What music will be a 'hit' in the late future?

January 20, 2010 9:47pm CST
In your own opinion, what genre or kind of music will be a hit in the upcoming years and in the late future?
3 responses
• Canada
21 Jan 10
Very interesting. Hmm its hard to tell unless you are some kind of psychic or something.. But my best estimate would be that Pop, Rap, and Hip Hop will probably still continue to be a big hit with the kids and younger people, and I think screamo and hardcore type music may still be a hit but its hard to say for sure. Its one of those things that are kind of a fad and probably will die out eventually. And I think classic rock and all the best old rock stations will still continue to be successful because the people who like that music continue to support those stations and wont listen to the new crappy music.
• Philippines
21 Jan 10
hmm, I kinda agree with the fact that hardcore and alike kind of music will be a hit because of the fact that as the years goes by, the rhythm of music that peole will love are the one withe the fast beat. . .and the faster the beat, the faster it is to be likened by someone listening. I
• Canada
22 Jan 10
Yeah it only makes sense really. And its kind of like good music to listen to when youre angry or something.. And I think kids these days have a lot of anger and stress they want to let out. I guess it was kind of like the early 90's music (grunge) with kids and teenage angst and all that.
• India
21 Jan 10
as far as we know, hip-hop, r&b , trance, electronic, rap will hugely hit amongst youth because it creates a indepth place inside hearts of music lovers of recent era, new generation music listeners wants something new, & fresh from musicians and music composers across the all over the world, that is why it's a time for something different and unconventional
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• United States
21 Jan 10
Considering it started with melodies, then a beat was added to it, then the backbeat was emphasized, then they started screaming, and now they sing in monotone. Where can it go from there? I doubt it will be popular, but there are some musicians who use instruments that go beyond the modern even-tempered 12 note chromatic scale, sometimes referred to as "microscale." I haven't heard any works yet, but if they do the Pythagorean scale, I would like to experience that.