is rap pretty unpopular with INFPs? Because I genuinely love some old school and 90s hip hop.I've been watching the music threads, and INFPs seem to listen to anything, pretty much..
but personally, I'm not a fan of rap, country, or gospel music.
but depends on the lyrics, atmosphere, and.. umm.. >.> techno makes all music better imho.
I used to be scared of metal music.. but some metal music is okay with me now.. I've found that I enjoybattle metal and metal with female vocals, and creepy lyrics in met...
I grew up with my parents blasting some of that stuff, so it's naturally nostalgic to me. Definitely couldn't find me jamming to more modern rap though...
At least one INFP I know listens to a lot of rap, but he's particular about the rap he listens to, too.
Most death metal I've heard is just comincally over the top offensive/gross lyrics in a growling voice. At least Black Metal is a step up from it in terms of emotional depth.The only music I've never been able to enjoy is death metal. I used to like a band called "Oi Polloi" but it was because of the lyrics (I guess it's technically punk, but to me it sounds a lot like death metal...but they have some songs about the environment). THe music sounds like yelling and it's too loud.
I used to listen to punk and I can handle the yelling, but I like the satire and the melodic quality, though I'll get a headache if I listen to it too much. I also have liked some rap, traditional, classical, techno, jazz, and pretty much everything else, even a little country which I previously disliked. I guess I also tend to dislike smooth elevator music jazz (though I really enjoy a lot of other jazz). Perhaps one day I'll find death metal to like, but I tend to avoid it.
I'm a metalhead and I have no idea what you're talking about. :laughing:Hard techno and death metal (ESTPs like that stuff)
Mainstream rap is mostly sh** for me. I don't know about the others. Even with more extreme music, I find rap-core and nu-metal pretty childish. But don't get me wrong. I'm a huge fan of Red Hot Chili Peppers (they're all pretty fun to play on the instrument and they're damn challenging! plus, the feel is just awesome!). For me, it really depends on the lyrics when it comes to rap. I believe rap is probably the most lyric-centered of all genres and it shouldn't fail in that area.
Yeah. Cannibal Corpse and similar bands do have that thing going on.Most death metal I've heard is just comincally over the top offensive/gross lyrics in a growling voice. At least Black Metal is a step up from it in terms of emotional depth.
Very good stuff indeed. :kitteh:Yeah man, I've been into extreme metal for a very long time. It's good stuff :happy:
But in all honesty I pretty much hate all pop music. It just sounds so artificial to me. I can appreciate most kinds of music but that sugary radio pop stuff is bad for my ears.