121 Pop Music Trivia Questions (Straight From the Radio Waves)

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Eli Robinson
August 28, 2022

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121 Pop Music Trivia Questions (Straight From the Radio Waves)

  1. What chart-topping male singer describes his stage name as a combination of his childhood nickname and the missing word from the following explanation? "I didn't have [any] pizzazz, and a lot of girls say I'm out of this world, so I was like I guess I'm from ______."  Answer: Bruno Mars
  2. "Last Train to Memphis" is a biography of what norm-shattering 20th century singer whose fame peaked in the 1950s?  Answer: Elvis Presley
  3. What singer-songwriter goes by a one-word stage name that adds the letter "C" to his first name by birth? He won a surprise Grammy Album of the Year award in 2015 for his album "Morning Phase."  Answer: Beck
  4. Who is the only singer to win the Grammy Awards for Album, Record, and Song of the Year twice? Both of the winning albums had titles that were two-digit numbers.  Answer: Adele
  5. What pop singer's birth name was Demetria before she shortened it to only four letters for her first name on stage?  Answer: Demi Lovato
  6. What singer is nicknamed "The Chairman of the Board"?  Answer: Frank Sinatra
  7. Lonnie Rashid Lynn, Jr was born in Chicago's Hyde Park neighborhood to a former professional basketball player and educator. After almost a dozen years in the music industry, he earned his first (of many) acting credits in 2003, appearing on the the sitcom "Girlfriends." What one-word moniker is he better known by?  Answer: Common
  8. "Jagged Little Pill" is the international debut album by what Canadian singer born in Ottawa in 1974?  Answer: Alanis Morissette
  9. What musician is the lead singer of both Blur and Gorillaz, two popular British bands?  Answer: Damon Albarn
  10. What young Canadian singer initially made waves through song snippets on Vine before starting a run of Billboard-charting singles such as "Treat You Better" and "Stitches?"  Answer: Shawn Mendes
  11. Who is the only solo artist to achieve more than five Billboard No. 1 singles before the age of 19?  Answer: Justin Bieber
  12. Daniel Powter is a Canadian singer-songwriter that rose to fame as his song spent five weeks atop the Billboard charts in 2005. The song featured prominently in video montages of American Idol contestants who were eliminated from the show. What was Powter's two-word smash hit?  Answer: Bad Day
  13. What Philadelphian R&B group spent over 50 cumulative weeks atop the Billboard Hot 100 charts with their iconic style of emotional ballads and a cappella harmonies? The band was named after a New Edition song title.  Answer: Boyz II Men
  14. What adolescently-named lead singer was the front man for the 1980s pop group Culture Club?  Answer: Boy George
  15. What pop singer was, somewhat predictably, asked by TIME in an interview whether she always ordered a grande size at Starbucks? She responded with: "No, sometimes I get that venti, you know? Some days that’s what you need in your life... I love soy lattes. Obviously I don’t have dairy because I’m a vegan, but they taste out of this world to me."  Answer: Ariana Grande
  16. What man won "Top Rap Song" at the 2018 Billboard Music Awards for his song "Rockstar" featured on his album "Beerbongs & Bentleys"?  Answer: Post Malone
  17. Name this mystery fruit. It's known as the "king of fruits" in some regions. It's known for its strong odor and thorn-covered rind. If you removed one letter from this fruit's name and repeated yourself, you'd have the name of a mega-successful 80s band.  Answer: Durian
  18. Pitchfork listed "Nikes" as the 25th-best song of 2016. Billboard ranked it number 28. What critically-acclaimed R&B singer released this track as the first song on his album "Blonde?"  Answer: Frank Ocean
  19. What 17-year old musical artist's 2019 debut album "When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?" made her the first artist born in the 2000s to have a number-one album in the United States?  Answer: Billie Eilish
