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Not to be confused with folk pop.

Pop-folk (Cyrillic: Поп-фолк) is an umbrella term for several music styles in the Balkans region of Southeastern Europe, characterized by the fusion of pop music, folk music and dance music or in other words the fusion of commercial folk music, the ethnic elements of each area and the "nightclub" music.

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