Top Ten Least Popular Music Genres


The Top Ten

1 Country

Country blah

This is far from underrated.

Improved research needed here, the #2 most popular music artist in US history is a Country act, plus 2 others in the top 10 regularly crossed over into Country.
One might even say The Beatles did at least a couple of Country songs, including "Act Naturally" [a cover though], and "Rocky Raccoon".

As a country fan living in Hong Kong, I’ll say this: The genre seems to be very popular in the USA, but country hasn’t had as much global popularity unlike many other American and western music genres like Hip-Hop/R&B and electronic music. But things like increasing globalization and music streaming, more liberalism in country music, and the Country 2 Country festivals seem to be changing that! I do hear mainstream country played in Asia sometimes!

2 Metal

What the heck!? Metal is awesome! So are all types of Metal.

What? No. Metal is pretty popular. - Pegasister12

3 Death Metal

Death metal is the bomb

No it is very popular


4 Heavy Metal Heavy Metal Heavy Metal music is a sub-genre of rock music that originated in the late 1960s-70s, featuring more distorted and heavier instrumental work and darker lyrical themes. Heavy Metal broke into mainstream success with bands such as Black Sabbath, Iron Maiden and Metallica. more.
5 Hard Rock Hard Rock Hard Rock is a subgenre of rock music known for having heavier guitar riffs/solos. It originated around 1964-1965 with various Garage Rock bands.
6 Rap

Whoever said rap is just talking is retarded because it literally stands for rhythm and poetry

Rap is just talking

7 Techno

Love it. It's getting popular by day

8 Jazz Jazz

Jazz is not really popular to most people. I'm not one to start a stereotype but I think jazz is only enjoyable to most old people.

9 Children’s Music

Johnny johnny
yes papa?
eating sugar?
no papa
telling lies?
no papa

10 Irish Folk

The Contenders

11 Rock Rock Rock music is a music genre that was created in the 1940s. The genre got popular during the 60s, 70s and 80s. Rock bands generally consists of a guitar player, a drummer, bass player and singer. There are a lot of rock subgenres.

He best thing ever

I find it a shame that I'm the only one in my entire grade (i'm in the final grade) that knows who the beatles, led zeppelin, queen, etc. are. everyone else listens to justin bieber or drake or someone like that. - NickelbackLinkinPark4Eva

12 Progressive Rock Progressive Rock Progressive rock is a broad genre of rock music that developed in the United Kingdom and United States throughout the mid to late 1960s.
13 Powerviolence

Never heard of it, so it must be a good contender.

14 Folktronica’s a thing

15 Skweee
16 Industrial
17 Dubstep Dubstep

Dubstep ain't dead!

Dubstep ain't dead.

18 Bluegrass
19 Nintendocore
20 Indietronica
21 Post Hardcore
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