25/01/20 personal chart #1(=) The Weeknd - Blinding Lights (#1 x7) #2(=) Mustard, Roddy Ricch - Ballin' #3(new) L.A.B. - In The Air #4(-1) Dua Lipa - Don't Start Now (#1 x2) #5(new) BROCKHAMPTON - SUGAR #6(-2) Post Malone, Ozzy Osborne, Travis Scott - Take What You Want (#1 x4) #7(-1) Billie Eilish - everything i wanted #8(-3) Harry Styles - Adore You #9(-1) Post Malone - Circles (#1 x4) #10(new) Stormzy, Ed Sheeran, Burna Boy - Own It
Post-grunge for me by default, though I wouldn't mind some more traditional AC ballads as a change of pace.
I didn't much like nu-metal even when it was current, and I'm not too familiar with "snap-rap" (at least under that name), but there's enough other types of hip-hop popular now that I don't think we're missing much.
Oh, nd to finish my review of these genres. Snap rap i've never even heard of so i cant comment, but nu-metal was rhe worst. It prosuced some of the worst music we've ever seen. Luckily, i dont think music will evrr head back in that direction again
Post by filthy blackberry lover on Jan 16, 2020 16:27:34 GMT -5
i wouldn't mind some of the good stuff from nu metal coming back. honestly, i think an updated, more trap influenced take on nu metal has potential, although i'm sure we'd get just as much crap as good stuff.
Will's Top 10 17/1 1. Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now - The Smiths 2. Video Games - Lana Del Rey 3. No Surprises - Radiohead 4. Paranoid Android - Radiohead 5. Please, Please, Please Let Me Get What I Want - The Smiths 6. William, It Was Really Nothing - The Smiths 7. A Lot's Gonna Change - Weyes Blood 8. Peroxide - Ecco2k 9. Criminal - Fiona Apple 10. Gold Soundz - Pavement my last.fm
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