Giggles Galore: 40 Hilarious Music Memes We Can All Relate ToBy Jishnu B
Are you tired of the same old serious music discussions on social media? Well, fear not because the internet is full of hilarious and quirky music tweets that will make you guffaw! If you’re looking for a good laugh, you might want to check out the funny tweets about songs, music videos, and musicians making rounds on the internet.
From clever puns to hilarious observations, music fans have taken to Twitter to share humorous takes on their favorite artists and songs. Whether you’re a fan of pop, rock, hip-hop, or classical music, there’s something for everyone in the colorful world of funny music tweets.
So if you’re in the mood for some light-hearted music banter, join us as we explore the funniest ones we could find online. Get ready to ROFL and discover the humorous side of music fandom!
I Wanna Dance With Somebody
Are you ready to feel the beat and bust a move? It’s time to talk about the one and only Whitney Houston and her iconic song I Wanna Dance with Somebody. This song is a classic that’s guaranteed to get anyone up and dancing, no matter how hard they try to resist.
Now, you may be wondering what makes this song so special. Is it the infectious beat that gets stuck in your head for days? Whitney Houston’s incredible voice? Or is it the fact that it’s impossible not to dance when you hear it? The answer, folks, is all of the above!
Guitar Pick Hack
Are you tired of spending all your money on guitar picks that always seem to disappear into the void? Well, fear not, friends, because we have discovered the ultimate hack for making your own guitar picks: curving them from plastic baskets!
Yes, you heard that right. Those pesky plastic baskets that always seem to accumulate in your kitchen can now be repurposed into the perfect guitar pick. Next time you’re at a loss for picks, don’t run to the music store. Just grab a pair of scissors and start cutting away!
Would you be okay with the world knowing that your musical taste is essentially a middle school dance playlist? Well, here’s the thing. You shouldn’t be ashamed of your playlist, no matter how “basic” it may seem. After all, music is a form of self-expression, and there’s no right or wrong way to express yourself.
So, the next time you open your Spotify Wrapped and feel a twinge of embarrassment at your musical taste, just remember that there are millions of other people out there with the same guilty pleasure songs and top artists. Embrace your musical quirks, and keep jamming to your heart’s content!
Play How You Feel
Playing the piano can be an emotional rollercoaster. There are moments of pure joy and exhilaration, and then there are those of frustration and despair. But no matter what, playing this instrument is always a journey that takes us through a range of feelings.
There’s always the excitement of sitting down at the piano and feeling the keys beneath your fingertips. Also, let’s not forget the smoothness of the keys that makes you feel like you’re in control. Like you have the power to create something beautiful. Well, unless you’re feeling DEAD like our OP here!
The Epic Verse
We’ve all been there. You’re listening to your favorite song, waiting for that one epic verse to drop. You know the one. The verse that makes you want to jump up and dance, sing at the top of your lungs, and maybe even throw a fist pump or two.
As you wait, you start to feel a sense of anticipation building inside of you. You tap your foot, bop your head, and maybe even start to bounce a little in your seat. You’re like a coiled spring, ready to explode with energy as soon as that verse hits. And when it does, it’s pure ecstasy!
In The Garden of Eden
Have you ever received a letter with a stamp that was so cool it made you want to frame it? Well, get ready to become a bonafide philatelist because the new Mary and Joseph stamp is here, and it’s a work of art.
At first glance, the stamp looks like any other, with the usual mix of letters and numbers. But take a closer look, and you’ll see that it has been made in such a way that it creates an image that looks like Mary is playing the keyboard while Joseph takes on lead vocals!
Diverse Taste, huh?
We all like to think of ourselves as people with diverse tastes in music. Being open-minded, experimental, and eclectic is the goal. We listen to everything from classical to country to hip-hop to rock, and we’re always on the lookout for new and exciting artists to add to our playlists.
But let’s be real. When it comes down to it, there’s one artist that we just can’t get enough of, Taylor Swift. Sure, we might pretend to listen to all kinds of music, but deep down, we know that our Spotify Wrapped is going to be 95%, Taylor Swift. Right fellow, Swifties?
