Top Ten Music Genres You Have Grown Away FromBritgirl Music reflects changes in our lives. For whatever reason, we move away from a genre which we once listened to all the time. These 10 aren't my choice (just a couple). Which music genre did you once love but have grown away from? Feel free to add any you feel I've missed.
The Top Ten
More or less everybody listens pop music. Even Ritchie Blackmore was/is a big fan of pop music. I also started with pop music. I still like some pop songs. - zxm
Yesterday, I tried listening to Adele, Coldplay; all the usual mainstream chart stuff (that I once thought - apart from Jazz- made me happy) just to see how I would feel...it was like a black cloud descended on me. A physical and emotional sickness smothered me, drained my energy. I just cannot bring myself to listen to pop; rap; indie or Britpop again. I felt awful.
I'm not exaggerating when I say that Blues or anything Blues-related probably saved my sanity. I'm a happier woman since I started listening to it. My family especially have noticed the change in me. I never realised just how powerful music really is. - Britgirl
I got into dancey pop music (so Selena Gomez, Ariana Grande, etc) during my godawful 6th grade year but around March of that same school year I grew out of it and moved back to my normal music. - Anonymousxcxc
Along with pop songs, I also enjoyed rock music. Rock has stuck on my mind like forever. - zxm
I'm starting to lose interest in it
I used to like country music until they became basically Pop songs with words like Beer, Trucks, Tractors, and Redneck thrown in - christangrant
I don't like modern country. I prefer the 20th century country when the songs had more meaning to them. - Britgirl
It took me some time to get into metal. But after getting it I love it. - zxm
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