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Subject: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: kingofthetemple on 12/25/17 at 3:34 pm

This is how I see the 2010s transition points

2008:early 2010s transition year

2012:mid 2010s transition year

2016:late 2010s transition year

2018:early 2020s transition year

The core 2010s will probably end up being 2012-2017

Quinsentail 2010s year:2014

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Rainbowz on 12/25/17 at 3:58 pm


This is how I see the 2010s transition points

2008:early 2010s transition year

2012:mid 2010s transition year

2016:late 2010s transition year

2018:early 2020s transition year

The core 2010s will probably end up being 2012-2017

Quinsentail 2010s year:2014

I'm personally going to have to disagree. I think 2009 was the real transition for early 2010's culture, though you could probably argue that late 2008 was the transition. I think 2008 was still a very 2000's year culturally.

I would personally consider the mid-2010's transition to having started in 2013. That was when new artists came that would become popular in the mid-2010 's. Ariana Grande and Lorde are good examples of this.

And we still need to wait and see the transition to early 2020's culture. It's way too early to predict.

The core 2010's years will probably be from 2013-2017, with 2015 being the absolute peak for 2010's culture.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Slim95 on 12/26/17 at 1:57 am

Every year of the 2010s had some transition. But mostly 2013 and 2016 were transitional. But 2014 and 2015 are not far behind. Heck even 2017 was a bit transitional. 2010 and 2011 were as well technologically. This decade was just way too consistent and gradual, the transitions aren't as apparent. I'd say the biggest transition we've had since 2008 was 2013, which had a notable shift in certain aspects of pop culture. I have a feeling 2018 will be a major transitional year like 2008 and everything will change and transform in 2018.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Slim95 on 12/26/17 at 1:58 am


This is how I see the 2010s transition points

2008:early 2010s transition year

2012:mid 2010s transition year


2016:late 2010s transition year

2018:early 2020s transition year

The core 2010s will probably end up being 2012-2017

Quinsentail 2010s year:2014

2012 was definitely not a transition to the mid 2010s. That year was 100% early 2010s. 2013 was a transition to the mid 2010s though, and 2014 was the first full mid 2010s year.

Everything else I agree with though. I kind of see the core 2010s as 2011 to 2017 and I can see 2014 being the quintessential year of the 2010s.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: batfan2005 on 12/26/17 at 9:13 am


This is how I see the 2010s transition points

2008:early 2010s transition year

2012:mid 2010s transition year

2016:late 2010s transition year

2018:early 2020s transition year

The core 2010s will probably end up being 2012-2017

Quinsentail 2010s year:2014


I would do one year later for each. 2009 is the early 10's transition year, 2013 is the transition to the mid 10's, and 2017 is the transition to the late 10's. I predict that 2021 will be the next transitional year, and 2020 will be the same as late 2017, 2018, and 2019 culturally.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: kingofthetemple on 12/26/17 at 6:51 pm


I would do one year later for each. 2009 is the early 10's transition year, 2013 is the transition to the mid 10's, and 2017 is the transition to the late 10's. I predict that 2021 will be the next transitional year, and 2020 will be the same as late 2017, 2018, and 2019 culturally.
personally I think 2018-2020 will be its own era different from the 10s and 20s and 2021 will be the real 2020s start.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Slim95 on 12/26/17 at 7:19 pm


personally I think 2018-2020 will be its own era different from the 10s and 20s and 2021 will be the real 2020s start.

That may happen.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: kingofthetemple on 12/26/17 at 7:24 pm


That may happen.
yeah so to me 2018 can end up either one way sparking its own era of culture or 2018 will be the early 2020s start.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: bchris02 on 12/26/17 at 9:29 pm


yeah so to me 2018 can end up either one way sparking its own era of culture or 2018 will be the early 2020s start.


I think a lot of this depends on the 2020 election.  A lot of what is late '10s culture is the result of Donald Trump becoming President, either directly or indirectly.  I think if Trump is re-elected in 2020, the culture that is currently becoming established will be with us well into the next decade.  If we get a new President in 2021, the late '10s will be a distinct era, a bridge between the core '10s and the '20s.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: bchris02 on 12/26/17 at 9:32 pm

As for the transition points, I would say the following.

Early '10s: Mid-late 2009
Mid '10s: Very late 2012 through mid 2013
Late '10s: Late 2016 through mid 2017

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: TheEarly90sFan on 12/27/17 at 9:04 pm


Every year of the 2010s had some transition.


Exactly.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: kingofthetemple on 12/27/17 at 9:13 pm


I would do one year later for each. 2009 is the early 10's transition year, 2013 is the transition to the mid 10's, and 2017 is the transition to the late 10's. I predict that 2021 will be the next transitional year, and 2020 will be the same as late 2017, 2018, and 2019 culturally.
2020 might be the same as 2018 and 2019 not 2017.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Zelek3 on 12/28/17 at 12:30 pm

Summer 2014: Transition from early to mid 2010s with Gamergate, Black Lives Matter, anti-SJW culture rising
November 9, 2016: Transition from mid to late 2010s with Trump elected and a shockingly dead atmosphere that day

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Shemp97 on 12/28/17 at 1:37 pm

2009-2011: transition from late 00's to early 2010s

2013: transition to mid 2010s

2016: transition to late 2010s

2019: transition to early 2020s.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: TheEarly90sFan on 12/28/17 at 2:15 pm

2010: Final year of the late 2000s to early 2010s transition

2013: Last year of the early 2010s to mid 2010s transition

2016: The year that completes the mid 2010s to late 2010s transition

2019: End of the late 2010s to early 2020s transition

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Dundee on 02/15/18 at 7:48 am

2008 was a forced transition due to big events, while 2013 was probably the biggest shift pop culture-wise. Every year after that was more of a gradual transition and they all blend together really, which you know makes sense as time passes.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: 2001 on 02/15/18 at 10:47 am

2018 hasn't even happened yet :o

I think so far 2008/2009, 2012/2013, and 2016/2017 are where some major changes have happened.

