Evolution of Music in the 90's: Pain & Pleasure Sells

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Music and Movies

 

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Amber T

 

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August 28, 2013

 

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University

 

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The decade began with an attraction towards street-life, pain and agony in music with bands like the Nirvana and Metallica. Even in other genres like rap music, gang-life and drugs became commonly bragged about. N.W.A, Tupac Shakur, and Christopher Wallace (Notorious B.I.G) all expressed this life in the hood...
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In addition, pop artists utilize their flawless physical features to sell their music. Madonna and the envious Britney Spears signify this form of lyrical expression. From the early 1990s to today, all of the popular musicians earned their success through their lyrical representation of life. Some found prestige in focusing on life’s hardships, while others chose to express life’s wonders...
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