Renly is constantly balancing his sexuality with his position in the public eye — a duality that gives him a pretty strong inclination toward Prince and Michael Jackson. It’s said that Renly and the Knight of Flowers have been known to loop “Human Nature” for hours on end. I don’t blame them.
The Young Wolf took over his dad’s business as a matter of course and has done quite well for himself, but that doesn’t change the fact that his sensitive side conquers all. The armor doesn’t make the man. Love is his religion, not war. He’s a Bon Iver fan, through and through. Ask his nurse wife, she’ll be answering for the both of them soon enough.
Rebel without a cause Jaime Lannister, when you strip away his king-slaying title and his sister-fucking ways, is just a pretty bro with a rich dad. I went to college with a million of them. So… the obvious answer here is hip-hop. Not rap, be sure you note the distinction. Jaime Lannister is all about Digable Planets and Tribe and some other early ’90s hip-hop legends you’ve probably never heard of. That, or something insanely white like Dave Matthews Band. Dig it.
Catelyn Stark spends all day being strong for her family, so you know when she comes home she’s unwinding to some relaxing ass Enya or Sting (solo Sting, not Police-Sting). One day she’ll discover Sade and Moby and she’ll never look back.
Initially, I figured the only song on Stannis’ iPod would be “Du Hast” by Rammstein, but I think he’s more complex than that. Stannis probably listens to the entire CKY catalog. Or like, the soundtrack to Tony Hawk Pro-Skater 3. Hm… No. Maybe just Rammstein.
Arya is living a really alt lifestyle right now. Haircut aside, she’s hanging with boys who like girls to be boys. It’s a really confusing time. Blur (obvious), Tegan and Sara, and Alanis Morissette for the angsty days. You’re too good for this world, Arya.
Viserys, like Theon Greyjoy, views himself a disenfranchised white person and thus, listens to music that reflects his “non-status” in the world: Insane Clown Posse. He secretly listens Prodigy, but they’re not offensive enough for him to stand behind. “Firestarter” does bring the inner dragon out of him, though. I’ve seen it.
We all know Sansa Stark’s basic bitch self keeps Katy Perry in business — though deep inside, she longs for the long-forgotten days of early Britney and Christina, when lying about your virginity was a virtue, when sex was sold in a much more modest package.