2008/09 was when the Recession happened and Obama got elected. 2012/2013 was when smartphones became essential, and 2016/2017 was one of the biggest geopolitical shifts in history.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: John Titor on 02/16/18 at 3:22 pm

Official list of transition points

Precursor Transition


Late 2006:  That 70's show ends,  MTV's TRL starts it's decline in ratings late this year, The WB & UPN end becoming the CW,
Timberland takes over the radio influencing many artists to pursue a dance pop theme (Lady Gaga admitted that Timberland's Loose album by Nelly Furtado was
one of the reasons along with Bowie for wanting to make her music very dancey) Facebook debuts in Late August to the public setting up the next decades dominant.
The Black Berry Pearl and Helio phone debuts giving us a taste of what a smartphone can be like. Ps3 debuts.


Late 2008 Obama becomes president, Economy crashes, The Original TRL ends, Many classic 2000s mall stores end.
Facebook gains more steam than Myspace despite still being very popular. Toonami ends. Lady Gaga debuts and influnces
more artists to copy her style and theme

mid 2013  Early 2010s styles start fading in favor of the newer mid 2010s styles, Ariana Grande and other mid 2010s Gen Z type
artists start to take over. Electropop officially dies, Lady Gagas popularity ends. Mid 2010s trends start popping up. Instagram gains massive
popularity.


Late 2016
Donald Trump becomes president, The gen vibe shifts slightly Conservative , more Gen Z stars take over.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Rainbowz on 02/16/18 at 10:47 pm

Going by school years:

2008-2009: Transition from late 2000's to early 2010's culture.

2012-2013: Transitional school year from early 2010's culture to mid-2010's culture.

2016-2017: Transitional school year from mid-2010's culture to late 2010's culture.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Shemp97 on 02/17/18 at 5:50 pm

2010-2011: Late '00s hold over. Electropop/hiphop, Nicktoons, beginning of modern YouTube, strengthening economy.

2012-2016: Core 2010s, Trap rap, swag rap, soft EDM, Tumblr, Twitter, Instagram, corporate youtube, weakening economy.

2017-present: Late 2010s, transition into the early 2020s.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Fearsword on 02/18/18 at 1:57 am

Early 10s: Mid 2009-Electropop takes over and myspace officially dies out

Mid 10s-Late 2013-Electropop dies out, Lorde and Ariana Grande become popular, Miley goes crazy and Lady Gaga flops

Late 10s-Debatable. There is a strong consensus that it started with Trump's election and increased political division in 2016, but pop culture wise we're still only starting to break free from the mid 10s. So culturally the mid 10s may just be hanging on.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: batfan2005 on 02/18/18 at 11:22 am

Here's how I break it down:

2009-2012: EDM (Lady Gaga, Ke$ha, LMFAO, David Guetta), Millenial pop (Katy Perry, Jesse J, Adele, Carly Rae Jepson), Facebook and Twitter, Modern Family, The Walking Dead, early Avengers (as individuals such as Captain America, Iron Man, Thor, etc.)

2013-2016: Teen pop (Ariana Grande, Demi Lovato, Selena Gomez, Taylor Swift), trap rap, social justice issues, BLM, LGBT rights, Instagram and Snapchat, Game of Thrones, Avengers together, teen dystopian movies such as Hunger Games, Divergent, and Maze Runner, 8th Gen gaming (PS4 and Xbox One)

2017-2020 (estimate): Donald Trump, Alt Right vs. Antifa, Bit coin, decline of Facebook, less trap even though it's still around, rap takes a more political tone (anti-Trump), latin pop, Ed Sheeran like music, Stranger Things, new Avengers (Infinity Wars, Black Panther, Spiderman), Nintendo Switch

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Dundee on 02/18/18 at 2:05 pm

Trap is much, much, MUCH bigger now than it was in 2013-2016.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Slim95 on 02/22/18 at 1:34 am

There weren't huge transitions all decade as the changes were gradual. But this is sort of how it looked like:

2011: The transition was technological this year. Smartphones and tablets really started taking off this year and the focus on mobile and apps really took off. You could say the core 2010s started this year. More gritty music videos and Adele came in the picture and the hipster movement started coming in.

2013: This transition was mainly cultural. You heard a shift in music and some new artists started coming into the picture. There was a shift from super bright colourful aesthetics to a more serious and down to earth feel.

2016: This transition was mainly political. Everything from Donald Trump to alt-right to politics taking people's identity and lives.

For Canada...

2015: The economy crashed and we were in a recession. Stores such as Target went out of business. New prime minster and new premier (in my province). This was like the quintessential mid 2010s year.

These were the main transitions but like I said, because the decade was so consistent you could say there were little shifts every year and nothing dramatic.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: 2001 on 02/22/18 at 10:40 am


There weren't huge transitions all decade as the changes were gradual. But this is sort of how it looked like:

2011: The transition was technological this year. Smartphones and tablets really started taking off this year and the focus on mobile and apps really took off. You could say the core 2010s started this year. More gritty music videos and Adele came in the picture and the hipster movement started coming in.

2013: This transition was mainly cultural. You heard a shift in music and some new artists started coming into the picture. There was a shift from super bright colourful aesthetics to a more serious and down to earth feel.

