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  1. Hey guys I have no idea how to say any of this but a few days ago i had a drug overdose (i can't remember what the pills are called though but please keep reading) and had a really bad seizure and ended up with a swollen black eye (which i can't explain how I got it so nobody even knows how it happened not even me) and ended up in the hospital and just stayed there for 3 days. It was the most miserable 3 days in the hospital of my life (then again who would enjoy doctors pinching all over your arms with needles and dealing with an IV that ended up giving you a huge ass bruise? and nurses waking you up in the middle of the night just to take your blood pressure? someone not human that's who). Ok let's back up the beginning of february where i was sitting in my Psychiatrists office. He prescribed me with pills that has 300 doses (which I was suppose to have) but i felt that wasn't enough so I asked him if he could give me bigger doses but he warned me that it wasn't very therapeutic to prescribe bigger doses than the ones already prescribed to me. But i urged him to because all i wanted was to have a better way to focus so he prescribed me with pills that have 450 doses (which yes its too much) he told me how unwise it is for me to take this much doses but i was so naiive i didn't bother to listen all i wanted was to be more attentive so i risked it anyway. Two weeks later i was sitting in my classroom just listening to my teacher telling some story but unfortunately that's all i remembered doing because the next minute i started waking up (appearently i found out i fainted not to mention my uncontrollable body shaking) confused and nauseous and i was taken to West Palm hospital to find out why that happened and the doctors said that happened because of stress and lack of eating (because remember we didnt think it was the pills that was doing this so we still had no idea) so when i came home i tried eating more and tried to lessen my stress level and to be honest i thought i was doing a good job. Until two weeks later i was in my room just looking at my dog because i just love how fat and fluffy she looked and then 20 minutes later i woke up on the floor with my left eye barely even opening and just hurting super badly and then i started feeling nauseous and i wanted to vomit in my bathroom but i couldn't move or get up so i ended up vomiting on the floor and then when i finally got the strength to get up to go to my bathroom, i heard the bathroom light on (but i never checked if it was locked or not mainly because i was in the state of not being able to think straight) so i thought someone was in there and instead just ran to my mom's bathroom and she asked me what happened (but i couldnt tell her because i wasn't even speaking direct english like nothing i was saying made sense) and then i just vomitted in her toilet, i couldn't carry my own weight so i held the sides of the toilet bowl with my hands (again i wasnt thinking so it didn't cross my mind that it was a gross thing to do)  and then i started to wipe my saliva off my face with my hand (again i didn't know i was doing it) and my mom just told me to wash my hands and i did and when i looked up at the mirror i wanted to know what it is i was feeling on my right eye and when i removed my hair to see it my mom gasped and just yelled out to my dad to call 911. I was so confused as to why she would call 911 (i wasn't thinking it was a big deal) so they did and repeatedly my mom asked me "who am i?" "who am i?" and i kept telling her "my mom" "my mom". Then the ambulence came and they took me to St.Mary's hospital and i had to stay there for 3 miserable days. I hated the food, i hated getting shots, i hated the IV the ambulence guy did to me because thanks to him i have a big bruise on my right arm and i complained about it to the nurses so they had to fix it but she screwed up three fucken times and so then this male doctor came and it only took him one time so it kind of helped ease the pain a little. Still hated it though. Anyways all day i was in bed but i had visitors (my mom stayed the whole time) my dad came everyday to see me, my uncle came to see me and my boyfriend came to see me too. I remembered crying that second day i was there and my uncle, dad, and even my boyfriend just comforted me telling me everything will be ok even when i didn't feel it was going to be. I was so miserable i hated pain, sometimes i think of death as an alternative because everyone knows that once you're dead you won't be able to feel pain anymore. But i knew i had to pull through so i did no matter how much pain i was feeling physically and emotionally or how weak i could even walk or pick up my own weight i knew i was stronger than that i don't just fall down easily unless someone pushes me. I never knew when to stop at things until i know i can overcome it and when i want to achieve something i never stop until i do and my achievement for that case was i pray to God that i would be healthy enough and that my results from the MRI would be good enough for me to get the hell out of that hospital. I was lucky i got out before noon the next day ( i was SUPPOSE to get out the night before but they didnt tell the nurse the results from my MRI in time) and i couldn't be happier. Unfortunately the effects are still in my system: forgetfulness, constant drowsiness, mood changes..i can't remember the rest im so sorry guys if i had the list i would've kept going. Anyways, this is my second day being out of the hospital and ever since that day happened my mom would never leave me alone (which is good) she would check up on me every so often and would never leave me alone at home because she's scared that it might happen again if she's not around. I hope it never happens again and asides from that whole fright train overdosed fiasco, what really hurt me was watching my mom's heart break infront of me. I'm sure no mom appreciates watching their kid suffer from having seizures all because of having an overdose that they didn't know it was what really caused it. I still feel it was my fault that this happened to me. If I have never urged my Pyschiatrist to give me a bigger dose, none of this would ever happened, i would still be well without a black eye, without seizures, oh and did i mention i can't drive for 6 months because of fear that i might have a seizure if while im driving? (yeah i know it sucks..great now my parents have to drive me places like im someone without a liscence). Well, im still suffering from the effects but at least i don't have to go to school until my black eye disappears so i guess i can sleep longer in the mornings. Thanks for reading my blog guys...please keep reading because i enjoy writing to you. Before i forget..the stuff i said about Kesha and Dr.Luke, i didn't mean to imply that Kesha was a fact i wished i would take back that whole entry im so sorry guys if you took it to offense that i made you think im against her, im really not im all about #FreeKesha also i want to wish her a happy bday! i already posted a happy birthday wish on twitter (i wish i can do the same on instagram but something went wrong so i can't really post anything or comment on anything on instagram) anyways thanks for reading i'll definately see you next time i start blogging..bye i love you all :D 



    hello. i started this awhile ago but i was extremely irrelevant and no one knew who i was. now a couple more people know me so this can get more than 20 views.


    i have been a huge gaga fan for awhile, but i haven't gotten into her full albums until now. i wanted to start from the beginning since I expect to review all of them sometime and that also means the fame monster because it is a godly bible from heaven. but that starts us with gaga's debut album, "the fame". im going to go back through the album and throw my two cents in, if anyone cares.


    let's begin!


    just dance - 8/10 - a cute bop, not anything special, nothing really i just play out of fun now, but isn't a bad song at all.


    lovegame - 10/10 - okay this is an iconic song, the lyrics, the beat, and when she screams "a love game" at the end of the bridge my poor wig cant handle it. timeless bop.


    paparazzi - 10/10 - ive loved this song for so long, a timeless bop. the production is just amazing and i love everything about it. flawless.


    poker face - 9/10 - the intro is so iconic, but a lot like just dance but i like the song overall a lot more. the production takes my wig every damn time.


    eh, eh - 9/10 - ok this might be unpopular but this song is so cute and i love it. it has a cute bop, and its nothing crazy but its just what i need. the lyrics are nothing special and its not single material, but shes so cute. nothing else i can say.


    beautiful, dirty, rich - 7.5/10 ok this was a good single choice, but i never saw it smashing tbh. the chorus is good, and the verses are kind of eh eh nothing else i can say but its still a cute song. bang bang.


    the fame - 8.5/10 - ok so this is the title track, the first track that is an actual album track. i like this start but what is this crackling noice? i love this chorus though a bop! i took half point off for that bad white noise/ crackling noise. fuck this BRIDGE. i love it. all around the track is cute, but 'lil forgettable, definitely a hidden jewel on the album though.


    money honey - 10/10 - ok since listening through the album for the first time, this has been one of my faves. its so boppable and infectious. a highlight. i will bop to this track for a while def, a new fave.


    starstruck - 9/10 - ok this is another track that is a BOP. i don't care for flo rida or space cowboy (wtf) but the track is another bop. the chorus is simple and not that over-produced bop, reminds me a lot of eh eh, but i like the track a lot. im taking a point off for flo rida's dumb ass, he can rot. choices gaga.


