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Electropop is a style which mixes pop and electronic music, with synthesizers as the primary instrument. The genre initially developed in the late 1970s and early 1980s.

Electropop has been used to describe a large variety of artists. In the early years the style was often associated with forward-thinking or experimental groups, although nowadays many electropop artists are focused on creating music with mainstream appeal.

Electropop differs from many other electronic genres as the style is frequently focused on creating memorable songs and hooks as opposed to creating danceable beats. A common element in electropop is the use of distorted low register synthesizer parts.

Early electropop acts include Jean Michel Jarre and Vangelis, while later electropop artists include Kesha, La Roux and Lady Gaga.

Heptagon's Secret is an example of a Q-Asar artist that incorporates electropop elements.