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Subject: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018 (Pop Music Forecast )

Written By: John Titor on 07/16/18 at 5:27 pm

As I said before the new trends (Via someone at RCA records) pop punk is coming back, but there is going to be an it girl getting a push,
but its going to be her band not just her.




The band will be about 4 people, and it is quite obvious why she is going to become the next it girl.
I spoke to not just RCA but other labels as well. Expect a bigger push than Lady Gaga got.


https://www.instagram.com/thesoundflowers



Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018

Written By: Wobo on 07/16/18 at 5:29 pm

1998 and 2008 > 2018. To be honest.

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018

Written By: John Titor on 07/16/18 at 5:30 pm


1998 and 2008 > 2018. To be honest.


This band is going to be bigger than Lady Gaga and Britney Spears combined
Not just saying that because of her dad.

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018

Written By: Wobo on 07/16/18 at 5:32 pm


This band is going to be bigger than Lady Gaga and Britney Spears combined
Not just saying that because of her dad.

Oh i wasn't talking about the band, i was talking pop culture wise.

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018

Written By: John Titor on 07/16/18 at 5:34 pm


Oh i wasn't talking about the band, i was talking pop culture wise.


the year is not even over yet tho lol

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018

Written By: Wobo on 07/16/18 at 5:35 pm


the year is not even over yet tho lol

2018 has been boring though, i we're nearly half through the year so. Maybe by later in the year things will get better or something.

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018

Written By: John Titor on 07/16/18 at 5:36 pm


2018 has been boring though, i we're nearly half through the year so. Maybe by later in the year things will get better or something.



This same thing happened in 2001, everyone online I remember was complaining that the 90s feeling was long in the tooth

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018 (Pop Music Forecast )

Written By: Milk on 07/16/18 at 5:37 pm

And what hapoens if you're wrong?  ::)

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018

Written By: Wobo on 07/16/18 at 5:38 pm



This same thing happened in 2001, everyone online I remember was complaining that the 90s feeling was long in the tooth

IMO everything just got boring and gray after the school shooting back in February.

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018 (Pop Music Forecast )

Written By: John Titor on 07/16/18 at 5:39 pm


And what hapoens if you're wrong?  ::)


I am not wrong her family has a history of becoming ICONS  ;)

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018

Written By: John Titor on 07/16/18 at 5:41 pm


IMO everything just got boring and gray after the school shooting back in February.


Back in 2001 people were complaining it still felt the 90s until 9/11 happened and then alt folk rock and garage came back
as well as teen pop dying off completely fast  everything changed so fast the second half of that year, thats why I keep
comparing 2018 to 2001 they have the same kind of vibe.

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018 (Pop Music Forecast )

Written By: Milk on 07/16/18 at 5:42 pm


I am not wrong her family has a history of becoming ICONS  ;)

Who is she related to?

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018 (Pop Music Forecast )

Written By: John Titor on 07/16/18 at 5:45 pm


P!ri$ J!c$0n?

;)

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018 (Pop Music Forecast )

Written By: Milk on 07/16/18 at 5:48 pm


;)

And they're gonna be doing pop punk?

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018 (Pop Music Forecast )

Written By: John Titor on 07/16/18 at 5:52 pm


And they're gonna be doing pop punk?

its going to be a 4 song EP, going to be like John lennon meets like Michele Branch, single release will be around December

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018 (Pop Music Forecast )

Written By: HazelBlue99 on 07/16/18 at 5:53 pm

So Pop-Punk is coming back, just like it did last year and the year before that and the year before that and the year before that.

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018 (Pop Music Forecast )

Written By: John Titor on 07/16/18 at 5:54 pm


So Pop-Punk is coming back, just like it did last year and the year before that and the year before that and the year before that.


Pop punk hasnt been on mainstream radio since 2007, and until recently its been played slowly on stations

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018 (Pop Music Forecast )

Written By: HazelBlue99 on 07/16/18 at 5:57 pm


Pop punk hasnt been on mainstream radio since 2007, and until recently its been played slowly on stations


I was being sarcastic.