    boys boys boys - 8.5/10 - another BOP i love when artists put all their good songs in row, makes my ears love listening to the album a lot more. i like it a lot (lot). the chorus is once again a cute bop. the lyrics aren't anything special but i dont think that's what gaga went for on this album. 




    brown eyes - 6/10 - a filler song. a cute one though, just not memorable at all. her voice is so cute though. the beat also sounds a little off-key or something. if she wanted a slower song i would've just wanted a cute piano and a little production, not these electric guitar chords around the song.


    i like it rough - 7/10 - did she start with the track with "yolo"? a point is taken off already. the song is forgettable, just another bop, but a filler one. it's really nothing special, but i like the track, just something i wouldn't run back to. this bridge, a point give back.


    summerboy - 8/10 - okay maybe the most rock influenced track? this guitar riff is cute. "just get in my bed" nnnn you don't beat around the bush gags. the chorus is really cute. i like this track just because it's something she hasn't done it. its just a fun track, wasn't gonna be a single, but a cute song. ok tbh why is gaga the queen of bridges, half of them have saved the tracks. a good closer though.




    overall: 120.5/140 or 86%


    ok so tbh this album is filled with bops, and a few fillers but overall a good debut. not an out-of-this-world type album, but it does have it's highs and lows. lyrically overall, this album isn't strong but being so new she probably wasn't allowed that much freedom. if you're a fan of gaga i'd recommend, a cute pop album. still dk why flo rida was there dafuq gaga.

  3. Entea's Top 40: February 26, 2017

    New on the scene, British singer Jack Vallier debuts at #1 with 49 plays, beating tropical house DJ Kygo's new single "It Ain't Me" by 35 plays. Also debuting in the top 10 are; Enrique Iglesias' new reggaeton pop single "Subeme La Radio" at #3, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows -- Part 1 soundtrack "O Children" by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds at #4, K-pop boy band BTS with their song "Not Today" at #5 and The Chainsmokers/Coldplay's new single "Something Just Like This" at #9. Zedd's "Stay" just misses out of the top 10 as it debuts at #16 on my chart.

    E-Dubble acheieves new peaks this week with "What I Do" at #8 and "Robot's Can't Drink" at #10 and also peaking is Maduk's "Ghost Assassin" climbing to #7. The highest climber this week goes to Luis Fonsi's single "Despacito" which climbs 23 places to #13. Despite Simon Curtis dominating last and this week with multiple songs entering the charts, most fall down the chart with ""Superhero" achieving the highest faller this week dropping a huge 32 places to #39. Feel free to follow me on


  4. Dangerous Woman


    Omg this album is just so amazing cry9 my top 3 of 2016 tbh cry9 she could manage this era so well too, it's just a masterpiece cry9 grammy worthy cry9 

    Favorite Tracks:

    2.Thinking Bout You

    Special Mention to:

    *Into You
    *Dangerous Woman

    I can't believe i slept over Moonlight and Greedy so much time omg they are so fucking good and nice single material (actually i doubt that they will be released at some point but who knows) Sometimes, Thinking Bout You and Everyday have been my favorite songs of the record since the album was released, i've never stopped loving these songs, and i'm glad that at least one of them (Everyday) could make it as single (Sometimes or TBY would've been better jj2 ) Into You is a fucking bop and Dangerous Woman was a good lead, tho another song would've been better

    Less Favorite Tracks:

    1.Step On Up
    2.Jason's song
    3.Leave Me Lonely

    I don't even bother to listen these songs, they are bored, well sometimes just sometimes i bop at Step On Up but i'm glad it's just a bonus track after all jj2 

    Favorite Videos:

    1.Into You
    2.Dangerous Woman
    3.Side to Side
    4.Let Me Love You

    I know focus isn't part of the album at all (well it's a japanese bonus track) but i rank it anyway, i have to make clear that i like more the Dangerous Woman A Capella video than the oficial video, but it's still nice

    My singles choices would be like:

    1.Into You
    2.Dangerous Woman
    4.Knew Better/Forever Boy
    5.Side to Side
    7.Sometimes/Thinking Bout You Double Single

    I think that Into You as lead single would have been better recieved by the public more than Dangerous Woman was, but after the hype, Dangerous Woman would have been a good single choice, Moonlight maybe just a promo single because it's not that commercial  but a good video would make it nice, Knew Better/Forever Boy is a bop!! slay mama, Side to Side returned her the hype because it's a fucking bop and that song was everywhere, Everyday because yes jj2 and Sometimes/Thinking Bout You double single/video to end the era cry9 

    Moonlight 9/10
    Dangerous Woman 8/10
    Be Alright 6/10
    Into You 9/10
    Side to Side 7/10
    Let Me Love You 6/10
    Greedy 10/10
    Leave Me Lonely 5/10
    Everyday 10/10
    Sometimes 10/10
    I Don't Care 6/10
    Bad Decisions 8/10
    Touch It 7/10
    Knew Better/Forever Boy 8/10
    Thinking Bout You 10/10
    Step On Up 6/10
    Jason's Song 4/10
    Focus 8/10

  5. This ranking is definitive, so no need to argue sass5 


    14. The Monster

    I recently came out to some people on here as an Eminem fan. It’s not a fact I was keeping secret, just something that I never said to anyone. The thing is, I like his music because it’s dark and, dare I say, controversial (also I think he’s funny sometimes). This song is neither and has never and will never do it for me. I really truly hate this basic song. There’s absolutely nothing interesting about it. I’ve listened to it probably two times in my life and I can’t remember anything except the opening line. Yawn.


    13. SOS

    I’m generally a sample apologist and I really like a good use of a sample, even of songs I like. However, for some reason, JR Scrotem manages to ruin sampling entirely. His productions almost never work for me (that Whatcha Say song can die) and are just abominations of the original song. This one is probably his best, but it still doesn’t stop me from yelling “BUT WHY WOULD YOU RUIN TAINTED LOVE” every time this song comes on. Has he retired yet?


    12. S&M

    This song is not very good. It’s kinda bad actually. But it’s leagues more interesting than either The Monster or SOS which is why it’s above them. It’s kind of a mess, but I enjoy a fun mess every once in a while, and I’d be lying if I said I don’t stop and bop occasionally.


    11. Live Your Life

    Ah yes, into the songs I like. Remember when they sampled the numa numa song in a pop song? Hilarious! I love sampling again! 


    10. Only Girl (In The World)

    I had an obsession with this song when it came out. It didn’t age extremely well for me, but the nostalgia it induces can’t be ignored. It’s a fun song! Also Ariana’s cute little doo wop cover of it is adorable, if you haven’t heard it, you should check it out.


    9. Disturbia

    This song is so fun! Bum bum bee dum bum bum bee dum bum bey6 It aged pretty well, too! A little repetitive imo, I don't generally listen all the way through anymore, but super enjoyable!


    8. What’s My Name

    If I’m being perfectly honest, this song will always feel inferior to Take Care for me. It’s the not as good Drake/Rihanna collar from that era. BUT this is one of the few songs (if not the only song) from Loud that I still bop to. I almost always stop on it when it comes on shuffle, I really enjoy it!


    7. Take a Bow

    A fucking CLASSIC! What a great ballad! This one also has a lot of nostalgia attached to it, but even without the nostalgia goggles I think it’s still really good! I personally think it aged better than Disturbia into 2017.


    6. Love The Way You Lie

    I’m a little afraid to talk about how spectacular I think this song is. I hadn’t listened to it in a while and then 5 seconds in, I was already busting a nut. Eminem had been doing a really bad job for a while, making shitty FULL ALBUMS with awful jokes, and then he came back with this tragic tale about a shitty relationship. It actually tells a story and one that I think is interesting, which is really nice in rap songs when it actually happens in the mainstream, which is rarely! 

    A good portion of how great this song is can be attributed to Rihanna’s chorus. Her voice is so perfectly suited for it and it’s SUCH A GOOD CHORUS! I also love both part 2 and the piano version that are on Loud, I think they’re so beautiful, and the lyrics that were added are so perfect. As far as I'm concerned, this is the only Rihanna/Eminem collab.

