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  1. Review

    Hey girlies, today I was watching Beyoncé's performance at the VMA's (2016) and I think understood what Beyoncé was trying to say with Lemonade so get a cup of whatever you want and some snacks because this is going to be a long ride. While I also believed the rumours of Lemonade being about her relationship with Jay-Z, now I believe it's about black women and the black community. Of course not every single black woman on earth has been cheated on, but Beyoncé is not focusing Lemonade on the "what" but on the "why". Keep in mind that in this review I'll say Beyoncé a lot, but I'm not always refering to her as herself, but as the character she's channeling. (Please open the spoilers. It contains stuff that is important to understand completely this review and that was hidden just so that this post didn't look as cluttered) I think we all can understand the meaning behind Pray You Catch Me, but in case you don't get it, this song is about blind faith. Beyoncé is telling the story of a woman who knows her partner is cheating, but she still has faith that it might not be true (You know this when she ends the song with "What are you doing my love?". She knows what he's doing, she just doesn't want to believe it). Hold Up and Don't Hurt Yourself are about how media portrays black women. They're portrayed as loud (which in white would be considered passionate), often slighted by their partners yet still devoted to them, and kinda crazy. Since you can pretty much tell how Beyoncé is referencing to this by listening to the songs or watching the videos, I don't think I need to talk more about this. Sorry and 6 INCH are really linked. Both are songs about black women being independent and needing no man. Following the storyline, Beyoncé's partner is calling her and sweet talking so that maybe they can be back together but Beyoncé ain't here for that. Beyoncé and her baby will be alright, because she's making her own money working while also dealing with everything surrounding her personal life. When Beyoncé says "call Becky with the good hair" as you all know, she's talking about a white woman. But this phrase has more to it than "call her to hookup". Beyoncé is showing how often men in general, and black men in particular, insult black women saying they would not date them, but would prefer to only use them for sex (LINK). Daddy Lessons is the opposite thing. Beyoncé is juxtaposing how black men can treat black women poorly, but also will protect their daughters and mothers from other men. Love Drought shows how important is the unity between black men and black women, but also how teaching black men to not express their emotions is something that creates a problem since they can be really stubborn and lack empathy with others and themselves. Let's look at some lyrics: Sandcastles and Forward are about this couple being honest and forgiving not only eachother, but also themselves. Let's see the lyrics of Forward and you'll get what I'm saying: Freedom is the representation of the fight referenced in Forward. The black community is fighting for real freedom, and this time women will be there too in the front lines. Beyoncé's sending a message of unity and collaboration to fight for their rights as a community and individuals. It's really important the fact that Kendrick collabs in this song, since he's always been pretty vocal about the issues surrounding the black community. All Night is the song to the story Beyoncé has been telling in this album. It pretty much summarizes everything and you can clearly see it with the lyrics: Formation represents Beyonce's relationship with media & tabloids. She's black and proud, successful and they won't stop her. Media has been bashing not only her, but also her family, saying that Jay is too ugly for her (mostly because of his black features) or that Blue Ivy's hair is nappy and that she should comb it. Beyoncé fights this racism with more exposure of black people being proud of their features and who they are. And that's LEMONADE for Naomi Campbell. Thanks for reading this hunties. NOTE: I'll be reviewing her VMA's performance soon, since I think it has a hidden message that most people didn't get.
  2. Performance

