Bubblegum Dancer is the world's largest online database and encyclopedia for bubblegum dance, a style of dance music made famous by Aqua in the late 1990s. The site features artist biographies, detailed discographies, song lyrics, and all the latest news and updates.
"Bubblegum dance" is a term coined to describe a particular style of eurodance or pop/dance music. Bubblegum dance typically has a high-pitched female vocalist singing upbeat, synthesizer and melody driven verses and choruses, and a male singing back up vocals or rap. The lyrics and style of bubblegum dance music is often playful and child-like, and common singing topics include fantasy characters such as wizards and princesses, and songs about having fun, love, partying, and eating candy. Other terms used to describe bubblegum dance music include: bubblegum techno, bubblegum house, euro cheese, bubble dance, and happy house.
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Posted on May 24, 2017 by Mitch Andrews
Caramella Girls, the high-pitched off spring of Caramell, has released a new single yesterday titled "Holiday."
The new song has a tropical bubblegum flavour, and is a slower tempo compared to their previous releases. However, the tune still has their signature high-pitched vocals and is like a refreshing dip in the pool after their lackluster Barbie Girl remake in 2015, "Candy Girl."