The debate on musical genres is probably so intense on youtube because mostly everybody wants their genre to be heard. They think their way is the best way. Especially those that are creating the music, producing it and/or selling it. Personally, I enjoy all types of music and really don't see why we all can't get along, but, then, debate is fun. And, if we all got along, we wouldn't debate, would we?
It is because people cannot see that all music is actually the same. Here is an example http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jHx4vcySwAk
I think people like to have debate about what genre's better because it's always interesting to debate. I also think some people like to try and prove that their musical taste is superior. It's like politics, people want validation in their beliefs, tastes, values, etc to seem relevant and/or important.
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