When I was thinking about what I should make for this sound pack, I thought I should go out of my comfort zone. So, I decided to take it upon myself to attempt making loops centered around the hyper-pop genre, a subgenre of pop and electro with added elements of trap and hip-hop. The songs on this list are all classified as hyper-pop music and relate to my pack in various ways. One key way is the melody, as that is what my loop is based around. The melodies share a sort of virtual/digital feel to them, making the overall songs have a more interesting bounce. Check out all the songs on the list and make you follow along with the Type Beat Challenge on IG!
Like most of Brandon Finessin’s beats, this song has a sort of cloudy/spacey vibe to it, which is similar to my sound pack.
This song incorporates a very “playful” type melody to it, which is similar to many loops on my sound pack. These give the artist a lot of room to vocalize.
Ecco2k, Thaiboy Digital, and Bladee from the rap group “Drain Gang” combine on this track that features a sort of virtual beat with tuned up 808s and a prominent countermelody, something often found on my loops.
Another virtual beat with a sort of random sounds thrown in to emphasize the melody. The counter-melody also contributes to how the overall sound feels.
With a sort of synthy feel, this song gives off slower trap/hyper pop vibes.
This song features a more 100gecs vibe with higher and bit-crushed vocals mixed with a hard-hitting virtual beat, tying in the hyper pop atmosphere.
This song takes on many forms as there is a beat switch halfway through. It radiates a digital/pop feel with elements of trap thrown in.
This song really takes the 100gecs approach with the pitched-up vocals to the next level, and assists it by throwing in a high pitched 808 on a sporadic melody, helping the hyper pop feel.
A hard-hitting bass and aggressive vocals are one take on hyper pop music, and Rico Nasty does it well. The melody gives room for the drums to shine and incorporates a counter melody, something found on my loops.
Charli XCX takes the pop in hyper pop to the next level and incorporates more pop aspects into her music. This song, for example, features a more pop-ish drum pattern with glitchy vocals, adding to the hyper pop flare.