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ear candy

Syllabification: ear can·dy

Definition of ear candy in English:

noun

Light popular music that is pleasant and entertaining but intellectually unchallenging: the album is mostly ear candy—upbeat melodies and catchy choruses that you can’t get out of your head
More example sentences
  • One of the better dance numbers on the album with some tricky mellow vibes and a synth riff that verges on ear candy - the track simply sizzles.
  • These songs are sweeping ear candy with to-die-for melodies and accomplished solos.
  • Van Dyk's sound represents the best of trance: equal parts groove testosterone and melodious ear candy.

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