The History of Pop

  • The Beginnings

    The Beginnings
    Pop is a musical genre that originated in the United States and the United Kingdom in the late 50s as a result of the combination of 'rock & roll' with other musical genres of the time. The term 'Pop' comes from the word 'popular'.
    the fifties
  • 1960s

    Pop music increasingly became the antagonist of rock music and, as such, has been spreading and globalizing at a frenetic pace, especially among younger audiences.
  • Sunshine

    Sunshine pop is a type of pop music characterized by an upbeat attitude, rich vocal harmonies, and sophisticated production and arrangements-although there is no formal definition of it.
  • Power Pop

    Power pop is a genre of popular music that draws inspiration from British and American pop rock and rock. It typically includes a combination of musical devices such as strong melodies, clear vocals and crisp vocal harmonies, economical arrangements and prominent guitar riffs.
  • The Beatles

    Rock music was in a way the foundational germ of what would later become pop music itself. The appearance in 1962 of the British group The Beatles marked another evolutionary turn of the screw for pop rock.
  • Michael Jackson

    Michael Jackson
  • Pop Barroco

    Pop Barroco
    Baroque pop is a genre of music derived from psychedelic pop that is characterized by the use of orchestral arrangements or instruments typical of classical music such as violins, cellos, flutes, harps, trumpets, as well as old keyboards such as the harpsichord and organ, characteristic instruments of the baroque period.
  • The 70's

    The 70's
    In the decade of the 70's and 80's pop became more relevant than any other type of music.
  • Europop

    Europop refers to a genre of music developed in Europe since the 1980's and characterized by catchy rhythms, simple songs and superficial lyrics. One of the main differences between Europop and American pop is that the former tends more towards dance music and techno.
  • The 90's

    The 90's
    For many people the best era of pop, because at that time were coming out songs of very famous singers that we know today and that marked the lives of many young people.
  • The 2000's

    The 2000's
    The era that marked many because in 2009 was when the king of pop died but apart from this for many pop was the genre that dominated that decade.