Tpop, or Thai pop music, is a music genre of Thailand. It's basically Jpop and Kpop's unnoticeable step-brother if compared. Also, Thai-pop origins lie in R&B, pop, hip-hop, ballads, and alternative rock. It also mixes with other genres, such as disco, funk, and techno/electropop. The term is extremely broad, covering phleng phuea chiwit, luk thung and mor lam. Popular artists from the 1980s to now include: Bird McIntyre, Pumpuang Duangjan, Asanee-Wasan Micro, Mai Chaorenpura, Ploy, Tik Shiro, J Jetrin, Boyscout, Nuvo, Lift-Oil, SWEE:D, Four Mod, K-Otic, Thaitanium, Joey Boy, Tata Young, and etc.
K-pop fan: Tpop? I guess its okay, but Kpop is still the best. Plus to me I think it's copying off from Kpop but they're not doing a good job at it.
by Kawaiigirl91 November 14, 2011