[Note: This is the second part from 1: Why Does the World Love British Music? If you missed it, you can read it here.]
The global influence of British music is now being translated into the new and upcoming artists of the future too. They are expected to receive a more immediate impact internationally than ever before in past generations.
The new wave of British is coming, and everyone is lapping it up.
It leaves us asking, why do they love it so much?
I may be bias but …
It simply boils down to the sheer creativity and originality that helped define and shape our UK music culture from the early foundations of rock ‘n’ roll in the 60s to now. There is a certain rustic quality to UK music that you instantly understand and begin to explore the music roots and connect with it more so.
The sheer quality and diversity of UK artists plays a part too, we stretch to every genre that has ever been made. From soloists, instrumentalists to the groups and quartets, our wealth of knowledge and market exploitation is significant. The fact that we have so many more UK artists joining the roster every day, is that we have the most enriching history of music across the planet.
Our history is what inspires us to do it – and listen to it – over and over again. And we love it.
Let’s just forget the fact that the British Empire allowed the majority of the world to speak English too, eh?