Compton Boulevard Original Mix By Oomcmoo Feat Mako Capone

 
 
 
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Title : Compton Boulevard (original mix by oOMCMOo feat Mako Capone)
Description : Mako Capone - Compton Boulevard (original West Worthy dnb remix by oOMCMOo (with approval of CEO Factor House Records) , isn't that right, homie? holla at the crowd! time to shine! give us the money and the shit in your socks..
mixtape coming soon! THIS REMIX TRACK IS NOT INCLUDED in Street Codes Album. West worthy, the original source of the samples is the part of Mako Capone Street Codes LP.
FIRST ELECTRO RAP / LIQUID RAP RELEASE WORLDWIDE. ANWSER FOR THE WORLD WIDE SEARCH FOR A FRESH NEW DIRECTION - a combination of very explosive colab of two opposite rare gangsta rap breeds with the vintage roots happy hardcore roots, oldschool, drum & bass, uk garage, rave, breakbeat vibes.
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• J-pop - Japanese Japanese pop music
• Jaipongan - unpredictably rhythmic dance music from Sunda, Indonesia
• Jaliscienses - Folk music of Jalisco, Mexico, and the origin of mariachi
• Jam band
• Jam rock
• Jamana kura
• Jamrieng samai
• Jangle pop
• Japanese pop - Japanese pop music using Western structures
• Jarana
• Jariang - Cambodian folk narratives
• Jarochos - folk music from Veracruz, Mexico
• Jawaiian - Hawaiian reggae
• Jaxx - Rock/Techno
• Jazz
• Jazz blues
• Jazz from night
• Jazz-funk
• Jazz fusion
• Jazz groove
• Jazz rap
• Jegog - Giant Bamboo ensemble of Bali, Indonesia
• Jenkka
• Jibaro
• Jig
• Jig Punk
• Jing ping
• Jingle - form of music used in television commercials
• Jit
• Jive
• Joged - a generic term for various types of dance music all over Indonesia
• Joged bumbung - a popular form of joged ensemble
• Joik
• Joropo
• Jota
• J'Ouvert
• Jug band
• Juke joint blues
• Juju
• Jump blues
• Jungle
• Junkanoo
• Juré
• Jtek
• Käng
• Kaba - Southern Albanian instrumental music
• Kabuki - lively and popular form of Japanese theater and music
• Kadans
• Kagok - Korean aristocratic vocal music accompanied by strings, wind and percussion instruments
• Kagyupa chanting - form of Tibetan Buddhist chanting
• Kaiso
• Kalamatianó
• Kalattuut - Inuit polka
• Kalinda (kalenda, ti kannot)
• Kamba pop
• Kan ha diskan
• Kansas City blues
• Kantádhes
• Kantrum
• Karaoke
• Kargyraa
• Karma
• Kaseko - Surinamese folk music
• Katcharsee - lively, celebratory Okinawan folk music
• Kattajjaq - competitive Inuit throat singing
• Kawachi ondo - a form of modernized Okinawan folk music
• Kayōkyoku - traditionally-structured Japanese pop music
• Ke-kwe
• Kebyar - see gamelan gong kebyar above
• Kecak - Balinese "monkeychant"
• Kecapi suling - instrumental, improvisation-based music from Java
• Kélé
• Kertok - Malaysian xylophone music played in small ensembles
• Khaleeji - popular folk-based music of the Persian Gulf countries
• Khap
• Khplam wai - a type of mor lam with a slow tempo which originated in Luang Prabang, Laos
• Khelimaski djili - Hungarian Gypsy dance songs
• Khene
• Khrung sai - type of Thai classical music
• Khyal - Hindustani vocal music that is informal, partially improvised and very popular
• Khoomei
• Khorovodi - Russian dance music
• Kĩkũyũ pop
• Kilapanda
• Kinko
• Kirtan
• Kiwi rock
• Kizomba
• Klape - Dalmatian male choir music
• Klasik
• Kléftiko
• Klezmer
• Kliningan
• Kochare - Armenian folk dance
• Kolomyjka
• Komagaku
• Konpa
• Koumpaneia - Greek Gypsy music
• Kpanlogo
• Krakowiak
• Krautrock
• Krill Krill
• Kriti (krithi) - a Hindui hymn
• Kroncong - popular Indonesian music with strong Portuguese influence
• Krzesany
• Kulintang - Traditional gong-chime music of the Philippines, Eastern Indonesia, Eastern Malaysia, Brunei and Timor
• Kulning - Swedish folk songs
• Kumina - music (and religion) of the Bongo Nation of Jamaica
• Kun-borrk
• Kundere
• Kundiman - traditional Filipino songs adapted to Western song structure
