You must be very familiar with the genres of pop music, hip hop, RnB, to jazz. But what about Lo-Fi music? This music genre is indeed becoming a trend among music lovers.
WHAT IS THE MUSIC LO-FI?
Even though it's only been booming lately, Lo-Fi music has actually been around since the 1950s. Derived from the word low fidelity, which means music with lower quality sounds even rough. Because of this quality, Lo-Fi music was often called DIY music.
The rhythm of Lo-Fi music does tend to be simpler and mellow but 'unique' because it combines sound elements in everyday life such as birdsong or the waves.
LO-FI MUSIC IS HITS
It was only since 2010, Lo-Fi music has been increasingly popular since many musicians started producing this genre, even adding touches of other music genres such as hip-hop in it.
Especially now that access to music is also getting easier since the advent of various music streaming platforms, such as SoundCloud, Spotify, and YouTube. No wonder, if there are many indie musicians who also produce Lo-Fi music by adding a modern side so it's more easy listening.
CHILL AND FOCUS
With its mellow rhythm, Lo-Fi music is perfect for those of you who want to relax calmly or when you want to focus on learning. When you get bored with mainstream music, Lo-Fi music can also be a 'runaway' right because the rhythm is a lot different.