2016: This transition was mainly political. Everything from Donald Trump to alt-right to politics taking people's identity and lives.

For Canada...

2015: The economy crashed and we were in a recession. Stores such as Target went out of business. New prime minster and new premier (in my province). This was like the quintessential mid 2010s year.

These were the main transitions but like I said, because the decade was so consistent you could say there were little shifts every year and nothing dramatic.


Target was just a 2014 thing. They came in late 2013 and were out by early 2015. It was the most bizarre thing ;D

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Early2002 on 04/27/18 at 4:07 pm

2013


2016

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: batfan2005 on 04/27/18 at 6:49 pm


Trap is much, much, MUCH bigger now than it was in 2013-2016.


I stand corrected as I noticed that Cardi B, Post Malone, and Migos style trap is bigger now than in the mid 10's.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: TheKid99 on 04/28/18 at 5:46 am

The sandy hook shooting looking back really sparked the transition start point to the mid 2010s. So very late 2012 was when the transition started. That was the last time I really recall electropop being dominant on radio. 2013 was really a transformative year like 1993 and 2003 were. 

The culture of even May 2013 was EXTREMELY different from December 2012. Way different music. Shows. General feel.

Late June - July 2016 started the transition to the late 2010s. Pokemon Go was instrumental. It was so different from everything else. And literally EVERYONE played it. We had the DNC and RNC Conventions. Brexit becomes more of a reality. Gold star controversy. The general feel that month was nasty. The pulse nightclub shooting was shocking to many. Dallas police shooting. It felt dark. Looking back. I see this as the point of no return in the transition from mid to late 2010s. Trump winning cemented the change.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: ofkx on 04/28/18 at 9:03 am

Early 2010s: 2009-2013. Transitional year: 2009. Peak: 2011.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iP6XpLQM2Cs&index=2&list=PLDexnV8d1SsLzu_bsNH5WlxjJ9HTRY6Gb
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gM7Hlg75Mlo&list=PLgDP5UKLWaCBsspi1z9GNJfys2C5wXsV5&index=55
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QJO3ROT-A4E
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4JipHEz53sU
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cyk7utV_D2I
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8f7wj_RcqYk
https://i.chzbgr.com/full/8585953280/hB49850B2/
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Mid 2010s: 2013-2016. Transitional year: 2013. Peak: 2015/early 2016.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nfWlot6h_JM&list=PLNjcRCs39tsMRaTPFm4ukeGFvHeCCFMnB
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PIh2xe4jnpk&index=7&list=PLNjcRCs39tsMRaTPFm4ukeGFvHeCCFMnB
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KEI4qSrkPAs&list=PLJP-vX88JwPqT5H2oD7ky-Ax7LsZyuHjC&index=12
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YqeW9_5kURI&list=PLJP-vX88JwPqT5H2oD7ky-Ax7LsZyuHjC&index=16
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fRh_vgS2dFE&list=PLc467n2v-U8CpQdL2hN8RjZRxjuXjfI8j
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0HDdjwpPM3Y&index=7&list=PLc467n2v-U8CpQdL2hN8RjZRxjuXjfI8j
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L1xT_0aQ2iU
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n_PSKpmSEoo
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IdtKbq3Omkw
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Late 2010s: 2017-???. Transitional year: 2016. Peak: ??.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kJQP7kiw5Fk
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BQ0mxQXmLsk&index=26&list=PLX2yDfhJhrZiLLshbRvfZ_BNbmPNeWFIY
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k2qgadSvNyU&list=PLX2yDfhJhrZiLLshbRvfZ_BNbmPNeWFIY&index=7
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xpVfcZ0ZcFM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IPfJnp1guPc
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M4ZoCHID9GI
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=au2n7VVGv_c
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ffxKSjUwKdU
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bOZT-UpRA2Y
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J5GGG0PaSe4
http://cdn.smosh.com/sites/default/files/2017/08/guy-looking-girl-meme-cookie-dough.jpg
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Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: superblyexhausted on 04/28/18 at 10:15 am


Late June - July 2016 started the transition to the late 2010s. Pokemon Go was instrumental. It was so different from everything else. And literally EVERYONE played it. We had the DNC and RNC Conventions. Brexit becomes more of a reality. Gold star controversy. The general feel that month was nasty. The pulse nightclub shooting was shocking to many. Dallas police shooting. It felt dark. Looking back. I see this as the point of no return in the transition from mid to late 2010s. Trump winning cemented the change.


Yeah, the summer of 2016 was very restless. And looking back, as bad as it was on its own, it was really just harbinger for what was to follow.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Early2002 on 04/28/18 at 4:01 pm


The sandy hook shooting looking back really sparked the transition start point to the mid 2010s. So very late 2012 was when the transition started. That was the last time I really recall electropop being dominant on radio. 2013 was really a transformative year like 1993 and 2003 were. 

The culture of even May 2013 was EXTREMELY different from December 2012. Way different music. Shows. General feel.

Late June - July 2016 started the transition to the late 2010s. Pokemon Go was instrumental. It was so different from everything else. And literally EVERYONE played it. We had the DNC and RNC Conventions. Brexit becomes more of a reality. Gold star controversy. The general feel that month was nasty. The pulse nightclub shooting was shocking to many. Dallas police shooting. It felt dark. Looking back. I see this as the point of no return in the transition from mid to late 2010s. Trump winning cemented the change.


