Well I got bored (again) and thought I'd post a discussion on something I observed in my neck of the woods. In my last discussion I posted about the distasteful, generic music that is on the radio right now. This may seemingly be inevitable to remove since the average listener requests the same songs over and over again and doesn't usually go beyond their small box of genre awareness, but recently I've observed different behavior. I overheard a few highschoolers talking about a dubstep remix of Rihanna's song Rude boy (I do believe it was the one by Chrispy). I've heard this from a few highschoolers in the general area for a couple weeks so far as well as hearing them listen to it (by the way they listen to it loudly enough for me to hear it through their headphones). My question is, has anyone else seen or found out about small increases of genre awareness in their area. In case someone thinks this is a bit vague, there has to be a rather large group of people that have been listening to the generic music on the radio, but for some reason have taken interest in genres unlike the ones they've listened to (dubstep, techno, electro, drum n bass, classical, rap/hip-hop that isn't found by typing in a single letter on the youtube search bar, older rock/metal, etc.).