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Japanese pop music. One of it's primary icons is Ayumi Hamasaki, who could be considered the Britney Spears of J-Pop.
J-pop has more vocals than J-rock. Good for them.
by scientificprogessgoesboink August 09, 2003
 
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Basically Japanese pop music. It sometimes has random English words in the lyrics.
Let's fighting love!
by The Robinator August 18, 2004
 
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The same type of pop shit you hear on top 40 radio, but in Japanese so you can feel superior.
The weeaboos listened to Jpop and watched animu.
by helioseismology January 02, 2010
 
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Japanese pop music. Sounds a lot better and is much more real than American music. The music generally sounds like a mix of pop, rock, and techno. This mixture produces a unique sound that is very pleasing to the ear.

While most of the music is in Japanese, many J-pop songs contain bits of English. Many J-pop song titles and artist names are also in English. Some songs are completely in English but still difficult to understand because of the artists' strong Asian accent (i.e. "SUMMER DAYS" by Do As Infinity). You don't need to know Japanese in order to enjoy J-pop.

Popular J-pop artists are: Ayumi Hamasaki, Utada Hikaru, Every Little Thing, Do As Infinity, BoA, day after tomorrow, and Puffy AmiYumi (known simply as "Puffy" in Japan).

The music is very addictive. In fact, it's all I listen to. With the exception of Puffy AmiYumi, J-pop cannot be found in American music stores. The best place to buy J-pop music from IMO is YesAsia.com. They have a wide selection and good prices.
Wow. The Japanese know how to make music. American artists should learn a thing or two from J-pop artists.
by kabitzin495 September 21, 2005
 
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(n) Japanese pop, mostly sung by females. Jpop mixes pop and techno together. The resulting music is amazing. Some Jpop artists are: Ayumi Hamasaki, Megumi Hashibara, Globe, and Do As Infinity.
I love the way Jpop music sounds.
by DDRfReAkA March 23, 2003
 
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JPop is generally japanese Pop-Music. If you want to describe its style, you can say that it's often a mix between Pop and Rock.
Aikawa Nanase is a good JPop singer.
by Anonymous March 27, 2003
 
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Pop music from Japan.J-Pop nowadays is becoming increasingly popular around the world for its nice blend of techno,pop and rock.It really hits the spot,you don't have to learn Japanese to enjoy it.And they don't haveta make slutty and horny acts on TV to popularize themselves unlike some artists I know *cough**cough*Britney Spears*cough*Aguilera*cough*Beyonce*cough*
I'm so hooked up with J-Pop that I almost turned Wapanese
by Acronym132 December 17, 2004
 
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commercialized Japanese music consisting of a cute female/group singing catchy, up-tempo music that are at times written for Anime themes or TV shows.
j pop singers: ayumi hamasaki, mai kuraki, BoA, Utada Hikaru, exc.
by ai-sie December 01, 2007