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"King of YingPop" Huang Yao in concert, 4279.

Yingdalan Pop (Indralan: 瑩大磖流行音樂), more commonly known as YingPop is a genre of Indralan music made primarily in Kaizhou, Indrala which emerged in the 4270, and also used to refer to the cultural context of its production and consumption. While the term refers to all popular music within Indrala, it is more term is often used in a narrower sense to describe a modern form of Indralan pop music drawing inspiration on a range of styles and genres incorporated from the rest of the world such as  pop music, rock, experimental, hip hop, R&B, reggae, electronic dance and classical on top of its uniquely traditional Indralan music roots.

YingPop is particularly influenced by the comparable K-pop (Kyo-Pop) of Dankuk. The opportunities offered by the booming Jiaozhi economy and then the threat of the Taeyang Regime, led to the emigration of many film artists, performers, record producers and other artists working in Dankuk who had been involved in K-pop industry or studied with its practitioners. This is widely viewed as the main catalyst for the creation of YingPop, as the expertise of Dranian expats, as well as the lack of Gao-Showan media in Dovani following the introversion of Dankuk and Sekowo created optimal market conditions for the emerging Indralan entertainment industry.

YingPop has received significant support from the Indralan government, as it is viewed as a potential tool to exert soft-power in Dovani and around the world, as well as strengthen the national identity. The first YingPop entertainer to achieve mainstream popularity in Indrala was Huang Yao (more often referred to as Yao), as YingPop grew into a subculture that amassed enormous fandoms of teenagers and young adults.

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