October 3, 2011
Over the period of years music has changed drastically. Music has become a major factor in people’s lives of all ages. Music is becoming a mixed variety of different cultures. For example more African-American cultures are beginning to like more of the Pop music instead of just R&B and Rap. The impact of music does not impact just certain ages but it impacts all ages. The reason for that is music give a broader impact on what is being played. Also, children from the ages of one and up are mostly listening to the same music as their parents. Finally, the impact of music gives people of all ages to dress a certain way.
To begin with, music gives a broader impact on what is being played. Music today opens up a wide variety of sounds. Many people do not listen to the lyrics, but they listen to the beats that are being played. The beats of music are far more important than the lyrics because rappers and singers are finding ways to make money off of them. The beats of music are the money maker and it impacts music a whole lot. Also, aspiring rappers and singers are even trying to create their own music on these different beats so they could be recognized. Music producers and artist know what is going to sell to the audience. The variety of sounds that are put out their gives a broader impact of what is heard in music.
Next, children from the ages of one and up are mostly listening to the same music as their parents. When it comes to music most children can tell what the name of a song is and what the words are within the song. Children are impacted by music because most parents are not letting them listen to any other music besides Rap and R&B. For example, a child can sing a Nicki Minaj song or Lil Wayne song but can’t sing their ABC’s. In my opinion these artist may need to come up with their own version of the ABC song and children will be...