Don’t sis me. It’s condescending.Sis, I stan mostly popstars above 30 ddd I'm just saying that pop music, most especially radio is notorious for looking towards investing in younger artists, partly market-driven (because music's main market relates to younger artists) and partly ageism in radio and media.
You can find quite a lot of artists who debuted in their teens/20s continue to find success (in varying degrees) in their 30s, but debuts are a different story.
I just initially found it weird, because it initially sounded like 30 is some ancient age rather than one year out of a person’s twenties. Glad you cleared that up for me, though.
Never said it wasn’t true. I know how ageism in pop music generally works, but I’m specifically talking about the way @An Insider’s post sounded.But is it not true that female pop artists over 30 have a harder time finding success because the industry/society is ageist?
Yeah, 30 seems like a fine age to be, even for someone making their solo debut. I agree.Yeah, I think the poster was trying to call out ageism rather than be agesit themselves. 30 is usually fine though I find. It's when the pop girlies hit the mid to late thirties that they often start to struggle getting the same support from what I've noticed.