    I need to stop talking about this song…


    5. Rude Boy

    Come here rude boy boy can you get it up


    Come here rude boy boy is you big enough


    take it take it


    baby baby


    take it take it


    love me love me



    4. Work

    I’m still surprised I love this song as much as I do? Still only my second favorite Rihanna/Drake collab (Take Care is one of the best songs I’ve ever heard and you all will deal),  but this is a great song. The first time I heard it I was like “lol wtf is Rihanna doing”, but by the second time I listened to it, I payed attention the lyrics, and I fell in love. It’s extremely rare that the lyrics themselves are what make me 100% on board with a song, which is one of the reasons I love this one so much. I enjoy somber party songs, and this song is definitely that. My favorite line in it is “you took my heart and my keys and my patience”, just fyi, it gives me chills every time. Drake’s part is a little dumb ("if you had a twin I would still choose you", that's nice that you want her for more than just her looks ig? Thanks for telling us you're a decent person?), but still entertaining. Also I prefer the second video, for anyone who was wondering. 2016 was a good year for anyone who likes Rihanna’s nipples, huh?


    3. Diamonds

    I learned recently that the regulars (GP) don’t stan this song as hard as I do? Weird. 


    I think this song is beautiful. This is also a song that sounds extremely good live, and really shows how much Rihanna’s vocals have improved since the beginning of her career. Also any time I hear the word “diamond” I always chime in with “SHINE BRIGHT LIKE A DIAMOND”. Every time. 


    2. We Found Love

    I generally try not to let music videos dictate how much I like or dislike a song, but with this one, I have no idea how I’d feel about this song if I didn’t love this music video so much. It’s one of my favorite (if not my absolute top favorite) music videos of all time. The story in the video makes me appreciate the story in the song a lot better and it’s impossible for me to hear it without thinking about the video. A masterpiece, truly. 

    I'm talking about a minute in, for the record. I can't defend that british accent or it's inclusion in what's otherwise a perfect video.


    1. Umbrella

    This is THE Rihanna song for me. In 20 years, I’m gonna be putting this in playlists entitled “best pop songs of all time”. This is the kind of song that when they make a “now that’s what I call 2000s”, they would put in there as one of the first tracks, and if they didn't, they'd hear from my lawyers. It’s weird thinking that there was a time that people weren’t making Rihanna/ Umbrella jokes but apparently before 2007, they didn’t exist? Beats me. What a CLASSIC, honestly. This song is why Rihanna is a Certified: Legend in my heart. 


    I love Rihanna so much oprah4 

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    Chapter One

    Belladonna Burton frantically refreshed the International Film Awards page on her gold-encrusted tablet while her personal assistants scrambled around the dressing room to make sure that her diva demands were met. If she didn’t get the nomination, she was going to have the temper tantrum of the millennium. She had turned the public relations dial up to eleven this awards season: attending every stop of every press tour, taking part in a short-lived showmance with a closeted co-star orchestrated by her agent, and going as far as calling the paparazzi to photograph herself handing out hot soup and designer coats at the homeless shelter.

    While her team was helplessly blending a homemade venti mocha Frappuccino with almond milk in the background, she finally got the page to load. She scrolled down through all of the irrelevant categories that no one cares about like Best Documentary Short Subject and made it to the heading.

    There it was. Best Actress in a Leading Role.

    “I’ve played a man. I’ve played Siamese twins. I’ve played a morbidly obese cat lady hoarder who lost control of her sphincter muscles. How have I not been nominated yet? I’ve even been in movies that have won Best Picture, but of course I never get any of the recognition myself. If I don’t see my name under this heading, I’m quitting acting forever and becoming a lifestyle guru or something. No one appreciates my craft. I can’t help it that I’m ahead of my time,” she obsessively rambled, with bulging eyes, gritted teeth, and a vein almost popping out of her forehead.

    Bella’s assistants went dead silent. They had no business bringing up the fact that she had top billing in the three highest-grossing movies of the last year, nor that she was one of the top five most-followed celebrities on Twitter, nor that she had just graced the covers of Vogue, Elle, Glamour, Marie Claire, InStyle, Cosmopolitan, and Harper’s Bazaar within the span of one month. An IFA was practically the only thing on the planet that she didn’t have to her credit. Never had they imagined that Belladonna Burton would turn out to be this much of a far cry from her public persona as a relatable, sweet, and innocent girl-next-door who suddenly became America’s sweetheart overnight. They had nothing to say in that moment that wouldn’t have gotten them the pink slip, so they kept it all to themselves.

    “Why the hell are none of you agreeing with me? Do you want to get fired?,” she barked on the verge of a meltdown, her ego in desperate need of validation. All six assistants stood frozen in fear, continuing their quietude. Anyone who knew what Belladonna was like behind closed doors would be stupid to speak out of turn with her unless they had a death wish.

    She gave them all the evil eye for about five seconds each, staring into the very depths of their souls, and then, surprisingly, dropped the subject. She took a deep breath and finally flicked her finger, scanning the screen for her name.

    It was the first on the list. Bella emitted a delighted shriek. Horrifying, but delighted.

    “I knew it! I had a really good feeling about it this time. My flawless performances have been snubbed by these award academies ever since I got my big break five years ago, and now I’m finally getting the acclaim I deserve! This calls for a toast. Give me my Frappuccino and you guys can have that tap water from the sink. I’m saving the bottled stuff for later,” she celebrated, her mood instantly changing at the news. Her subordinates were outwardly happy for her, although deep down they were terrified at what this would do to her already-inflated sense of self-importance.


    Tune into Chapter Two, where Bella becomes acquainted with her competition and devises a nasty scheme to win the award! wendy1


    Main Cast:

    Gwyneth Paltrow as Belladonna Burton





    Jake Gyllenhaal as the Closeted Co-Star



    Bryce Dallas Howard as Bella's Agent



    Anna Kendrick as Assistant 1



    Rami Malek as Assistant 2



    Aubrey Plaza as Assistant 3



    John Boyega as Assistant 4



    Zoe Kravitz as Assistant 5



    Dylan O'Brien as Assistant 6



    A/N: Discuss the premiere chapter below! I promise this becomes far more eventful later on, this is pretty much just exposition so far.


    When I Saw Her Dead….


    Feb 5th, 2017



              I woke today up to see a bunch of harassing texts from that woman that shall not be named. She always thrived on riling people up especially now that her daughter was getting engaged and the brother, me, not showing up would humiliate the family, so the harassing would obviously intensify under such circumstances, understandably.  I deleted the texts and went to wash up. I left to get something to eat, as I’m too lazy to cook today. On my way out and right outside my ghetto building I find her lying on the ground. It was the small stray kitten that I’ve been feeding for months outside my building. She was peacefully laying and as I got closer I realized that something wasn’t right and that she wasn’t responding to the noises I made to call her. She was dead.






           I looked at what was next to her was a bit of food that I didn’t give her. Now not knowing anyone in the building, I’d take it as the neighbors being nice and feeding her like I was, but because I know what some of my neighbors were like, I’m very doubtful of this. Actually, I wouldn’t put it past them if they actually poisoned her! One of my neighbors always despised the cats that I fed near the building and would kick the cats not knowing that I see him doing it right after I enter the building. One time I even suspected him of stealing the bag of cat food that I bought to feed the stray cats in our neighborhood. I used to put it in a cupboard that is hardly ever used which is in the entrance of our building and there was a key for each drawer. One time the “suspect” saw me stacking the cat food in that cupboard. A day later I find the cat food not only missing but the keys all missing. I knew it was him but in an attempt to not start drama in my building I said nothing and only kept giving him dirty looks when he passed me by. The fact that he kicked this orange ball of innocent fur is all I need to know that he didn’t like her and hated the fact that I fed cats near the building. I never see any of the neighbors put food outside for cats, so seeing the food that she died next to is highly questionable. I examined her body a bit and she didn’t look she was hit by any car or had any injury, the only reasonable thing I can think of is that she was fed something that harmed her and caused her to die. It’s sad if this is the case, how humans can be so despicable.

