Dubstep is an electronic music genre which uses instruments to attract listeners by its bass and rhythm. Although Dubstep is considered as a darker form of music, it has made its firm place in the music industry since its birth in the 1990s.
Vocalists like Mariah Carey, Rihanna, Usher, Beyoncé, and the legendary Michael Jackson have made this music genre become huge in the music industry due to their love for it. This African-American music was originated in the 1940s and is a combination of hip hop, dance, funk, pop, and soul. It focuses on themes such as relationships, freedom, and sex.
You may have listened to techno music several times, but it is Detroit techno which is believed to be the foundation of this music genre. Today, the use of technology has much raised the quality of techno music and popularized it day by day.
- Country Music
Country music, originated in the 1920s, is another popular American music genre. It has roots from western music and American folk. It is created by using simple forms of instruments like mandolin, electric and steel guitars, drums, or mouth organ. There are very popular country music singers such as Taylor Swift, Shania Twain, Johnny Cash, and Kenny Rogers.
Electro or electro-funk is a perfect combination between hip hop and electronic music. It uses the drum machine, talkbox, and vocoder, that helps to distinguish it from a similar form of music, Disco. There are notable artists having been into this music genre, for example, Freeez, Arthur Baker, Midnight Star, and Man Parrish.
- Indie Rock
Originated in the 1980s, Indie Rock has changed the music industry gradually. After a decade, it also gave birth to a number of sub-genres in similar styles like noise pop, math rock, post-rock, emo, and lo-fi.
- Pop Music
“Pop” is derived from the word “Popular”, therefore, Pop Music is simply known to be a popular music genre. It has roots in the rock & roll style and can contain any form of music like urban, rock, dance, country, and Latin. You can listen to this music form by listening to songs by some famous artists like Britney Spears, Beyonce, Madonna, Lady Gaga and especially the “King of Pop”, Michael Jackson.