Genre: doo-wopPlay genre
Doo-wop music is a genre that emerged in the 1950s and 1960s, characterized by its tight harmonies, simple melodies, and catchy rhythms. It often features vocal groups singing about love and romance, with lyrics that are both sentimental and playful. Doo-wop groups typically consisted of four or five members, with one or two lead singers and the others providing backup vocals and harmonies. The music was popular among teenagers and young adults, and was often played at dances and social gatherings.