First, since I am a gamer, music I enjoy listening to are, as you probably guessed, are gaming songs. Now, there are a lot of people who make gaming music and music videos out there, and a lot of them are really good, but the person I listen to that make really good songs are JT Machinima. JT Machinima does some really good rap songs weekly, and the ones I enjoyed was there Fallout 4, COD Black Ops 3, Just Cause 3, and World of Tanks rap songs.They just use a really good example of mood and rythem in their music videos.
But JT Machinima isn't the only person I listen to that makes Gaming Music videos. Another person, or group of people I should say, is Nerd Out. Nerd Out is a channel that is owned by The8thHawk, NemRaps, and Ben Schuller. They make gaming music videos based from popular new game titles and occasionally they also do parody videos. If you ever check these guys out, all of there music videos are really good.
Now even though I like people who do music videos on YouTube, I have kind of learned to like music from the 1950s - 1990s. I haven't heard a lot of songs from those times, but what I have heard are songs from those times, you guessed it, in a video game. I listened to these songs from the video game series "Fallout." If you haven't heard of the backstory of Fallout, or haven't heard about it at all, it's basically a game that takes place in an alternate universe in the 2050s, but technology and culture seemed to stop around the 1950s. Everyone went into Nuclear war because China and the US had a recourse war, and 200 years after the world seemed to end, the story takes place in a new world with new people, creatures, and culture. And over the radio, all they play is music from before the 2000s because that was all the music they had. So for the near 200 hours I played that game, I got to listen to around 15 different songs from before I was born and was able to memorize most of them completely.
In conclusion, my music taste isn't like many other people, but I do have my own taste. I hope you guys enjoyed the blog, and I am looking forward to reading about your music tastes. Bye!