• Kussundé
• Kutumba wake
• Kvæði
• Kveding - traditional Norwegian songs
• Kwaito
• Kwassa kwassa
• Kwela
• La la - Louisianan Creole music
• Laba laba
• Laïkó
• Lai
• Lam
• Lam saravane - Laotian ensemble music from a town of the same name in southern Laos
• Lam sing
• Lambada - Bolivian and Brazilian dance music which arose from sayas and became internationally popular in the 1980s
• Lancer
• Langgam jawa - type of kroncong mixed with gamelan, popular around Solo, Indonesia
• Latin American music
• Laremuna wadauman
• Latin jazz - jazz mixed with Latin musical forms like bossa nova or salsa
• Lavlu
• Lavway
• Le leagan
• Legényes - Hungarian-Transylvanian men's dance
• Letkajenkka
• Lhamo - form of Tibetan opera
• Lieder
• Likanos
• Light Music - 20th Century light orchestral music (mainly British)
• Light Music (Nepalese) - Nepalese pop music, blending traditional styles, Western pop and Indian filmi
• Line dance
• Liquindi
• Llanera - Venezuelan music
• Llanto - a flamenco-influenced genre of Panamanian folk music
• Lo-fi
• Lo-pop Pop or Disco with extrerme cheap touch
• Loki djili - traditional Hungarian Gypsy songs
• Long-song - traditional Mongolian slow songs
• Louisiana blues
• Lounge music
• Love metal
• Lovers rai
• Lovers rock
• Lowercase - see Lowercase (music)
• Lu - unaccompanied Tibetan folk music
• Lubbock country music
• Lucknavi thumri - a type of thumri from Lucknow
• Luhya omutibo
• Luk grung - Popular Thai music from the early 20th century
• Lullaby
• Lundu
• Lundum
• M-Base
• Madchester
• Madrigal
• Mafioso hip hop
• Maglaal (tuuli)
• Magnificat
• Mahori - type of Thai classical music
• Makossa
• Makossa-soukous
• Malagueñas
• Malawian jazz
• Maloya
• Maluf - evolved form of al-andalous classical music which developed in Constantine, Algeria
• Mambo
• Manaschi - Kyrgyz folk music made by travelling musicians also called manaschi
• Mandarin pop - early Taiwanese pop sung in Mandarin and popular with young listeners
• Manding swing
• Mangulina
• Manikay
• Manila sound - Early 1970s development in Pinoy rock which mixed Tagalog and English lyrics
• Manouche
• Manzuma
• Mapouka
• Mapouka-serré
• Marabi
• Maracatu - African and Portuguese music popular around Recife, Brazil
• Marching music
• Marga - Indian classical music
• Mariachi - pop form of son jalisciense
• Marimba
• Maritime folk
• Marrabenta
• Marrabenta rap
• Maskanda - popularized Zulu-traditional music
• Mass
• Martinetes
• Matamuerte
• Mathcore
• Math rock
• Mazurka
• Mbalax
• Mbaqanga (township jive)
• Mbira (Chimurenga)
• Mbube
• Mbumba
• Medh
• Meditation
• Medieval music
• Mejorana
• Melhoun
• Melhûn
• Melodic Death Metal
• Melodic music
• Melodic trance
• Memphis blues
• Memphis rap
• Memphis soul
• Mento
• Merengue
• Merengue típico moderno
• Merengue-bomba - Puerto Rican fusion of bomba and merengue
• Méringue
• Meringue
• Merseybeat
• Metal
• Metalcore
• Mexican son - a broad group of Mexican folk music
• Meyjana
• Mezwed
• Miami bass (booty bass) (Bass music)
• Microhouse
• Milo jazz
• Mini compas
• Mini jazz
• Minuet
• Missouri harmony
• Miami Sound - a popular form of salsa music
• Milongas
• Min'yo - Japanese folk music
• Mineras
• Mini-jazz - Caribbean jazz
• Minimalist music
• Minimalist trance
• Minstrel show
• Minneapolis sound
• Mirabras
• Mirolóyia
• Modinha
• Modern classical music
• Modern Laika
• Modern rock
• Modinha
• Mohabelo - neo-traditional music from South Africa and Lesotho
• Mor lam - Laotian ensemble music for vocals with accompaniment
• Mor lam sing - popular form of Laotian traditional music developed by Laotians in Thailand
• Momedy
• Morna
• Motown
• Mozambique
• MPB (música popular brasileira) - catch-all term for multiple varieties of Brazilian pop music
• Mugam - classical music of Azerbaijan, featuring sung poetry and instrumental passages
• Muntuno
• Murga - Uruguayan street carnival dance with heavy percussion, also popular in Argentina.