             I took note that the other male stray cat that I’m feeding comes near the building at night. I decided to relocate him to a park that is fifteen minutes away from me. I thought that park would be best because it has so many stray cats living near it that come at night and get fed by families that visit the park. I took the cat in my car and he hated the drive but I knew that it had to be done so he could not be harmed by anyone. I pet him during the whole drive to calm him down while one hand was on the steering wheel. Once I released him in the park he was first scared of the new environment, but soon after he started rolling in the grass like he discovered it for the first time. I left him knowing we probably won’t be crossing paths anytime soon. This ordeal reminded me of my past history with my five cats and four baby kittens that I eventually had to give up a few years ago and how hard it was both financially to take care of them after I was completely broke for four months after graduating college due to my mom cutting me off before I found a job, while knowing about me having the cats and the baby kittens. In my area, adopting animals is the hardest and adopting agencies don’t accept stray cats, so they’re bound to suffer. In a way they don’t know what a home life is and don’t know what they’re missing, which is good because they don’t feel lost or yearning for an owner as if a house cat that got out would, but on the other hand they’re more likely to die from being hit by a car or getting kidney failure due to constant dehydration like another stray cat I once encountered and the vet couldn’t help her case.   In terms of my heartless neighbors, there’s nothing I can do in a place that barely has any regard for animal lives and the laws reflect that sentiment….





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    I'm excited to announce this project with y'all, entitled Moonlight; a stripped-down and intimate rework of Dangerous Woman.
    Every song will blend in with one another.


    Release Schedule:
    Full Stream: February 13
    MP3/FLAC Download: February 14

    1. Moonlight
    2. Be Alright
    3. Dangerous Woman
    4. Into You
    5. Greedy
    6. Let Me Love You
    7. Everyday
    8. Bad Decisions
    9. Adore
    10. Touch It
    11. Sometimes
    12. Knew Better
    13. Thinking Bout You
    14. Forever Boy
    15. Focus

    First taste: Forever Boy / Focus (1/9)
    Second taste: Bad Decisions / Adore / Touch It (1/13)
    Third taste: Dangerous Woman / Into You / Greedy (2/6)





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    Hello dear and devoted Sh-tans! Fashionably late as ever, Mother Shivster is finally here to tell you exactly what you should have been listening to during the year gone by, and where your taste took some drastic turns for the worse. Without further adon't, let's get started with this iconic ranking because I don't have the time or patience to write much more in this intro after having just written most of these rihviews right now!





    Essentially ranking at number 10 by default because that’s the exact number of albums I had any amount of interest in in 2016, Kaiser Chiefs’ comeback album is not much more than an embarrassing mess. Despite ditching a well-crafted and identifiable sound for a miserable Avicii-era Coldplay knock-off, it was pretty much a commercial failure – and honestly, deservedly so. Gone are the powerful lyricism, huge singalong hooks, and maybe even the entire band themselves, minus singer Ricky Wilson…? And in come a bunch of mode-du-jour autotuned moans, intrusive samples and an overall lack of inspiration. A huge disappointment with only a couple of highlights that have kept me coming back for just a tiny bit more. It speaks volumes that their 2014 release Education, Education, Education & War managed to chalk up more plays from me last year.

    omg quen fucking slay me hunty you look 3 months old YAS
    Why Do You Do It To Me?, Good Clean Fun, We Stay Together

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    Parachute, Indoor Firework, Happen in a Heartbeat, the horrid production that permeates through the whole album







    The shortest entrant on this list, with just five tracks and clocking in at under 23 minutes in total, maybe this self-titled EP could’ve ranked higher had it been just that little bit longer, because every song on it is fire.mp3. From the crazy rave that is Savage to the not-so-subtle parody of fellow Pendulum side project Knife Party’s Destroy Them With Lazers, it’s a one continuous albeit very short party, and definitely not the kind you’d invite your parents to. Unfortunately that means there’s not much more to say about it as it’d be much quicker for you to just listen to the whole thing yourself!

    omg quen fucking slay me hunty you look 3 months old YAS
    Savage, Destroy Them With Drums, Fire

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    Truly too short and too good to delete anything





    After having ranked the original Emotion at number 6 last year I’ve come to rethink my decision, and I’ve now come to the conclusion that it was in fact the best release of 2015. The production, lyrics and overall quality of that album were just beyond all of my expectations for an artist at that point, especially for the “Call Me Maybe girl”. The same can’t be said for Side B, however, and I doubt I’ll be looking back at this list in 2017 and thinking, “Hmm, actually yeah, those 8 tracks were phenomenal”. Don’t get me wrong, they’re all good, but they’re just not as good as the original release and it’s very easy to understand why they weren’t included, with a couple of exceptions like Cry and Higher which would’ve easily nestled in among the others. Some, like Store, seem hugely cringeworthy at first but you come to realise that they actually have a lot of meaning and aren’t just a cheap throwaway. All in all it’s another quality release from Carly, but I’m expecting much, much bigger things from her next studio album.

    omg quen fucking slay me hunty you look 3 months old YAS
    Cry, Higher, First Time

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    Lowkey Fever but it’s still a bop





    Against all odds.mp3, Glory has actually managed to rank lower in 2016 than Britney Jean did respectively back in 2013. However, I think that’s more to do with the overall quality of the albums I enjoyed that year, with 2016 being much more of a close race with more releases for me to rank, because Glory is quite obviously a step up in almost all aspects. The production is less tacky (with some obvious exceptions that sounded dated upon release like Make Me and Just Luv Me) and her vocals, for the most part, are well under control and sound better than they have done for years (and actually belong to her). Unfortunately there are also a few missteps on the album and I feel as though, whilst the highs are higher than Britney Jean’s, the lows are much lower because they’re just a bit dull and don’t bring the cheap entertainment factor. It’s obviously a big step in the right direction, but maybe not big enough.

    omg quen fucking slay me hunty you look 3 months old YAS
    Do You Wanna Come Over?, Change Your Mind (No Seas Virgen), Love Me Down

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    Better, Invitation, Make Me, Just Luv Me


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    I’ve always considered The Qemists a bit of a filler artist among my other faves, only there to provide a cute alternative whilst I’m waiting for new stuff by acts like Pendulum, The Prodigy and Nero whose music I prefer. However, Warrior Sound was a very nice surprise to come across earlier on last year and I eventually fell in love with every track, which was very easy to do considering how consistent the production and quality is throughout the album. On the other hand, that is also their downfall, since it often becomes difficult to distinguish tracks from one another (am I listening to Requiem, Our World or the title track right now? God only knows, and I don’t have the time to whip out my iPod to check) so it would’ve been nice to hear a bit more variety from them. Nevertheless this has definitely been the album of theirs with the most replay value as far as I’m concerned and I’m very much looking forward to anything they put out in future – although hopefully without another six year gap between these two albums.

    omg quen fucking slay me hunty you look 3 months old YAS
    We Are the Problem, New Design, Warrior Sound

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    Nothing is particularly bad but it can get a bit samey. Maybe Push the Line






    After three quite frankly amazing albums in a row, I thought I’d be in for a real treat with White Lies’ fourth effort, especially since it was coming after a slightly longer gap than the every-two-years schedule they’d stuck to before. But in many ways, Friends just feels a bit…lacking. There’s nothing bad that you can really pinpoint, but that being said there’s nothing particularly special either, and in many ways it feels like a slightly more commercialised extension of their last (and quite possibly best) album, 2013’s Big TV, at least in terms of production. Luckily the material itself doesn’t suffer at all because of this and of course I am more than ready to embrace another set of songs in a style that I already know and love! There’s no song on the album that I instantly loved, and although that may be off-putting for a first listen it only made me appreciate each track more and more as time went on.

    omg quen fucking slay me hunty you look 3 months old YAS
    Swing, Morning in L.A., Hold Back Your Love

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    Nothing really but I guess Don’t Fall is a bit of a drag sometimes





