bro-country noun a sub-genre of country music sung by young white men, featuring songs with macho themes such as trucks, drinking, and partying
[A] celebration of […] life that features trucks, beer and scantily clad women as the must-have accessories. The young country duo Maddie & Tae aren’t fans of the third element in the ‘bro-country’ trinity.
[NPR: All Things Considered (news, politics and culture) 25 July 2014]
filk noun a genre of folk music that is inspired by science fiction
Nowt so queer as filk – world sci-fi festival beams into London
[The Guardian (UK broadsheet) 16 August 2014]
raptivist noun informal a rap artist who uses lyrics to try to create political change
The commercial success of ‘conscious’ rap artists along with the laziness of mainstream media helped to spawn the raptivist.
[http://www.funk-the-system.net/ 15 October 2014]
Raptivist Tef Poe helps fuel Ferguson protests.
[http://www.stlamerican.com/ (headline) 04 October 2014]