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018 (Pop Music Forecast )

Written By: John Titor on 07/16/18 at 5:58 pm


I was being sarcastic.


lol

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018 (Pop Music Forecast )

Written By: Milk on 07/16/18 at 5:59 pm


its going to be a 4 song EP, going to be like John lennon meets like Michele Branch, single release will be around December

How do you have acess to record labels? Are you a music producer?

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018 (Pop Music Forecast )

Written By: John Titor on 07/16/18 at 6:00 pm


How do you have acess to record labels? Are you a music producer?


I can't say how on here lol

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018

Written By: Tyrannosaurus Rex on 07/16/18 at 6:35 pm


Back in 2001 people were complaining it still felt the 90s until 9/11 happened and then alt folk rock and garage came back
as well as teen pop dying off completely fast  everything changed so fast the second half of that year, thats why I keep
comparing 2018 to 2001 they have the same kind of vibe.


2018 does not seem like the start of a new decade.

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018

Written By: John Titor on 07/16/18 at 6:38 pm


2018 does not seem like the start of a new decade.


2018 and for better more 2017 does feel like the start of a new era

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018

Written By: Tyrannosaurus Rex on 07/16/18 at 6:39 pm


2018 and for better more 2017 does feel like the start of a new era


It's probably going to be viewed the same way as 1997 and 2008, the first new age year of the decade.

2001 is a bit of a stretch; that seemed more like the start of a new decade.

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018

Written By: John Titor on 07/16/18 at 6:41 pm


It's probably going to be viewed the same way as 1997 and 2008, the first new age year of the decade.

2001 is a bit of a stretch; that seemed more like the start of a new decade.


I know what u mean but I mean like how 2001 was super quiet until the second half

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018

Written By: bchris02 on 07/16/18 at 6:57 pm


It's probably going to be viewed the same way as 1997 and 2008, the first new age year of the decade.

2001 is a bit of a stretch; that seemed more like the start of a new decade.


The closest comparison I can think of to the '10s is the 1970s.  The late decade was very different from the early decade which was more or less and extension of the late 1960s.  The late '70s a short era as well and was pretty much over by the end of 1981.  I think the current era will be similar with the next big cultural shift happening around 2021-22.

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018 (Pop Music Forecast )

Written By: BornIn86 on 07/16/18 at 6:59 pm


As I said before the new trends (Via someone at RCA records) pop punk is coming back, but there is going to be an it girl getting a push,
but its going to be her band not just her.




The band will be about 4 people, and it is quite obvious why she is going to become the next it girl.
I spoke to not just RCA but other labels as well. Expect a bigger push than Lady Gaga got.


https://www.instagram.com/thesoundflowers


  ::)

It's time to deal with reality.

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018 (Pop Music Forecast )

Written By: BornIn86 on 07/16/18 at 7:01 pm

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Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018

Written By: Tyrannosaurus Rex on 07/16/18 at 7:07 pm


I know what u mean but I mean like how 2001 was super quiet until the second half


I have also seen this year get compared with 1988 because that year was sort of the birth of grunge and gangster rap, even though both of which would not really rise until 1992.

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018 (Pop Music Forecast )

Written By: John Titor on 07/16/18 at 7:28 pm


  ::)

It's time to deal with reality.


;) um no I am pretty sure this band is going to have a 1# on the billboard

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018 (Pop Music Forecast )

Written By: xenzue on 07/16/18 at 7:39 pm

Even if OP’s prediction of this band being the next big thing doesn’t come true, I still believe that and updated punk and alternative rock can come back. Jumpsuit by Twenty One Pilots is making waves and already breaking records. It’s 2018, and a rock song got more views in 24 hours than Ariana Grande’s newest music video. It’s If that doesn’t tell you something idk what will.

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018 (Pop Music Forecast )

Written By: John Titor on 07/16/18 at 8:07 pm


Even if OP’s prediction of this band being the next big thing doesn’t come true, I still believe that and updated punk and alternative rock can come back. Jumpsuit by Twenty One Pilots is making waves and already breaking records. It’s 2018, and a rock song got more views in 24 hours than Ariana Grande’s newest music video. It’s If that doesn’t tell you something idk what will.


