What do Nicki Minaj, Example and Professor Green have in common?
You expect they'd sooner appear on Top of The Pops than at T in the Park, right? Well, not this year. It's easy to observe that the 2012 bill is significantly more pop-orientated than it used to be, boasting reality TV contestants (Cher Lloyd, Olly Murs), boybands (The Wanted, McFly) and a plethora of urban chart stars (Dappy, Tinie Tempah, Labrinth). This is a far cry from T in the Park's early line-ups, which favoured indie and alternative rock music.
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