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Music is something most people around the world adore. In fact, an average kid listens to 2.5 hours of music per day! Music is composed to inspire those who need to be entertained. People listen to music almost all the time, when taking a shower, on their way to school and back, during study hours, on trips, when traveling, when in the mood to dance, when working, painting, drawing, solving homework, practicing a sport, talking a walk, going out with friends, and many other situations. Listening to music, for many, is a daily routine. Music is a passion for some people. There are those who solely listen to it while there are others who love to dance with the tune.

There are various types of music, but about 51 that are acceptably known, which are jazz, singing, melody, rapping, rhythm and blues, ambient music, disco, world music, art music, drum and bass, music of the United Sates, grunge, breakbeat, folk music, orchestra, hip hop music, country music, soul music, pop music, gospel music. Others, which include big band music, rock and roll, dub, bluegrass, folk rock, house music, blues, rock music, punk rock, reggae, classical music, techno, ska, dance music, electronic dance music, electronica, new wave, jazz fusion, progressive music, classical period, opera, popular music, instrumental, heavy metal, funk, dupstep, alternative rock, trance music, chant, hard rock, and finally psychedelic music. From all these genres of music, hip-hop is the most listened to genre in the world, according to Spotify analysis of 20 billion tracks.

One of the most unique genres of music is singing and it is also amongst of the most popular types of music. Unlike other genres, singing music is vocal and does not require any type of musical instrument. In addition, it is rehearsed by one or more person, a cappella. Singing music involves either lyrics or non-linguistic syllables, sounds, or noises. This genre of music is very popular, as many people become fans of the celebrities who sing it.

By Rozaline Beshay