❓ASK What kind of songs you listen most

What music you listen most

  • Sad music

    Votes: 7 36.8%
  • Dancing music

    Votes: 11 57.9%
  • Pop

    Votes: 13 68.4%
  • Rock

    Votes: 8 42.1%

  • Total voters
    19

Stylex

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well I must say that is a nice question ,as for me I listen to many kind of music ,but I go for the one that capture my attention ,and also the one that takes away my sorrows and pains.
 

Nsisong

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I listen to all songs depending on my mood and personal feelings. If am in a sad mood then I listen to sad songs and if I am in a good mood of course I fancy a dancing song, or pop or rock my mood determines it I also fancy soft love songs
 
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skyliequiz

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It is constantly contingent on my mood. If I'm feeling really energized or driven, I'll listen to high-energy music. One thing I want to emphasize is that playlists differ from person to another. It's preferable to have your own and experience the music's vitality.
 

Mentor

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I listen to a whole lot of musin but the best type of music that take most of my time is..
Acapella musin.. The music without instruments
 

Joseph212

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I think in whole i think people listen sad music because sad music are very slow and listen most and this kind of music are a good vibes.
You should not listen to sad music cos of the slow tempo it shouldn't be so am a musicologist it is just to reduce a tempo of the song or write a good song on a slow rhythm that all.
 

Michael 202

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I think the kind of music i listen to is not there because i like inspirational music and that gives vibe and let the body connect to the music eg seyi vibez
 

Innocent Jeremoth

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It depends on my mood.... however, I like listening to Don't Give Up by Peter Gabriel and Kate Bush.
The song was inspired by the Depression-era photographs of Dorothea Lange, showing poverty-stricken Americans in Dust Bowl conditions. Gabriel saw Lange's images in a 1973 book titled In This Proud Land. He felt that a song based on this was wholly appropriate to difficult economic conditions in England under Margaret Thatcher. He composed lyrics about a man whose unemployment causes stress in his domestic relationship. The verses, sung by Gabriel, describe the man's feelings of isolation, loneliness and despair; the choruses, sung by Bush, offer words of hope and encouragement.Gabriel originally wrote the song from a reference point of American roots music and he approached country singer Dolly Parton to sing it with him. However, Parton turned it down, so his friend Kate Bush took her place.
 

Alogakho Esson

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Mostly l listen to Hippop reason being that am a struggler which Hippo contains the black man culture they events of life and beauty of philosophy of nature
 
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