Music Trivia Questions
“I'm in love with the shape of you
We push and pull like a magnet do
Although my heart is falling too
I'm in love with your body”
Now, who hasn't swayed to the beat of this popular music?
Whether you're a hip-hop fan, a metalhead, an EDM freak, or a classic lover, music connects, rejuvenates, and cheers us in ways nothing else can. Do you have a song that makes you want to travel back in time and relive certain memories? I'm sure I have hundreds of them!
When it comes to quizzes, music is everyone’s favourite.
After a tiring general knowledge quiz, or quiz on a series, about which you had no clue, there comes a round of music trivia that is looked forward to by all.
We've compiled a list of the best music trivia questions and answers that can be used to not only challenge your peers but also to inspire you to try some new playlists.
Also, the quiz is designed in such a way that it will keep you engaged until the very end.
This trivia has been divided into easy, medium, and hard levels to accommodate players of all skill levels.
These questions are sure to put your knowledge of various genres, albums, artists, and more to the test. It is not only about the music and lyrics, but also about the artists, from their personal to professional lives. Do you know them well too?
Now it's time to find out who the real music whizz is!
You need to decide if the answers to the questions are 'YES' or 'NO'. To see your score, scroll to the bottom for the answers and trivia for each question.
Try this Music Quiz
Questions Difficulty: Easy
- Justin Bieber has a tattoo of Jesus on his calf.
- Miley Cyrus is the daughter of Billy Ray Cyrus.
- Beyoncé was a part of Destiny's Child.
- Justin Timberlake used to be a member of the Big Time Rush.
- The song Hey There Delilah was by Shawn Mendes.
- Michael Jackson plays a Zombie in the music video of Beat It.
- The song Gangnam Style comes from Japan.
- Call Me Maybe is a song by Rihanna.
- The music video for Flo Rida's Wild Ones shows him partying in London.
- In Far East Movement's single Like a G6, G6 refers to a gun.
Questions Difficulty: Medium
- Jennifer Lopez used to be a dancer on a comedy show.
- Guns N' Roses' debut album was Chinese Democracy.
- Lars Ulrich and James Hetfield founded Nine Inch Nails.
- Mick Jagger took ballet lessons.
- The Chainsmokers' track Closer was inspired by a Blink-182 song.
- Bob Dylan is a Nobel Prize winner.
- The Grateful Dead fans are referred to as Zombies.
- Green Day appeared in The Simpsons Movie (2007).
- John Lennon performed a James Bond theme song.
- Justin Timberlake wrote the song Can't Stop The Feeling for the movie Zootopia.
Questions Difficulty: Hard
- Ozzy Osbourne once bit a dove's head off.
- Ed Sheeran was declared the Baron of an independent state in 2012.
- The British city Liverpool dedicated a street name to each of the Beatles.
- Halsey's real name is Haley.
- Taylor Swift originally wrote Love Story for her high school talent show.
- A record executive gave the Spice Girls their nicknames.
- Taylor Swift was the first female artist to replace herself at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100.
- Elton John's real name is Reginald Kenneth Dwight.
- Eminem was sued by his own mother.
- Country singer Johnny Cash was called The Man In Black.
Answers for the Music Trivia Questions
Question Difficulty: Easy
- Yes. He also did the same with a bat.
- Yes. He was declared Baron of Sealand.
- Yes. Paul McCartney Way, John Lennon Drive, George Harrison Close and Ringo Starr Drive!
- N0. It is Ashley.
- N0. She wrote Our Song for the talent show.
- N0. He was the editor of a teen bop magazine.
- Yes. Her song Shake It Off was replaced by Blank Space.
- Yes. He thought Elton John would make a better stage name.
- Yes. She filed an $11 million defamation suit against him.
- Yes. He always wore black clothes and wrote a song to explain why.
Question Difficulty: Medium
- Yes. It was her big break into show business.
- No. It was Appetite for Destruction.
- No. They founded Metallica.
- Yes. Quite unexpected for the Rolling Stones' bad boy!
- Yes. They actually gave Blink-182 a shoutout in the song.
- Yes. He won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 2016.
- No. They are called Deadheads.
- Yes. They drowned in the movie.
- No. It was Paul McCartney who wrote Live and Let Die.
- No. It was for Trolls.
Question Difficulty: Hard
So, how did you find the music trivia questions?
If you only answered 1-15 questions correctly, don't worry; you've made it into the league, but you'll need to brush up on your knowledge about music. Return to try these quizzes and show your colleagues that you, too, are a music maestro.
Did you score 16-30 questions correctly? You have stated that you are a true music fanatic by answering so many trivia questions correctly.
You clearly spend a significant portion of your day on Spotify, and you are well-versed not only in the lyrics of the song but also in the singer's entire career.