Have you ever been jamming out on your guitar, strumming away to your favorite tune, when suddenly your trusty pick slips out of your fingers and falls into the soundhole of the guitar? It’s a moment that every guitarist dreads, but it can also be the source of some hilarious albeit frustrating experiences.
At first, you might think it’s no big deal. You’ll just shake the guitar a little, and the pick will fall out, right? Wrong. As any seasoned guitarist knows, once that pick is in there, getting it out is an uphill battle.
The Stark Contrast
We’ve all been there: bopping along to a catchy tune, tapping our feet, and humming the melody, when suddenly we suddenly realize how dark the lyrics we’re singing along to are. It’s a strange and sometimes unsettling experience. But also one that can be surprisingly interesting.
Think about it: there’s something uniquely satisfying about the contrast between a bright, upbeat beat and lyrics that delve into the darker corners of the human psyche. It’s like a sonic version of sweet and sour sauce, unexpected but oddly compelling.
The Soprano Dilemma
Picture this: you’re a proud first soprano, singing your heart out in the choir. You’ve worked hard to hit those high notes and perfect your vibrato, and you’re feeling pretty good about your abilities. And then, one day, the choir director drops a bombshell; you’re going to sing second soprano.
At first, you feel kinda insulted. After all, you’re used to being the star of the show, soaring above the rest of the choir with your dazzling soprano voice. But as the reality sinks in, you start to realize that singing second soprano isn’t such a bad thing after all. You were just being a snob!
On The Bright Side of Things
There’s nothing quite like rediscovering a song that you used to love. It’s a feeling of nostalgia, joy, and excitement all rolled into one. The experience can transport you back to a time when life was simpler and the world seemed like a brighter, more hopeful place.
Perhaps you were flipping through old CDs or scrolling through your music library when you stumbled upon a forgotten gem. Or maybe you heard the familiar melody of a long-lost favorite on the radio or in a random playlist. Whatever the circumstances, the rush of emotions that comes with it can be truly breathtaking.
Always and Forever
You know that feeling when you discover a new song that speaks to your soul, and you just can’t get enough of it? You play it on repeat, sing along, and dance like nobody’s watching. But what happens when that one song turns into five, and you find yourself listening to those five songs repeatedly?
At first, it might feel like you’re in a musical paradise. You know exactly what’s coming next, and every time the chorus hits, it’s like a burst of serotonin straight to the brain. Sometimes you might even start to feel like you’re part of the band, jamming along to the same tunes day after day!
Do you ever find yourself feeling like your guitar playing could use a little extra pizzazz? Or maybe you’re a violinist who’s tired of the same old bowing techniques. Well, have no fear – there are some quirky and unconventional ways you can try to add some extra flair to your playing.
First up, we have bowing the guitar. Yes, you read that right – you can actually use a violin bow to play your guitar. But wait, there’s more! For all you violinists out there, have you ever tried playing your violin with your fingers? It’s called “pizzicato,” and we think you’ll find it quite enchanting!
August is a month full of hot weather, beach trips, and summer vacations. But did you know that there’s another August tradition that’s been gaining popularity in recent years? We’re talking about worshipping the august song in August, of course! What is the august song, you ask?
To us, it’s that one song you just can’t get enough of. The one that makes you want to dance, sing along, and play it on repeat until your friends start to question your sanity. It’s the song that defines your summer, your mood, and your very essence. Or it could be Taylor’s version too!
Shrek As a Vocalist
If you’ve ever looked at “Shrek” and thought, “hey, he kind of looks like the lead singer of We The Kings,” you’re not alone. In fact, the resemblance between the iconic green ogre and Travis Clark, the vocalist of the hit song Check Yes, Juliet, is uncanny.
It all starts with the hair. Both have a mess of curly locks that seem to have a mind of their own. But it’s not just that. Take a closer look at their facial features – the broad nose, the squinty eyes, the slightly downturned mouth, and you’ll see that they could be long-lost twins!
Have you noticed that every new rapper on the scene is called “Lil” something or other these days? Lil Wayne, Lil Uzi Vert, Lil Baby, Lil Nas X – the list goes on and on. But have you ever stopped to wonder why that is?