I will delete my account if this band does not make it to number 1#

21 pilots is more on the pop side if things tho

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018 (Pop Music Forecast )

Written By: Tyrannosaurus Rex on 07/16/18 at 8:14 pm


I will delete my account if this band does not make it to number 1#

21 pilots is more on the pop side if things tho


Don't.

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018 (Pop Music Forecast )

Written By: John Titor on 07/16/18 at 8:18 pm


Don't.


I won't have to because this band will go 1# lol
I wouldn't say that unless I was 100

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018 (Pop Music Forecast )

Written By: Tyrannosaurus Rex on 07/16/18 at 8:24 pm


I won't have to because this band will go 1# lol
I wouldn't say that unless I was 100


You may never know.

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018 (Pop Music Forecast )

Written By: SmartBo1 on 07/16/18 at 8:30 pm

Eh, I actually kinda like how quite and boring this year has been. Its pretty relaxing.

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018 (Pop Music Forecast )

Written By: Rainbowz on 07/16/18 at 8:32 pm


Eh, I actually kinda like how quite and boring this year has been. Its pretty relaxing.

Do you like the music of 2018 so far?

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018 (Pop Music Forecast )

Written By: SmartBo1 on 07/16/18 at 8:41 pm


Do you like the music of 2018 so far?


I don't follow many artists so I have hardly any idea if music has been good this year. The only time I listen to mainstream music is when other people around me are listening it.

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018 (Pop Music Forecast )

Written By: John Titor on 07/16/18 at 8:44 pm


Eh, I actually kinda like how quite and boring this year has been. Its pretty relaxing.

its been VERY relaxing, almost 2 relaxing LOL

I felt this way in 2008 and in 2001

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018 (Pop Music Forecast )

Written By: Tyrannosaurus Rex on 07/16/18 at 8:46 pm


its been VERY relaxing, almost 2 relaxing LOL

I felt this way in 2008 and in 2001


You find it suspicious?

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018 (Pop Music Forecast )

Written By: piecesof93 on 07/16/18 at 9:04 pm


I will delete my account if this band does not make it to number 1#

21 pilots is more on the pop side if things tho

Ok but you can just make another one. If they go number one know we will know it's because they're an industry plant. However, since they won't go #1 in the first place, it doesn't really matter.

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018 (Pop Music Forecast )

Written By: John Titor on 07/16/18 at 9:17 pm


You find it suspicious?

yeah a lil bit, I keep saying 2001 over and over again but like I felt the same way, That summer of 2001 holy crap was that boring it was 2 relaxing, then BAM the 2000s culture smacked u in the face in the fall of 2001, same thing about Summer 2008, things were way 2 relaxing, and then the economy bursted and  Gaga became a house hold name etc etc (late 2008 shift etc)

Trust me its acting very relaxing for a reason, things are about to change up pop culture wise soon.

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018 (Pop Music Forecast )

Written By: John Titor on 07/16/18 at 9:18 pm


Ok but you can just make another one. If they go number one know we will know it's because they're an industry plant. However, since they won't go #1 in the first place, it doesn't really matter.


How is that band an industry plant LOL
Now granted Quincy Jones can't help them with this one but still lol

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018 (Pop Music Forecast )

Written By: Tyrannosaurus Rex on 07/16/18 at 9:33 pm


yeah a lil bit, I keep saying 2001 over and over again but like I felt the same way, That summer of 2001 holy crap was that boring it was 2 relaxing, then BAM the 2000s culture smacked u in the face in the fall of 2001, same thing about Summer 2008, things were way 2 relaxing, and then the economy bursted and  Gaga became a house hold name etc etc (late 2008 shift etc)

Trust me its acting very relaxing for a reason, things are about to change up pop culture wise soon.


Not sure if these years also had that same lack of character in the first half, but what are your thoughts about these years:
*1963 (kind of like 1962 until later in the summer and especially after JFK's assassination)
*1969 (kind of like 1968 until the Manson killings and Woodstock)
*1975? (kind of like 1974 until Vietnam ended; afterwards disco started to creep in)
*1980 (kind of like the latter half of 1979 until Reagan won the election and especially after John Lennon's assassination)
*1987? (kind of like 1986 until around Black Monday)
*1991 (kind of like 1990 until Nirvana ushered in the grunge age and especially after the collapse of the USSR)

I am really not sure about the 1975 and 1987 though.

