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  • Jan 23, 2023
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    No way rock ever makes a comeback

  • Shad0w

    Kanye comeback

    *Ye

  • No Choosers

    Drake still numero uno baby, all he drops is hits 😂

    🗣🗣🗣

  • Jan 23, 2023

    there will be no music in 10 years

  • Jan 23, 2023
    FAKEHERO

    Here’s mine: More and more black people start to make a shift towards creating rock music. Black people move the needle culturally, everyone else follows, and rap slowly loses it’s rank as the #1 genre in the world.

    i’m hearing a lot of young emerging artists making music with some alt-rock vibes it’s definitely headed in that direction

  • Jan 23, 2023
    Chloe Hotleezy

    midwest takeover

    certified trapper bout to lead the wave

  • Jan 23, 2023
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    podcasts will be more relevant than music if it isn’t already

  • Jan 23, 2023
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    I think the next trend of pop music will be folk/country/americana influences.

  • Jan 23, 2023
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    ai music. very polarizing. probably strong generational divides.

    • ghostsingers/ghostrappers are a thing (by 2024)

    • we get a lot of new music from a lot of artists without the artists' involvement (or knowledge in a lot of cases). artists get screwed.

    • major polarization. a lot of artists/fans argue about what real music is, a.i. doesn't have a soul etc.

    • some artists initially embrace it. other artists pull their music from streaming platforms in protest (the ones who can anyway)

    • labels license music to tech companies to train ai's to generate music with, or develop their own in house ai. either way, streaming platforms develop their own without labels due to label demands and licensing agreements

    • lots of litigation


    • streaming platforms offer music generated on the fly and tailored to your exact tastes (and current mood etc).

    • the dsp market probably looks different than spotify vs apple music by this point. an ai-first platform that doesn't exist today could have spotify level marketshare in 3-5 years.

    • live human/ai hybrid acts become a thing. live music w/ real people also gets a boost. also small gatherings of people creating music together (with/without ai-assisted instruments/tools) idk.

    • gen alpha and a lot of casual listeners dgaf who/what made the music they're listening to


    • people can eventually create their own virtual artists, just choose a few options and tap a few buttons. the artists have their own recognizable style, a back story, an image, etc. some people get really into this, kinda like gaming, exploring and interacting with the generated artists' worlds.

    • there's a niche of people who almost exclusively listen to artists created and shared by others and arent really interested in human artists. the most popular ones monetize, make deals with streaming platforms, etc. s*** looks weird as hell.


    none of this is happening in a vacuum ofc — ai becomes the biggest political issue, especially since it's affecting middle class skilled and highly paid jobs previously thought safe from automation. the political and legislative responses are too unpredictable so anything could happen.


    tldr,,, scary dystopian ai music future

  • Jan 23, 2023
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    No way rock ever makes a comeback

    It can come back just not in its original form. Think Yves Tumor or even Dean Blunt.
    It’s gonna fall under experimental

  • Jan 23, 2023

    I WILL BE BIGGEST RAPPER ALIVE

  • Jan 23, 2023

    ai-fused music will start to buzz.

    tiktok will have its own music ranking chart, and potentially its own "patreon" where artists will release exclusive music videos on it.

    tiktok will just take over music period.

  • OVOOP 🕰️
    Jan 23, 2023
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    More and more trash

    More and more ppl being nostalgic about 2016

    Edm music

  • Jan 23, 2023
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    The sound Carti started with WLR and Yeat is carying rn becomes the dominates the culture

    WLR is considered a historically influential album

  • Jan 23, 2023
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    NEW EQUITY

    It can come back just not in its original form. Think Yves Tumor or even Dean Blunt.
    It’s gonna fall under experimental

    Oh yeah, something like that I can see happening. But then how much of a rock it would be?

  • Jan 23, 2023

    Amapiano will become even bigger, will be as big as afrobeats or reggeaton
    More and more US artists will dip into sounds outside of the US

  • Jan 23, 2023
    splice

    podcasts will be more relevant than music if it isn’t already

    Podcasting has already peaked

  • Jan 23, 2023

    Man are we supposed to check back on here 10 years from now

  • Jan 23, 2023
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    Oh yeah, something like that I can see happening. But then how much of a rock it would be?

    I think the rock aspect will simply be the minimalist approach to song writing. I don’t think it’ll be all out rock. More like alternative/experimental

  • Jan 23, 2023

    even bigger push towards sounds and melodies over bars

  • Jan 23, 2023

    same way yeat just making addictive noises we gone be listening to addictive futuristic noise music with no need for lyricism

  • Jan 23, 2023

    underground gonna keep turning into the mainstream

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    the generation of cole kendrick drake will stay relevant for a while but will stop being like the top of the top in 2026
    Rage and plugg will continue to rise but fade out in the mid 20s as cloud rap did
    the sounds of PgLang will become its own movement inspiring copy cats
    UK will continue to grow and be a central piece of modern Hip-Hop more than before
    Alternative diaspora voices become more popular in Hip-Hop such as palestinians and african immigrants
    Several artists from the 10s will have their best albums in the 20s such as A$AP Rocky
    TDE will have a whole new generation of artists and have a second prime with people such as Doechii who I believe will become a star
    industrial hip-hop will stay dead for a few years
    Major labels will fizzle out in importance and be struggling, the arena will become more and more safe for independants and artist created labels
    people such as destroy lonely and ken carson will have huge impacts on the next generation and be seen as pioneers
    ICYTWAT will go mainstream
    Artsy communities will finally fully embrace trap music
    Rock and alt rock +mixed with rap with artists like kenny mason will become more and more popular
    Comeback of concepts and bodies of work, already begun in 2022
    being authentic earns extra respect, but lying in music begins to become standard practice and no one cares as we all get more aware of this in hip hop. We take it as just stories.
    rapping over IDM beats will become more popular
    AI music wont make much strides
    Carti will have 2 more classics
    resurgence of early 10s obnoxious edm pop
    "2016 was so good" fellas become the new old heads
    Tyler, Weeknd will keep getting somehow bigger and bigger, weeknd reaching GOD level status

  • Jan 23, 2023
    Iron Lion Zion

    10 years late

    im talking like an atlanta type run, every state havin hot artist.

  • Jan 23, 2023
    FAKEHERO

    Here’s mine: More and more black people start to make a shift towards creating rock music. Black people move the needle culturally, everyone else follows, and rap slowly loses it’s rank as the #1 genre in the world.

    wouldn’t complain if this happened tbh