Pop Songs

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So how to make popular pop progression to make a song?



Pop Songs


A list of some fresh common chord progressions and some variables (all of them have at least one variable) !

Each one of them have a video where you can see and listen by yourself what the chord progression looks like !

Below some of the chord progressions that are out there, you can often see in what “famous” songs the progression had already took place!

These are some chord progression ideas you might want to hear if you are interested in pop music stuff.


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”


Top Requested Page of Progressions:

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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 pop 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 pop songs !

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A chord progression idea.