Well, it all comes down to one simple fact: no rapper can ever be as iconic as the Notorious B.I.G. With his smooth flow, clever wordplay, and larger-than-life persona, Biggie set the standard for what it means to be a successful rapper. And let’s be real; no one can touch that level of greatness.
Airpods Case Rock
Imagine walking through a park and coming across a rock that looks like an AirPod case! You do a double-take to make sure you’re not hallucinating, but it’s true! The rock has the same exterior shape as your beloved case, but it’s made of rock!
At first, you might think it’s just a coincidence, but the more you look at it, the more you’re convinced that someone must have crafted this rock to look like an AirPods case. But no, it’s just a natural occurrence, a freak of nature that happens once in a blue moon.
Spotify Wrapped Vs. Apple Music
Ah, it’s that time again! Everyone is bragging about their music tastes and sharing their “Spotify Wrapped” playlists. But wait, what about Apple Music users? Do they even know what they’re missing out on? Let’s take a look at the differences between Apple Music and Spotify Wrapped and have a good laugh.
Apple Music’s “Year in Review” is about as exciting as watching paint dry. Sure, you get a playlist of your top songs, but where’s the fun in that? Spotify Wrapped gives you juicy details about your listening habits, like your top artists, top songs, and even how many minutes you spent listening to music.
The Iconic Sweater
It’s been over two decades since NSYNC ruled the world of boy bands, but there’s one iconic moment that still has us scratching our heads: Justin Timberlake’s glitchy sweater. You know the one we’re talking about. It’s the multicolored striped sweater that looked like it was caught in a digital vortex!
Now, we don’t know who designed this sweater or what they were thinking, but we do know that it’s become a part of pop culture history. It’s the sweater that launched a thousand memes and had us all wondering, “What the heck is going on with Justin?”
War on Christmas
We’ve all seen those epic war movie posters with soldiers charging into battle, explosions in the background, and ominous music playing in our heads. But have you ever seen a war movie poster with Mariah Carey’s face on it? No? Well, here you go!
Given Mariah Carey’s reputation as the “Queen of Christmas,” maybe she’s leading a battalion of soldiers to save Santa Claus from enemy forces? Or maybe she’s just spreading holiday cheer to the front lines? We can just imagine her belting out All I Want for Christmas Is You while bombs explode in the background.
The Glee Effect
If you’re a die-hard Glee fan, then you know that the show’s cast is responsible for some of the catchiest covers of popular songs ever recorded. From Don’t Stop Believing to Somebody to Love, their renditions of classic hits are hard to resist singing along to.
But here’s the catch: if you’ve been listening to their covers on repeat, your Spotify Wrapped is about to get a whole lot cheesier. Imagine opening it and seeing their renditions of Don’t Stop Believing as your most-listened-to song, followed by Landslide and Somebody to Love. It’s enough to make any music snob cringe!
Cheese Grater Music Video Set
Have you ever looked inside a cheese grater and thought to yourself, “Wow, this looks like the set from a 2000s music video” No? Just us? Well, hear us out. The inside of this tool is a wonderland of metallic ridges and sharp edges, all perfectly arranged to shred your cheese into tiny little pieces.
But if you take a closer look, you’ll notice that it also looks like the perfect backdrop for a music video by your favorite early 2000s pop star. Imagine it: Missy Elliot in her memorable blow-up outfit, dancing in front of a giant cheese grater while singing Supa Dupa Fly!
Country Music Vs. Pop Punk Music
When it comes to music genres, there are few as polarizing as country and pop punk. On one hand, you have twangy guitars and lyrics about trucks and drinks, and on the other, you have power chords and angsty lyrics about teenage rebellion. So, what’s the biggest difference between the two?
First off, country music is all about storytelling. You know the drill: a broken-hearted cowboy, a dusty road, a cold drink on a hot day. Meanwhile, pop punk is all about teen angst with lyrics about breaking rules and feeling misunderstood. Simply put, country music is about escaping reality, while pop punk fights against it.
