Musician Nayokenza first coined Fever Pop in 2020 as a way to categorize their music. They have however stated that it's not solely their genre and that anyone can play it.
Songs are usually written in a Power Pop arrangement, with C minor and G minor along with B minor being the most commonly used keys (along with Drop C and Drop B tuning).
Sharing similarities with Industrial Music, guitars are often approached in non-traditional ways, used for production, and aren't required for live performances, often being replaced by mpc guitars.
Similar to Hip-Hop, samples are used in Fever Pop, however samples in Fever Pop are often created by the musician for self sampling or taken from digital audio work stations and re-worked.
Samples, electronics, and synthesizers are often used the same manner that Power Pop uses rhythm and lead guitars.
Guitars are also mostly used in a rhythm guitar setting or as a source of sample creation during production with synthesizers, samples, and or turntablism taking the lead melody roles.
Songs are usually between 115-128 bpm, however more hip hop oriented songs can have bpms in the 75-95 bpm range.
Taking inspiration from Hip-Hop, Nu Metal and Hardcore, vocals are often presented in a rapping; sing song rapping, or screaming fashion. Repetition and slogans are also major components of lyrical arrangement.
Topics and themes tend to range from love, self reflection, isolation, regret, and retaliation.
Cover for Nayokenza's Fever Pop single
"Vi Mot Världen."
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