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2000's Music

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Katie Emmett

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2000's Music
Examples of Musicians
Samples of Music
Hey Ya! by Outcast






No One by Alicia Keys
Description of Culture
Beginning of social media with creation of MySpace, Twitter, and Facebook
A new technological age with the first iPhone being released in 2007
YouTube created in 2005, becoming a popular video streaming site for music
iPod released in 2001, making music more portable like never before
Music became relatively cheap or free to listen to on the go
Hip-hop and emo fashion were influenced by these music genres' popularity
Definition of Music
Contemporary R&B
, a genre that combines elements of rhythm, blues, soul, funk, pop, hip hop and dance, and
Hip-Hop
music, featuring rap with an electronic backing, topped the charts
Emo/Punk pop
: expressive lyrics, typically combines fast tempos, power chord changes and loud electric guitars with pop-influenced melodies and lyrical themes, "teen angst"
Post-Grunge:
emulates grunge music with distorted guitar sounds, more commercially accessible
Sources
http://www.billboard.com
http://www.thepeoplehistory.com/music.html
Katie Emmett
Mariah Carey's album
The Emancipation of Mimi
was released April 2005, featuring Billboard's Hot 100 number one song of the decade, "We Belong Together"
Beyoncé releases "Crazy in Love" in 2003
Fall Out Boy and My Chemical Romance are leaders in emo/punk pop music
Post-grunge groups include Nickelback, Lifehouse, and 3 Doors Down
Sugar, We're Going Down by Fall Out Boy
How You Remind Me by Nickelback
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