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How Has Music Changed From The 80s To Now (2000s)
Transcript of How Has Music Changed From The 80s To Now (2000s)
Music has always been part of human culture and, as society has changed over time, so has our taste in music. What started out a long time ago as random beats, rhythmic noises, and chants, has evolved into what we have learned to know and love, which is called MUISIC!
As you can now see it is evident that the events in history have shaped the Evolution of music. Music has become more portable and readily available as technology has improved. Musicians have used technology to experiment with sounds and rhythms creating new genres.
Country music became more commercialized
Disco was replaced by a new wave
MTV was introduced
Introduction to electric Keyboards and drum machines.
Popular Artist of the 80s
Tears for Fears
Top songs of the 80s
"Call Me" -Blondie (1980)
"Physical" -Olivia Newton John (1981)
"Betty Davis Eyes" -Kim Carners (1981)
"Eye of the Tiger" -Survivor (1982)
"Every Breath You Take" -The Police (1983)
"Billie Jean" - Michael Jackson (1983)
"Say you, Say me" - Lionel Richie (1985)
"That's what friends are for" - Dionne and Friends (1986)
Popular Genres of the 80s
The compact disc was the most popular way to listen to music in the 90s.
In 1995 the DVD took over from VHS.
The introduction of dance music, also known as House or techno.
Popular Artist of the 90s
Boyz 2 Men
Gun's and Roses
Top songs of the 90s
"Hold On" -Wilson Philips (1990)
"(Everything I Do) I do it for you" -Bryan Adams (1991)
"End of the Road" -Boyz 2 men (1992)
"The Sign" -Ace of Base (1994)
"Gangsta's Paradise" -Coolio (1995)
"Macarena (bayside Boy Mix)" -Los Del Rio (1996)
"Candle in the Wind" -Elton John (1997)
The Boy is Mine" -Brandy and Monica (1998)
Popular Genres of the 90s
Introduced Apple's Ipod in 2001 introducing a new way to listen to music.
New genres of music such as Emo and Liquid Funk.
The Music of the 2000's is dominated by hip hop and rap.
Introduced The iTunes store in 2003.
Lyrics have increased with their sexual and violent themes.
Carly Rae Jepsen
Black Eye Peas
"Independent Woman Part one" -Destiny's Child (2000)
"Hey Ya!" -OutKast (2003)
"Gold Digger" -Kanye West Ft. Jamie Foxx (2005)
"Apologize" -Timberland Ft. One Republic (2007)
"Low" -Flow Rida Ft. T-Pain (2008)
"Party Rock Anthem" -LMFAO Ft. Lauren Bennett and Goon Rock (2011)
"Somebody That I use To Know" -Gotye Ft. Kimbra (2012)
"Blurred Lines" -Robin Thicke Ft. TI and Pharrell Williams (2013)
"Happy" Pharrell Wiliams (2014)
Thanks for watching my presentation on the journey through music from the 80s to now (2000s)