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    got this one stuck in my head <3
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    Lmao I love a lot of these songs ❤️

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    Basically anything on BET.

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    was hoping chief keef and Tyga would be in here.


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    IT-S A - NEW GE NE RA TION OF PA RTY PEO PLE




    that badonka donk is like a trunk full of bass on an old school Chevy
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lola View Post
    Lmao I love a lot of these songs ❤️
    Good thing it doesn't mean you are low IQ for liking it. I like hip hop/rap that has a philosophical edge to it but I can get into some really ghetto stuff now and then, that most people here probably never heard of. Some of that stuff is written by very intelligent quick witted people.

    A lot of country sounds like the singer is sporting an IQ in the minus numbers to me. Opera makes me cringe, classical can be inspiring, metal is motivating, jazz (except for nujazz} is very discordant for me. Some pop makes me want to dance.

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    North’s Summary of Music and Personality


    Rap/Hip-Hop: high self-esteem, outgoing, not very eco-friendly


    Heavy Metal: gentle, low self-esteem, reserved, and comfortable with themselves


    Indie Rock: low self-esteem, creative, lazy, headstrong


    Electronic/Dance: sociable, headstrong, outgoing, creative


    Classical: high self-esteem, introverted, high earners, eco-friendly


    Pop: high self esteem, hard working, outgoing, low creativity, nervous


    To better understand how music and personality are so deeply entwined, it may be best to figure out what leads a person to listen to a specific song or type of music in the first place. A 2007 study, "Personality and music: Can traits explain how people use music in everyday life?" explained that music was associated with three main psychological functions. These included: helping to improve performance (imagine your workouts without Spotify), helping to stimulate curiosity (imagine how thoughtful you become with a song you truly love), and helping to bring out certain emotions that the listener desires (happy songs for a party, sad songs for getting over a breakup). Also, the reason that a person listens to music — to deal with emotions or as background noise — was also linked to notable differences in personality. Dr. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, co-author of the study, writes that because mood is so closely related to personality it would make sense that musical preference gave insight to who a person was.


    More Than Just Personality


    Musical preference dictates much more than personality, however.


    “I think that if we have the ability to take all factors into account — a person’s age, gender, nationality, social class, everything except their personality — we could probably predict 30 percent of their musical preference,” Chamorro-Premuzic explained to Medical Daily.


    This is reflected in North’s research, which showed trends such as those who like “high art music” (opera, jazz, and classical) tended to be better educated, have higher income, and have greater access to financial resources than fans of other music genres.


    Unfortunately, as with many psychology studies on personality and music, there was one caveat: participants lying.


    “There is a difference between the music that people report to like and what they actually listen to,” Chamorro-Premuzic said. “That’s because people are aware that liking certain music is linked to certain values and personalities.”


    Since people are already hypersensitive to the fact that their musical preference reflects their personality, it would make sense that those wishing to portray a certain image would purposely say they prefer a specific genre. However, Chamorro-Premuzic explained that although a person’s musical choices will always change, their personality, as of the ages of 15 to 20, is set. By recording personality and musical choices of volunteers in this age group, it was possible to gain an accurate idea of their personality.


    Although personality played a big part in musical choice, other completely unrelated factors also dictate what a person likes to listen to. “You may watch a movie or hear a soundtrack that touches you and you may prefer that song,” said Chamorro-Premuzic, explaining how personal experiences also play a part in musical preference.


    Also, despite the fears of suburban parents, listening to violent music will not make a person violent.


    “There is no evidence that musical preference can change people’s personalities,” Charmorro-Premuzic said. “The only thing we know is that with certain types of music, people who listen to that music tend to be quite aggressive in the first place. Listening to this music releases their aggressive tendencies, but in the long run it makes them even more aggressive.”

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    Types examples: video bloggers, actors

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    I remember I loved the Ying Yang Twins in middle school. Actually still kinda catchy, and I generally hate "low IQ music"

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    This song makes me want to crawl out of my skin.


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    OMGGG these people get so much hate... I actually enjoy them even though they arguably are shit quality.


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    same thing as above

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    Low IQ music = 95% of music on top 40 radio. Most of my favorite music is not popular because most popular music tends to be awful and retarded.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jxrtes View Post
    betas should be kept in zoos for children to stare and throw pop corn at.

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    Quote Originally Posted by suedehead View Post
    Yes, 2 Chainz comes off as having lower IQ. His associations and lyrics are grade school. Compare to Montana of 300 when he freestyles and you can see Montana is quick witted. I would bet he would score higher on a culturally neutral IQ test.



    I mean he can do the grade school stuff too but there is a big difference between them.

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