  20. A 28-year-old British man's "Divide" tour in 2019 set the all-time record for highest-grossing tour. Who is this singer?  Answer: Ed Sheeran
  21. "Georgia On My Mind" is, unsurprisingly, the state's official song and was written by what singer/songwriter who was born in Albany, GA in 1930?  Answer: Ray Charles
  22. An artist born Montero Lamar Hill had a breakout single in 2019 that remained No. 1 on the US Billboard Hot 100 for 19 weeks. By what name is this artist better known?  Answer: Lil Nas X
  23. Singer-songwriter Adam Young founded an electronica project in 2007 in Owatonna, Minnesota that reached fame two years later with the six-times-platinum single "Fireflies." What was the aviary-urban name of this musical project?  Answer: Owl City
  24. Although most famous for his stint on American Idol, what musician and producer was also the bass guitarist on the self-titled Divinyls album, performed on multiple Kenny G albums, and was a session musician for rock group Journey?  Answer: Randy Jackson
  25. A female Swedish singer born in 1979 had two U.S. Top 10 singles on her debut album: "Do You Know (What It Takes)" and "Show Me Love." Her first name is also a homophone for red-breasted songbirds of the family Petroicidae. Who is this singer?  Answer: Robyn
  26. Premiering on "The Tonight Show" in February 2020, the K-Pop group BTS stunned viewers with a performance of their song "ON" in what iconic NYC venue that has nearly a million visitors every day?  Answer: Grand Central Station
  27. In 2019 what 5-letter Minnesota rap & R&B artist had the "Juice" to be nominated for Best New Artist at the VMAs?  Answer: Lizzo
  28. After his 2010 hit "Cooler Than Me" peaked at No. 6 on the U.S. Hot 100, this singer was considered a "one hit wonder" until his 2015 track "I Took a Pill in Ibiza" was remixed and became a club anthem a half decade later. Who is this Michigan-born musician?  Answer: Mike Posner
  29. Her fellow cast members on the Mickey Mouse Club were Ryan Gosling, Keri Russell, and Justin Timberlake. Her first self-titled debut album in 1999 spawned three U.S. number-one singles: "Genie in a Bottle," "What a Girl Wants," and "Come On Over Baby (All I Want Is You)." Who is she?  Answer: Christina Aguilera
  30. What is the stage name of the Canadian musician born Abel Makkonen Tesfay? This stage name might be seen on a calendar with poor spelling. This artist holds several chart records including being the first to simultaneously hold the top three positions on the Billboard Hot R&B Songs chart with "Can't Feel My Face", "Earned It," and "The Hills."  Answer: The Weeknd
  31. The Puerto Rican Benito singer and rapper born Antonio Martínez Ocasio in 1994 is better known by what two-word stage name? Another way to describe this name could be a nefarious hare. His highest-charting songs are "I Like It" and "Mia."  Answer: Bad Bunny
  32. Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Kurt Cobain, Amy Winehouse and Jim Morrison all died at what "cursed" age?  Answer: 27
  33. Who appeared dressed as a cheeseburger in Taylor Swift’s 2019 “You Need to Calm Down” video as a complement to Taylor’s French fries, in a seeming end to a longstanding feud?  Answer: Katy Perry
  34. Name one of the girls in Lou Bega's "Mambo #5" who have a name starting with the letter M.  Answer: Mary or Monica
  35. Jimmy Brooks was the character that what future world-conquering rapper played on the TV show Degrassi?  Answer: Drake
  36. What American rapper and singer launched to stardom when his single "Trap Queen" rose to No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100? This man was born with glaucoma in both eyes which eventually required an ocular prosthesis in his left eye.  Answer: Fetty Wap
  37. American singer and dancer Elgin Baylor Lumpkin was born in DC and named after the basketball legend Elgin Baylor who was also born in DC. However, Lumpkin is better known by what one-word "G" stage name? This singer was part of a hit-making duo with producer Timbaland in the late 1990s and early 2000s.  Answer: Ginuwine
