The previous decade has seen the formation of a vibrant and unusual style of music referred to as hyperpop. Its progress has been spurred on by the web – by means of Soundcloud, Twitter and now Spotify – and it has been linked to a few of the most fun younger artists worldwide.
Freelance music author Shaad D’Souza speaks to Laura Murphy-Oates in regards to the rise of hyperpop and what it tells us in regards to the affect of massive firms resembling Spotify.
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