    Before hearing Perfect Illusion I had very high hopes for Gaga’s fifth album. After hearing Perfect Illusion I felt as though I’d be lucky if I even enjoyed half of it. But you know what? Queen CupcakKe was right. The new material isn’t bad, it’s just different. Even the lead single grew on me quickly when I heard it within the album, although it certainly wasn’t the best that the newly transformed Joanne had to show us. The trademark massive electronic production is in Gaga’s past – for now – but at this point in her career I think that’s a step in the right direction, regardless of how well the album may be received commercially. In terms of overall quality the album is fire. The bouncy and tropical (but definitely NOT tropical house, thank fuck) Dancin’ in Circles is the obvious standout track and needs to be released as a single as a matter of urgency. John Wayne harks back to the quirky days of Gaga’s peak, whilst the quite frankly SHUNNED bonus track Just Another Day goes even further, feeling like something straight out of the Stefani era. And whilst the one credited collaboration – Hey Girl – may be one of the most disappointing tracks of her career to date, those working behind the scenes certainly helped to add a new sense of character to Gaga’s ever-developing sound. That said, I still prefer ARTPOP. Oops!

    omg quen fucking slay me hunty you look 3 months old YAS
    Dancin’ in Circles, John Wayne, Angel Down

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    Grigio Girls, Angel Down (Work Tape), lowkey Million Reasons and Hey Girl






    I’ve always been a very casual fan of Green Day – ever since I was a child they’ve been a part of my life somehow – but I never imagined I’d ever be buying an album of theirs again, the first and last one in my collection being American Idiot at the start of this year. Then again, 2016 was such a bizarre year that it essentially became a meme for everyone, and this band were no exception. References to social issues on Revolution Radio are so thinly veiled with clichés that they might as well have used your dead great grandmother’s moth-eaten net curtains to mask them, but they’re the same curtains that you wouldn’t want to have thrown away because they still have that charm to them that you know, love and cherish. At times it can all be a bit cringeworthy, but for the first time in over a decade they’ve brought back the power and politicism that was missing from their music, and from rock music in general, and for that I can only applaud their efforts.

    It’s not all doom and gloom on this album though. Songs like Bouncing Off the Walls are fun enough lyrically to entertain the listener, and even the ones with stronger messages like Too Dumb to Die and Bang Bang bring excitement with their monstrous production. The only thing I have left to say is that I hope more young artists in this stagnant and uninteresting industry will follow the example set here and get their listeners to think again.

    omg quen fucking slay me hunty you look 3 months old YAS
    Say Goodbye, Outlaws, Too Dumb to Die

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    Youngblood, Troubled Times





    It’s eclectic yet cohesive. Classic yet modern. And it’s got heaps of bass in all the right places. Before hearing one particular song, Ariana wasn’t even on my radar_(bonus_track).mp3. Prior to that the only thing I’d ever really enjoyed by her was One Last Time, and even then I never actively listened to the track. Into You changed everything. All over the internet I was seeing rave reviews about this amazing, bombastic new track and although I had my reservations I knew that I had to hear it. So I grabbed my headphones and not even four minutes and five seconds later I had found Jesus.

    This experience led me to listen to each of the new tracks she revealed day by day leading up to the release of Dangerous Woman, and several times I was astounded. Greedy had me abusing both the repeat and share buttons, and Side to Side quickly made its way onto several of my playlists. Not only that, but literally every single song on the album is a grower (not counting the three extra super special rare etc. whatever bonus tracks because I don’t use them) and at this point in time there’s only one which I find near unlistenable. That’s pretty incredible for a relatively straightforward pop album, but that’s probably also why it’s had such a huge impact for me. The songs that seemed almost underwhelming still presented themselves with a certain sheen which wouldn’t let me get away without re-listening to them time and time again.

    omg quen fucking slay me hunty you look 3 months old YAS
    Into You, Greedy, Touch It

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    Leave Me Lonely, I Don’t Care



    And that means that the best album of 2016 and next recipient of the Golden Medoner is...

























    We’d been waiting so long that we all really should have been ready, but in RIHality none of us were. For the first time since 2010’s Loud, Rihanna, despite being my (joint) favourite singer, has managed to SNATCH the Golden Medoner and become Shiver’s Official™®© Album of the Year!

    From the moment I heard Consideration I knew that I was not going to be let down by Anti. It may not be her best album (it’s actually only my fifth favourite of hers overall), and like any album it has its lows (some of them extreme lows), but they’re nothing you can’t look past when they’re sitting next to career highlights such as Desperado, Never Ending and of course Love on the Brain. I even get my life from some of the trashiest bops like Pose and James Joint and I don’t even care because that’s exactly what they should be: carefree. 

    The real highlight of this album in my opinion comes at the halfway point and bears the name Same Ol’ Mistakes. Some might say that including a carbon copy of such a recent song on what should have been the biggest comeback album of the year is one of said mistakes. I think it’s genius. Rihanna doesn’t sound at all out of place on this track even though she literally doesn’t change anything about it, proving just how easily she can morph and adapt herself to previously unexplored genres, bringing new life to something which itself hadn’t even died. And likewise, Anti doesn’t pretend to be something it’s not. It doesn’t just try to present itself as a fantastic album – it is a fantastic album.

    omg quen fucking slay me hunty you look 3 months old YAS
    Same Ol’ Mistakes, Love on the Brain, Desperado

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    Yeah, I Said It, Woo, Goodnight Gotham




    Thank you for reading fatties ly XoXhiver

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    The third official Battle Competition for Sun and Moon will be underway in February. The 2017 International Challenge: February Edition will use the same rules as Video Game Championships and counts towards your Championship Points if you intend to compete in VGC later this year. For the rest of us, this is our chance to get the Beedrillite and Mawilite mega stones which are prizes for entering into the competition. The rules for the competition are listed below:


    • The February International Challenge is a 3v3 Double Battle format; where you can battle 15 times a day (45 in total). Pokemon will be reset (up and down) to level 50 for this competition.
    • Only Pokemon caught in Sun and Moon between Pokedex Numbers 001-301 can be used
    • Zygarde, Cosmog, Cosmoem, Solgaleo, Lunala, Necrozma, Magearna and all Island Scan Pokemon are banned. 
    • Item usage is permitted but mega stones are banned. 
    • You cannot use two Pokemon with the same dex number or two or more of the same held item.


    More in-depth rules and regulations will be announced shortly. The competition will take place between February 24 and 26 (UTC timezones). Note that if you fail to make your fifteen battles, they will carry over to the next day; however you will not be able to battle after 23:59 UTC on January 26. Sign-ups take place between Feb 16 and Feb 23. If you're unsure how to sign-up; use this short list of pointers:



    • Step One: Before the competition begins, go to the festival plaza. Then go online. Click Battle on the touch screen and then 'Download Rules'. Then, download the ruleset of the current battle competition you're going to register for. Step one is now complete.
    • Step Two: Create a Pokemon Global Link account. The PGL is a site that maintains a profile for yourself and takes notes of your online scores. Once created, make sure to go back to the plaza and register your current game (to the PGL) from inside the castle. (Speak to the girl near the PC).
    • Step Three: Sign-ups will be open for one week before the competition begins. If you fail to sign-up, you won't be able to participate. Log-in to the PGL and sign-up for the competition on it's direct page during this time. 
    • Step Four: If you're signed up, then make your team. It should go in one of your Battle Boxes. You can only use one team of six (and can't edit it) for the duration of the entire competition. This will not be locked until you begin your first battle on January 27.
    • Step Five: When the competition starts, go to the Plaza, then online, then Battle and visit the battle spot and choose 'Online Competition'. You will be thrust into your first battle and your Battle Box will be locked until the competition ends. Good luck and have fun!


    For more information on the competition, please check the official Information Briefing HERE. Meanwhile, comment below and lemme know what team y'all are gonna bring to this Battle Comp. There's only a few weeks till the game is underway. 

