in pop

in pop

obsolete Having been pawned; in hock. He found himself in such dire straits that even his beloved pocket watch, bequeathed to him by his late grandfather, was now in pop.
See also: pop

in pop

in pawn. British informal
See also: pop
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Pete is the most successful British producer-songwriter in pop history with more than 40 years' experience in the music industry.
In these circumstances, McGrory, who had been born in West Chester, Pennsylvania, decided to make the best use of his height and he appeared in pop music videos featuring such performers as Marilyn Manson and Iron Maiden.
How much does historical Pop (not just high New York Pop, but also British proto-Pop; not just the Warhol of the soup cans, but also of the films and the capacious art/life jugglings) tell us about the myriad ways artists work with, through, and even in pop culture today.
But in his field he had to establish himself as the exception; in pop music you're always between Act and Self.
TIM GRIFFIN: I think it may be safe to say that what has evolved most in pop culture is marketing.
Don't you think that to some extent in the art world (as Alison pointed out in her sharp read of Cattelan's HOLLYWOOD sign), as in pop culture, marketing of the artist-persona commodity is a huge part of the work's content, how it circulates, acquires value, etc.?