Definition of popster in English:

popster

Line breaks: pop|ster
Pronunciation: /ˈpɒpstə
 
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noun

informal
A pop musician.
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  • There was the icy refusal to be claimed by folkies, protesters, rockers, popsters or, indeed, anybody.
  • Too hard for popsters, too twisted for arena-rock headbangers and too subversive for all but the most open-minded listeners, they dealt with taboo subjects with a bizarre wit and hard-rocking drive.
  • Now we like a decent ballad as much as the next popster, but it seems like these songs have been around in one form or another over the last couple of albums.

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