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Music I Used To Like That I Now Think is Overplayed

I was given this idea by my friend Amy, and I'm here for it because there's a lot of bands and songs I used to love or still do but I think is slightly overplayed.

There is no tea or shade here, I simply just think it's overplayed.

- As It Is. I'm sorry, I love As It Is but when they released their last album I felt like it was so overplayed and overhyped.

- Waterparks, again I love Parxs and their new album is good, but I personally don't get how hyped they are like they're good but there's better bands in my opinon.

- With Confidence, again, I used to like them then all the controversy happened so I was like no I won't stan anymore, but people still really hype them and I don't get it.

- Moose Blood, very controversial band aren't they, but I see so many people hyping them and stuff and I'm like, wow no. Let's not, not technically overplayed, but they're definitely overhyped

- Yungblud, there's some songs I like, but way over played! Like I hear the songs and I do the biggest eye roll

- Post Malone, quite like Post Malone would probably like a lot more if I didn't hear some of the songs so often.

- Some The 1975 songs are overplayed, not all of them and I love this band so much but some songs are like wow can we stop for once?

- The same as above goes for Ed Sheeran, no issue with him but some songs just... can we not?

- Justin Bieber,  never once been a fan but man why is it when he releases a song it's all you hear for months


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