I asked this question before...no answers received...should songs on the same album contain different kinds of genres?
If i want to create an album, some cuts can contain dance pop, techno, jazz, salsa, hip hop, rnb, rock, a little blues, and funk/soul.
- pianomanLv 71 month ago
That's totally up to the artist. You don't have to say "kinds of genres", just say different genres".
- D50Lv 62 months ago
Put whatever you like on your album. Maybe it will sell maybe it won't. Then you'll have your answer about "should".
- Anonymous2 months ago
Yes, the edges overlap anyway.
- MordentLv 72 months ago
I've ANSWERED this question before.
No. It would be a mess. The chances you understand even half those genres well enough to do anything but a pastiche is basically zero.
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- 2 months ago
Obviously you can make an album sound however you want, but putting it under multiple genres is a little misleading. Every album, even if it has multiple sounds, has a main overall sound and it should be labeled as such. No one really makes every song a different genre. I think there’s a category for something like that anyway.
- BenLv 62 months ago
They could, not sure I've heard of that before. Maybe mix albums or compilation albums are like that but artists generally have a certain sound/style which they are good at and put things together around that.