The moment Pokemon GO came out you knew the mid 2010s were over

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Rainbowz on 04/28/18 at 4:20 pm


The moment Pokemon GO came out you knew the mid 2010s were over

You sound exactly like John Titor.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: ofkx on 04/28/18 at 4:23 pm


The moment Pokemon GO came out you knew the mid 2010s were over

I don't see how that has anything to do with this ???.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Early2002 on 04/28/18 at 4:27 pm


I don't see how that has anything to do with this ???.


pokemon Go was a breakout successes for Augmented reality shifting it as the next big thing for the late 2010s

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Wobo on 04/28/18 at 4:28 pm


pokemon Go was a breakout successes for Augmented reality shifting it as the next big thing for the late 2010s

No not really John Titor.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Early2002 on 04/28/18 at 4:31 pm


No not really John Titor.


My name is David not John, I am confused

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Wobo on 04/28/18 at 4:31 pm


My name is David not John, I am confused

Well you do sound like him.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Early2002 on 04/28/18 at 4:32 pm


Well you do sound like him.



I googled John Titor, apparently he was a time traveler, how do I sound like a time traveler?

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Wobo on 04/28/18 at 4:33 pm



I googled John Titor, apparently he was a time traveler, how do I sound like a time traveler?

I'm talking about the user on this site lmao you sure the account you are using right now isn't a alt?

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Early2002 on 04/28/18 at 4:33 pm


I'm talking about the user on this site lmao you sure the account you are using right now isn't a alt?
I legit just joined here, I don't appreciate being harassed on here, please stop

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Wobo on 04/28/18 at 4:34 pm


I legit just joined here, I don't appreciate being harassed on here

I'm not harassing i'm just asking.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Early2002 on 04/28/18 at 4:35 pm


I'm not harassing i'm just asking.


I just told you my name is David, and now you have people in threads calling me John.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Wobo on 04/28/18 at 4:35 pm


I just told you my name is David, and now you have people in threads calling me John.

Alright, That2004vibe.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: ofkx on 04/28/18 at 4:36 pm


I legit just joined here, I don't appreciate being harassed on here, please stop

He's just joking :). Btw, welcome.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Early2002 on 04/28/18 at 4:37 pm




I joined this website to chat with other users on decades and now you are randomly calling me other accounts,
I just reported you

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Early2002 on 04/28/18 at 4:37 pm


He's just joking :). Btw, welcome.



OFKX , you are cool!

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Wobo on 04/28/18 at 4:38 pm




I joined this website to chat with other users on decades and now you are randomly calling me other accounts,
I just reported you

I was joking but damn.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Early2002 on 04/28/18 at 4:39 pm


I was joking but damn.


I had a problem on Personality Cafe where people kept linking my snapchat it was scary

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: SmartBo1 on 04/28/18 at 4:39 pm


The moment Pokemon GO came out you knew the mid 2010s were over


How did Pokemon Go single handily end the mid 2010's? That makes zero sense whatsoever. Especially considering that the game is pretty much dead now. 

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Wobo on 04/28/18 at 4:39 pm


I had a problem on Personality Cafe where people kept linking my snapchat it was scary

Oh well im sorry.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Rainbowz on 04/28/18 at 4:40 pm


I was joking but damn.

Stop hurting John Titor's identical twin. ;D

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Early2002 on 04/28/18 at 4:40 pm


Oh well im sorry.


its ok

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Wobo on 04/28/18 at 4:41 pm


Stop hurting John Titor's identical twin. ;D

LOL

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: SmartBo1 on 04/28/18 at 4:42 pm

All of this just because of being called John ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: John Titor on 04/28/18 at 4:43 pm

That account is not me lol

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Wobo on 04/28/18 at 4:59 pm


That account is not me lol

Early 2002 and John Titor commenting on the same thread?  ???

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: John Titor on 04/28/18 at 5:01 pm


Early 2002 and John Titor commenting on the same thread?  ???
    why are you confused I just told u that other account is not me

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Wobo on 04/28/18 at 5:02 pm


    why are you confused I just told u that other account is not me

You guys have the same grammar and speak the same.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Early2002 on 04/28/18 at 5:03 pm


You guys have the same grammar and speak the same.


How do I speak the same as the other account LOL
Words are words.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Wobo on 04/28/18 at 5:03 pm


How do I speak the same as the other account LOL
Words are words.

Same grammar.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: John Titor on 04/28/18 at 5:04 pm


Same grammar.
  sorry wob but this is my only account you are reaching way 2 much

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Wobo on 04/28/18 at 5:16 pm


  sorry wob but this is my only account you are reaching way 2 much

Sorry John that you can't admit that you're using 2 accounts.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Rainbowz on 04/28/18 at 5:32 pm


Be quiet, young child.

You're only two years older than him.  ;D

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Wobo on 04/28/18 at 5:38 pm


I'm 16, I can get a job, drive, and give consent. Wobo, on the other hand, can't do any of these, the age difference is major. Wobo was getting on John's case AFTER he already said he wasn't Early2002, he needs to leave them alone, even if he's joking, he's still being a nuisance.

I'm about to be 14 in 7 days and you're still a kid eitherway if you're 16 buddy so you might as well rephrase what you just said also 13 is the consent of age in Japan so how am i still a child? And it doesn't matter if you can do any of the other stuff you just said you're not even 18 yet and you're calling me a child.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Rainbowz on 04/28/18 at 5:42 pm


I'm 16, I can get a job, drive, and give consent. Wobo, on the other hand, can't do any of these, the age difference is major. Wobo was getting on John's case AFTER he already said he wasn't Early2002, he needs to leave them alone, even if he's joking, he's still being a nuisance.