  38. In 1995, the accomplished musician Rivers Cuomo enrolled at Harvard to study classical composition. He had already released a platinum-selling album with his band at this point, but he grew a beard and wrote in his diaries that "students wearing ______ T-shirts did not recognize" him. What band had Rivers Cuomo led (and would continue to lead after Harvard)?  Answer: Weezer
  39. Antonia Christina Basilotta (Toni Basil) is an American singer and choreographer that choreographed famous videos for the Talking Heads and David Bowie before she reached the top of the charts with a No. 1 hit in 1982 with a cheerleader-themed music video that was one of the first mega-popular MTV videos. What is the one-word title of this song?  Answer: Mickey
  40. Meredith and Olivia are two of the cats owned by what popular singer born in 1989? The pets are named after leading ladies from Grey's Anatomy and Law & Order: SVU.  Answer: Taylor Swift
  41. As of July 1, 2020 the No. 1 song on the Billboard Hot 100 is named "Rockstar". This isn't the song by Post Malone named "Rockstar" (peaked at No. 1 in 2017) nor the song "Rockstar" by Nickelback (peaked at No. 6). Who's the artist behind the current chart-topping "Rockstar?"  Answer: DaBaby
  42. Allegedly written after lead singer Freddie Mercury saw the Tour de France from a hotel window, what band's song "Bicycle Race" was released as a B-side in 1978?  Answer: Queen
  43. Born Megan Jovon Ruth Pete in Texas in 1995, what rapper and singer's stage name comes in part from her tall height as a child? She's currently 5' 10" and had her first No. 1 Billboard hit with the song "Savage" in 2020.  Answer: Megan Thee Stallion
  44. Originally planned for release in November 2020, the James Bond movie "No Time to Die" features a theme song by what Grammy awardee who can't legally order a martini in the U.S. until the end of 2022?  Answer: Billie Eilish
  45. The 2012 song "Skyfall" was written and recorded for the James Bond film of the same name. It won an Academy Award, a Grammy Award, and a Golden Globe for Best Original Song, as well as the Brit Award for British Single of the Year. What singer co-wrote and performed the track?  Answer: Adele
  46. Taylor Swift's first No. 1 Billboard single was also the first single released from her 2012 album "Red." What is this song?  Answer: We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together
  47. The lead single from Taylor Swift's 2020 album "Folklore" was described by Wikipedia as "slow-burning ... with stripped-down instrumentals of tender piano, clopping drums and melancholic violins." The song also shares its name with a piece of autumnal and winter apparel. What is the name of the song or piece of apparel?  Answer: Cardigan
  48. In 2008, a certain pop singer moved to Los Angeles and set up her own creative team named "Haus of ______." The team was modeled on Andy Warhol's Factory and they focused on extreme and provocative artistic choices. A year later, a debut album was released by this singer, reaching No. 1 in many countries. What word fills in the blank?  Answer: Gaga
  49. Harry Styles, Louis Tomlinson, Liam Payne, Niall Horan, and Zayn Malik were all contestants on what British singing competition show when they formed One Direction?  Answer: The X Factor
  50. The bassist of the iconic punk funk band Red Hot Chili Peppers crossed across hobbies when he ran both the 2011 and 2012 Los Angeles Marathons while raising funds for the Silverlake Conservatory of Music. He even finish in an impressive 3 hours and 41 minutes. Who is this insect-like musician?  Answer: Flea
  51. What song, released by Adele in 2011 as her first number-one single in the UK, later became the background of a popularized 2019 Tik Tok meme? The meme's motif was a close-up camera shot on a single object which then panned out to a larger group of identical objects as the song hit its titular lyrics.  Answer: "Someone Like You"
