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Subject: The reason why Teen Pop faded out in the middle of 2001

Written By: John Titor on 01/09/19 at 9:50 pm

Yes people got sick of it, and peoples tastes were changing as the y2k era came to a close, but here is another reason why it stopped.


The studios that Max Martin Founded that made BSB & NSYNC tracks went out of business around 2000, meaning anything made in 2000 was put out for the remainder of 2001 until there was no more to use. Then when 9/11 happened forget it, you really couldn't use left from the stash because peoples moods were different.

Subject: Re: The reason why Teen Pop faded out in the middle of 2001

Written By: bchris02 on 01/10/19 at 1:34 am


Yes people got sick of it, and peoples tastes were changing as the y2k era came to a close, but here is another reason why it stopped.


The studios that Max Martin Founded that made BSB & NSYNC tracks went out of business around 2000, meaning anything made in 2000 was put out for the remainder of 2001 until there was no more to use. Then when 9/11 happened forget it, you really couldn't use left from the stash because peoples moods were different.


Teen pop eras can never last more than a few years because the teenagers that are the target audience grow up and their tastes change.  That's what happened in 2001 and it happened again in 2017.  Most of the time teen pop artists are able to remain relevant but their sound and image will evolve and become more mature.

Subject: Re: The reason why Teen Pop faded out in the middle of 2001

Written By: John Titor on 01/10/19 at 12:08 pm


Teen pop eras can never last more than a few years because the teenagers that are the target audience grow up and their tastes change.  That's what happened in 2001 and it happened again in 2017.  Most of the time teen pop artists are able to remain relevant but their sound and image will evolve and become more mature.

mid 2010s didn't really have a teen pop era unlike 97-2001

Subject: Re: The reason why Teen Pop faded out in the middle of 2001

Written By: Dundee on 01/10/19 at 4:39 pm

Early 2010s had one: One Direction, Taylor Swift, Selena Gomez, Demi Lovato

Then Miley came in 2013, twerked and killed it

Subject: Re: The reason why Teen Pop faded out in the middle of 2001

Written By: John Titor on 01/10/19 at 5:45 pm


Early 2010s had one: One Direction, Taylor Swift, Selena Gomez, Demi Lovato

Then Miley came in 2013, twerked and killed it


Early 2010s kind of had one, it was  more on the Electropop side, Gaga, Katy, Taio,Kesha
the era was not led by Selena or Demi like  the prior was led by Britney Spears & nsync

Subject: Re: The reason why Teen Pop faded out in the middle of 2001

Written By: mc98 on 01/10/19 at 6:12 pm


Early 2010s kind of had one, it was  more on the Electropop side, Gaga, Katy, Taio,Kesha
the era was not led by Selena or Demi like  the prior was led by Britney Spears & nsync


Well, Selena Gomez and Demi Lovato were part of it.

Selena Gomez: Who Says, Love You Like a Love Song, Come and Get It
Demi Lovato: Skyscraper, Give Your Heart a Break, Heart Attack

Subject: Re: The reason why Teen Pop faded out in the middle of 2001

Written By: John Titor on 01/10/19 at 6:19 pm


Well, Selena Gomez and Demi Lovato were part of it.

Selena Gomez: Who Says, Love You Like a Love Song, Come and Get It
Demi Lovato: Skyscraper, Give Your Heart a Break, Heart Attack


I mean it was teen pop but the era was not dominated by it
it was in the background, the neo teen disney era that morphed into more adult teen pop

Subject: Re: The reason why Teen Pop faded out in the middle of 2001

Written By: Voiceofthe70s on 01/10/19 at 6:26 pm


I mean it was teen pop but the era was not dominated by it
it was in the background, the neo teen disney era that morphed into more adult teen pop


"Adult teen pop"? Was it adult or was it teen?

Subject: Re: The reason why Teen Pop faded out in the middle of 2001

Written By: bchris02 on 01/10/19 at 6:26 pm


mid 2010s didn't really have a teen pop era unlike 97-2001


I disagree.  Teen pop was pretty big from 2013-16.  It was mostly led by the likes of Ariana Grande, Taylor Swift, 5SOS, Fifth Harmony, Lorde, Shawn Mendez, Becky G, etc.  The overabundance of teen pop is one reason I didn't like music during the mid '10s as well.

Subject: Re: The reason why Teen Pop faded out in the middle of 2001

Written By: John Titor on 01/10/19 at 7:01 pm


I disagree.  Teen pop was pretty big from 2013-16.  It was mostly led by the likes of Ariana Grande, Taylor Swift, 5SOS, Fifth Harmony, Lorde, Shawn Mendez, Becky G, etc.  The overabundance of teen pop is one reason I didn't like music during the mid '10s as well.


It was not the same tho, it wasn't like the bubblegum era that we knew.
R&B kind of took over the sounds along with pop with more mature themes.


the only exception I can make is Ariana Grande, taylor, Fifth Harmony and maybe Shawn Mendez, Lorde is more indie/alternative  pop.
2013 is when the next gen of pop took over, but it was more a changing of the guard rather than a teen pop era One direction wasn't really
as big in 2014 2015 2016, Harry went  solo in like 2016 as well.


Everything teeterd on the indie pop side of things in the mid 2010s. Early 2010s was more pure pop.

Subject: Re: The reason why Teen Pop faded out in the middle of 2001

Written By: John Titor on 01/10/19 at 7:07 pm


"Adult teen pop"? Was it adult or was it teen?


The NEO Disney Teen pop era was an era that started in 2006 and was suppose to be the next big Teen pop era,
it consisted of Vanessa Hudgens Miley Cyrus, Ashley Tisdale,Selena Gomez,Jonas as the years went on the era faded out in like
2010 and these artists shifted to more Adult themes.

VP of Disney wanted to make the Disney Neo teen pop singers the next big thing, they were pushed everywhere.
Sadly they never reached the height of the teen pop era of 97-2001, not even Miley's popularity matched Britney.


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