pop music

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Noun1.pop music - music of general appeal to teenagerspop music - music of general appeal to teenagers; a bland watered-down version of rock'n'roll with more rhythm and harmony and an emphasis on romantic love
popular music, popular music genre - any genre of music having wide appeal (but usually only for a short time)
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Her latest recording under Curve Entertainment, the upbeat pop song, 'Kinikilig,' received a best dance recording nomination in the 30th Awit Awards.
Summary: New Delhi [India], August 10 (ANI): Sony Music Pop, the pop division under global music giant Sony Music revealed the male lead in multi-talented composer Arko's pop song - AAINDA, and it is none other than the versatile actor-producer Riteish Deshmukh.
The Xcerts Pop Song IF only pop songs sounded like this and not One Direction or 5 Seconds of Summer.
His debut five-track EP showcases Joe's ability to craft the perfect acoustic pop song and features title track The City Ate My Brains.
The two music teachers and seven sixth formers from Caludon Castle School in Axholme Road, Wyken, have recorded a pop song and plan to sell the CD to raise funds for the neo natal unit at University Hospital Coventry.
Elsewhere, the album peaks with Knee Deep In My Heart, an uplifting pop song that soon works its way into your head and is perfect Radio SHANE FILAN - YOU AND ME .
Gay Marriage in particular is as brilliantly warped a pop song as you are likely to hear.
Summary: The star Academy graduate Wajdi Lkahel has released a new pop song for his fans called "Ana Ala Wa'di" (I'll Keep My Promise).
Her rise to pop stardom continues with Handle Me, which is pure genius and as feisty a pop song as they come.
This is my favourite song from Blonde On Blonde as I think it proved to me that you can write an intelligent pop song.
Classic American Popular Song: The Second Half-century, 1950-2000 is a college-level survey of what happened to American popular music post 1950: it continues the story of classic songwriters from Porter and Rodgers to Johnny Mercer and Fred Kander, exploring the ongoing (and sometimes surprising) popularity of their works over the decades and considering both the quality of pop song after 1950 and the efforts of writers who worked in an established yet fading musical style.