Top Ten Pop Song ClichesToptenPizza This is a list of themes/beats/trends in pop songs that happen too much, to the point where it gets a bit irratating.
The Top Ten
One of many things I dislike about rap is how the idea of a song including a rap suddenly makes it appear incredible. It is really anything but. Especially given that any hip-hop influence detracts from the real purpose of music. It turns anything, from a pop song to an electro song, into a meaningless, deceptive, shallow and twisted entity of egotism and inapt worship. No matter whether the original song ever had a chance. If that doesn't disgust people, I don't know what would. - PositronWildhawk
Featured raps almost always ruined perfectly catchy and beautiful songs to me. I'd always find myself looking forward to the choruses or not listening to it at all. - keycha1n
I don't understand how remixing an engaging song with additional rap would make it attractive. That would take a huge load on my brain just to process that - Kiteretsunu
This happens so much that I used to think every song had the rap as the 3rd verse when I was in 2nd grade. - lovefrombadlandsV 3 Comments
"I am the Lizard King, I can do anything"- Jim Morrison.
I BELIEVE I CAN FLY! I BELIEVE I CAN TOUCH THE SKY! If you actually think you can fly after listening to that song then you're doomed. People can't fly. - RiverClanRocks
This Girl is on Fire
Let it Go - ToptenPizza
You know, like We can't Stop, Party in the USA, We like to party, Tik Tok, Last Friday Night, lots of them. I mean, those songs just never die, they're literally survivors!
We Can't Stop
I get a hangover just by listining to the radio... - ToptenPizza
Lets see anything in my collection...
Comin in Hot
Party by Myself
Everywhere I Go
All About That Bass
Remember The Beatles wanted to hold your hand? Now Nicki Minaj wants to do you in her automobile. - ToptenPizza
Don't forget 75-80% of Prince's discography, though Prince is my favorite artist
Sometimes it's done well, sometimes it's not - mtndewlord
Once upon a time, John Lennon wanted to hold your hand. Then the Mick Jagger wanted to spend the night with you. Now, Robin Thicke... well... he wants to have raunchy sex.
Yes! Can't love songs ever go away? Nope! Love songs are too popular and overrated. All they care about is sexy bodies and big boobs. That's not true love. 99% of all songs on the radio are people saying "baby, I want you" or make weird sex noises. I've noticed that pop songs always have a female moaning. Dude, kids are listening to that!
The Heart Wants What it Wants
Call Me Maybe
Anything by Justin Beiber or 1 direction.
And the constant reason why they love you is because you look nice. - ToptenPizza
Yes it seems like everyone famous got famous from singing some sort of love song for example here's one love you like a love song by selena gomez
True true love songs are about loving someone for who they are. - lovefrombadlandsV 2 Comments
Lets see, Miley Cyrus, Selena Gomez, Amanda Bynes, Hilary Duff, Lindsay Lohan, can't wait to watch Zendaya, Sabrina Carpenter, Rowan Blanchard, Olivia Holt, and Dove Cameron go nuts, score a few hits, then disappear. - ToptenPizza
And Madonna too because "b**** she's Madonna". - JaysTop10List
Every hit Iggy Azalea has had includes some other artist. - ToptenPizza
Jonas Brothers, 1 Direction, Avril Lavigne, all think they are rock, but they are not! - ToptenPizza
Rihanna is definitely NOT rock!
5 Seconds of Summer is an example. - Fandomstuck
Some artists, like Lady gaga use it for special effects, Ariana Grande when she makes a mistake, but then there are artists like Ke$ha who use it to make up for not being able to sing. - ToptenPizza
Pop is NOT dubstep. Get that through your heads mainstream pop artists. - RiverClanRocks
I LOVE beat drops. They make the song easier to get lit to. I especially love those extremely pop/electronica songs that you hear in YouTube intros lol. - BlueTopazIceVanilla
Every modern pop song I've ever heard has that one part where its like "dun dun dun dun dundundundundundundundundudududud-d-d-d-d-d-d-d" and then bass drop.
This is officially known as the "Millennial Whoop", and is included in numerous songs on purpose to appeal to that age bracket.
Scars To Your Beautiful and Best Day Of My Life - lovefrombadlands
BKA Almyghty, Hollywood Undead isn't bad, that song is still good. :D
Fifth Harmony does examples and so does pop artists... 😳 - FandomstuckV 2 Comments
Wait a minute... That's my line during robbery. - Delgia2k
I hear it so much! In all the popular dance songs and stuff, it seems like they just run out of things to say so they go "Raise your hands in the air! /Put your hands up! /Put your hands in the air! /etc" - higgsboson2142
(pop-punk) progression in particular. Axis of Awesome perfectly illustrated this in their "4 note" medley.
I've never really minded 4-Chord Progression, sometimes it works really well - mtndewlord
What is 4-Chord progression, and what's so wrong with it? - BlueTopazIceVanilla
Me and My Broken Heart by Rixton is a good example. - lovefrombadlands
*cough* *cough* Taylor Swift... - ArigatoKawaii
Selena, Miley, Nicki, Lady gaga, Ke$ha, Ariana Grande, Katy Perry, Rihanna. Hoe it up, right? - ToptenPizza
You forgot to mention Taylor Swift. I love how people leave her out because she has a clean image. But in her songs she brags about how many guys she has been with. Don't know how much sluttier it can get.
Ariana Grande... Keep it up and you'll end up just like Miley Cyrus. Once was a "just for kids" actor then later a slutty b*+€h making porn and pictures for men to jerk off too. - Chaotixhero
How is Katy slutty? - AnonymousChick
Apparently it's all about the butt these days.
Yep. I have a big butt, and I'm not sexy
Why? That is a lame topic. - lovefrombadlands
It seems like every singer has to repeat their lyrics.
PEANUT BUTTER JELLY TIME, PEANUT BUTTER JELLY TIME, WHERE HE AT? WHERE HE AT? WHERE HE AT? WHERE HE AT?
Well you have first verse, second verse, chorus, hook
If you mean repeating the chorus you have no choice - Hanasaki
Why is this not on the top 5? or the top 3? obvious reasons why it should be. - Ohno
I feel umcormfortable when pop singers say "Baby"
Yes lol. I currently cannot get Rolex out of my head, and JuJu On That Beat too. - BlueTopazIceVanilla
Yes! I'm tired of that crap!
I don't get it. - lovefrombadlands
My dad likes pop, so when he listens to music like this I ask "is this a boy... Or a girl? " - AnonymousChick
Wait by Maroon 5, I'm sorry Adam Levine. - lovefrombadlands
Nicki Minaj did that in Super Bass and Starships - Iamcool
We the best music! Another One! DJ Khaled! - lovefrombadlands
STOP SAYING YOUR NAME!
I love you! You love me!
This is my fight song - lovefrombadlands
On the bus, we were living it. - lovefrombadlands
This is a shout out to my ex, heard he in love with some other chick - lovefrombadlands
Oh! You mean Harry Styles's voice? That is only in his songs. - lovefrombadlands
Are you down diddy down diddy down diddy down down down. - lovefrombadlands
It should end. But not in Walls Could Talk. It should end in every other song especially Don't Play because it is an amazing song but it says the bad f word too much. - lovefrombadlands
Shake it off. - lovefrombadlands
You don't have to try so hard, you don't have to give it all away. - lovefrombadlands
What is ebonics? - lovefrombadlands
Shorty, ima let you finish, but non-urban or non-black people using ebonics is the most cringeworthy thing ever. We through with that crap.
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