Published Jan 17, 2007The University of Leicester has completed a study discovering hip-hop fans in Britain get it on more than country music fans. Psychologist Adrian North polled 2,500 Britons and determined how music related to their lifestyles, making a correlation between the behaviours of people based on their musical tastes. The results proved that 38 percent of hip-hop fans and 29 percent of dance music fans had sexual relations with more than one person in the last five years. By comparison, a measly 1.5 percent of country music fans admitted to such behaviour. In addition, the survey revealed more than 50 percent of hip-hop and dance music fans admitted to committing a criminal act, a quarter of classical fans have used cannabis and 12 percent of opera fans enjoy magic mushrooms from time to time.