What Does Your Music Say About Your Personality

Everybody has their own personal taste in music, but what you listen to can actually say a lot about your personality. Here’s what we’ve learnt about what your taste in music says about you:

What Does Your Music Say About Your Personality


Fans of indie music are creative, but don’t like to work too hard. They are also found to have low levels of self-esteem.


Whereas blues fans are a little bit on the opposite side of the spectrum. They’re known to have high levels of self-esteem, but are also creative, yet are outgoing, gentle and always at ease.


These individuals are also found to have high levels of self-esteem and are creative and gentle as well.


Fans of reggae are similar to fans of opera, but are not hardworking, nor are they outgoing, calm or have a gentle personality.


Individuals that listen to jazz music are very creative, tend to be outgoing and are often at ease.


These fans are known for being both creative and outgoing. It’s not difficult to see in this sense when you see how elaborate some of the movies are.


Listeners of dance or EDM can be quite creative (have you seen some of the costumes that they’ve put together to wear to these raves?!) and outgoing, but don’t tend to be known as being gentle.


If you’re an avid listener to country or even western style music, then you’re probably a person who is both hardworking and outgoing.


If lyrics are more important to you then the background, then you’re probably someone who’s into rap. This means that you’re very outgoing and sociable, but also have quite a high self-esteem.

What Does Your Music Say About Your Personality

There’s a quick round up of the different personalities that can be involved with each type of music that you listen to. Were you able to identify with any of them yourself?


  1. Michelle Grace

    What about Pop music? I like a variety of these… but I guess I like dance music the most. And it’s true I’m pretty creative.

  2. Jasmine

    WHat’s with all these “what does your ______ say about ____?” stop trying to copy Buzzfeed

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