Music slang. Select a slang term for more details. Also try Music Slang Quiz.
a musical instrument, esp. a jazz musician's guitar, trumpet or saxophone
to create rhythmic percussive sounds with your mouth, especially when accompanying rhymes or rapping
a song that repeats annoyingly in one's head
a style of music and fashion that developed among American teens in the early 21st century
having strong dance rhythms
a public performance, usually of rock, folk or jazz music
follower of a singer or a band who offers sexual favours
a style of rock music that appeared in Seattle in the late 1980's
rock music not released by major music labels
a recording that mixes together tracks from two or more different songs or instrumental pieces
an area in front of the stage at a rock concert where people dance energetically, or "mosh"
to recite lyrics over a rhythmic beat
a presenter of music videos, usually on television