Top 10 Things That Should Happen to Music In 2015

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1Pop will be like 80's Pop

They tried doing this with Uptown Funk, but it wasn't exactly a success.

They should use tech from the 80s to make it even more authentic. No one cares if its mixing sounds dated.

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2Miley Cyrus goes away V1 Comment
3Repetitive song titles like Love, Home and Your My Everything stop being used in Pop songs
4Old rock will be played on the radio sometimes

Queen, Beatles, Black Sabbath, Nirvana, Guns N Roses, Metallica... The possibilities are endless... - Alpha101

It does on multiple stations. All day

5Songs that deal with drugs and money will stop playing around children

I usually don't like the idea of censorship, but kids are highly impressionable. Songs like these normalize those sort of things. - keycha1n

6New rock bands like Gorillaz are often played on the radio

But then, it will get repetitive and it will just end up being cancer. - SuperHyperdude

7Developing artists' songs get discovered

This would be the greatest thing ever. Go developing artists! - SwagFlicks

8Trash artists like Justin Bieber and Lil B will never appear again
9Justin Bieber retires
10People will stop saying the word "butt" in their songs

This little five year old kid I saw in the playground. Well, I caught him singing half of the lyrics to Anaconda. What a shame, right? - JaysTop10List

But I like butts.

Especially smoking some. - SuperHyperdude

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11Good music will come on the radio often

There really isn't much good on the radio. It's Problem and All About That Bass played over and over again. Let's have Grace by Bob Moses on the radio next. It's a track that barely anyone knows, but it is orders of magnitude better than mainstream pop crap. - PositronWildhawk

Hence mainstream. I don't think what you're suggesting is mainstream, therefore, it won't get played. - SwagFlicks

Seriously? Where I live, it's all Animals and Black Widow here. Hey, put on other songs. One time I counted how many times I heard Problem in one day. Answer: 6 - Stormver101

Well, I found three radio stations that play good music all day. One is retro, one is alternative/rock/metal and the other one actually plays decent pop/rap.

I was on a bus. I heard Problem play 11 times on the radio! Maybe more... - SwagFlicks

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12More genres get played on the radio
13Heavy metal becomes mainstream

It will still have its share of criticism; it won't really get any better. Metal bands would sell out, then.

14Chiptune will be played on the radio
15Video game music will get the recognition it deserves
16Nicki Minaj goes away

This should happen right now.

17Kanye West becomes nicer

More like he stops being so obsessed with himself.

18Songs about partying, sex, drugs, butts, and smoking stop getting made

How hypocritical is it that when people say Metal is bad because it's too violent but they say both pop and rap are good while most of it has smoking, drugs, partying, sex, nudity, etc?

19Producers start being creative instead of making tunes with little-to-no originality
20More Industrial Rock bands get made

No way man. I like industrial rock but I like it better underground because that way music companies won't ruin it.

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Top Remixes

1. Miley Cyrus goes away
2. New rock bands like Gorillaz are often played on the radio
3. Repetitive song titles like Love, Home and Your My Everything stop being used in Pop songs
1. Pop will be like 80's Pop
2. Old rock will be played on the radio sometimes
3. Nicki Minaj goes away
1. Developing artists' songs get discovered
2. Justin Bieber retires
3. Pop will be like 80's Pop



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