Genre: polish synthpopPlay genre
Polish synthpop is a genre of music that emerged in the 1980s and combines electronic and pop music elements. It typically features upbeat rhythms, catchy melodies, and synthesizer sounds. The lyrics often focus on love, relationships, and everyday life. This genre gained popularity in Poland during the communist era and continues to be popular today. Some of the most notable artists in this genre include Urszula, Kombi, and Felicjan Andrzejczak.