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Challenge #8: The 2000's Era

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The continued development of studio recording software and electronic elements was observed, through this decade. One such example is the usage of pitch correction software, such as auto-tune that appeared in the late 1990s. Another great impact to this decade was the ongoing development of the internet and user-friendly media players, such as iTunes, and music and video sharing websites such as Napster and YouTube, respectively.

The popularity of teen pop carried over from the 1990s with acts such as NSYNC, Backstreet Boys, Britney Spears, and Christina Aguilera dominating the charts in the earlier years of the decade.

Contemporary R&B was one of the most popular genres of the decade (especially in the early and mid-2000s), with artists like Usher, Alicia Keys, Beyoncé, and Rihanna. In 2004, the Billboard Year-End Hot 100 had 15 of its top 25 singles as Contemporary R&B.

In Britain, Britpop, post-punk revival and alternative rock were at the height of their popularity with acts such as Coldplay, The Libertines, Oasis, Lynda Thomas, Travis, Dido, Blur, The Hives, Björk, and Radiohead, which still continued at the top of the major charts in the rest of the world since the 1990s.

Hip hop music achieved mainstream status after the 1990s and the deaths of many prominent artists such as 2Pac and The Notorious B.I.G. Artists outside of New York and Los Angeles in cities like Atlanta, Houston, New Orleans, Las Vegas, Toronto, and the Bay Area all achieved mainstream success. Popular rap movements of the 2000s include Crunk, Snap, Hyphy, and Alternative Hip Hop.

Despite the hip hop dominance, such as Southern hip hop which lasted for most of the decade (particularly the middle years), rock music was still popular, notably alternative rock, and especially genres such as post-grunge, post-Britpop, nu-metal, pop-punk, emo, post-hardcore, metalcore, and in some cases indie rock; the early and mid-2000s saw a resurgence in the mainstream popularity of pop-rock and power pop.

Despite a slight slip in popularity in the early part of the decade, adult contemporary and country music was still able to find success throughout the 2000s.

Electronic music was also popular throughout the decade; at the beginning of the 2000s, genres such as trance, chillout, house, indietronica, and Eurodance (in Europe) were popular. By the end of the decade, the late-1980s/early-1990s inspired dance-oriented forms of electronic music such as synthpop, electropop, and electro house had become popular.

By the end of the decade, a fusion between hip hop and electronic dance similar to the Freestyle music of the late 1980s and early 1990s, known as Hip House and Electrohop also grew successful.

In Asia and Far Eastern musical markets, with the increase of globalization and the spread of capitalism, music became more Westernised, with influences of pop, hip hop, and contemporary R&B becoming ever-present in Eastern markets.

American and European popular music became more popular in Asia.

Genres such as J-Pop and K-Pop remained popular throughout the decade, proliferating their cultural influence throughout the East and Southeast Asia. In other parts of Asia, including India, Indian pop music, closely linked to Bollywood films and film music, was popular alongside Western pop music.

In Latin America, whilst R&B, hip hop, and pop-rock did have influence and success, Latin-based pop music remained highly popular.

Reggaeton became a definitive genre in the 2000s Latin music, as well as salsa and merengue. Subgenres fusing Latin music such as merengue and reggaeton with hip hop and rap music became popular from the middle of the decade onwards.

The Internet allowed unprecedented access to music and allowed artists to distribute music freely without label backing. Innumerable online outlets and the sheer volume of music also offer musicians more musical influences to draw from.

 

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Re: Challenge #8: The 2000's Era

Best New Artist

 

 

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Re: Challenge #8: The 2000's Era

Best New Artist

bp4437..GREAT SELECTION OF ARTISTS AS WELL AS SONGS...I FORGOT ALL ABOUT THE YEAH YEAH YEAH'S..THE SONG MAPS...I JUST HAVE TO ADD IT TO MY COLLECTION....WHENEVER, WHEREVER BY SHAKIRA..I NEED THAT AS WELL..TAKE CARE..AND BE SAFE...

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Re: Challenge #8: The 2000's Era

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Let's share music in the Playlist Swap

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