• Musette
• Mushroom Jazz
• Music drama
• Music Hall
• Música campesina - Cuban rural music
• Música criolla - a coastal Peruvian music from the early 20th century, consisting of a variety of Western fusions
• Música de la interior - indigenous folk music from Colombia
• Música llanera - harp-based form of folk music from Los Llanos, Colombia
• Música nordestina - Northeast Brazilian popular music, centered around Recife
• Música tropical - a form of Colombian salsa music
• Musiqi-e assil - Persian classical music
• Musique concrète (also known as electroacoustic music)
• Mutuashi
• Muwashshah
• Muzak (or elevator music)
• Na trapeza - Greek-Turkish slow songs
• Nagauta - Japanese style of shamisen-playing
• Naghmehs
• Nakasi - Taiwanese musical form
• Naked funk
• Nangma - Tibetan dance music
• Nanguan - Taiwanese instrumental music
• Narcocorrido - Spanish for "Drug ballad", this Mexican music's theme was equivalent to gangster rap
• Narodna muzika - Serbian folk music
• Nasheed - a capella music closely related with Islamic revival in the 20th century
• Nashville Sound - pop-country music based out of Nashville, Tennessee
• Native American gospel - gospel music performed by Native Americans
• Naturalismo - a term for the 2000s folk movement also referred to as New Weird America or Freak Folk
• Nederpop - popular music of the Netherlands, especially in the Dutch language
• Néo kýma
• Neofolk - a form of folk music that emerged from European ideals and post-industrial music
• Neo Soul (Nu Soul) - late 1990s and early 2000s American fusion of contemporary R&B, 1970s style soul music, hip hop music, jazz, and classical music
• Nerdcore hiphop
• Neue Deutsche Welle - a kind of German New Wave music
• Neue Volksmusik
• New Age music - numerous varieties of music associated with New Age spirituality and culture, especially including atmospheric and natural sounds
• New Beat - a downtempo music style from Belgium, contemporary to Chicago House and Detroit Techno.
• New Instrumental
• New Jack Swing (New Jack R&B, Swingbeat) - late 1980s and early 1990s American fusion of hip hop music, R&B, doo wop and soul music
• New Orleans blues - piano and horn-heavy blues from the city of New Orleans, Louisiana
• New Orleans contemporary brass band
• New Orleans jazz
• New Romantic - popular British New Wave from the early 1980s
• New rumba
• New school hip hop - generic term for hip hop music recorded after about 1989
• New Taiwanese Song - modern Taiwanese pop music which combines ballads, rock and roll and hip hop
• New Wave bhangra (Fusion bhangra)
• New Wave of British heavy metal (NWOBHM) - mid- to late 1970s heavy metal coming out of the United Kingdom
• New Wave - melodious pop outgrowth of arty punk rock, also used as description of an emerging sound in any genre (e.g. Alpine New Wave)
• New Weird America - term to defining emerging folk/psychedelia/drone/noize influenced by pre-war country-folk-blues & 1960s counter cultural underground music.
