Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Teen Pop Sensations' Worldwide Contribution

essay : Music is a very common way of expressing oneself. Interest in this aspect to every individual largely affects their everyday life, especially teenagers, as they continuously seek for something to define their identity. I think it is very important for teens to discuss among their peers what are going on at present to let their personality grow and not just allow themselves to evolve, but at least be part of a phenomenon.

Artists such as Britney Spears had much contribution to teens, particularly girls of this generation, as she had brought up a strong point about being a girl, what they want, how they think, and what they're experiencing at their age. The generation to whom she had brought her music up thought that they had been relating to the matters that had been going throughout almost her every song while they tend to express themselves through the melodies of her songs. It also became a huge phenomenon to fans of artists in her line of music, such as Miley Cyrus and Lindsay Lohan, as they try to adapt themselves to the growing world and make it a point that they should also be heard as part of the evolving community. Teenagers try to extend their personalities in the music that these artists create, which in return, help them generate a sort of small dream of being like them. This idea makes them more inspired partly in the success of their short-term goals in the future and putting little of their personalities in those goals to create a uniqueness among other individuals.

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