Samples "Pop Music"

Pop Music

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Twenty One Pilots

Bands are not only about the music, but rather about the presentation of the concepts and marketed emotions that play into the hearts of the fans. This is most frequently presented in the context of the clothing and marketing materials. For example, a photograph or flyer that displays the artist...

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Artist Essay: Michael Jackson

Michael Jackson, born in 1958 in Gary, Indiana, was one of the world's most successful recording artists (Jones and Brown, 2005, p. 14). Jackson first found fame as a young child, when he performed with his older brothers in the musical group, The Jackson Five, but he went on to...

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Pop vs. Rap

No matter what genre one prefers, music is a part of daily life that invigorates, shapes mood, reflects the reality, and builds new worlds. In the abundance of genres, rap and pop seem to be completely non-similar as they are based on different concepts, have differing structure, etc. However, being...

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Bob Dylan’s Songs

Bob Dylan is one of the most notable singer-songwriters of the 20th century. While he has a plethora of memorable songs, his songs “Like a Rolling Stone,” “The Times They Are a-Changin,’” and "Things Have Changed" tend to stand out above the rest, and not just because of their universal...

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African American Singer Essay

Even though African American songs may never explicitly state it, they often reflect black people’s consciousness about racism or their experience of racism. Mamie Smith, Billie Holliday, Ray Charles, and Jay-Z: what unites these black singers? Through their song lyrics, they have expressed their negative perception of the existing racially...

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Considering Elvis

In this case, I would say No; defendant’s promise to pay off the mortgage was not enforceable against the state. This is because Presley’s promise was an unjustified promise that was not supported by consideration. By a gratuitous promise, it meant that the particular promise was unjustified thus unenforceable against...

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The Most Influential Beatle

The Beatle I believe has had the most influence on the type of music I enjoy is John Lennon. I listen to a variety of music, so I do not follow just a specific genre of music or what is popular. I can enjoy modern electronic music and older ballads...

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The Beatles Final U.S. Tour

In my concert poster for the Beatles final tour in the United States of America, my intent was threefold. Firstly, I wanted to acknowledge the importance of the Beatles’ musical influence in the United States on the level of pop culture and rock n roll music and its subgenres more...

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Bruno Mars And The Objectification Of Women

Although singer-songwriter Bruno Mars perpetuates many stereotypes about women and money in his music videos, he also challenges traditional views with pro-social messages. Both Mars’s perpetuation of sexual and financial stereotypes and his way of breaking with tradition can be seen particularly clearly in the song 24k Magic. Background Keys...

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Your Eyes CD Review

During the first three weeks of the semester, I listened to Your Eyes CD nonstop. I understand that there are seven tracks total. There is one specific track that I don’t really care for and I have a few of my favorite tracks. When I first started listening to the...

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The Impact of Online Music Piracy on the Modern Music Industry and Its Consumer’s Behaviour

The following paper discusses the phenomenon of music piracy and its impact on the current state of the music industry. First, it presents the background information that covers the process of music piracy development and popularization making emphasis on such its result as music sales decrease. Further, the paper analyses...

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Women and Music: A Short Essay

Music is a way to express feelings. Songs convey a meaning to listeners. Some singers are iconic in their industry, making important contributions to the music world in general. Most genres are taken to be independent; however, there is a relation among many of them: they all feature women. For...

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History in Song

Bob Dylan is one of the most admired and influential songwriters and singers of the 20th century, whose songs addressed a number of political, historical, and social issues, for example, the Civil War, and he struggle for the civil rights in 1960s. In 2016, this legendary person “received the Nobel...

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Music Streaming Payouts

Music streaming is the new way that artists sell their music. Gone are the days of buying a CD or a record—most people simply stream the song for free, or at best purchase an MP3. There are many companies that perform streaming services. Since streaming of music is the main...

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