently, on Discogs, such music might be tagged as for example both Trance and Techno. On Discogs, this music is generally tagged as just Trance. This newer sound is generally tagged with Trance, along with whatever other style applies, indicating it has elements of both.

These tracks often include vocals, overt melodies, and traditional A-A-B-A song structures, and may include remixes of s pop hits. This category of commercial trance music encompasses a range of styles, and boundaries are a bit blurred. It may emphasize straightforward, monotonous rhythms dominated by toms, bongos, and shakers, and may be devoid of build-ups, fills, hi-hats, claps, or other sounds that offset or distract from the main beat.

However, there are always exceptions. Tribal house roots are primarily in Florida, where the Caribbean percussive sound hugely influenced the post-electro scene; Rey Rodriguez, Tony Carrasco, MURK and George Acosta were the forerunners there and contributed to establishing Miami as a major clubbing town.

The London UK school takes more influences from Jamaican sounds like raggamuffin and integrated them in progressive house with leftfield; examples being Fabio Paras and KLF. Trip hop can be highly experimental. Deriving from later idioms of acid house, the term was first used by the British music media to describe the more experimental variant of breakbeat emerging from the Bristol Sound scene in the early s, which contained influences of soul, funk, and jazz.

It was pioneered by acts like Massive Attack, Tricky, and Portishead. UK garage was largely subsumed into other styles of music and production in the mids, including dubstep, bassline and grime.

The decline of UK garage during the mids saw the birth of UK funky, which is closely related. Vaporwave 17, Releases Vaporwave is a genre that emerged in the early s. Vaporwave grew out of styles such as witch house and chillwave, as well as related internet communities. Samples are often pitched, layered or altered in classic chopped and screwed style. Witch House 4, Releases Witch house is an occult-themed dark electronic music genre and visual aesthetic that emerged in the early s.

The music is heavily influenced by chopped and screwed hip-hop soundscapes, industrial and noise experimentation, and features use of synthesizers, drum machines, obscure samples, droning repetition and heavily altered, ethereal, indiscernible vocals.

The witch house visual aesthetic includes occult, witchcraft, shamanism and horror-inspired artworks, collages and photographs as well as significant use of typographic elements such as Unicode symbols. Many works by witch house visual artists incorporate themes from horror films, the television series Twin Peaks, and mainstream pop culture celebrities. Common typographic elements in artist and track names include triangles, crosses, and other Unicode symbols, which are seen by some as a method of keeping the scene underground and harder to search for on the Internet.

Used often at ceremonies. Played with unique instruments such as the didgeridoo, clapsticks, gum leaf and bull roarer. While traditionally more closely associated to rural based and Basque language music, the growing diversification of its production during the last decades has tipped the scale in favour of a broad definition.

Considered Portuguese musical patrimony. Fado is generally known for how expressive in nature it is, as well as being profoundly melancholic. The most common instruments used are metallophones played by mallets and a set of hand-played drums called kendhang which register the beat.

Highlife was associated with the local African aristocracy during the colonial period. Highlife is characterized by jazzy horns and multiple guitars which lead the band. Recently it has acquired an uptempo, synth-driven sound see Daddy Lumba. Igbo highlife and Joromi are subgenres. This arpeggiated highlife guitar part is modeled after an Afro-Cuban guajeo.

The pattern of attack-points is nearly identical to the clave motif guajeo as shown below. The bell pattern known in Cuba as clave is indigenous to Ghana and Nigeria, and is used in Highlife. It is a tradition that has been evolving since the 12th century CE, in North India.

Honky Tonk 8, Releases A more upbeat form of country music that you can dance to. Usually lots of fiddle involded. It was reputedly derived from local attempts to copy Portuguese popular songs brought to Malacca by traders and usually involved the use of stringed instruments. A local variant on the European lute resembling a ukulele was called the keroncong, so this may be how the style acquired its name.

Obvioulsy the style must have developed considerably over the time between the earliest European influences in the 16th century and modern times but there are no recorded examples before the early 20th century. By the time the earliest recordings were made in Singapore in by The Gramophone Co. Many similar recordings were made up until the early s when all recording activity stopped due to the Japanese invasion of Southeast Asia.

By this time accompaniments varied considerably and were not necessarily by the traditional group of stringed instruments in some cases more modern instruments like the piano and saxophone were used.

On most recordings the term keroncong applies to any popular vocal in the keroncong style whether stringed instruments were involved or not. After WWII the recording of this style continued, but post-war recordings already show some new developments.

While most pre-war keroncong records are played fast and sung in a high-pitched nasal voice, later recordings tend to be slower in tempo and the singing style is also different becoming more similar to other forms of popular songs of that time.

