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Music genre characterized by the repetitive use of consonants, syllables or words in song lyrics. Despite its obscure origin, this style of music can greatly contribute to the commercial success of the artist and is a leading cause of Ear Worm syndrome. Critics speculate that embracing the genre and using her childhood speech impediment to her advantage would have been a boon to singer, song-writer Carly Simon's career. In the late 200s, Lady Gaga has been credited with bringing Stammer Pop into the mainstream with her break out single "J-J-Just Dance".
That song Poker Face is fuh-fuh-fuh fucking annoying. I wish Obama would put a Federal ban on Stammer Pop once and for all!.
by willdana June 14, 2010
Music genre characterized by the repetitive use of consonants, syllables or words in song lyrics. Despite its obscure origin, this style of music can greatly contribute to the commercial success of the artist and is a leading cause of Ear Worm syndrome. Critics speculate that embracing the genre and using her childhood speech impediment to her advantage would have been a boon to singer, song-writer Carly Simon's career. In the late 2000s, Lady Gaga has been credited with bringing Stammer Pop into the mainstream with her break out single "J-J-Just Dance".
That song Poker Face is fuh-fuh-fuh fucking annoying. I wish Obama would put a Federal ban on Stammer Pop once and for all!
by willdana June 14, 2010

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