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A list of Citizendium articles, and planned articles, about Pop music.
See also changes related to Pop music, or pages that link to Pop music or to this page or whose text contains "Pop music".

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21st-century pop stars

  • Justin Bieber: Canadian pop musician, actor and songwriter (born 1994). [e]
  • Miley Cyrus: American pop, rock and country singer-songwriter and actor (born 1992). [e]
  • Developed Article Lady Gaga: (born March 28, 1986), An American recording artist sometimes described as a "gay icon" and "bisexual" with a "larger-than-life" style and a critically acclaimed voice. [e]
  • One Direction: British-Irish pop boy band formed in 2010 with their participation in the UK televised entertainment competition The X Factor. [e]
  • Katy Perry: American singer-songwriter and actor (born 1984). [e]
  • Rihanna: Barbadian musician, actor and fashion designer (born 1988). [e]
  • Developing Article Taylor Swift: American songwriter and country, pop and rock musician (born 1989). [e]

Other related topics

  • Bass guitar [r]: Musical instrument used to fill in the bottom end of music in many bands. [e]
  • Cover band [r]: A band that only plays (or "covers") the songs of other artists, rather than playing original material. [e]
  • Film [r]: A visual medium involving the recording and display of images in motion over time, generally by photographic means. [e]
  • Guitar [r]: A stringed musical instrument consisting of three main types; the electric guitar, the classical guitar, and the acoustic guitar. [e]
  • Musical instrument [r]: An object constructed or used for the purpose of making music. [e]
  • Reggae [r]: A term for a particular music style that emerged in Jamaica in the late 1960s. [e]
  • Rock music [r]: A form of popular music with a prominent vocal melody, accompanied by guitar, drums, and bass, usually with a strong back beat, which evolved from earlier rock and roll and rockabilly music styles. [e]
  • Rock 'n' roll [r]: A form of popular music that evolved in the United States in the late 1940s and early 1950s, from rhythm and blues, country, and folk. [e]
  • Singer-songwriter [r]: Performers who write the lyrics and compose the music for the majority of the songs they perform, often as soloists. [e]
  • Waltz [r]: A melody played with three beats per bar, usually in 3/4 or 3/8 time. [e]