I mean legally you're still a child yourself too. You're both under 18 anyway and are about to attend high school with each other this year. The age gap isn't really that big.  ;D

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Wobo on 04/28/18 at 5:43 pm


I mean legally you're still a child yourself too. You're both under 18 anyway and are about to attend high school with each other this year. The age gap isn't really that big.  ;D

Agreed.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Dr. Mario on 04/28/18 at 6:03 pm


I mean legally you're still a child yourself too. You're both under 18 anyway and are about to attend high school with each other this year. The age gap isn't really that big.  ;D

I agree that me and Wobo are in the same age group, and I'll be honest, I said all of that to make myself feel superior. What I really should have said in my first response is "Leave John Titor and Early2002 the hell alone!"

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Wobo on 04/28/18 at 6:19 pm


I agree that me and Wobo are in the same age group, and I'll be honest, I said all of that to make myself feel superior. What I really should have said in my first response is "Leave John Titor and Early2002 the hell alone!"

Well your superiority didn't work stop being ageist.  :P

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Dr. Mario on 04/28/18 at 6:23 pm


Well your superiority didn't work stop being ageist.  :P

I'm done with this conversation. I already got my point across in the last few posts I made. I don't want to get into a heated argument with you.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Wobo on 04/28/18 at 6:27 pm


I'm done with this conversation. I already got my point across in the last few posts I made. I don't want to get into a heated argument with you.

I'm just saying i've been called child too many times not just by a 16 year old, by Slowpoke also.
13 and 16 isn't that big of an age gap.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Dr. Mario on 04/28/18 at 6:51 pm


I'm just saying i've been called child too many times not just by a 16 year old, by Slowpoke also.
13 and 16 isn't that big of an age gap.

I apologize if I actually hurt your feelings. I was already warned that personal attacks on this website aren't tolerated when I called you a "butthurt kid." If one of the moderators saw my post, there's a good chance I could've been banned.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Wobo on 04/28/18 at 6:56 pm


I apologize if I actually hurt your feelings. I was already warned that personal attacks on this website aren't tolerated when I called you a "butthurt kid." If one of the moderators saw my post, there's a good chance I could've been banned.

No dude it's alright i just wouldn't want to be called a kid by someone 2 years older than me.  ;D

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Dundee on 04/29/18 at 4:54 am


I'm just saying i've been called child too many times not just by a 16 year old, by Slowpoke also.
13 and 16 isn't that big of an age gap.
Nah, 13 and 16 aren't that big of an age gap, I agree. They're both children to me :P

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Wobo on 04/29/18 at 10:28 am


Nah, 13 and 16 aren't that big of an age gap, I agree. They're both children to me :P

Well because you're 21.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: AnakinSkywanker on 04/30/18 at 1:21 am

Early: 2010-early 2014.

Mid: mid 2014-November 8 2016

Late: November 9 2016-Today.


With that said, I think its possible that the early/mid transition happened in late 2013, but I just can't quite tell yet. Also, I think an argument could be made that the 2010's can be divided into 2 separate parts 2010-2014 and 2015-2018.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Dundee on 04/30/18 at 2:36 am

Also, I think an argument could be made that the 2010's can be divided into 2 separate parts 2010-2014 and 2015-2018.

I dunno, 2010-2012 seem to be seen as its own distinct era.

If I had to divide this decade completely based on "feel", I'll go like this:
Early 2010s: 2010-2012
Mid 2010s: 2013-Mid 2016
Late 2010s: Late 2016-Today

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: AnakinSkywanker on 04/30/18 at 5:49 am


I dunno, 2010-2012 seem to be seen as its own distinct era.

If I had to divide this decade completely based on "feel", I'll go like this:
Early 2010s: 2010-2012
Mid 2010s: 2013-Mid 2016
Late 2010s: Late 2016-Today


I think 2010-2012 are just the first 10's years to feel "dated" rather than just distant. For instance I remember having a flip-phone in early 2012 and it didn't seem that weird. These days you might as well pull out an 80's cellphone. Now the reason I think 14 can be seen as a dividing line is because early 14 was the last time where that bright aesthetic "campy" early 2010's culture was visible.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Wobo on 04/30/18 at 6:09 am


Early: 2010-early 2014.

Mid: mid 2014-November 8 2016

Late: November 9 2016-Today.


With that said, I think its possible that the early/mid transition happened in late 2013, but I just can't quite tell yet. Also, I think an argument could be made that the 2010's can be divided into 2 separate parts 2010-2014 and 2015-2018.

More like 2010-Mid 2013

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Tyrannosaurus Rex on 04/30/18 at 4:24 pm


More like 2010-Mid 2013


(Very) early 2014, I thought, still had an early 2010's vibe. It was still part of those (in a way) "innocent and carefree" days before the Crimean Crisis, the Isla Vista rampage, the Michael Brown incident, Gamergate, and the rise of ISIS.

I also thought that neo-teen pop (like One Direction) began to decline in around mid-late 2014, probably because of the political shifts that were going on that year.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Dundee on 04/30/18 at 4:53 pm


(Very) early 2014, I thought, still had an early 2010's vibe. It was still part of those (in a way) "innocent and carefree" days before the Crimean Crisis, the Isla Vista rampage, the Michael Brown incident, Gamergate, and the rise of ISIS.

