Top 10 Best Hyperpop Artists & Bands

Hyperpop is a loosely defined musical movement & microgenre characterized by a maximalist or exaggerated take on pop music. It became among the most popular microgenres of music lately & many artists use it.
The Top Ten
1 Sophie Xeon

No one will ever match Sophie. She literally produced music for so many artists and defined the microgenre. Her fall was very tragic. R.I.P. Sophie (1986-2021).

She pioneered the microgenre by fusing EDM genres such as techno with pop genres. A.G. Cook was originally involved in the label PC Music, and Charli XCX was also involved in early production. However, Sophie was the true pioneer in developing the microgenre in its true form, earning her the title of the godmother of hyperpop.

She influenced countless artists with her style, and the genre dominated music, including collaborating with the queen of pop, Madonna, to produce the song Bitch I'm Madonna. Hyperpop has become one of the most popular styles lately, pushing the boundaries of dance music. Sophie became the transgender queen of pop for her achievements, helping to shape much of modern music of the 2010s and the start of the 2020s.

Sadly, her life was cut short due to a fall from her roof while trying to get a better view of the Moon after its full phase. Her death on January 30, 2021, changed the history of music forever. She was 34. There will never be another transgender queen of pop nor a hyperpop or original producer like her. She created a completely new and original style of music, and now that she's gone, all the artists who made original music styles are now extinct. January 30, 2021, was the day music really died. R.I.P. Sophie Xeon (1986-2021).

2 Charli XCX Charlotte Emma Aitchison, better known by her stage name Charli XCX, is an English singer and songwriter. Her most famous songs include Boom Clap and her feature on Iggy Azalea's Fancy.

She dominated hyperpop and all of pop music for years. She was even featured in Icona Pop's I Love It and Iggy Azalea's Fancy. She's the princess of hyperpop for a reason, and her work wouldn't have been possible without the help of Sophie Xeon (R.I.P.).

She continued to stay strong until Sophie's death, and ever since then, her return to music involved a more common pop style, including dance pop. Her glory days were left behind by Sophie's loss. R.I.P. Sophie Xeon (1986-2021).

Charli XCX is seriously underrated. Her music is well-produced and super fun to listen to. I love the direction she took with her music, incorporating a more futuristic sound.

3 A.G. Cook

He was the man involved in early hyperpop tracks in the form of PC Music. He became the king and godfather of hyperpop.

4 Kim Petras

One of the most popular female artists lately, another hyperpop princess, Kim Petras, played hyperpop and introduced other styles of pop. She's also electro and has plenty of music. But ever since Sophie Xeon's death, her style changed to more common pop and even introduced hip hop with her latest music. R.I.P. Sophie.

5 100 Gecs 100 Gecs are an American hyperpop duo formed in 2015 that consists of Dylan Brady and Laura Les. They self-released their debut album, 1000 Gecs, in 2019 to critical acclaim, followed by a "companion" remix album, 1000 Gecs and the Tree of Clues, in July 2020. Their music has been noted for its often... read more

The duo 100 Gecs helped push the boundaries of hyperpop itself, creating the most extreme form of pop music.

6 Laura Les

The lead female of 100 Gecs, known for being a hyperpop princess for sure. She helped make hyperpop music more extreme than ever.

7 Slayyyter

Known for producing a wide variety of music, including hyperpop, she even collaborated with Charli XCX. She continues to produce music to this day.

8 Hannah Diamond

A legendary hyperpop princess. She has a wide variety of styles, including bubblegum pop, but she's usually hyperpop, and many of her songs are this fiasco of beats heard in hyperpop.

9 Dorian Electra

An intense example of hyperpop. She even collaborated with Rebecca Black and 3OH!3 to remix Friday into an upbeat dance remix, which improved the song.

10 Rico Nasty

Another hyperpop artist in music. She also uses hip hop and rap as well.

The Contenders
11 Food House
12 Grimes Claire Elise Boucher, better known by the stage name Grimes, is a Canadian singer, songwriter, music video director, and record producer.

She's known for many EDM genres, including techno, and she has hyperpop tracks throughout her discography.

13 Ashnikko Ashton Nicole Casey (born February 19, 1996), known professionally as Ashnikko, is an American singer, songwriter, and rapper. She rose to prominence with her 2019 single Stupid in collaboration with Baby Tate, which gained viral popularity on the video-sharing platform, TikTok. The single was certified... read more

A big focus on the hip-hop and rap side of hyperpop.

14 Gupi

Spencer Hawk, by stage name Gupi, makes EDM in the form of hyperpop.

15 Cake Pop
16 Ayesha Erotica

Not a clean name, but she dominated hyperpop and collaborated with Slayyyter.

17 Whokilledxix

I know this is a far-fetched comparison since their music styles are completely different, but they're kind of like the Twenty One Pilots of hyperpop. Their genre of music varies from song to song (i.e., hip-hop, punk, screamo, etc.), but a good chunk of their stuff is hyperpop.

18 Nadia Oh

Her music fully relies on hyperpop.

19 Dylan Brady

The male member of 100 Gecs, who pushed hyperpop itself to the extreme.

20 That Kid

A young hyperpop artist. Hyperpop is appealing to such people.

21 Glitch Gum

They live up to their name with glitchcore music, which is a form of hyperpop.

22 Cowgirl Clue

She puts country pop to hyperactive levels.

23 Tony Velour

He works with 100 Gecs and takes pride in their extremely hyperactive form of music.

24 Lucas Cruikshank Lucas Alan Cruikshank is an American actor and YouTube personality who created the character Fred Figglehorn and the associated Fred series for his channel on the video-sharing website YouTube in late 2005. These videos are centered on Fred Figglehorn, a fictional six-year-old who has a dysfunctional... read more
25 Punkinloveee

I found out recently about her through the song Freak Show.

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