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PARODY on Modern Pop Songs - Ooh Baby

For Solo (instrumental or vocal part)


Uploaded on Sep 26, 2018

Note : this parody wasn't meant to attack, offend or criticize anyone. It was made for humorous and satirical purposes and expresses what I think about some pop songs nowadays. Therefore, the song is meant to be taken as a simple joke.

Hello everyone, welcome back. Today I bring you a parody on modern pop songs! It's actually a reupload. I've had some irony misunderstandings with a MuseScorer on this piece which I originally published several days ago, and now I feel comfortable about reuploading it. This is based off of Rebecca Y's Pop Song Rant.

Yes, it's a reality, pop songs are getting worse and worse over the days. Bland and repetitive chords, trite lyrics... They're often getting worse for these reasons. Now, don't get me wrong, there are some well written pop songs out there. Sadly, this is less and less often. It's really a shame.

My opinion on it is that these songwriters write these bad songs just to get money ; they write a song, and get money without having to tire themselves too much. I imply it in this music. I think it's a great idea to confront the music industry, but at the same time, on social media, it can be quite daunting to do.

I hope you'll like my parody. Comments (and irony too ... hmm...) are welcome.

parody

Pages 4
Duration 02:30
Measures 58
Key signature natural
Parts 2
Part names Piano, Sound effects
Privacy Everyone can see this score
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This is great, @romain_gandillet! Tell me how to upload onto musescore because I want to! Also, I agree 110%
Yes, thanks for your kind comment. To upload a score simply click Upload, the icon with the arrow on top of the blue toolbar on the site :)
I featured (linked) this score on my latest composition :D
LOOOOL nice xD I liked the applause at the end :P
and people actually listen to the garbage that is modern music
why do you think this garbage continues to be written?
It's a question of money. These songwriters only write these songs to gain a lot, and not for the musical theory behind it. Therefore, they compose bland songs to win their bread, without having to tire themselves too much.