  52. Known for his rich, languid saxophone solos and easy-listening lounge music, what is the stage name of the Seattle musician who reached commercial success with his 1986 album "Duotones"?  Answer: Kenny G
  53. In the 2020 Disney-Pixar film "Soul," the list of voice actors includes Jamie Foxx, Tina Fey, and Ahmir Khalib Thompson among others. By what name is that last voice actor better known? This Philadelphia-born man has featured as the drummer and co-frontman for The Roots since the 1990s.  Answer: Questlove
  54. According to André 3000 in the OutKast song "Hey Ya!", what's cooler than being cool?  Answer: Ice cold
  55. What large body of water on the southern end of Canada's Hudson Bay shares its name with a musician best-known for his 2014 hit single, "Hold Back the River"?  Answer: James Bay
  56. What artist, with nicknames including “His Royal Badness” and “The High Priest of Pop,” passed away in 2016? Hint: this artist was often associated with a single color.  Answer: Prince
  57. What Toni Braxton single from 1996 reached No. 1 in more than 15 countries and makes sense in a romantic context but almost none in a medical context?  Answer: Un-Break My Heart
  58. What "avian" musical artist released the 2019 album "Threads" while announcing it was likely her final studio album? This Missouri-born singer rose to fame with two 1994 charting singles.  Answer: Sheryl Crow
  59. What rapper opened her 2020 album "Good News" with the song "Shots Fired," about an incident that July that led to her being injured and hospitalized?  Answer: Megan Thee Stallion
  60. "With a taste of a poison paradise," what 2003 hit song was originally written with Janet Jackson, not Britney Spears, in mind?  Answer: Toxic
  61. What rapper refers to the "red bottoms" of pricey Christian Louboutin shoes in her 2018 hit, "Bodak Yellow?"  Answer: Cardi B
  62. Peter Gabriel, Phil Collins, and Ray Wilson have all served as lead singer of what British rock band?  Answer: Genesis
  63. What rapper made history when his 2016 mixtape "Coloring Book" became the first album available only on music streaming services to win a Grammy Award?  Answer: Chance the Rapper
  64. What Christmas song released in 1994 finally hit No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 2019, setting a record for the longest time between a song's release and its arrival at the top of the chart?  Answer: "All I Want for Christmas is You" (Mariah Carey)
  65. A pink "cone bra" bustier designed by Jean-Paul Gaultier was an iconic costume worn by Madonna on what 1990 tour?  Answer: Blond Ambition
  66. Singer Bobby Helms and guitarist Hank Garland claimed until their deaths that they, not credited writers Joseph Beal and James Boothe, wrote their hit 1957 Christmas song. What is the song?  Answer: "Jingle Bell Rock"
  67. In 2021, Olivia Rodrigo broke Spotify's record for most streams in a week with what single named for an official government-issued object?  Answer: Driver's License
  68. Born in Cincinnati, brothers Nick and Drew Lachey were half of the lineup of what "hot" boy band?  Answer: 98 Degrees
  69. His album "AstroWorld" is a helpful hint that rapper Travis Scott calls what major American city home?  Answer: Houston
  70. In November 2020, the Korean boy-band BTS became the first K-pop band ever to receive a Grammy nomination, for what "explosive" song that became a #1 hit in the U.S.?  Answer: Dynamite
  71. Home to luxury shopping, a handbag museum, and the Trade Tower skyscraper, what upscale district in Seoul was made famous worldwide in a 2012 song by PSY?  Answer: Gangnam
  72. What sweet dessert is also the name of the Sacramento-based rock band fronted by lead singer John McCrea?  Answer: Cake
  73. Known for tunes like "U Got It Bad" and "Yeah!," what R&B artist also came out with a Mastercard debit card named after him in 2004?  Answer: Usher
  74. The Weeknd plays a lonely dude navigating a deserted Las Vegas in the video for what song that was Billboard's No. 1 hit in 2020?  Answer: Blinding Lights
