Pop Songs: III-IV-V-VI

Pop Songs: III-IV-V-VI

A very used chord progression in pop songs,

Used in musics like: “Call me Maybe, Carly Rae Jespen” etc.

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Let’s check this out:


Some of you probably want to spice it up some more to get more originality, am I right?

So, let’s get a little more crazy and add some notes in those chords to make it even more jazzy !

I have the honor to present: THE VARIABLES !

The roots notes stay the same, however the right hand begins to do chords more difficult.

 (Variables Coming Soon)



Pro Tips:

Feel entirely free to mix the progressions together, to be totally original and unique in your art.

If you also, mash up the chords, I can guarantee you that the progression you come up with will perfectly make sense !

Let’s talk about scales, if you wanna make some popular instrumentals !

By my experience,

The best scale was the blues scale in case of making a lead !

If we are in the key of C, the blues scale is:


Mix that up, with any of the progressions that are above and you’ll be satisfied promised. 🙂

So go ahead, make some popular songs !

That was all about the pro tips that I’ve got for you guys. Welp, for now.

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A chord progression idea.

Also, check out:

The II-I-IV-VI-V Progression

“Drake, Hold On We’re Going Home”

The I-VI-IV-V Progression

“Girl On Fire, Alicia Keys”, “Trumpets, Chris Brown”

The VI-V-bV-IV Progression

“Here, Alessia Cara”

The IV-I-V-VI Progression

“Call me Maybe, Carly Rae Jespen”

The III-IV-V-VI Progression

“Best Friend, Foster The People”

The VI-V-III-IV Progression

“This Is How We Do, Katy Perry”

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