Analysis of musical art trends in Ukraine in the 21st century
Thus, the development of Ukrainian music underwent a gradual evolution until the Russian aggression began in 2022. After the fall of the Soviet Union, Ukrainian-language music was not in favor, but after 2014 and especially after February 24, 2022, it became mainstream. Among Chusach varieties of musical art in Ukraine, the most common are pop, rock, rap, jazz, etc. The new opportunities that the Network has opened up for performers also have many hidden dangers. This is primarily about piracy, which significantly reduces the profits from selling your own. At the same time, thanks to multimedia and high-speed Internet, the exchange of musical novelties became more efficient. In particular, for a long time, Ukrainian music was characterized by the same trends as in the West: song plots, rhythms, popular styles of music, etc. It should be noted that the demand for Ukrainian music increased after Russia's military aggression. The Russian product was banned. So, if similar trends unfold in the same way, Ukraine will continue to see the emergence of new talented collectives. It should be noted that pop and rock are promising directions of music development but rap also looks extremely promising.
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