bubblegum pop

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bubblegum pop

Optimistic, lightweight, pop music of the late 1960s and early 1970s often written by professional songwriters working for music publishing houses and performed by session musicians.
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The album is a departure from Miley's usual bubble gum pop style.
Her new up-tempo track Hold it Against Me clearly isn't her usual bag and is far removed from the bubble gum pop she was renowned for when she surfaced more than a decade ago.
WITH an eclectic line-up showcasing everything from bubble gum pop to rib-rattling bass as well as one of the most stunning festival sites in Britain already firmly in the bag, Beach Break Live, the UK's biggest beachside festival, looks set to be one of this summer's biggest draws.
Pint sized teen phenomenon Justin Bieber has bubble gum pop songs that make hearts melt.
Hall, who before entering Congress was famous for writing such bubble gum pop music hits as "Dance With Me," "Dancin' In the Moonlight," and "Still the One," received $2,500 from the Credit Union Legislative Action Council in November.
DELIVERING her own blend of bubble gum pop music, US sensation Katy Perry played to a packed O2 Academy last night, giving us an impressive performance.
They embraced the bubble gum pop of Grease and the anti-establishment rage of the Sex Pistols, elevated the curly-permed Kevin Keegan to the status of a fashion icon and were transfixed by Star Wars.
Deborah Gibson, grown up from her bubble gum pop days and looking like a ``Hair'' refugee, scores with the New York anthem ``Another Hundred People.
The girls have already turned down two record deals from moguls who wanted to mould them into a bubble gum pop outfit, as they want to do it their own way and make it as a raunchy hip-hop trio.
Walsh must be spending too much time in the studio drowning in a sea of bubble gum pop and, just like the petty bigots in Antrim and the politically driven Paul Murphy, he has lost touch with what really matters - the thousands who will arrive in Dublin on Saturday determined to prove that they are not just as good as their able-bodied hosts, but in many ways much better.
During the past generation, ethnicity has begun to loosen its grip on musical style as black artists top the pop charts, white men reinvent jazz, Latino women sing bubble gum pop and white performers rap in imitation of the style's black founders.