For post-war recordings if the performance is not specified as keroncong or some variant of that term this tag should not be used. Although recordings of keroncong music continue up to the present day, by the late s it had been largely overtaken by other forms. Although both Keroncong and Dangdut are well known forms of Indonesian popular music, they should be regarded as distinct styles and these tags would not normally be used together.

Also called folk song or urban folk music, in its plural form is a Greek music genre which has taken many forms over the years. It is strongly dominated by Greek folk music and it is used to describe Greek popular music as a whole. When used in context, it refers mostly to the form it took in the period from the s to the s. Usually performed by orchestras and bands. As years went on singers started to appear mostly male from until and then both genders.

Liscio had a golden period between and when more than Liscio small orchestras were touring from city to city. Usually this information is written after the title in physical releases and spoken in live before playing so that the dancers could know witch kind of dance to perform.

The Western scale is seven scales. However, the Japanese scale is five scales. The vocal does not have Kobushi Enka vibrato. These are the types of Minyou. It is a traditional song that was sung in that area. Various lyrics were invented. Many folk songs throughout the country have this form. There are both a melisma type and a syllable type. A shout is inserted, which is often inserted before and after lyrics.

These traditional work songs are songs that have been inherited by workers from a long time ago. Many lyrics are in Zinku style 1 chorus with 7, 7, 7 and 5 It is difficult because it has melisma style and does not have a constant rhythm.

Likewise, cow songs fall into this category. We will hang a weight of about This will facilitate integration of work. Originally a Nenbutsu folk dance to welcome the spirits of the dead, the style of celebration varies in many aspects from region to region. Each region has a local dance, as well as different music. Consequently, the Bon dance will look and sound different from region to region. Sometimes the rhythm is NOT swung and it is played straight through.

There are other names used to describe older Japanese genres of music. Part of the Japanese Obon celebration involves participating in the local community dance. In recent times, new music has been used for Bon dance accompaniment, including late enka hits and music written specifically for bon dancing. Ondo were commonly used as the opening themes for anime in the s and 70s, especially with Tatsunoko Productions.

Even non-ondo music is starting to make the bon dance scene. Geisha sing to play with customers. Tempo is fast, lively and bright sound.

Geisha sang this to warm banquet up with shamisen and Japanese drum. The lyrics are characterized by 7, 5, 7, 5, 7, 5, 7 and 5 constituting one chorus, and various lyrics were produced. Songs are syllables and melisma types. Geisha sings old Japanese songs in response to customer requests.

That is not necessarily only Minyou. It was developed around It was the Meiji — to Taisho — years that established as an abbreviation. In recent years, there are also playing percussion instruments in special cases. In this case, in order to give out the coolness which is the characteristic of the song, this technique must be not disgusting and disconcerting.

As a form of storytelling, the emphasis is on the lyrics and narration rather than the music itself. It is usually sung in Hebrew, literary Hebrew, or colloquial Arabic. It is a highly complex art form that weds classical poetry and musical improvisation in specific local modes. Mugham is a modal system. Mugham is a compound composition of many parts.

The choice of a particular mugham and a style of performance fits a specific event. The dramatic unfolding in performance is typically associated with increasing intensity and rising pitches, and a form of poetic-musical communication between performers and initiated listeners.

Also includes obereks, waltzes and others. Sephardic Jews have a diverse repertoire the origins of which center primarily around the Mediterranean basin. In the secular tradition, material is usually sung in dialects of Judeo-Spanish, though other languages including Hebrew, Turkish, Greek, and other local languages of the Sephardic diaspora are widely used. Sephardim maintain geographically unique liturgical and para-liturgical traditions. Songs which are sung by women are traditionally sung while performing household tasks, without accompaniment or harmony.

Tambourines and other percussion instruments are sometimes used, especially in wedding songs. It tends to be dialect-heavy and invokes local and regional lifestyles and traditions, particularly those of the Alpine farmers and peasants.

Originally transmitted by oral tradition, the oldest historical records like the Appenzell Kuhreihen by Georg Rhau — date back to the 16th century. Volksmusik is characterized by improvisation and variation, uncomplicated major key melodies and simple harmonies. Typical instruments range from alpenhorns to hackbretts, zithers and acoustic guitars, and even violas and harmonicas.

Harmonized singing is frequent, but other pieces may require yodeling, while instrumental arrangements are particularly frequent for fast dances or brass pieces.

Additionally, also e. This discrepancy is described amongst others in the German Wikipedia article. The requested style is the specific style for the alpine branch, well described by the English Wikipedia aricle. Funk de-emphasizes melody and harmony and brings a strong rhythmic groove of electric bass and drums to the foreground. Funk uses the same extended chords found in bebop jazz, such as minor chords with added sevenths and elevenths, or dominant seventh chords with altered ninths.

