Genre: spanish synthpopPlay genre
Spanish synthpop is a genre characterized by the use of synthesizers and electronic instruments to create catchy and danceable pop music. The genre emerged in the 1980s and has since become a staple of Spanish music culture. Its upbeat rhythms and catchy melodies often incorporate elements of disco, new wave, and electronic dance music. The lyrics often touch on themes of love, relationships, and social commentary. The genre has produced many iconic bands and artists who have achieved mainstream success both in Spain and internationally.