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  • 1. Task 6 – Choose a musical genre/genres in your magazine. List the names of bands/artists that are part of this genre, a brief history of the genre and the type of imagery associated with it.
  • 2. Musical Genre
    • The genre I will be doing is a genre of music that covers Pop, Grime and R&B because it is the mainstream target audience that I would like to focus on. My magazine would be based for young teenagers from 11 – 21 year olds. I want to aim for an audience that listen to a mixture of music, the songs that are normally played on radios.
  • 3. Pop Artists
    • Taylor Swift
    • Jessie J
    • Adele
    • Katy Perry
    • Pixie Lott
    • Rihanna
    • Kelly Clarkson
    • Bruno Mars
    • Matt Cardle
    • Justin Bieber
    • Taio Cruz
    • Olly Murs
    • Tinchy Stryder
    • Labrinth
    • Ed Sheeran
    • Ndubz
  • 4. Pop
    • Pop originated from the 1950s. Pop is sort for popular music.
    • The type of imagery it is associated with, is the rounded font of the word pop which is interpreted on most of the pop magazines
    • Eg.
  • 5. Grime
    • Grime originated from East London in the early 2000s. In these songs they have complex 2-step, 4X4, breakbeats, generally around 140 beats per minute, or sometimes structured around a halftime rhythm, and constructed from a range of string and electronic sounds.
    • It is associated with dirt and slime, hence the font of the word would be more like this. Not very neat. The drippy effect. The letters are joined together
  • 6. R&B
    • R&B is a combination of hip hop, soul and funk. Although the abbreviation “R&B” originates from traditional rhythm and blues music, today the term  R&B  is most often used to describe a style of African American music in the earl 1980s.
    • It is associated with dance and hip hop, up tempo music. Just capitals on this font. Nothing fancy. However there is an outline.