This pattern uses syncopated mix of kick, snare, and relatively tonal elements like cowbell and congas. It has a loose, loping feel that alternates between high and low pitches. The one under Hip-Hop existed first and is just for go-go in more of a rap context. Gospel 88, Releases Gospel Music is a genre in and of itself, that crosses style boundaries. The common denominator throughout is the focus on the Christian belief system. The songs themselves are considered to provide inspiration, instruction, strength and peace to the listener that may or may not have accepted the Christian belief system for themselves.

Minneapolis Sound 1, Releases The Minneapolis sound is a subgenre of funk with elements of new wave, rock or disco, that was pioneered by Prince in the beginning of s in Minneapolis hence the name. Vocals are usually harmonized. Funk 5, Releases P. Funk is a shorthand term for the distinctive style of funk music that George Clinton and the Parliament-Funkadelic collective performed.

Psychedelic 13, Releases Music genre that emerged in the late s in which soul musicians embraced elements of psychedelic rock, including its production techniques, instrumentation, effects units fuzz, wah-wah, phaser, etc. It combined elements of African-American gospel music, rhythm and blues, and often jazz.

Soul music became popular for dancing and listening in the United States—where record labels such as Motown, Atlantic and Stax labels were influential during the period of the civil rights movement. Soul also became popular around the world, directly influencing rock music and the music of Africa.

For the Electronic style: Bass Music is an umbrella term that refers to various styles of music including drum and bass, bassline, dubstep and UK garage among others. The phrase began to be used in response to the blending of sounds between these genres. The key characteristic shared among these genres are an emphasis on basslines, groove and rhythm. State of Florida in the mid-eighties. It is directly linked with electro-funk music from the early eighties and is known for its use of the Roland TR kickdrums, sped up tempo and frequently sexually explicit lyrical content.

Lauderdale, as well as Tampa Bay and Orlando. Maggotron a. This helped the style to gain further recognition, while adding to its controversial appeal. The style eventually spread to neighboring States, such as Georgia mainly Atlanta and the Carolinas as well as other nearby States. Beatbox Releases Beatboxing is using the human voice to mimic electronic percussion and record scratching.

The Beatbox tag can be applied to any hip-hop music which features this vocal style. Fresh and The Get Fresh Crew. It is also a popular musical style in culturally related neighboring Kenya. Boom Bap 14, Releases Boom bap is a style of production in hip-hop music. Although it is still made, boom bap is no longer the dominant style of hip-hop production, remaining somewhat prominent in alternative hip hop but rarely appearing in Top 40 hip hop singles.

Most other hip-hop beats has even eighth and sixteenth notes, but many examples of boom-bap are only even at the quarter note level — the eighth notes may be offbeat. This could be said about 90s hip-hop in general though. Boom-bap beats are most often funky.

Often, a boom-bap measure is just quarter notes kick-snare-kick-snare. Eighth-notes are less emphasized but are crucial to making the boom-bap sound because they are placed offbeat to create that drunken or trippy quality. They tend to be very close to the upbeat of the note it picks up to, especially noticeable in the kick drum. Sometimes the note it picks up to is even substituted completely by the pick-up note. Bounce 2, Releases Bounce is a sub-genre of rap that started in the projects of New Orleans, Louisiana.

The majority of crews came from the UK but the main market appeared to be the European mainland, especially Germany and Switzerland. The Britcore style was adapted by bands from other countries, mainly Germany and The Netherlands but there also have been bands in Switzerland, Belgium and other European countries, such as Sweden or Norway.

The lyrics are mostly in English, even from those crews not being from the UK. But there has been a minority of crews rapping in their native language, for example in Dutch or German. Due to the internet and the ability to bundle the interest in Britcore there has been a little revival of Britcore and old crews revived new releases of Killa Instinct, Dookie Squad, The Criminal Minds, Hideouz Newcome, Suspekt to name a few as well as a few new bands were formed and Jams Overall Harmony - Various - Tranquil Chillout (CD) all over Europe.

From back then up to today, Britcore stands for originality, unwillingness to compromise and riotousness. The lyrics were higher-than-average political, sociocritical and often based on the movie theme that was used horror, war etc.

A Britcore groups appearance can be very militant. At all Britcore is way more aggressive, more dark and way faster than other Hip Hop.

Lyrics are used to create consciousness and awareness with the audience. Often themes are relating to community, spirituality, economics, and politics, sometimes with underlying elements of activism, and on the other end, humour.

Generally stemming out a desire for positivity, and to change the prevailing socio-economic structure. Conscious music seeks to inspire its listeners, particularly youth, for positive awareness in their lives and the world we share, if not for action, then simply for awareness through the dopest music without negative messages. This classic American artform stems from the blues with rich detailed wordplay about personal growth, determination, and overcoming great obstacles, storytelling about injustice, self respect, making mistakes, growing, and sharing of knowledge to raise people up.