The Song of Our Time
Have you ever woken up and felt like everything is a mess? Your hair, your room, and, basically, your whole life? Well, a new song has arrived to help you embrace the chaos. It’s called Everything is a Mess, and I Don’t Care, and it’s sure to become the anthem of the disorganized and apathetic.
So, the next time you wake up feeling like everything is a mess, just remember the words of this song, and then throw on some sweatpants, order some takeout, and let the chaos ensue. Because at the end of the day, isn’t it more fun to just embrace the mess?
Classical Music Aura
Ah, the joys of running while listening to classical music. The rhythm of your feet hitting the pavement, the melodies of the violins and cellos in your ears – it’s almost enough to make you forget that you’re just a sweaty runner in a pair of sneakers.
But what if you could take that feeling one step further? What if you could imagine yourself as a character in a period drama, running to a fancy ball in a flurry of excitement and anticipation? It might sound silly, but trust us – it’s the ultimate way to spice up your workout routine!
A Timeless Movie
Picture this: a movie about classical music featuring two of the most iconic action heroes of all time – Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger. In this hypothetical film, these two play classical musicians, navigating the cutthroat world of high-stakes orchestral performances.
At first glance, it might seem like an odd casting choice. After all, the two actors are best known for their roles in explosive action movies, not delicate classical performances. But that’s precisely what makes it so entertaining – seeing these larger-than-life characters take on a completely different genre.
Ah, music festivals. The sun, the crowds, the music – what’s not to love? Well, there’s one thing that can really put a damper on your festival experience: losing your friends in the sea of people and being out of network range all the time.
It’s a common problem. You’re grooving to the beat, having the time of your life, when suddenly you turn around, and your friends are nowhere to be found. You try to call or text them, but you’re greeted with that dreaded message: “No service.”
The Age of Awareness
In a bizarre experiment aimed at educating politicians about the struggles of minimum-wage retail workers, a group of activists have proposed putting elected officials in a room for 8 hours and subjecting them to a never-ending loop of three Ed Sheeran songs.
Three songs – Shape of You, Thinking Out Loud, and Photograph – have been selected for their infectious catchiness. According to the activists, this is exactly what minimum-wage workers in the retail industry are subjected to on a daily basis, as they are forced to listen to the same songs on repeat for hours.
In The Name of Big Things
In the world of music, there’s always a band that constantly brags about the big things they have brewing. They post cryptic messages on social media, drop hints in interviews, and generally act like they’re on the verge of something huge. But when the big reveal finally comes, it’s always just a new song.
It seems like every week, a new band is tweeting or posting on Instagram about something big they’re brewing, only for fans to discover it’s just a new single or music video. While there’s nothing wrong with releasing new music, the constant buildup can be exhausting for fans who are eager for something more substantial.
The world can be a stressful and overwhelming place. From global crises to personal issues, it’s easy to get bogged down by problems and feel like there’s no escape. But what if we told you there was a way to ignore all this and feel good? We’re talking, of course, about the power of music.
Listening to music has been scientifically proven to have benefits for our mental and emotional well-being. Studies have shown that music can reduce stress, alleviate anxiety, and even improve our mood. But perhaps the greatest benefit of music is its ability to provide a temporary escape from the problems of the world.
Move over, Mariah Carey, there’s a new pop star in town, and she’s here to ruin Christmas. Meet Wariah Carey, the newest addition to the music scene and Mariah’s polar opposite. While her iconic hit All I Want for Christmas Is You is undoubtedly a classic, Wariah’s debut single is titled I Hate Christmas.
The song features lyrics such as “I don’t want to see your mistletoe, I don’t care about your ho-ho-ho,” and “The snow is cold, the eggnog’s gross, I’d rather stay home and watch Netflix shows.” So, if you’re tired of the same old holiday tunes and want something fresh and different, give Wariah a listen!
The Biggest Dilemma
Music streaming services provide us with access to millions of songs with just a few taps on our phones. However, the big question remains: are you an Apple Music user or a Spotify user? While some may argue that it’s a matter of personal preference, others love to mock the difference in experience.