    8:02 - 8:30 that has always been my favorite madonna choreography part agree? you obviously do, why am i even asking those 2 whip sounds >>>>>>> fucking careers
  3. 1. 2. 3. 4. The first option to collect 10 votes wins and becomes the new Britney badge.
  4. Both songs have the same title, but which one is the better song? Discuss.
  5. Billboard posted the top 10 albums and singles of 2016(i reviewed it) on Friday. How'd Your fave do?
  6. Katy, Lana, Kesha or Ari?
  7. Troy and Gabriella are really shining on this song tbh still tears me up 10 years later
  8. Her last 4 songs all missed the top 10 on the Hot 100 lbr she will continue this flop streak with her next single
  9. I'm a fan of Nicole Scherzinger but I must say that sometimes I feel like there's something missing in her. She has the body, the dancing skills, the singing skills and several BOPS, plus she was part of one iconic girl group, but she's still struggling to make it. Some of her songs are: What do you guys feel that she lacks? What does she need? Is it her team's fault? Discuss ladies and gentlemen.
  10. These title are thrown like frisbees on this forum,so truthfully:Is your fave an influential legend?Are the a trend-setting icon?Or are they just a flop? Once again,be truthful
  11. Beyoncé has her Daddy's Lessons, Rihanna has her FourFiveSeconds, and Lady Gaga has her album Joanne. But which was more successful? lets way in fotp..
  12. So i was looking in a article about Brandy and i was really intrigued when i saw they called her"the vocal bible". Now that makes no sense first of all as the Bible is a sacred book in which, according to religion, is a book that shows how you must live life.So a vocal bible would be a influential voice that has taught people how to sing and such. So that means voices like Aretha Franklin,Mariah Carey and Whitney Houston, just to name a few. Then, i re-watched a video of Legend's panel, a parody on Youtube, where Beyonce was "chopped", meaning not giving legendary status,but Monica, Brandy and Usher were. Why? For being impactful ,have influence on younger generation, being in the game for 20 years and such. Seeing Beyonce, she fits all the categories. She is the most influential artist since the hype of Michael Jackson She has lots of success and is a global icon since her debut with Destiny's Child She has had a huge impact over music She is offically in the game for 20 years Truthfully, Beyonce has more impact,more influence, more success,more recognition,more talent than any of those three.The only one that comes close is Usher tbh. So what do yall think? Is Beyonce legendary?
  13. I was surfing lazily through the replies in one of my controversial threads,and i saw two people arguing over the album sales of Adele and Taylor Swift. So i decided to make a thread on who is better. Taylor Swift-170 million records,4th best-selling female artist Adele-100 million records Awards:Taylor Worldwide Success:Adele US Success:Tie Critical Success:Tie Chart Performance(Hot 100):Taylor Chart Performance(Billboard 200):Adele Chart Peformance(other charts):Taylor Thoughts?(this is for you @Taylor)
  14. Discussion

    Both albums have been out for a year now(1989's second) and now we can fairly compare them.Who slays better in chart performance,singles success,sales(U.S and worldwide)certifications,critical success etc? Opinions please. And, to keep things fair, if your going to choose, make sure you have evidence of what albums is better based on the questions ive asked.
  15. All are defining artists of the 2010s, they have paid their dues to pop music and have had successful careers. But who's is bigger? Spill the tea gorls Leave your delusion where it belongs, in the TRASH
  16. Which albums are the most overrated of the decade, in your opinion ? In my opinion : 25, 1989, Views & Beyoncé's self titled.
  17. Both era's have slayed. both have dominated the charts and made history. Which one is more important, more successful. my second Taylor vs Adele thread
  18. Discussion

    From, the two albums, i thinkthe both slay on different matters of the game. ANTI, like all of Riri's work, was successful commercially, and due to the huge singles released. from it. ANTI has spent over(or nearly) 30 weeks in the top ten(by the way, a feat beyonce has yet to meet) on the BB200 and spawned three top 20 hits on the Hot 100. On the other hand,Beyonce debuted with the largest 2016 debut for a female with Lemonade, and the albums spent about 15 weeks in the top 10, a large feat as it had no singles to really push it. Yet,Lemonade earned 9 Grammy nominations,topped many of this years year-end list, and was the most critically praised album of 2016. So, with just a few facts, which album slayed better this year?
  19. Good eveningAs you all know, Camila Cabello has hit #1 on iTunes with her hit smash, Bad Things ft. Machine Gun Kelly!It might have come as a surprise to some of you, but for most, this isn't a shocker. Camila was designed to smash. As for the people that are fuming, I believe Miss Normani Kordei is one of those people. She tries really hard not to show her saltiness towards Camila, almost as hard as when she tries to sing, but it's obvious to everyone. The poor girl just can't win(or sing). Is Normani fuming at Bad Things? Is she beating Dinah nightly everytime she sees the song on top of iTunes when looking for TMG? I can only imagine the tantrums she has whenever Bad Things comes on the radio(it's in heavy rotation judging from its recent, huge updates). She's sitting in her car, desperately PRAYING for Thats My Girl to come on, alas, it doesn't. But then she hears something that SHAKES her core: "New music now, on 102.7 KIIS FM. Machine Gun Kelly and Camila Cabello - Bad Things". She FREAKS out and changes the station IMMEDIATELY and screams at Ally(who's in the car also) about how Camila is a snake or whatever she calls her. She then punches Ally. Thoughts?