• New York blues - jazzy, urban blues from the early 20th century
• New York House (also known as US Garage)
• Newgrass - progressive bluegrass
• Nganja
• Nhac dan toc cai bien - modernized forms of Vietnamese folk music which arose in the 1950s
• Nhac tai tu - Vietnamese chamber music which accompanies cai luong
• Nha Nac
• Nisiótika - folk songs of the Greek islands
• No Wave - avant-garde late 1970s outgrowth of New Wave and punk rock
• Noh - highly-stylized Japanese theater and music style
• Noise music - style of avant-garde music, most closely associated with Japan
• Noise pop - experimental 1990s outgrowth of punk
• Noise rock - atonal punk rock from the 1980s
• Nongak - Korean folk music played by 20-30 performers on different kinds of percussion instruments
• Norae Undong - Korean rock music with socially aware lyrics
• Nordic folk music Nordic folk dance music
• Nortec - electronic style from Tijuana, Mexico
• Norteño (Tex-Mex) - Modernized corridos pop music of Mexico
• Northern harmony
• Northern Soul - late 1960s variety of soul music from northern England
• Northumbrian smallpipe music
• Nota
• Nova canção - popular 1950s and 60s fado in Portugal and folk-based singer-songwriters in Spain
• Novokomponovana narodna muzika - modernized Serbian folk music
• Nu breaks
• Nu jazz - fusion of late 1990s jazz and electronic music
• Nu metal - fusion of heavy metal music with genres such as hip hop, funk, grunge and electronic music
• Nu-NRG - a harder and faster version of Hi-NRG
• Nu soul (neo soul) - popular fusion of hip hop music and soul music
• Nueva canción - Chilean pop-folk music which influenced by native Chilean and Bolivian forms
• Nyingmapa chanting - form of highly rhythmic and elaborate Tibetan Buddhist chanting
• Obscuro
• Oi! - 1980s style of British punk rock
• Old school hip hop - generic term for hip hop music recorded before approximately 1989
• Old time country
• Old-time - archaic term for many different styles that were an outgrowth of Appalachian folk music and fed into country music
• Olonkho - Yakut epic songs
• Oltului
• Ompa - Music by the Kaizers Orchestra
• Omutibo
• Ondo
• On ikki muqam - Uyghur classical music suite in 12 parts
• Oom pah band
• Opera - theatrical performances in which all or most dialogue is sung with musical accompaniment
• Oratorical calypso
• Oratorio - similar to opera but without scenery, costumes or acting
• Orchestra - a large ensemble, especially one used to played European classical music
• Orchestre
• Organ trio - a style of jazz from the 1960s that blended blues and jazz (and later "soul jazz") and which was based around the sound of the Hammond organ
• Organic ambient - often acoustic ambient music which uses instruments and styles borrowed from world music
• Organic house
• Organica- A genre music created by SLIPS INTO SPACE in 2007, it is writien without predetemininig the outcome of the overall sound.This music causes audible halusinations.
• Organum - Middle Ages polyphonic music
• Oriental Foxtrot
• Oriental metal - Israeli fusion of death and doom metal
• Orovela - eastern Georgian work songs
• Orgel (Organ Orgue) - keyboard instrument with/without pedals
• Orquestas Tejanas
• Ottava rima - Italian rhyming stanzas
• Outlaw country - late 1960s and 70s form of country music with a hard-edged sound and rebellious lyrics
• Outsider music - generic term for music performed by outsiders
• Özgün
• Ozwodna
• P-Funk - 1970s fusion of funk, heavy metal and psychedelic rock, most closely associated with the bands Funkadelic and Parliament, who shared many members collectively known as P-Funk
• Pagode - Brazilian style of music which originated in the Rio de Janeiro region
• Padams
• Paisley Underground - 1980s style of alternative rock that drew heavily on psychedelia
