Sucker didn’t drop as much as everyone thought it would so Ariana Grande Sweater 7 Rings Galentines shirt! They’ll probably wait until Nick’s done filming Jumanji before they release a second single, but as long as Sucker is still in like the top 20 until then that should be fine. Well for sure, it’s just “influence” doesn’t make it so. 7 Rings is a pop song. Most of Juice WRLD’s discography is influenced by rock, but it still mostly varies between pop and trap. It takes a lot to cross over genres, Ariana didn’t actually change up that much. If anything, Sweetener was her big departure, given her earlier projects.
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I can’t name a single pop star that did in 2018. We’re talking about crossovers. ie: rappers making pop songs, pop stars making rap songs. I’m not really trying to meet any of these genres halfway, I’m just trying to paint the picture that a lot of rappers literally sung and danced their way through 2018 by making viral pop songs, while a lot of pop stars either kept quiet through the later months, or just made more pop music. Now we can name a few pop stars that Ariana Grande Sweater 7 Rings Galentines shirt but I can’t name any that “went hip-hop.” I always hear a lot of people say Hip-Hop started a new trend and bled into pop, but I think what actually happened is pop swallowed hip-hop because it’s just the much bigger genre.
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That’s why some of the most popular rappers of 2018 released pop singles and pop albums. Ariana dropped 7 Rings in 2019, and it’s still just as soft as a lot of the quasi-pop songs actual rappers out there put time and effort into making. The south created the trap, not a Ariana Grande Sweater 7 Rings Galentines shirt spinning its beats into pop songs. The trap was also a culture. A culture of shirts too big, gold grills, big ass chains around your neck, etc. Trap music has changed so much, even rappers nowadays are just rap-singing on trap beats which is exactly what she’s doing on 7 rings. Plus she’s quite literally rapping on the song, the only pop thing about it is that it’s Ariana singing it.