The music of the United States reflects the country's pluri-ethnic population through a diverse array of styles. It is a mixture of music influenced by music of the United Kingdom , West African , Irish , Latin American , and mainland European cultures among others. American music is heard around the world.
Sweet Caroline – Neil Diamond
With Lollapalooza upon us, this marks the start of an awkward yet delicate dance familiar to white rap music fans. At those pivotal festival moments when the cool, swaggering young rapper dips his mic toward audience members in a gesture for them to finish the verse, white patrons have an important decision to make:. Do they repeat the verse that contains the most vilified word of our time, or quickly mumble it and avoid an awkward moment with any black fans? Bronzeville rapper Noname addressed the issue at Pitchfork when she presented a new song that included the N-word as part of the chorus, but she included an alternative for white fans. But the word is enjoying something of a pop culture renaissance in these early years of the 21st century, well beyond its origin as the soul-crushing racial invective.
Journey – Don’t Stop Believin’
White people love all types of music, but there is a certain type of song that resonates much deeper with us. It has to have an anthemic, sing-along chorus, it has to have some nostalgia value, and there have to be guitars involved. Turn on any of these and watch us white people dance.
Top definition. White people music. A stupid term middle schoolers or unintellctual hip hop fans use when they hear rock or pop music. In their perspective, if the lyrics are eloquent , and not hip hop, it's considered " white people music ". Aug 26 Word of the Day. That Shit Is Fucked.