  75. The BTS member with the shortest stage name uses what single letter that served as the name of the titular anarchist in a 2005 Natalie Portman film?  Answer: V
  76. The Beatles' "Norwegian Wood" was the first Western rock track to feature what instrument that takes "Three lifetimes to master"?  Answer: Sitar
  77. Carly Rae Jepsen's smash hit single "Call Me Maybe" rested snugly at number one on Billboard Top 100 for nine weeks, launching her into the zeitgeist. Released four years later, what is the name of her critically-acclaimed 2015 record?  Answer: Emotion
  78. The sister of what iconic pop singer starred on the Nickelodeon series "Zoey 101?"  Answer: Britney Spears
  79. Also the name of a former Mitsubishi SUV model, what Lil Nas X song, with "(Call Me By Your Name)" in parentheses, hit number one on the Billboard Hot 100 in April 2021?  Answer: Montero
  80. Which "dangerous" Beatles album features the famous tune "Eleanor Rigby?"  Answer: Revolver
  81. Jethro Tull released a 1971 album titled after what song, arguably their most famous tune, also the name of a device invented in France in 1942-1943?  Answer: Aqualung
  82. Danny Aiello, Keith Carradine, and Debi Mazaar were all featured in famous music videos by what musician?  Answer: Madonna
  83. The 1975 song "Philadelphia Freedom," which was named after a tennis team coached by Billie Jean King, was famously recorded by what singer who is decidedly not from Philadelphia?  Answer: Elton John
  84. What album, the debut for Olivia Rodrigo released in 2021, contains such songs as “Brutal”, “Deja Vu”, and “Drivers License?” Despite its one-word name, there are no songs about grapefruit or SweeTARTS.  Answer: Sour
  85. What Pharrell Williams song was released on his 2014 album “Girl”, and was heavily featured on the soundtrack for “Despicable Me 2?” As the song instructs, because he’s ______, you should clap along if you feel like a room without a roof.  Answer: Happy
  86. Born and raised in North Carolina, what singer was the fourth place contestant on the fifth season of American Idol? After the show, he launched an eponymous band that released the fastest selling debut rock album in the history of the "Nielsen SoundScan" chart-tracking process.  Answer: Chris Daughtry
  87. English singer Robin Scott had his greatest success performing as what letter of the alphabet, as which he released the song “Pop Muzik” in 1979?  Answer: M
  88. In May 2021, a New Zealander pop star announced her first album in four years named "Solar Power" and shortly thereafter released the titular first single from the same album. Who is this mononym singer?  Answer: Lorde
  89. What 1982 Toto song, whose title is a continent, experienced a resurgence in popularity in 2018 when Weezer covered the song?  Answer: Africa
  90. Also known as SNSD, what South Korean female group formed in 2007, currently with eight members, has had international success with songs such “Gee?” They have a message of positivity and female empowerment.  Answer: Girls' Generation
  91. What Cuban pop sensation, who first rose to prominence as part of the girl group Fifth Harmony from “The X Factor” TV show, has produced such recent hits as “Don’t Go Yet”, “Senorita”, and “Havana?”  Answer: Camila Cabello
  92. Kris Wu was a member of what three letter K-Pop band and it’s spin-off, ______-M, until leaving in 2014 to pursue an acting career? Its name is also a scientific prefix used for something that happens outside a system, the opposite of “-endo.”  Answer: Exo
  93. Cincinnati is the hometown of what “brotherly” R&B act, that had a series of hits from the 1950s to the 1970s, such as “That Lady” and the original version of “Twist And Shout?”  Answer: Isley Brothers
  94. BTS is having a smash hit with a song about what household item, which they claim to be as smooth as, “like a criminal undercover?” “I can’t believe it’s not” an even bigger hit.  Answer: Butter
  95. It's like it happened all over again: Beyoncé and Olivia Rodrigo had Billboard Hot 100 top ten hits in 2006 and 2021 that share what eerily familiar title?  Answer: Déjà Vu?