I also thought that neo-teen pop (like One Direction) began to decline in around mid-late 2014, probably because of the political shifts that were going on that year.
While I agree that the first few months of 2014 were the calm before crap got serious later in the year with the focus being on silly stuff like Flappy Bird or conspiracy theories after the mysterious dissapearance of that Malaysia Airlines plane, the vibe was still substantially different from the early 2010s with the concerns drifting away from the recession onto new fears like the Syria problem, as well as the electropop-style of 2009-2012 falling completely out of relevancy by then.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Tyrannosaurus Rex on 04/30/18 at 5:00 pm


While I agree that the first few months of 2014 were the calm before crap got serious later in the year with the focus being on silly stuff like Flappy Bird or conspiracy theories after the mysterious dissapearance of that Malaysia Airlines plane, the vibe was still substantially different from the early 2010s with the concerns drifting away from the recession onto new fears like the Syria problem, as well as the electropop-style of 2009-2012 falling completely out of relevancy by then.


In early 2015, Zayn left One Direction, which basically marked the death of neo-teen pop altogether.

In mid to late 2015 and all of 2016, political tensions started to escalate with more Gamergate incidents, the Charleston church shooting, the Umpqua shooting, the rise of the SJW and alt-right movements, the "Trump vs. Hillary vs. Bernie" war, the election, and Hailgate.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Philip Eno on 04/30/18 at 5:04 pm


In early 2015, Zayn left One Direction, which basically marked the death of neo-teen pop altogether.


We then called the boy band No Direction,,,

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Dundee on 04/30/18 at 5:17 pm


In early 2015, Zayn left One Direction, which basically marked the death of neo-teen pop altogether.
One Direction still had a few hits after that, most notably "Drag Me Down" so I disagree.

And 2015 was technically a huge year for Teen Pop acts: Ariana Grande, Selena Gomez and Demi Lovato having all simultaneously big hits around that time.


In mid to late 2015 and all of 2016, political tensions started to escalate with more Gamergate incidents, the Charleston church shooting, the Umpqua shooting, the rise of the SJW and alt-right movements, the "Trump vs. Hillary vs. Bernie" war, the election, and Hailgate.
I agree that things heathen up a notch in 2015 but I see it more like an escalation of the mid-2010s until Trump's election. I remember there was already a big backslash against PC culture in 2014.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Tyrannosaurus Rex on 04/30/18 at 5:24 pm


One Direction still had a few hits after that, most notably "Drag Me Down" so I disagree.

And 2015 was technically a huge year for Teen Pop acts: Ariana Grande, Selena Gomez and Demi Lovato having all simultaneously big hits around that time.
I agree that things heathen up a notch in 2015 but I see it more like an escalation of the mid-2010s until Trump's election. I remember there was already a big backslash against PC culture in 2014.


You're right. Thank you for letting me know.

Don't forget about Shawn Mendes.

2016 was also kind of big for them too even though they were on the decline - you had Jacob Sartorious.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Rainbowz on 04/30/18 at 5:26 pm


You're right. Thank you for letting me know.

Don't forget about Shawn Mendes.

2016 was also kind of big for them too even though they were on the decline - you had Jacob Sartorious.

I'd actually rather listen to Baby by Justin Bieber than Sweatshirt by Jacob Sartorius.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Tyrannosaurus Rex on 04/30/18 at 5:28 pm


I'd actually rather listen to Baby by Justin Bieber than Sweatshirt by Jacob Sartorius.


Jacob Sartorius is probably one of the most annoying acts in the history of pop culture.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Dundee on 04/30/18 at 5:31 pm


Jacob Sartorius is probably one of the most annoying acts in the history of pop culture.
He was more like another Rebecca Black-type of internet sensation than really an artist with actual chart presence and fandom following.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: ofkx on 04/30/18 at 5:32 pm

I know this is going to sound a bit weird but in 2014 the format of memes changed from rage comics and Bad Luck Brian/Scumbag Steve-type memes to Vine memes and Twitter texts which I think is a big sign of early 2010s culture ending. Also, Snapchat became popular.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Tyrannosaurus Rex on 04/30/18 at 5:36 pm


I know this is going to sound a bit weird but in 2014 the format of memes changed from rage comics and Bad Luck Brian/Scumbag Steve-type memes to Vine memes and Twitter texts which I think is a big sign of early 2010s culture ending. Also, Snapchat became popular.


I don't know if a lot of people will agree with me about this, but I thought that 2014 felt more like 2015 and most of 2016 than 2013.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Tyrannosaurus Rex on 04/30/18 at 5:38 pm

If there was a 90's equivalent to 2013, it'd very likely be 1992.

In 2013, 2010's trends start to rise in full force and progressively push 2000's trends to the past.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Rainbowz on 04/30/18 at 5:41 pm


Jacob Sartorius is probably one of the most annoying acts in the history of pop culture.

When he came out with Sweatshirt, I was just like "Damn, why didn't I become deaf before I listened to this?" It was even worse than Friday by Rebecca Black.  ;D

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: ofkx on 04/30/18 at 5:42 pm


If there was a 90's equivalent to 2013, it'd very likely be 1992.

In 2013, 2010's trends start to rise in full force and progressively push 2000's trends to the past.

Yeah, 2013 felt like the last year with any 2000s holdovers.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Tyrannosaurus Rex on 04/30/18 at 8:38 pm


Yeah, 2013 felt like the last year with any 2000s holdovers.


2008-2012 was the Electropop Age.
2013 was a year that served as a "bridge" between the electropop era and the peak 2010's
2014-2017 was the peak 2010's.
2018 (probably too early to judge now), in my opinion, was when 2010's culture seemed to decline. A lot of people may disagree with me here, but I think that this year is the first year that leaned Gen Z in politics.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Rainbowz on 04/30/18 at 8:41 pm


2008-2012 was the Electropop Age.
2013 was a year that served as a "bridge" between the electropop era and the peak 2010's
2014-2017 was the peak 2010's.
2018 (probably too early to judge now), in my opinion, was when 2010's culture seemed to decline. A lot of people may disagree with me here, but I think that this year is the first year that leaned Gen Z in pop culture and politics.

