It being related to music is the only correct part of the last definition. A level reached by few, overground is when an underground artist becomes so popular that they can no longer be called underground. I would say that any underground artist who sells 1 mill+ copies of any one of their albums can be considered overground.
Tech N9ne, Tecca Nina, and Aaron Yates are the only overground artists that come to mind. . . they are all the same person if you didn't catch that.
The opposite of underground.
More oftenly referred to as mainstream or commercial.
Used to describe music (usually rap/hip hop) that is played on the radio just to sell records, as opposed to being quality music.
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Often instead of saying 'overground music' it is simplified to just 'overground' or 'the overground'.
Kid: "Hey, Did you hear that new joint;insert crappy radio single on the radio yet?"
Kid2: "Naw, I don't listen to the overground"