  96. There's a close-up of a bust of Napoleon Bonaparte at the beginning of the ABBA video for what song whose title namedrops a battle won by the namesake of New Zealand's capital?  Answer: Waterloo
  97. 2001's "Hit 'Em Up Style (Oops!)" was the debut single for what colorfully named R&B singer-songwriter?  Answer: Blu Cantrell
  98. "Who killing them in the UK? Everybody gonna say 'You, K!'" raps Kanye West in a featured appearance of what 2008 song by London-born rapper Estelle?  Answer: American Boy
  99. Who is the 'Shallow' singer who won received a Golden Globe nod for Best Actress in 2018 on top of their musical accolades?  Answer: Lady Gaga
  100. Which musical group became famous with the 1985 hit song "Take On Me?" (Hint: You might say this when you think of the answer.)  Answer: A-ha
  101. Including “Baby Don’t Forget My Number”, what German and French R&B duo created three No. 1 Billboard in the 1980s before their lip-synching scandals led to their downfall?  Answer: Milli Vanilli
  102. Formed in 2005, Nick, Joe, and Kevin form what family pop rock band that rose to popularity on the Disney Channel? Their songs include “X”, “Leave Before You Love Me”, and “Sucker.”  Answer: Jonas Brothers
  103. What 2013 Miley Cyrus song claims she came in like the titular construction item, and swings on the same item in the music video?  Answer: Wrecking Ball
  104. Named after a 1950 blues song by Muddy Waters and a 1965 Bob Dylan hit, what magazine's list of “The 100 Greatest Artists of All Time” includes these top three selections: Elvis Presley, The Rolling Stones and The Beatles?  Answer: Rolling Stone
  105. In her 2005 music video “We Belong Together”, Mariah Carey wears the same Vera Wang wedding dress as she wore when she married what music producer in 1993?  Answer: Tommy Mottola
  106. Because she was disparagingly called a “cheerleader” by the former lead vocalist of the alternative rock band Hole, Gwen Stefani released “Hollaback Girl” as a diss track to what singer formerly married to Kirk Cobain?  Answer: Courtney Love
  107. Described by Entertainment Weekly as a “therapeutic banger,” what is the name of the 2020 dance-pop hit by Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande? We’re looking for a three word answer here.  Answer: Rain on me
  108. What girl group consisting of Jade Thirlwall, Perrie Edwards, and Leigh-Anne Pinnock, rose to prominence after winning the first British “X Factor” in 2011? Their two word name implies they are a small combination, and indeed only have 3 members (previously 4).  Answer: Little Mix
  109. On their 1964 “Christmas Album,” The Beach Boys sang a song about Santa Claus called “Little Saint ______.” Fill in the one word blank, a shorthand of another name Santa is known by.  Answer: Little Saint Nick
  110. What rapper and singer first rose to prominence after auditioning for the Glee Project in 2011, and later released the albums “Carnival” and “Miss You A Little?” His last name sounds like a climbing woody-stemmed grape plant.  Answer: Bryce Vine
  111. Sia Isobelle Furler, better known by the stage name "Sia", is famed for her split white and black hair, large bows, and songs such as "Chandelier" and "Cheap Thrills". What country is she from?  Answer: Australia
  112. “Little Oblivions” is a 2021 rock album by the female singer/songwriter Julien ______. Fill in the one word blank, her last name is the same word as a chef who cooks pastries.  Answer: Julien Baker
  113. In a 2021 hit song, Adele asks the listener to go “______ On Me.” Fill in the one work blank, a description of something achieved without great effort.  Answer: Easy On Me
  114. A 2021 Lil Nas X song, whose music video addresses the lawsuit Nike filed against his “Satan Shoes”, is about an “______ Baby.” Fill in the one word blank, an “I” word usually associated the economic strength of a particular business.  Answer: Industry Baby
  115. "Dirty Computer" is a 2018 album from what singer who also had a starring role in the 2016 film "Hidden Figures?"  Answer: Janelle Monae
  116. Hey, this isn't about optometry at all! "I just want you to know who I am" gets whined repeatedly at the end of "Iris," a '90s hit by what childish alt rock band?  Answer: Goo Goo Dolls
  117. Bizzy Bone, Wish Bone, Layzie Bone, Krayzie Bone, and Flesh-n-Bone are the sweetly singing members of what Cleveland hip hop group?  Answer: Bone Thugs-N-Harmony
  118. The late Pittsburgh rapper Mac Miller got namedropped by Ariana Grande in what break-up anthem that also gives gratitude to exes Pete Davidson and Big Sean?  Answer: thank u, next
  119. Kimbra already had a top five album in New Zealand when she teamed up with Gotye for what 2012 multi-national chart-topping single?  Answer: Somebody That I Used to Know
  120. What British pop singer/songwriter had a hit in 2007 with the song “Foundations”, and its album, “Made Of ______.” Fill in the one word blank, a “B” plural of a clay building block often used in foundations.  Answer: Made Of Bricks
  121. Winning her first for "Fearless" and her most recent for "folklore", which American pop singer is the only solo female artist to have won three Grammy Awards for Album of the Year?  Answer: Taylor Swift

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