• Palm wine - fusion of numerous West African, Latin American and European genres, popular throughout coastal West Africa in the 20th century
• Palos
• Panambih - tembang sunda that uses metered poetry
• Panchai baja - Nepalese wedding music
• Panchavadyam - Temple music from Kerala, India
• Pansori - Korean folk music played by a singer and a drummer
• Parisian soukous
• Parranda - Afro-Venezuelan form of music
• Parody - humorous renditions of various songs
• Payada de contrapunto
• Pambiche (Merengue estilo yanqui)
• Paranda - Garifuna music of Belize
• Parang - Trinidadian Christmas carols
• Partido alto
• El pasacalle
• Paseo (music)
• Pasillo
• Peace Metal
• Peace Punk
• Pedo punk
• Pelimanni music - Finnish folk dance music
• Pennywhistle jive
• Peroveta anedia
• Petenera
• Peyote Song - a mixture of gospel and traditional Native American music
• Phil - noisy noise from the 2000s where noise from Saskatoon met noise from France
• Philadelphia soul - soft 1970s soul that came out of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
• Phleng luk tung
• Piano blues
• Piano rock
• Piedmont blues
• Pineal Polka
• Pinoy rock - rock and roll sung in Tagalog from the Philippines
• Pinpeat orchestra
• Piphat - ancient form of Thai classical ensemble
• Pirekaus - traditional love songs of the Purépecha of Mexico
• Pisiq - Greenlandic folk song
• Pixiefunk - fusion of funk,afrobeat,celtic balad,pop-rock,drum'n'bass and jungle. Usually performed live and free style. Origin:London
• Piyyutim
• Plachi - melancholic Russian folk songs
• Plainchant (Gregorian chant)
• Plena
• Pleng phua cheewit - Thai protest rock
• Pleng Thai sakorn - a Thai interpretation of Western classical music
• Poco-poco - Indonesian modern music which fuses disco with eastern Indonesian dance music
• Polihet
• Political Grindcore
• Polka
• Polo
• Polonaise
• Pols - Danish fiddle and accordion dance music
• Polska
• Pong lang
• Pop folk
• Pop-makossa
• Pop melayu - Malay pop music with dangdut overlay
• Pop mop - Mongolian pop music
• Pop music
• Pop Progressive - Pop accompanied by guitar/bass riffs and speedy drum patterns
• Pop punk
• Pop rai
• Pop sunda - Sundanese mixture of gamelan degung and pop music structures
• Popular music
• Porngroove - A variation on Funk-Hop with a distinctive emphasis on 'Bow Chicka Bow Wow' pioneeredby Northwood Hills super group GGNXTMAP
• Pornocore
• Porro - Colombian big band music
• Portuguese Shangaan - South African and Mozambiquan mixture of traditional Tsonga and Portuguese music
• Post-hardcore
• Post-Jam Next Wave Jambands like the Slip, Lotus, STS9 and The Duo. Electronic and Indie Rock stylings.
• Post-minimalism
• Post punk
• Post-rock
• Post-romanticism
• Power electronics
• Power metal
• Power noise (or rhythmic noise)
• Power pop
• Pow-wow - Native American dance music
• Ppongtchak - Korean pop music developed during the Japanese occupation
• Praise song
• Pre-Computer
• Prison metal
• Program symphony
• Progressive Acoustic Urban Math Folk
• Progressive electronic music
• Progressive house
• Progressive metal
• Progressive bluegrass
• Progressive rock
• Progressive trance
• Protopunk
• Psychedelic music
• Psych folk or Psychedelic folk
• Psychedelic trance (Psy-trance)
• Psychobilly
• Psychosomatic trance
• Psych-pop
• Punjabi thumri - a type of thumri from Punjab
• Punk
• Punk blues - a US music genre that developed in the 1980s, which mixes elements of blues with the aggressive sound of punk.
• Punk Cabaret - a fusion of musical theater and cabaret style music with the aggressive, raw nature of punk rock.
• Punk rock
• Punta
• Punta rock - 1970s Belizean music
• Puke-a-Billy - genre created by Nathan Payne in the late 1990s. Mix of rock-a-billy, punk, country, and blues.
