Study Outcome: The pop music is most sad, rock music falling rock music
In a study conducted it has been concluded that pop music has become more sad while the wheel is falling In the last 30 years, pop music has become more depressive as rock is no longer as popular as before the 2000s. These were some of the conclusions drawn at the end of a study that was conducted at the University of California for Royal Society Open Science. The study came to this conclusion after analyzing 500,000 pieces released in Britain from 1985 to 2015. The songs were grouped according to emotional states, concluding that the most popular songs in the happiness index are on the decline. “Happiness is falling, clarity is down, sadness is on the rise,” AP told Natalia Komarova, co-author of the study.This trend seems to be equilibrated by a majority of songs found in the extreme happiness area of that euphoria. However, the songs have become more “dancing” and “holidays”. Apparently, while the general state is less characterized by happiness, people want to forget this and want to jump, stated Komarova who has compiled this study with Myra Interiano, Kamyar Kazemi, LijiaWang, Jienian Yang and Zhaoxia Yu.