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  • 1. Music Tribes 
  • 2. Hip Hop Hip hop music is a musical genre which appeals to Many people but mainly the young community, the fashion sense of people who listen to hip hop is mainly developed from what hip hop artists themselves wear. As you can see from the picture the style of hip hop artists is smart and yet very modernised. Their main music interest is hip hop unlike some music genres hip hop is more about the lyrics and personal identification. The genre hip hop began in the Bronx in New York in the 70’s since then the amount of people who listen to it has grown a lot. The target audience has widened a lot.
  • 3. Rock Rock music entered the music scene in the 60’s.The sound of rock will often include many different types of guitars, drums and keyboard instruments. There are many different types of rock music and depending on the type of rock depends on the audience some rock artists include Slipknot Nickleback and Guns N Roses. Rock is popular all over the world with many different types of people.
  • 4. Pop
    • Pop music is a genre of music developed from the mid 50’s it has a main focus of commercial recording and is aimed at the youth culture, it is usually made for the youth culture, made up of short simple love songs, again similar to hip hop people listen to it for identification of the lyrics
  • 5. Gothic
    • Gothic rock (also known as Goth Rock or simply Goth ) is a subgenre of Punk and Rock that formed during the late 70s. Gothic rock bands grew from the strong relationships they had to the English punk rock and emerging on the punk scenes. The genre itself was made a separate genre from punk rock during the early 80s largely due to the significant difference in audience. Gothic rock, as opposed to punk, combines dark, often keyboard-heavy music with introspective and depressing lyrics.
  • 6. Indie
    • Indie rock is a genre of rock music that was founded in the United States of America and the United Kingdom in the 80s. The term indie is often used to describe the distribution of independent, underground music. Indie rock artists are known for maintaining complete control of their music and careers, releasing albums using independent record labels (sometimes owned by and created by themselves) and they also rely on touring, word of mouth, and their songs being played on independent or even school radio stations and, in recent years, the Internet has been used for promotion.
  • 7. R‘n’B
    • Rhythm and blues (also known as R&B or R'n'B ) is the name that was given to a wide ranging genre of very popular music. It was created by African Americans in the late 40s and early 50s. The term originated from record companies using it to refer to recordings marketed dominantly to urban African Americans, at a time when "urbane” rocking, jazz based music with a heavy, instant beat" was becoming more and more popular.
  • 8. Emo
    • Emo is a style of rock music typically stereotyped by melodic musicianship and expressive, explicit, often confessional lyrics. It originated in the mid 80s hardcore punk of Washington D.C was its inspiration, where it was known as "emotional hardcore" or "emocore" and was helped along by bands such as Rites of Spring and Embrace. As the style of music was echoed by contemporary American punk bands, its sound and meaning changed, blending with pop punk and indie rock and captured in the early 90s by groups such as Jawbreaker and Sunny Day Real Estate. By the mid 90s numerous emo acts came from the Midwestern and Central United States, and several independent record labels began to specialize in the genre.