Crunk 3, Releases Crunk is a subgenre of hip hop music that emerged in the early s and gained mainstream success during the mid s.

An archetypal crunk track frequently uses a main groove consisting of layered keyboard synths, a drum machine rhythm, heavy basslines, and shouting vocals, often in a call and response manner. He later released other songs and albums using the term, and has been credited by other artists and musicians as galvanizing use of the term as well as mainstreaming the music genre itself. Lil Jon further popularized the word with his album Crunk Juice, and has been credited with inventing the potent alcoholic cocktail by that name.

Non-alcoholic drinks, to which alcohol could be added, were manufactured and marketed under the Crunk brand name, with Lil Jon as spokesman. The term has continued to evolve, taking on a negative stigma with police, parents and the media. This drink was allegedly marketed towards to year-olds — those under the US legal drinking age — resulting in Crunk Juice drinking being blamed as a cause of crime or becoming a victim of crime.

Crunk music arose from Miami bass music before in the southern United States, particularly in African American strip clubs of Memphis, Tennessee. This duo soon became known as Three 6 Mafia. Frequently featuring rappers such as Project Pat, Lord Infamous, and Gangsta Boo on their releases, they became instrumental in the formation of crunk music.

He was one of the key figures in popularizing crunk during andand produced two gold records independently, before signing to TVT Records in Nevertheless, crunk was not exclusively associated with Lil Jon and Three 6 Mafia. It can also refer to recordings of turntablism or otherwise recordings where the DJ is taking an active role of cutting up, mixing and blending songs. Although originated in Rio, favela funk has become increasingly popular amongst working classes in other parts of Brazil.

In the whole country, funk carioca is most often simply known as funk, although it is very different musically from what funk means in most other places.

G-Funk 9, Releases G-funk, or gangsta-funk, is a subgenre of hip hop music that emerged from West Coast Gangsta rap in the early s, heavily influenced by s funk sound of artists such as Parliament-Funkadelic. Originating in Los Angeles, California in the early nineties, G-funk which uses funk with an artificially altered tempo incorporates multi-layered and melodic synthesizers, slow hypnotic grooves, a deep bass, background female vocals, the extensive sampling of P-Funk tunes, and a high-pitched portamento saw wave synthesizer lead.

The lyrical content depended on the artist and could consist of sex, drugs, violence, vandalism and women, but also of love for a city, love for friends and relaxing words. Unlike other earlier rap acts that also utilized funk samples such as EPMD and The Bomb SquadG-funk often utilized fewer, unaltered samples per song. Dre, a pioneer of the G-funk genre, normally uses live musicians to replay the original music of sampled records. This enabled him to produce music that had his own sounds, rather than a direct copy of the sample Gangsta 59, Releases Gangsta rap or gangster rap also referred to as reality rap by its performers is a style of hip hop music whose themes and lyrics primarily deal with the gangster lifestyle.

Hardcore Hip-Hop 22, Releases Aggressive lyrics and dirty sound beats characterize this kind of Rap. But the one that stands out in particular is that Hardcore rappers follow a discipline dictated by themselves and keep us representing it best. The dissing is very common, where a rapper devastates another rapper with extremely sharp rhymes to show which is the superior technique.

Lyrical themes include violence, prostitution, selling drugs, criminal activity, religion in blasphemy termand government conspiricies. They see violence not as a crime but as a simple confrontation, who loses die who wins survive. Hardcore is a lifestyle. Hiplife Releases Hiplife is a musical style from Ghana West Africa that fuses Ghanaian highlife music with hip hop.

Recorded predominantly in the Ghanaian Akan language, hiplife gainined popularity throughout West Africa and abroad, especially in the United Kingdom, United States, Canada, and the Netherlands, where the Ghanaian diaspora can be found. Highlife music evolved in the seventies and early eighties, when people began fusing traditional Akan folk music with Western pop-music, using Western instruments. Horrorcore 6, Releases Horrorcore is a subgenre of hip hop music whose lyrics depict acts of horror, such as murder and violence.

It derived from gangsta rap and hardcore rap. It openly references horror works of art, such as slasher films and horror stories. More specifically it is an adjective describing the music and the culture associated with that area. The term was first coined by Oakland rapper Keak da Sneak.

It is distinguished by gritty, pounding rhythms, and has been compared to crunk music. Those who consider themselves part of the hyphy movement strive for this behavior. Reliable and very secure with a good interest rate. The property is about 12 minutes drive from Engine type 4-cylinder in-line Diesel energy Front cross layout Common rail power supply Turbo supercharging with variable geometry KKK 2.

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