Let’s start with the elephant in the room: Apple Music’s smaller music library. It’s like going to a party and bringing a six-pack instead of a keg. You’ll miss out on the vibes because of limited supply. Plus, everyone knows the best parties are the ones with an endless supply of music to dance to!
Move over regular drum and bass; there’s a new sound in town – liquid drum and bass, quite literally! Liquid drum and bass is now being made in water, and it’s making waves in the industry. You might be wondering how on earth water can create music, but the answer is surprisingly simple.
Liquid drum and bass producers have discovered that by using waterproof equipment and setting up their studios in water bodies, they can create unique sounds that mimic the natural rhythms of water. The result is a fresh, bubbly sound that’s perfect for those summer pool parties.
An Iconic Cover
Hold onto your swim trunks, folks! There’s a new Aquaman soundtrack in town, and it’s got a special surprise. Mr. Worldwide himself has covered Toto’s iconic hit Africa for the movie’s soundtrack. The best part of the cover has to be Pitbull’s ad-libs!
We are talking “Mr. Worldwide” shouts, “Dale!”s, and even a “woof woof” thrown in for good measure. It’s like Pitbull took all of his signature catchphrases and threw them in a blender with Africa, and the result is purely hilarious.
The Grooves Magic
Vinyl records have made a big comeback in recent years, with audiophiles everywhere proclaiming the superiority of the analog sound. But have you ever stopped to think about how those grooves on the record actually create sound? If you’re like most people, you probably have no idea.
We’ve all heard the term “groovy,” but who knew that grooves on a vinyl record could be so important to the sound quality? Apparently, the grooves are what make the music come alive, like tiny little sound waves dancing around in circles. It’s like magic but with more scratching noises.
If you’re not a musician, describing a sound can be a pretty daunting task. But what if the sound you’re trying to describe is coming from your car’s tire? That’s a whole different ballgame. But fear not, there’s a simple solution – just tell the mechanic it sounds like an F sharp.
Yep, you read that right. Instead of trying to explain the sound as a whirring or a grinding noise, just bust out your musical prowess and see how impressed they’ll be! Because why say, “it’s making a high-pitched sound” when you can say, “it’s making an F sharp”?
Greta Van Fleet is a rock band known for its classic rock-inspired sound and energetic performances. However, this particular person thought they were actually a band led by climate activist Greta Thunberg, singing songs about the environment and the dangers of climate change.
As someone who’s not always the sharpest tool in the shed, this person noted the similarity of the first names and ran with it. Maybe he thought to himself, “Wow, Greta Thunberg is really branching out – not only is she fighting climate change, but she’s also pursuing a career in rock music!”
Joys Vs. Worries
There’s nothing quite like spending four days surrounded by fellow music lovers and dancing the night away to your favorite bands. It’s a magical experience. On the other hand, there’s nothing quite like being stuck in a job you hate, counting down the minutes until you can go home and do it all again tomorrow.
At a music festival, time flies. You lose track of hours, days, and even the concept of time itself. Every minute is filled with new experiences, new people, and new music. You’re free to let loose, forget about your responsibilities, and just enjoy the moment. But at a job, every minute feels like an eternity.
Frank Ocean Syndrome
Whether you’re a die-hard fan or just a casual listener, there’s no denying that Frank Ocean’s music has a certain magic that keeps us coming back for more. His smooth, soulful voice and introspective lyrics have made him a favorite of music lovers everywhere, and it’s no surprise he’s a staple on many Wrapped playlists.
In fact, it sometimes seems like Frank Ocean is omnipresent on Spotify. Whether you’re listening to his classic album Channel Orange, his critically acclaimed follow-up Blonde, or his recent singles like DHL and In My Room, his music is always there, ready to transport you to another world.
Imagine you’re at a concert, enjoying the music, when suddenly the band leader puts the microphone out into the audience and expects you to sing along. Sounds like a fun idea, right? Well, not if you’re like this user and can’t carry a tune to save your life.
It’s a situation we’ve all found ourselves in. The idea of singing along with your favorite band definitely sounds like a blast, but when it actually happens, you realize that you didn’t sign up for that. You paid good money to see them perform, not to be a part of the band.