• Quan ho - Vietnamese vocal music which originated in the Red River Delta
• Qasidah - Epic religious poetry accompanied by percussion and chanting
• Qasidah modern - Qasidah updated for mainstream audiences
• Qawwali - Sufi religious music updated for mainstream audiences, was originated in India
• Quadrille
• Queercore
• Quiet Storm
• Rada
• Raga rock - Swiss soul, rock and Indian music fusion
• Ragas
• Raggamuffin (Ragga)
• Ragga-chutney
• Ragga-soca
• Ragga-zouk - a fusion of reggae, dub music and zouk
• Ragtime
• Rainbow Rave
• Rai - Algerian folk music now developed into a popular style
• Rake-and-scrape - Bahamanian instrumental music
• Rambutan
• Ramkbach
• Ramvong
• Ranchera - pop mariachi from 1950s film soundtracks
• Random dance
• Rap
• Rap dogba
• Rapcore
• Rapso
• Rara
• Rare groove
• Rasiya
• Rateliai
• Rave
• Rebetiko
• Rebita
• reel
• Reggae
• Reggae highlife
• Reggaeton
• Reinlender
• Rekilaulu - Finnish rhyming sleigh songs
• Rembetiko
• Renaissance music
• Requiem
• Retro Acoustic Steel Guitar
• Rhapsody
• Rhyming spiritual - Bahamanian hymns
• Rhythm and blues (R&B)
• Rhythmic noise (or power noise)
• Ricercar
• Rímur - Icelandic heroic epic songs
• Ring Bang - the Barbadian sound of soca
• Riot grrl
• Rock
• Rock opera
• Rock and roll
• Rock en español
• Rockabilly
• Rocknoir
• Rocksteady
• Rococo
• Rodeo music
• Rokon fada
• Romantic period in music
• Romeras
• Rondeaux
• Ronggeng - a folk music from Malacca, Malaysia
• Roots reggae
• Roots rock
• Roots rock reggae
• Ruem trosh - Cambodian traditional music
• Rumba
• African Rumba
• Cuban Rumba
• Flamenco Rumba also known as Gypsy rumba
• Rumba gitana - French Gypsy music
• Runddan
• Runolaulu - Finnish folk songs
• Runo-song - Estonian folk music
• Sabar - drumming style found in Senegal
• Sacred Harp
• Sadcore
• Saeta
• Saibara
• Saiyidi - folk music of the upper Nile Delta
• Sakyapa chanting - form of Tibetan Buddhist chanting
• Salegy
• Salsa - fusion of multiple Cuban- and Puerto Rican-derived pop genres from immigrants in New York City
• Salsa erotica - lyrically explicit form of salsa romantica
• Salsa gorda
• Salsa romantica - a soft, romantic form of salsa music
• Saltarello
• Salve
• Samba - form of Brazilian popular music
• Samba-reggae - a genre of samba with a choppy, reggae-like rhythm. samba and reggae fusion
• Samba de breque - traditional samba with social humorous comentaries and characterized by a silence break (hence, "breque") of 2 compass or more, while the singer keeps the lyrics*
• Samba-canção - traditional samba in slow tempo and with romantic lyrics. influenced by bolero
• Samba de enredo(or Samba-enredo) - Samba played during Carnival celebrations in fast tempo
• Samba de pagode - popular dance-oriented samba. (pagode is an informal gathering of neighbours and relatives in spare time for dance and meal).
• Sambai
• Sangeo - Afro-Venezuelan form of percussion music
• Sanjo - Korean instrumental folk music
• Sanjuanitos
• Sarandunga
• Sardinian polyphonic chanting
• Sato kagura
• Sawahili - folk music from the Mediterranean coast of Egypt
• Sawt - urban music from Kuwait and Bahrain
• Sax jive
• Sayas - Bolivian dance music which was popularized as lambada in the 1980s
• Sazdohol
• Scandinavian metal (Viking metal)
• Schottisch
• Scottish Baroque music
• Schranz
• Screamo
• Scrumpy and Western - folk music from West Country of England
• Sea shanty
• Sean nós
• Second Viennese School
• Sega music
• Seggae
• Seis
• Semba
• Semi-tone calypso (Half calypso)
• Sephardic music
• Serialism
• Serrana
• Set dance
• Sevdalinka - Bosnian urban popular music
• Sevillana
• Shabab
• Shabad
• Shalako - Armenian folk dance
• Shan'ge - Taiwanese Hakka mountain songs
• Shango
• Shape note
• Sharkan - American Christian chanting
• Shawm and drum - Instrumental pairing common in Gypsy music
• Shlager
• Shibuya-kei
• Shidaiqu - Hong Kong-based form of traditional music updated for pop audiences and sung in Mandarin
• Shima uta - a form of Okinawan dance music
• Shin-min'yo - a modernized form of min'yo, or folk music
• Shoegaze
• Shoka - Japanese songs written during the Meiji Restoration to bring Western music to Japanese schools
• Shomyo - Japanese Buddhist chanting
• Showtunes
• Sica
• Siguiriyas
• Silat - Malaysian mixture of music, dance and martial arts
• Sinawi - Korean religious music meant for dancing; it is improvised and reminiscent of jazz
• Sinhalese Sri Lankan
• Singers & Standards
• Singer-songwriter
• Single tone calypso
• Sinjonjo
• Sizhu - folk ensembles from southern China
• Ska
• Ska punk
• Skacore (third wave of ska)
• Skald
• Skate punk
• Skiffle
• Skotsploech - traditional Frisian ensemble music
• Skillingstryk
• Skronk - popular music originating in Charleston, South Carolina, USA in the late 1990s having elements of ska, rock, and funk.
