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T @MNIrish @DuryDeckerGriffith @OhGee That's true, I only meant that there was a time where hip-hop was never played on the radio and never given any respect as a genre, and now it's exploded and is played everywhere. Dubstep is at the point where it is starting to get some respect and play outside of its dedicated audience.
1 year ago on The History of Dubstep
@OhGee @DuryDeckerGriffith Well I've tried listening to it, and I just don't love it. There are a couple songs I like, but I'm more of a hip-hop fan. Which is one of the reasons I find it to be undeniable as a genre, even if I don't like it. Dubstep now looks a lot like hip-hop did in its fledgling stage, and now it's in the process of transferring from the underground stage to the "commercial acceptance" stage. I'm interested to see if it goes the way that disco music did or if it sticks around.
1 year, 1 month ago on The History of Dubstep
This is going to help a lot. I have a 3,000 word essay to write about whether dubstep is a legitimate genre of music. I'm personally torn. Not being a dubstep fan myself, it's hard for me to understand the appeal. However, it has a huge following now, so it's pretty much undeniable. But anyway, thanks for the help. This is going to make it a lot easier.