pop music

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Synonyms for pop music

music of general appeal to teenagers

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I keeping thinking, 'How did I end up coming from Alloa to LA to write pop songs for Korean fans?
1 on pop songs for the past four weeks but it has begun to slip as Mendes' song from the album "Illuminate" is steadily gaining in popularity.
ALL FOUR FUN: The Big Moon knock out great pop songs and melodies
They released third album There Is Only You this month and new single Pop Song is one of the highlights.
The jingles that once kept advertising copywriters busy have been replaced by pop songs.
Travis Clark & Co churn out bubblegum pop songs in rock and roll trappings, thereby ensuring chart success.
Summary: He may be suffering from failing domestic popularity but Indonesia's president has found time to release his third album of pop songs.
TWINKLE Twinkle Little Star is still the most popular lullaby despite new research which claims that pop songs are being favoured by parents to sing their babies to sleep.
Despite being voted as one of the top 100 Worst Pop Songs ever, the ditty reached number 12 in the charts - and could now be covered by Mercury Music award winners Klaxons.
The album, which also includes works by Handel and Malher, is a perfect companion to the eclectic collection of pop songs that make up a second disc.
When it comes down to it, we just want to write classic pop songs about girls.
Following this hilarious demonstration of the variety of ordinary movements, Lionel Richie's "Ballerina Girl" acted as a cue for the men in the line-up to leave the stage and for the women to do their ballerina-best twirls, signaling that it would be the words--not the music--of pop songs (played by DJ Gilles Gentner at the front of the stage), that provided the instructions for Bel's unassuming yet analytical choreography.
The "short-lived" nature of gospel pop songs is defended because "for their enthusiasts, the best music is always the latest" (149).