Damn you late asf.  ;D ;D IMO Pop culture was already leaning Z by like the 2015-2016 school year.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Wobo on 04/30/18 at 8:45 pm


Damn you late asf.  ;D ;D IMO Pop culture was already leaning Z by like the 2015-2016 school year.

Lol

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Tyrannosaurus Rex on 04/30/18 at 8:48 pm


Damn you late asf.  ;D ;D IMO Pop culture was already leaning Z by like the 2015-2016 school year.


Whoops.

I put it there because there seems to be a lot more Gen Z stereotypes this year than last year.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Slim95 on 04/30/18 at 8:54 pm

So far 2016 probably had the biggest transition.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Rainbowz on 04/30/18 at 8:58 pm


So far 2016 probably had the biggest transition.

I'm going to sound like a decadeologist for saying this but the vibe that 2016 had felt quite different from the vibe 2015 had IMO.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Early2002 on 04/30/18 at 9:35 pm


I'm going to sound like a decadeologist for saying this but the vibe that 2016 had felt quite different from the vibe 2015 had IMO.


November 2016 had this dark weird Shift vibe


Similar to 2008 but dark,  I Don't know if it is because thats when it became dark out at night faster lol
It just had this.......whoa what is going on here, and seeing Dave Chappelle  come back out of nowhere
in 10 years at the time lol  IT just felt very weird and new


The  late 2008 vibe felt more stable, despite all of the things closing
The Late 2016 vibe felt unstable and anything could happen

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: SeaCaptainMan97 on 04/30/18 at 9:48 pm


November 2016 had this dark weird Shift vibe


Similar to 2008 but dark,  I Don't know if it is because thats when it became dark out at night faster lol
It just had this.......whoa what is going on here, and seeing Dave Chappelle  come back out of nowhere
in 10 years at the time lol  IT just felt very weird and new


The  late 2008 vibe felt more stable, despite all of the things closing
The Late 2016 vibe felt unstable and anything could happen


Would you say November 9, 2016 was the most transitional day since September 11, 2001?

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: mxcrashxm on 05/01/18 at 2:14 am


And 2015 was technically a huge year for Teen Pop acts: Ariana Grande, Selena Gomez and Demi Lovato having all simultaneously big hits around that time.
I'm sorry, but I disagree. There's no way these ladies could have still been considered teen-pop by 2015. Ariana's first two albums are definitely of that genre, but not anything after the second one. Oh and I don't remember any Ariana tracks coming out in 2015 unless there was one that I missed. As for Selena and Demi, their teen pop phase actually ended much earlier. By 2011, they were transitioning from teen pop to general pop since they were getting too old for Disney at that point as well achieving success outside that market. 2008-10 was their teen pop stage.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Longaotian00 on 05/01/18 at 5:38 am


I'm sorry, but I disagree. There's no way these ladies could have still been considered teen-pop by 2015. Ariana's first two albums are definitely of that genre, but not anything after the second one. Oh and I don't remember any Ariana tracks coming out in 2015 unless there was one that I missed. As for Selena and Demi, their teen pop phase actually ended much earlier. By 2011, they were transitioning from teen pop to general pop since they were getting too old for Disney at that point as well achieving success outside that market. 2008-10 was their teen pop stage.


You don't have to be a teenager to be a teen pop artist lmao, you just have to be primarily marketed towards the younger audiences, I would definetly still consider someone like Selena Gomez as a teen pop artist.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Dundee on 05/01/18 at 5:50 am


I'm sorry, but I disagree. There's no way these ladies could have still been considered teen-pop by 2015. Ariana's first two albums are definitely of that genre, but not anything after the second one. Oh and I don't remember any Ariana tracks coming out in 2015 unless there was one that I missed.

She still had "One Last Time" as a hit that year, as well "Focus" which didn't do nearly as well but went in multiple top twenties across the globe nonetheless.

As for Selena and Demi, their teen pop phase actually ended much earlier. By 2011, they were transitioning from teen pop to general pop since they were getting too old for Disney at that point as well achieving success outside that market. 2008-10 was their teen pop stage.
Their audience seems towarding later teens like 15-16 years olds. I was still in High School by then and there was definitely a craze around their latest stuff among the young girls. Their stuff that year was certainly a lot edgier than their Disney stuff (which imo targets mostly kids and young teenagers, and not teenagers specifically), but it was more in a young wild, free-spirited and still acceptable way rather than the all-out urban and shock value way Miley Cyrus went in 2013.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Early2002 on 05/01/18 at 11:26 am


Would you say November 9, 2016 was the most transitional day since September 11, 2001?


Nah most transitional since 2008

The vibe felt the same except Darker






Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: ofkx on 05/01/18 at 12:21 pm

From my own observations, boy bands we're already out by late 2014. I remember during 4th to 6th grade-ish (2011-2013), all the girls at my school were obsessed with 1D. There was even this one weird girl who had a small picture of Harry Styles she cut out of a magazine that she always kept in her bag lol. But during my middle school years (late 2014-early 2016), they weren't really popular anymore, and no one really listened to their music. So yeah, I think teen pop died in 2015. And I don't really consider Selena Gomez and Ariana Grande as teen pop artists since most of their music deals with more mature themes.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: batfan2005 on 05/01/18 at 12:57 pm


Would you say November 9, 2016 was the most transitional day since September 11, 2001?