If you find errors, please correct them. Additionally, please find other years if you are able to do so.

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018 (Pop Music Forecast )

Written By: piecesof93 on 07/16/18 at 10:17 pm


How is that band an industry plant LOL
Now granted Quincy Jones can't help them with this one but still lol

LOL  ;D

I'm just joking around though.

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018 (Pop Music Forecast )

Written By: John Titor on 07/16/18 at 10:33 pm


LOL  ;D

I'm just joking around though.


;) ;) ;)

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018 (Pop Music Forecast )

Written By: SailorSteven2017 on 07/16/18 at 10:58 pm

Gotta love XXX8 years  ;)

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018 (Pop Music Forecast )

Written By: LooseBolt on 07/17/18 at 5:26 pm

Is an album going to drop fairly soon?

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018 (Pop Music Forecast )

Written By: John Titor on 07/17/18 at 6:23 pm


Is an album going to drop fairly soon?


December first single

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018 (Pop Music Forecast )

Written By: exodus08 on 07/17/18 at 7:55 pm

I like 2018 so far. To me it's better than 2012-2017.

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018 (Pop Music Forecast )

Written By: piecesof93 on 07/17/18 at 10:08 pm


I like 2018 so far. To me it's better than 2012-2017.

I like it much more than  2017 & 2014.

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018 (Pop Music Forecast )

Written By: BornIn86 on 07/18/18 at 12:02 am

I can see "John Lennon meets Michelle Branch (meets Halsey)" becoming popular but that doesn't sound pop punk at all.

2000s pop-punk in mainstream pop culture is dead. It's time to deal with it. Why won't pop-punkers let it go?

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018 (Pop Music Forecast )

Written By: mxcrashxm on 07/18/18 at 12:42 am

I honestly think the changes this year have been exaggerated. Of course, changes are happening right now, but they're not super transformative. I still think that will be for 2020.

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018 (Pop Music Forecast )

Written By: John Titor on 07/18/18 at 3:05 pm


I can see "John Lennon meets Michelle Branch (meets Halsey)" becoming popular but that doesn't sound pop punk at all.

2000s pop-punk in mainstream pop culture is dead. It's time to deal with it. Why won't pop-punkers let it go?


trust me you are going to like the way it sounds its very magical

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018 (Pop Music Forecast )

Written By: John Titor on 07/18/18 at 3:07 pm


I honestly think the changes this year have been exaggerated. Of course, changes are happening right now, but they're not super transformative. I still think that will be for 2020.

its not exaggerated, emo rap has taken over, and emo nite is having shows every other week on the west coast (maybe you don't live on the west coast to see these changes)

Hipster has now become a joke and something people try to forget, you need to remember California and New York get trends before any of your states do.

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018 (Pop Music Forecast )

Written By: mxcrashxm on 07/18/18 at 3:28 pm


I'm not exaggerating. Emo rap has taken over, and emo nite has shows every other week on the west coast (maybe you don't live on the west coast to see these changes)

Hipster has now become a joke, and something people try to forget, you need to remember California and New York get trends before any of your states do.
I do live on the west coast, and I understand there have been changes in 2018 as I don't see hipsters anymore, but the year is not super transformative. As for Emo rap, I've checked the charts for the past few weeks, and I don't see much on there especially in the top 20. Most of the songs so far are from Drake followed by EDM, Khalid, Halsey, Camila, and others.

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018 (Pop Music Forecast )

Written By: xenzue on 07/18/18 at 3:46 pm


I do live on the west coast, and I understand there have been changes in 2018 as I don't see hipsters anymore, but the year is not super transformative. As for Emo rap, I've checked the charts for the past few weeks, and I don't see much on there especially in the top 20. Most of the songs so far are from Drake followed by EDM, Khalid, Halsey, Camila, and others.