  10. Kylie Minogue (1994)

    After her departure from PWL with a greatest hits package and one final single, a cover of Kool and The Gang's 'Celecbration', the mid-nineties brought the signing of Kylie to Deconstruction Records and with the new label came new music. Working with Brothers In Rhythm and M People, the sound of the album swayed across many different genres but stuck in the pop area. Even from the album cover, Kylie is past the bubblegum pop for now - and experimenting with lyrical contect in not only love, but also sex, lust and confessions. While this album wasn't her most successful it did debut at #3 on Australian music charts. Lead single 'Confide In Me' peaked at #1 in Australia. Kylie was back and in full force mature pop mode. Many critics call this one of her key re-invention points, something she would eventually be known for. It was the perfect combination of pop and indie, with Middle Eastern influences in the strings. Second single 'Put Yourself In My Place', a ballad discussing a breakup and moving on, uses elements of trip-hop. Its stunning composition means it remains another fan favourite, and the video made for the song is one of the best she's ever done, being inspired loosely by Barbarella. 'Where Is The Feeling?' served as the final single from the period, and using a completely different composition from the album version, the BIR Dolphin Mix transformed it into a dark, spoken club track. BIR's Bish Bosh Mix used a few more elements from the original track and was a lighter mix that used her singing vocals, and was the version performed on any TV performances at the time. The intro of this mix is unmistakably similar to 2001 Fever track Dancefloor. The album itself often takes a while to grow on new fans - but it is always realised to be one of her best. With intricate and lengthy compositions, this album has to be the most experimental album she's ever done. And it was executed amazingly.


    LOVE IS WAITING (9/10)

    This little bop was pushed to a Japanese bonus track position on the album, but this little dance track never fails to make me get out of my seat. The lyrical quality is quite good for the track, and the little bursts of guitar at the end of some bars completes the track. It is also to be noted the piano intro is very reminiscent of the melody of 1991 track Right Here, Right Now. Horns, piano, a choir and Minogue's super strong voice - what more could you ask for?


    Originally a St Ettiene track (they also produced this version), this song is so groovy, and Kylie's spoken words over her long notes in the background paired with violins is just perfection. This song may be a little uptempo but it's instrumentation is super relaxing. Another Japanese bonus track and B-side to Confide In Me, this gorgeous little track is not one in her discography to be missed.


    IF YOU DON'T LOVE ME (9/10)

    A track that's solely piano and Kylie's raw, echoing vocals. A heartfelt cover of Prefab Sprout's song, this beautiful track showcases Kylie's high range. It is said to be Kylie's tour manager Seany's favourite, and while he was injured right before the Aphrodite Les Folies Tour, she decided to add this to the setlist in honour of his recovery. When she sang it to the crowd... the whole room stood in silence and soaked in her stunning vocal ability and the stunning lyrics. This track is beautiful, personal and emotional. Amazing.



    This could have easily been a 90s club hit. The uptempo beat, bass and piano, with Minogue's fierce vocals make this a potential hit. It's very underrated and I've rarely seen another fan talk about it. The lyrics are lovely, and the oooohs through the track match it well. Another track no one should miss in her discography!



    will be adding more tracks later - I'm going outjj2

  11. Hi. jj2

    If you're feeling like you're worth 1000 dollars today, or you just wanna pretend like you're a supermodel strutting down the runway that is your 3 meters long carpet, or break your spine as you attempt to do a death drop, this playlist is for you. Or you just want some music to listen to while you're sipping on your whiskey / liquor / coffee / tea / sprite / whatever and read the latest issue of Vogue, then this music is also for you. Enjoy. tea2

    (The genres are mostly house and electronic with a little mix of funk and jazz)














    I hope you found something new that you might enjoy. Or, if not, at least you actually bothered, and that's what matters. sia2 kylie1

  12. So I got moved up to a different class so im taking state history and the seating chart is all fucked up so I'm isolated from everyone else including my other friend except for this one little asshole that sits behind me rip4

    Just yesterday and the previous days before this guy was all whispering in my ear and being all uncomfortably touchy-feely like poking me, touching my hair, trying to tickle my sides, then massaging me etc and whispering in my ear saying stuff like "you want this big dick in you don't you" or "you wanna suck this big cock big boy" or any other "perverted straight guy trying to act gay" talk ALL AS A "JOKE" fall2

    He even had me in English class where he kept poking or trying to tickle me whenever he came in out of nowhere until I decided to move seats in that class sia4

    I'm literally too afraid to do anything cause of all the "omg im a straight guy acting gay no homo" talk in the school and idk what to do sia4

    Including that just today I heard this guy in P.E. class talking to one of my other friends and asked them "so you like the pussy? the booty? you like eating vaginas?" So then my friend replies to him and "well no" then he says "oh well are you saying you like guys then?" and he replies "no i'm not a pervert i just like girls" then the other guy is just looking confused and kept asking him a bunch of more sex questions and etc. rip4

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    so i've had it for 4 yrs now and it's shit.

    it terrorizes me and meds dont work. they only make me feel drugged but dont stop the attacks


    i've thought about it alot and hell no, i dont want to live with this my whole life, with a state that cant be cured at all


    i'm sad but i guess life's a bitch for some people

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    Hello everyone sorry for this bleak moment but I feel a bit upset cause I fear that all the progress that the LGBTQ community has made in the past several years will be wiped out by who's in the oval office right now. I live in a country where LGBTQ is not recognized whatsoever but seeing that happen elsewhere, seeing progress, gives me and everyone else like me hope and that is the greatest gift of all. I truly hope and pray that people fight, raise their voices and protect our community and continue striving for equality everywhere. 

    The women's march is such a beautiful example. Ultimately it's all of us that have the power, but it's only when we're all together. 


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    Hey everyone,


    I had this idea in my head for a while and I hope you like it!


    I thought i'd take albums, and then basically write a " visual album version " concept of it. Including cast, plot summary for each song, etc.


    I hope you guys like it and comment which albums you think I should do first...




    Drama King

  13. Hello all! I bought four CDs and my second row is now too tight to fit my maxi singles cry6




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    Basically I make fan made videos and I got a YouTube channel as well so I decided to make a list of all the songs I used in my for each singer/band. This also includes mash ups rav2 Let's start


    Songs I used by Katy Perry :


    Hot N Cold

    I Kissed A Girl

    Thinking Of You

    California Girls

    Last Friday Night

    The One That Got Away

    Walking On Air

    Love Me

    Dressing Up

    Part Of Me


    Dark Horse



    Teenage Dream

    Wide Awake


    Songs I used by Ariana Grande :

    Into You


    Just A Little Bit Of Your Heart

    Bang Bang

    Love Me Harder

    Break Free

    One Last Time

    Love Is Everything

    Santa Tell Me


    Songs I used by Kelly Clarkson :


    Because Of You

    Let Your Tears Fall

    Heartbeat Song


    I Forgive You

    My Life Would Suck Without You


    Songs I used by Marina And The Diamonds :

    Power & Control

    The State Of Dreaming

    Primadonna Girl

    I'm A Ruin


    Living Dead


    Fear and Loathing





    Songs I used by Lana Del Rey :

    Summertime Sadness

    West Coast

    This Is What Makes Us Girls

    Dayglo Reflection

    Once Upon A Dream


    Songs I used by Nicki Minaj :



    Moment 4 Life

    Va Va Voom

    Pound The Alarm

    Young Forever

    Whip It

    Turn Me On



    Songs I used by Ashley Tisdale :

    We'll Be Together

    How Do You Love Someone ?

