There are several types of genres for music that inspires young people to change the way they dress, talk, and act. I'm not too experienced with most of the music out there except for hip hop (I'm a native New Yorker) and that has impacted the world. It went from poverty level street parties in the Bronx to breakdancing to fueds and drugs to complex urban/ghetto poetry to the mainstream music trend that we all know today and the one that I hate. Artists from other states and countries took advantage of the popularity of hip hop and turned it into catchy sounding pop songs that get annoying within the first minute of hearing it. Since most of the young people think its cool listening to the artists who "write" or sing these songs that they try to be like them by having the artists's style. I can recall from middle school that most of the kids use to wear baggy clothes and consistently curse in front of everyone and then in the middle of high school, everyone started wearing skinny jeans and consistently use the word "swag" and "boss".