Actually I'd say that particular day of 2016 is more like whatever day that the Florida recount was finalized and GWB was officially declared elected. Both were surprising (and controversial) victories for the GOP candidates.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: mxcrashxm on 05/01/18 at 1:17 pm


You don't have to be a teenager to be a teen pop artist lmao; you have to market towards the younger audiences primarily, I would still consider someone like Selena Gomez as a teen pop artist.



Their audience seems towards later teens like 15-16 years old. I was still in High School by then, and there was a craze around their latest stuff among the young girls. Their thing that year was undoubtedly a lot edgier than their Disney stuff (which IMO targets mostly kids and young teenagers, and not teenagers notably), but it was more in a young wild, free-spirited and still acceptable way rather than the absolute urban and shock value way Miley Cyrus went in 2013.

I understand that, but one thing you're missing is their sound and image. In 2011 as Selena and Demi were transitioning from their Disney stage, they were willing to market themselves towards not only the same people but also a wider audience and change their tune. I remember listening to "Give Your Heart a Break," "Let It Go" and "Heart Attack" in 2012 and 2013 by Demi, and they were different compared to her Disney songs, which were mainly pop-rock. As for Selena, I recall listening to "Come & Get it" and "Slow Down" in 2013 as well which sounded different as a contrast to her Disney stuff and with her former band. Regarding their image, they both went from good girl to bad girl (although it was sexy). Additionally, in 2014, Selena changed her tune again to where she went the indie route. The only recent song by her that could be considered teen pop is "Same Ol' Love." Otherwise, neither of them have been in that category in the past 5-6 years.


She still had "One Last Time" as a hit that year, as well "Focus" which didn't do nearly as well but went in multiple top twenties across the globe nonetheless.
Oh, I heard that song too although it maybe it was in 2014. As for "Focus," I honestly don't remember that track for some reason, but that's most likely because I took a break from mainstream music that year.


From my observations, boy bands were already out by late 2014. I remember during 4th to 6th grades (2011-2013), all the girls at my school were obsessed with 1D. There was even this one weird girl who had a small picture of Harry Styles she cut out of a magazine that she always kept in her bag lol. But during my middle school years (late 2014-early 2016), they weren't trendy anymore, and no one listened to their music. So yeah, I think teen pop died in 2015. And I don't consider Selena Gomez and Ariana Grande as teen pop artists since most of their music deals with more mature themes.
I agree! I genuinely think it phased out that year too. Zayn left 1D, and the other boy bands, as well as Nick Jonas, were nowhere on the charts. Second, Ariana had shed her innocent image and Selena (although hers was much earlier) was naked on her Revival album cover. Plus, there were tons of new artists who became mainstream such as Alessia Cara, Charlie Puth, and Shawn Mendes, as well as Beiber making his comeback.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Early2002 on 05/01/18 at 1:22 pm


I understand that, but one thing you're missing is their sound and image. In 2011 as Selena and Demi were transitioning from their Disney stage, they were willing to market themselves towards not only the same people but also a wider audience and change their tune. I remember listening to "Give Your Heart a Break," "Let It Go" and "Heart Attack" in 2012 and 2013 by Demi, and they were different compared to her Disney songs, which were mainly pop-rock. As for Selena, I recall listening to "Come & Get it" and "Slow Down" in 2013 as well which sounded different as a contrast to her Disney stuff and with her former band. Regarding their image, they both went from good girl to bad girl (although it was sexy). Additionally, in 2014, Selena changed her tune again to where she went the indie route. The only recent song by her that could be considered teen pop is "Same Ol' Love." Otherwise, neither of them have been in that category in the past 5-6 years.
Oh, I heard that song too although it maybe it was in 2014. As for "Focus," I honestly don't remember that track for some reason, but that's most likely because I took a break from mainstream music that year.
I agree! I genuinely think it phased out that year too. Zayn left 1D, and the other boy bands, as well as Nick Jonas, were nowhere on the charts. Second, Ariana had shed her innocent image and Selena (although hers was much earlier) was naked on her Revival album cover. Plus, there were tons of new artists who became mainstream such as Alessia Cara, Charlie Puth, and Shawn Mendes, as well as Beiber making his comeback.


There was a minor Teen pop era that started in 2006

The Jonas Brothers, Miley Cyrus, Selena Gomez started the mini Disney Teen era that lasted until 2009 and was phased out quickly,
this era was not as big as the Nsync, Britney era at all.

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: mxcrashxm on 05/01/18 at 1:39 pm


There was a minor Teen pop era that started in 2006

The Jonas Brothers, Miley Cyrus, Selena Gomez started the mini Disney Teen era that lasted until 2009 and was phased out quickly,
this era was not as big as the Nsync, Britney era at all.
Correct! I remember that era too and I agree it was smaller compared to the Y2K teen pop; however, I didn't listen to that type of music much back then as I was too old for it. ;D Oh. And we could also add in Sean Kingston, Jesse McCartney and Demi Lavato (she began during this time too).

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: Early2002 on 05/01/18 at 5:44 pm


Correct! I remember that era too and I agree it was smaller compared to the Y2K teen pop; however, I didn't listen to that type of music much back then as I was too old for it. ;D Oh. And we could also add in Sean Kingston, Jesse McCartney and Demi Lavato (she began during this time too).


oxVPUa35zTs

started in 2006 and they were gaining tons of steam

Subject: Re: Give the 2010s transition points

Written By: mxcrashxm on 05/01/18 at 5:49 pm


oxVPUa35zTs

started in 2006 and they were gaining tons of steam
Yeah, it gained momentum and I remember a few of the songs around that time; however as you said it wasn't massive compared to the Y2K teen pop period

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