    Acting Out

    It's Alright, It's Okay

    Not Like That

    Be Good To Me


    Songs I used by Beyoncé :

    6 Inch

    Drunk In Love


    Love On Top

    Best Thing I Ever Had




    Songs I used by Avril Lavigne :


    My Happy Ending

    What The Hell

    I Love You

    Here's To Never Growing Up


    The Best Damn Thing




    Songs I used by Mariah Carey :



    When I Saw You



    We Belong Together

    When You Believe

    All I Want For Christmas Is You



    Songs used by Jennifer Lopez :

    On The Floor

    Charge Me Up

    Wrong When You're Gone

    Follow The Leader

    Dance Again



    Songs I used by Carly Rae Jepsen :

    Boy Problems

    Call Me Maybe

    Your Heart's A Muscle

    Making Most Of The Night

    Let's Get Lost

    Tonight I'm Getting Over You

    Run Away With Me

    Never Get To Hold You

    When I Needed You

    Favorite Color

    Body Language

    I Didn't Just Come Here To Dance

    All That

    Your Type

    I Really Like You

    Good Time

    Songs I used by P!nk :

    Get The Party Started

    Raise Your Glass


    Just Give Me A Reason

    True Love

    Songs I used by The Weeknd :
    Can't Feel My Face
    I Feel It Coming
    Earned It

    Songs I used by Lady Gaga :

    Just Dance



    Love Game



    Born This Way

    Electric Chapel

    Dancin' In Circles

    Heavy Metal Lover

    You And I

    Perfect Illusion

    Just Another Day

    Million Reasons

    Poker Face


    The Edge Of Glory




    Marry The Night

    Eh,Eh (Nothing Else I Can Say)

    I Want Your Love

    Bad Romance

    Songs I used by Lindsay Lohan :


    A Beautiful Life (Bella Vita)

    To Know Your Name


    Very Last Moment In Time

    Songs I used by Tove Lo :

    Stay High

    Talking Body

    Cool Girl

    Songs I used by Charli XCX :


    Break The Rules

    Boom Clap

    Secret (Shh)

    Songs I used by Rihanna :

    This Is What You Came For

    Needed Me



    Pon De Replay



    Who's That Chick ?

    Right Now



    Only Girl (In The World)

    Don't Stop The Music

    Where Have You Been ?

    Bitch Better Have My Money

    Can't Remember To Forget You

    You're The One



    What's My Name ?

    Songs I used by Britney Spears :

    Change Your Mind

    Slumber Party

    Make Me

    Baby One More Time

    Oops! I Did It Again




    My Prerogative

    I'm A Slave 4 U

    Hold It Against Me

    I Wanna Go

    Oh La La

    I'm Not A Girl,Not Yet A Woman

    Scream And Shout


    Gimme More

    Break The Ice


    If You Seek Amy

    Born To Make You Happy

    From The Bottom Of My Broken Heart

    Work B!tch

    I Will Still Love You


    Songs I used by Kesha :

    Tik Tok

    Crazy Kids

    Wherever You Are

    Die Young


    Tease Me





    Last Goodbye

    Only Wanna Dance With You

    Songs I used by Madonna :

    Ray Of Light

    Rebel Heart

    4 Minutes


    Like A Virgin

    Take A Bow


    Bedtime Story

    Gang Bang

    Like A Prayer


    Me Against The Music

    Nothing Really Matters

    Express Yourself

    Girl Gone Wild

    Papa Don't Preach

    B!tch I'm Madonna


    Living For Love

    Crazy For You

    Songs I used by 

    Songs I used by Adele :

    Someone Like You
    Rolling In The Deep
    When We Were Young
    Love In The Dark
    Rumor Has It

    Songs I used by Hilary Duff :


    My Kind
    Breathe In Breathe Out
    Come Clean
    Someone's Watching Over Me
    Hey Now !
    Break My Heart

    Who's That Girl ?

    I Am

    Songs I used by Demi Lovato :

    Old Ways

    Give Your Heart A Break
    Stone Cold
    Cool For The Summer
    Here We Go Again
    You're My Only Short
    In Real Life
    Yes I Am
    Without The Love
    Heart Attack
    Really Don't Care

    Made in the USA
    Neon Lights
    World Of Chances
    Stop The World
    Fire Starter
    I Hate You, Don't Leave Me
    In Case
    Two Pieces
    Who's That Boy
    Until You're Mine

    This Is Me
    Brand New Day
    Gift Of A Friend
    Body Say

    Songs I used by Taylor Swift :

    A Place In This World
    I'm Only Me When I'm With You
    Today Was A Fairytale
    Better Than Revenge
    Speak Now
    I Almost Do
    The Best Day

    Tell Me Why
    Forever And Always
    Should've Said No
    Wildest Dreams
    Last Kiss
    White Horse

    The Story Of Us
    I Wish You Would
    All You Had To Do Was Stay
    We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together
    I Know Places
    Love Story
    New Romantics
    You're In Love
    I Knew You Were Trouble

    You Belong With Me
    The Way I Loved You
    Safe and Sound
    Sweeter Than Fiction
    Two is better than one
    Shake It Off
    I'd Lie

    I'm Only Me When I'm With You
    How You Get The Girl
    Bad Blood
    Blank Space
    Out Of The Woods
    Welcome To New York
    This Love

    Songs I used by Miley Cyrus :

    If We Were A Movie
    Adore You
    Hands In The Air
    Wrecking Ball
    We Can't Stop
    Can't Be Tamed

    I Wanna Know You
    My Heart Beats For Love
    You'll Always Find Your Way Back Home
    7 Things
    I Learned From You
    The Climb
    Just Like You
    Party In The USA
    The Time Of Our Lives

    Songs I used by Selena Gomez :

    Kill 'Em With Kindness
    I Promise You
    Save The Day
    Slow Down
    Come & Get It
    Hit The Lights
    When The Sun Goes Down
    Music Feels Better
    Nobody Does It Like You
    Forget Forever
    Like A Champion
    The Way I Loved You
    We Don't Talk Anymore

    I Want You To Know

    Songs I used by Sia :

    Move Your Body

    Cheap Thrills

    Breathe Me

    Songs I used by Christina Aguilera :

    Not Myself Tonight

    Genie In A Bottle

    Can't Hold Us Down


    Lady Marmalade

    What A Girl Wants

    Ain't No Other Man




    Come On Over (All I Want Is You)

    Feel This Moment


    I Turn To You

    Songs I used by Natalia Kills :

    Break You Hard


    Love Is A Suicide



    Then I used other songs I'll list later 

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    So, after New Year's and my crush telling me how he wants us to just be friends, he has now been low-key flirting with me over snapchat. We are still talking every day, we still want to see each other, I am just so confused. How you gonna kiss me, tell me you want to be friends as you like another guy more and then flirt with me. 

    I can't complain too much as I do like him and I want him to flirt with me, but I want his whole attention, I don't want to be second best. oprah4

  14. Image result for cyndi lauper shineCYNDI LAUPER - "SHINE" (2001/2004)


    Cyndi Lauper broke out in 1983 with her blockbuster debut She's So Unusual. The album spawned multiple Top 10 hits including the 80s classics "Girls Just Want to Have Fun" and "Time After Time". Her 1986 sophomore album True Colors was not as successful but still managed to have multiple hits including the title track which has become an LGBT anthem in the years since its release. However after her first 2 albums, she experiences a slump in success caused by a mixture of label problems and lack of promotion. Her third album A Night to Remember (or "A Night to Forget" as Cyndi once called it) had mixed responses in sales and critical reception. Her next 2 albums Hat Full of Stars and Sisters of Avalon received very little attention from the mainstream, resulting in poor commercial performance. However, despite the lack of commercial success these albums would show a development in Cyndi's artistry, stripping away the "weird" image of the 80s and showcasing a more mature side of Cyndi. Shine was originally planned to be a dance album, but the style developed in a continuation of these previous 2 albums. However, just like those albums, Shine would have minimal chart success and also suffered a worse fate than those previous 2 albums.

    The album was originally supposed to be released in 2001 via Adel records, her first album after finishing her contract with Epic Records. But the album's release was constantly moved back and postponed. Adel records then folded and the album's release was cancelled. Cyndi bought back the tracks from Adel Records and was now effectively an independent musician without a record label. Cyndi put together a 5 track EP with some songs from the album ("Shine", "It's Hard to Be Me", "Madonna Whore", "Water's Edge" and a remix of "Shine") and toured with the EP. Eventually, Cyndi would sign back with Epic, but the full album never had an official release until 2004 and this was only in Japan. There have been no plans to release the full album in any other countries (if you try to search for this album on iTunes or Spotify, you will only find the EP version). This is unfortunate, because I believe that this album is one of Cyndi's very best. It showcases a variety of music styles, more so than any of her other albums. It also could have been a potential comeback album if has the right amount of label support, but of course this was impossible under the circumstances at the time.