Lucid Dreams by Juice WRLD peaked at #3 and is currently at #6.

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018 (Pop Music Forecast )

Written By: mxcrashxm on 07/18/18 at 3:49 pm


Lucid Dreams by Juice WRLD peaked at #3 and is currently at #6.
Does that mean it's rising or is it declining?

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018 (Pop Music Forecast )

Written By: piecesof93 on 07/18/18 at 3:51 pm


Lucid Dreams by Juice WRLD peaked at #3 and is currently at #6.

Is that the only song?

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018 (Pop Music Forecast )

Written By: mxcrashxm on 07/18/18 at 3:57 pm


Is that the only song?
I know you were asking that user, but no there's also that Sad song as well as Moonlight and Changes by XXXTen, the rapper who was murdered by someone a month ago. OTT, I don't see much Emo rap on the charts.

Subject: Late 2018 (Pop Music Forecast )

Written By: John Titor on 07/20/18 at 12:08 pm

Y2k vibes


Dh-ULbQmmF8

Subject: Re: Late 2018 (Pop Music Forecast )

Written By: exodus08 on 07/20/18 at 1:12 pm


Y2k vibes


Dh-ULbQmmF8

Y2k vibes? Don't see it.

Subject: Re: Late 2018 (Pop Music Forecast )

Written By: John Titor on 07/20/18 at 1:39 pm


Y2k vibes? Don't see it.


The glasses and the y2k font, Think Space Channel 5 for Sega Dreamcast

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018

Written By: mwalker1996 on 07/20/18 at 8:12 pm


I have also seen this year get compared with 1988 because that year was sort of the birth of grunge and gangster rap, even though both of which would not really rise until 1992.
Gangsta rap had already hit the national airwaves by 88 and you had Gansta rap songs before 88 with Ice T Cop Killer in 86 and a more underground song from 84 from Schooly D called Gangsta Boogie.

Subject: Re: Late 2018 (Pop Music Forecast )

Written By: piecesof93 on 07/21/18 at 12:09 am


Y2k vibes? Don't see it.

It does have a little bit of a Y2K aesthetic. It's like 2010s mix with a splash of Y2K.

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018

Written By: Dundee on 07/21/18 at 6:59 am


IMO everything just got boring and gray after the school shooting back in February.
Nah, it's that at 14 everything just gets quickly boring. Thought the same about 2011.

Also this thread is ridiculous as often with prediction threads lol

Subject: Re: Late 2018 (Pop Music Forecast )

Written By: BornIn86 on 07/22/18 at 8:05 pm


It does have a little bit of a Y2K aesthetic. It's like 2010s mix with a splash of Y2K.


hmmm...it seems to have a more mid-00s thing going on to me...then again, besides 05, I was kind musically dead during the mid-00s.

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018 (Pop Music Forecast )

Written By: kingofthetemple on 07/23/18 at 12:12 pm

I hope late 2018 gets fun pop culturally because 2018 hasnt been good at all pop culturally its been pretty bland and uneventful for pop culture somehow 2017 was better Than 2018 so far. :)

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018 (Pop Music Forecast )

Written By: John Titor on 07/24/18 at 12:20 pm

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Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018 (Pop Music Forecast )

Written By: bchris02 on 07/24/18 at 2:39 pm


2lvuCIZqpKo


This reminds me a lot of 2002-era Sheryl Crow.

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018 (Pop Music Forecast )

Written By: ofkx on 07/24/18 at 6:03 pm

Somehow, just somehow, I don't believe that "someone at RCA records", or ANY label for that matter, said anything to you.
And none of the stuff you posted even has anything to do with pop punk.

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018 (Pop Music Forecast )

Written By: John Titor on 07/24/18 at 7:39 pm


Somehow, just somehow, I don't believe that "someone at RCA records", or ANY label for that matter, said anything to you.
And none of the stuff you posted even has anything to do with pop punk.
my ex bf works at rca records please delete your account

Subject: Re: 1998, 2008, and the legacy continues in 2018 (Pop Music Forecast )

Written By: 2001 on 07/24/18 at 9:25 pm

My dad works for Nintendo.

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