Which Pop Musician matches your personality?



Who doesn’t connects with music? This is the reason why many of the Pop musicians are so famous among the present generation.

Let us discuss a few of the most famous ones.

1.Taylor Swift – She is one of the most famous singer of America. She became famous because of her narrative songwriting that often revolves around her personal life. This is the reason why her songs go insanely popular. You could see a pattern in many of her songs that is relatable to the masses. Don’t get me wrong I am not criticizing her songs as they are widely praised even by the critiques. At age 14 she signed with Sony Music publishing house and became the youngest one to do so. Her third single “Our Song” became the first song to be single-handedly written and produced by an individual that took the number one spot in the Billboard Hot 100. She had received numerous Grammy Awards for her singles. She had also found her place in the Time’s Magazine and is regarded rightly by many as one of the most influential people on the planet.

2.  Rihanna – She is a Barbadian singer, songwriter, actress, and businesswoman. She was born in Saint Michael and raised in Bridgetown Barbados. Her very first two studio albums Music of the Sun and A girl like Me earned her significant recognition. Her fame increased by multiple folds after the release of her third album Good Girl Gone Bad which incorporated elements of dance-pop and established her image as the sex symbol. Her other famous albums include Rated R, Loud, and Talk that Talk.

There are many other top female pop-musicians that deserve to be on the list but we will discuss them in our other articles. Play the quiz and have fun. I hope to see you in my next article.

“And I like Strauss and Mozart and all that, but the priceless gift that African Americans gave the world when they were still in slavery was a gift so great that it is now almost the only reason many foreigners still like us at least a little bit. That specific remedy for the worldwide epidemic of depression is a gift called the blues. All pop music today-jazz, swing, be-bop, Elvis Presley, the Beatles, the Stones, rock and roll, hip hop and on and on- is derived from the blues.”
― Kurt Vonnegut, A Man Without a Country

“Because I don’t make the mistake that high-culture mongers do of assuming that because people like cheap art, their feelings are cheap, too,” the late filmmaker Dennis Potter once said, explaining why pop songs were so important in his work, from Pennies from Heaven to The Singing Detective to Lipstick on Your Collar, his paean to the 1950s, the time he shared with the Independent Group—and Potter was also defining a pop ethos, defining what I think is happening in Paolizzi’s collage.
“When people say, ‘Oh listen, they’re playing our song,’ they don’t mean ‘Our song, this little cheap, tinkling, syncopated piece of rubbish, is what we felt when we met.’ What they’re saying is, ‘That song reminds us of that tremendous feeling we had when we met.’ Some of the songs I use are great anyway, but the cheaper songs are still in the direct line of descent from David’s Psalms. They’re saying, ‘Listen, the world isn’t quite like this, the world is better than this, there is love in it,’ ‘There’s you and me in it,’ or ‘The sun is shining in it.’ So-called dumb people, simple people, uneducated people, have as authentic and profound depth of feeling as the most educated on earth. Anyone who says different is a fascist.”
― Greil Marcus, The Doors: A Lifetime of Listening to Five Mean Years

“It’s so frustrating that everybody rags on eighties music, when there’s a lot of terrific stuff out there,” he said. “There’s no irony to it. It’s not afraid to just be happy or enthusiastic or earnest. Or to have melody. Sure, you can blame it for being naive, but isn’t that refreshing next to the whiny navel-gazing that came after it?”
― Amanda DeWees, The Shadow and the Rose

“Start the Quiz”

  • Question of

    What’s your ideal Friday night?

    • Working, working, working
    • Netflix and a glass of wine
    • Some kind of quirky date
    • Avant garde performance art at some warehouse loft downtown
    • Just chilling at home, smoking up
    • Getting drunk at a house party
  • Question of

    What MUST you have in your dressing room?

    • Cheetos
    • M&Ms
    • Sparkling Water
    • Cereal
  • Question of

    Where would you like to live?

    • A cozy little cabin in the mountains
    • A luxury high-rise in a big city
    • A tasteful mansion on a lovely estate
    • A house that’s big enough to throw cool parties
    • Beach house
    • A building with a personal gym
  • Question of

    Being a popstar is hard work! Pick a place for your days off.

    • Paris
    • Idaho
    • South Carolina
    • San Francisco
  • Question of

    How would you describe your ideal romantic partner?

    • Someone who really gets me
    • Someone who is as successful as me
    • Someone adventurous
    • Someone who will never leave me
    • The life of the party
    • Someone kinda dangerous
  • Question of

    What’s your signature dance move?

    • Jiggling
    • Twerking
    • Standing perfectly still
    • Gymnastics
    • Ironic voguing
    • Hypnotic gyration
  • Question of

    Which drink would you endorse?

    • Vitamin Water
    • Whiskey
    • Diet Coke
    • Vodka
  • Question of

    What do you do during a night off?

    • Work at the studio
    • Stay in and watch TV
    • Go to some kind of sporting event
    • Just chill with my friends
    • Go clubbing
    • Hang out with my partner
  • Question of

    Pick a TV show to binge watch on your tour bus.

    • SATC
    • OITNB
    • Scandal
    • Grey’s Anatomy
  • Question of

    Pop stars are pretty well known for their feuds. What are your thoughts on revenge?

    • Ignore the haters!
    • The best revenge is success
    • Talk it out “” maybe it was a misunderstanding!
    • Talk to everyone but the actual person about it
    • Use social media to discuss it with the public
    • I don’t believe in revenge
  • Question of

    You’re out to dinner when a fan comes up to you. How do you handle it?

    • Talk to them, and offer to take a picture
    • Ask my bodyguard to deal with it
    • Say hi, but decline to take a photo “” this is my time
    • I’d never allow people to get close enough to say hi
    • Sneak out the back, ASAP
    • Just smile and nod
  • Question of

    How would your friends describe you?

    • A flirt
    • Fashion forward
    • Kind of a bitch, but they love me anyway!
    • As the friend everyone loves
    • Career obsessed
    • Sweet as pie
  • Question of

    Last question – how would you rate this quiz?

    • I loved it!
    • It was pretty okay.
    • Not great

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