    In this review, I will give my opinion on each the songs from this album. I will also provide a YouTube link to each track (if I can find it on YouTube).

    01. Shine
    I know that many people may disagree with this opinion, but the title track is a contender for the best song of Cyndi's discography. It begins with a wonderful string arrangement before drums and vocals are brought in. Cyndi's vocals are powerful and the energy of this song never stops until the very last second. The song lyrically follows the same theme as "True Colors", encouraging the listener to be more confident in themselves. She tells the listener 'I'll stand by you, don't try to push me away' and tells us 'don't be afraid, it will all be OK'. "Shine" is a song that can make you feel better even if you don't feel good, and it takes a special type of song to accomplish that.

    02. It's Hard to Be Me
    This track sees a return of the 'rockier' 80s Cyndi. The song is about a celebrity who tries to show a different side of their personality but finds this difficult to do because of how they are portrayed in the media, 'If you could see all my depth and complexity, I think you'd agree, It's Hard to Be Me'. The song was supposedly written about Anna Nicole Smith, who tried to buy the song as the theme tune to her reality show but Cyndi declined. I haven't found any confirmation that this was true but it certainly is interesting if Anna Nicole Smith thought this song would be a good way of representing herself on a reality show.

    03. Madonna Whore
    No, this is not about the Madonna. This is actually about the Madonna-Whore Complex (look it up). This track is slightly slower than the previous song, featuring the use of guitars, drums and flutes. With lines such as 'Every woman's a Madonna, every woman's a whore, you can try and reduce me but I'm so much more', this song has a feminist message which Cyndi has always included in her music since her debut.

    04. Wide Open
    One of my favourite tracks on this album. The track features a rich instrumentation and brings up the pace of the album after the previous song. Lyrically, the song is about wanting more from life ('Wide Open for anything') and moving away from an unsatisfactory life ('I used to cast out wishes that never came back again').

    05. Rather Be With You
    This track has a slight Motown-influenced song. Lyrically, the song is about wanting a relationship to return to how it was ('Wish I could make us all brand new') but Cyndi feels that this relationship can be fixed ('I think we'll make it through, 'cause if it's all the same I'd rather be with you'). This track was a grower for me, at first I didn't take much notice of it, but the more I listened to it, the more I liked it.

    06. Who Let in the Rain (New Version)
    This song originally appeared on the album Hat Full of Stars and for some reason was re-recorded for this album. Usually I am hesitant about song re-recordings but this one works out well. There are only minor differences to the original, but this version sounds more 'modern' than the original. The song fits in this album nicely and this shows the connection in styles between Hat Full of StarsSisters of Avalon and Shine. This song follows a similar theme to "Rather Be With You", concerned with troubles within a relationship ('When love gets strong, people get weak, sometimes they lose control and wind up in too deep'). This song is one of my favourite songs from Cyndi's discography and I love both versions of this song.

    07. Comfort You
    One of the more experimental songs on the album (and also one of my favourites), this song has influences of new wave and electronica and also features some of the best lyrics on the album. The track is essentially about Cyndi wanting to comfort her partner despite the world facing so many problems ('An ocean of humanity, some wash up along the street'). The way Cyndi intertwines the themes of a troubled relationship with the themes of a troubled world is reminiscent of her songwriting style on Hat Full of Stars, especially with songs like 'That's What I Think' and 'Who Let in the Rain'.

    08. Eventually
    One of my favourite songs from the album. This track reminds me of the songs included on Madonna's album Ray of Light (which is my favourite Madonna album too). Like with the previous song, this one of the more experimental moments on the album. Lyrically, the track tells us of a number of conversations that Cyndi has with different people and she comes to the conclusion that our actions will always affect each other ('What comes floating to me, eventually will come floating back to you').

    09. Valentino
    Another very strong track follows from the previous two. This song features a similar instrumentation to "Shine" but with a darker edge. This track tells the story of a young girl from Sicily who has a unhappy marriage when she is older and she wants to escape with a handsome man named Valentino ('Waiting for Valentino, his dark eyes lock on mine').

    10. This Kind of Love
    One of the slower and stripped down songs on the album. The song is essentially about a relationship that isn't good for either person involved. In my opinion, this one of the weaker tracks on the album, but it's still a good song.

    11. Higher Plane
    Shine was originally planned to be a dance album, but much of the songs were changed from their original sound. This song is the only track that holds some resemblance to the original sound for this album, but it still manages to fit quite well in the tracklist. The simple lyrics are proof of the intended dance sound for this song ('Make the music and the rhythm carry me away') but this is certainly not a bad thing.

    12. Water's Edge
    This song is a little sister to "Time After Time" and is every bit as flawless. The song is about reflection, loneliness and wanting to be protected ('I wish you could wrap yourself around me, I am gripped by a loneliness') and it is without a doubt one of her best songs from her 2000's albums.

    13. I Miss My Baby (I haven't been able to find a YouTube link for this song)
    This song was originally a bonus track for Japan, but since the album didn't get released anywhere else, it's status as a 'bonus track' is irrelevant. This song is the most 'stripped back' on the album, with a simple guitar and drum sound. The song is about someone missing their partner while sleeping in bed alone. Overall, it's a simple but effective track to end the album.

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  16. So, i just finished my list on twitter, which literally took forever. I was afraid i wouldnt finish it due to my cold but i got it done right before new years eve cry6 Anyways, with all the hard work i put into it i thought of sharing it on here. Downloading 50 videos from youtube sounds like nothing but finding the time to post them throughout the day and not to overdo it was so difficult personally, I couldnt have done it without the support of my boyfriend. fall3

    You can click the link to see the full countdown, but in a nutshell here, here are my choices:

    50. Cool Girl - Tove Lo

    49. Banana Brain - Die Antwoord

    48. Weekend - Louis The Child & Icona Pop

    47. Come Up For Air - Skylar Grey

    46. Purple Lamborghini - Skrillex & Rick Ross

    45. Bestie - Sizzy Rocket

    44. Attic - Buttress

    43. Tomboy - Princess Nokia

    42. Concrete - Crystal Castles

    41. Paper Or Plastic - Brooke Candy

    40. Perfect Illusion - Lady Gaga

    39. Lost Boys - Still Corners

    38. Body - Dreezy

    37. Guys My Age - Hey Violet

    36. Black Beatles - Rae Sremmurd

    35. Too Much To Dream - Allie X

    34. Mean What I Mean - Alunageorge, Dreezy, Leikeli47

    33. Starry - The Weeknd

    32. Borders - MIA

    31. Kiss It Better - Rihanna

    30. Girl Shoots Up School To Promote Her Mixtape - Fellatia Geisha

    29. Girlfriend - NAO

    28. U Up - Soft Lit

    27. Easier Said - Sunflower Bean

    26. Dimensions - Computer Magic

    25. Sunday Love - Bat For Lashes

    24. Big Sis - Sales

    23. What’s It Gonna Be - Shura

    22. Secrets - Deep Sea Diver

    21. Drama - 18+

    20. Atari Love Song - Kitty

    19. Doomed User - Deftness

    18. After The Afterparty - Charli XCX & Lil Yachty

    17. Don’t Touch My Hair - Solange

    16. Fade - Kanye West

    15. Cry - Carly Rae Jepsen

    14. Blood In The Cut - K.flay

    13. Operator - Lapsley

    12. Step Down - Elephant

    11. Ch-Ching - Chairlift

    10. Lying Too - HOLYCHILD & Tkay Maidza

    9. Vivica - Jessy Lanza

    8. Destroyer - Phantogram

    7. Hallucinate - GL

    6. Trampoline Kero Kero Bonito

    5. Gemini Feed - Banks

    4. Hatefuck - Cruel Youth

    3. Crybaby - Abra

    2. Atlantis - Bridgit Mendler & Kaiydo

    1. This Is What You Came For - Calvin Harris & Rihanna yas2