• Slack-key guitar (kihoalu) - Hawaiian form invented by retuning open strings on a guitar
• Slängpolska
• Slide
• Slow airs
• Slowcore
• Sludge metal
• Smooth jazz
• Snugglemo
• S'o wa mbe
• Soca
• Soca-bhangra
• Soca-funk
• Soft ambient
• Soft rock
• Solea (soleares)
• Sombient
• Son
• Son-batá (batá rock)
• Son montuno - Cuban folk music
• Sonata
• Songo - a mixture of changuí and son montuno
• Songo-salsa - a mixture of songo, hip hop and salsa
• Sonido
• Soukous
• Soul blues
• Soul jazz
• Soul music
• Soundtrack
• Southern Harmony
• Southern hip hop
• Southern rock
• Southern soul
• Space age pop
• Space music
• Space rock
• Spacesynth
• Spazzjazz
• Spectralism
• Speedcore
• Speed garage
• Speed metal
• Spirituals
• Spouge - Barbadian folk music
• Square dance
• St. Louis blues
• St. Louis soul
• Stambolovski orkestri
• Staroprazske pisnieky - pub songs from Prague
• Steelband
• Stev - short, often improvised, Norwegian folk songs
• Stoner metal
• Straight edge
• Strathspeys
• Street songs - bawdy adolescent chants of unknown authorship
• Stride
• String - 1980s Thai pop music
• String quartet
• Stubenmusik - Bavarian string ensembles
• Suite
• Suomirock
• Suomitrance
• Super Eurobeat
• Surf ballads
• Surf instrumental
• Surf music
• Surf pop
• Surf rock
• Surgery metal
• Sutartines
• Swahili sound
• Sway
• Swamp blues
• Swamp pop
• Swingbeat (New Jack Swing, New Jack R&B)
• Swing music
• Sygyt - type of xoomii (Tuvan throat singing), likened to the sound of whistling
• Symphonic black metal
• Symphonic poem
• Symphony
• Synth pop
• Synth rock
• Synthpunk
• Syrtó
• Taarab
• Tættir
• Tai tu - Vietnamese chamber music
• Taiwanese pop - early Taiwanese pop music influenced by enka and popular with older listeners
• Tala - a rhythmic pattern in Indian classical music
• Tamborito - Panamanian dance music
• Tambu
• Tamburitza
• Tamil Christian keerthanai - Christian devotional lyrics in Tamil
• Tamil keerthanai - Devotional songs
• Tamil tiruppukazh
• Táncház - Hungarian dance music
• Tango - Argentinian dance music that became internationally popular in the 1920s
• Tango-canción - the first wildly popular form of tango in Argentina
• Tango flamenco
• Tanguk - a form of Korean court music that includes elements of Chinese music
• Tanjidor - traditional, instrumental music from Indonesia with various brass intruments, usually played in processions
• Talempong - a distinct Minangkabau gamelan music
• Taibubu
• Tapany maintso
• Tappa
• Tarabu
• Tarana - form of vocal music from northern India using highly rhythmic nonsense syllables
• Tarannum
• Tarantella
• Tarantolati - Calabrian folk healing ritual
• Taranto
• Tassou - Senegalese rapping
• Tawshih
• Tchink-system
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