What's your favourite kind of music?
Personally, I'm into quite a lot but mainly:
DRUM N BASS! XD (KENNY KEN IS AMAZING!!!)
But I do like some older music
I have such an eclectic taste, it'd be painful to list all genres. I'd put my zune banner thing up here, but I have absolutely no idea how.
I'll give anythign a chance, as long as it's not rap, hip hop, or dance. I prefer my music to be music.
Enoch was right.
^ Define music.
Well, you don't have to because I can't really be arsed going into it. I'm sure someone else will though.
Hip hop/Dance - to me, is incredibly fast talking, with some horrible beat in the background. For heavens sake, I could do it, given the time and money.
And dance is just..well, lets put it this way. Cascada. Forgive me if that isn't classed as 'dance', but Christ, it's awful.
Music, to me, needs to be tasteful. Mean something. Sound..pleasant. Be made by people who are actually passionate about it - and I think you'll find that a majority of 'artists' nowadays are just infactuated by the fame, the money, and the fans that come with it. It makes me sick.
Enoch was right.
Well for Hip-hop, it's all about the lyrics.
It's either a) something meaningful or b) egotistical
Meaningful being something like this:
There's smoke in my iris, but I painted a sunny day on the insides of my eyelids
So I'm ready now (What you ready for?) I'm ready for life in this city
And my wings have grown almost enough to lift me
clever line, no? underrated poetry.
And egotistical, which is also good in it's own right are more one liners like:
I'm just tryna stack more funds.
baby i'm a god i should walk around with nuns.
but i walk around with guns.
use your head or you'll walk around with none.
which is just for the lawls.
'Dance' is more appreciated if you enjoy going to clubs really. Listening to Ministry of Sound always gets me pumped for anything, or the narcissistic hippedyhawp ^
What's your favourite song of all time out of interest, Jackles?
I'm sorry, but I really can't stand Rock music, but everyone's entitled to their own opinions