A few years ago, when pop stars were just starting to get their start, it was hard to imagine how this year could be any different.
Sure, a lot of them were still on tour, but the number of albums and singles that were hitting the charts was still pretty small.
And in 2015, the year of the biggest hits, it looked like we had a golden era for pop, one in which music lovers everywhere could have their music heard on every major platform.
But this is a year in which pop music is already in a slump, with a slew of albums dropping in 2017 and the genre barely gaining ground at all.
So how does pop music look like for 2017?
And what about 2016?
When the internet was in its infancy, the internet existed in a very different form than it does now.
There was no such thing as a social network, so there was no need for radio stations to promote their own shows.
And while there were still some stations who would go on record, the majority of them only wanted to do so if they were signed to a major label.
In a world where the only place that you could find any kind of real social networking was your radio station, the concept of a new genre was quite new to the world of music.
And this new concept of music was one that had to be developed very quickly, because once radio stations started getting interested in getting on the radio, they had to figure out what songs to put on their shows and what kind of genres they wanted to include.
But even in the early days of radio, it took a very long time for a song to get on radio.
It could take as long as a year to get it on the air, according to the Wikipedia article on radio, and even then, stations like KISS, Alice in Chains and U2 weren’t able to get off the ground until much later.
The problem with the radio model was that artists had to find ways to get fans to tune in and give them their music.
This was the main reason that artists would often not put out new music until a few months after their album was released, because they didn’t want to lose the fans who had been following them for so long.
But the internet didn’t exist in a vacuum.
Radio stations were also relying on a new type of music: pop.
Pop music was, of course, a music genre that was more closely aligned with the times than other music genres.
Pop was a music that was played in bars, bars were music that you’d listen to when you had a few beers and you were bored, because you could get a good kick out of the music.
In the early years of the internet, music was mostly played on radio stations and radio stations were owned by major labels.
But in the mid-1990s, the rise of the streaming platforms, which offered streaming music to many more people at lower cost, allowed radio stations like Pandora to offer music at no extra cost to consumers.
The popularity of streaming music meant that the popularity of radio stations was quickly fading.
With that, radio stations found themselves in a bind.
They had to compete with streaming services and with new forms of entertainment that were not only free but that were more popular than radio stations.
They also had to deal with the fact that their audience was getting older.
Radio station executives were worried that their listenership was declining and that radio stations had to do something to attract new people to the stations.
But how do you attract a younger audience?
It took time.
Radio was in the middle of a decade-long boom that saw the rise in the popularity and popularity of popular music from the late ’80s on.
But radio stations weren’t yet ready to compete.
In 1995, a group of people who were trying to get radio stations off the air started a radio show called The Voice.
The show was based on a song called “I Just Wanna Be Your Lover.”
It was about the singer who went on a romantic relationship with the guy who was on her team.
And the song was one of the first radio songs to make it onto the Billboard Hot 100, and it peaked at number five on the Billboard 200 chart.
But things weren’t looking good for radio in the next few years.
In 1996, a new form of music called hip-hop was born, and the popularity exploded.
Hip-hop became a huge part of pop culture and was considered a genre that had been around since the ’80ies, and many artists were starting to experiment with new musical styles.
And hip-hops were really cool.
In fact, they were considered some of the most innovative and popular music of the decade.
But hip-hoppers also didn’t have much money, and there were a lot fewer bands that made it to the mainstream.
And there were just not many opportunities for young people to make money in hip-hip.
So when The Voice finally got a little too big for its britches,