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  1. RNDOM

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    So, what's the point on drag and talk shit about an artist/record if you'll jump again on the bandwagon train when she/he releases something new and 'it's cool to stan because everyone's hype about it when you never give a fuck about it'?

    What's the point on stan/change your avi/set every major girl release something when you don't like/stan the artist/music he/she made when everyone's is praising, waiting for it?

    This brought back memories when everyone was praising 'Lemonade' cuz it was "innovative", "cool", "experimental" bla bla bla... and few weeks later some trash talk about it, because 1) they 'realized' it really never was shit, 2) they said it was "staged/fake" to get out of there when they clearly never were there for the music/project (even when we always knew she likes to have perfect control & she plans everything, did everyone expected it was true? really?... and then the next thing was Ariana, wow, so impressed for the upgrade, lmao. This was perfectly pictured when ARTPOP came out and fans were praising the shit of it, but when the media/fanbases ripped apart the album half of the fandom left and juped to other more "succesful" "accepted" pop gurls

    And what does it says about us?  Do others opinion really matters at all to us? Do we really need to follow trends & what the majority likes to have a sense of worth? isn't this just a reflection of a weak personality that desires to be part of something? Maybe that's why i rather not listen something from someone i know i won't like or feel interest on, i guess it looks more real and less cringe than jumping over and over again swapping "your taste" and pretend you're into the critical acclaim & music when you're just following the leaders.

    Then again im bitter and sometimes i have a poor taste when it comes to guilty pleasures, shouldn't be judging people, it just came to my mind suddenly, #JusticeForFKA, #JusticeForGrimes, #JusticeForAzealia and the rest of acts i like who got hate & shit just because the sheeps followed the leader who didn't liked "x" record, or "x" thing about her/his


    P.S. Instead of doing this i should be listening all the shit i download but i don't touch becaus im lazy af and i dont wanna put it with my perfect orden/tags on iTunes, r.i.p. to me

  2. Britney Spears // Glory



    Like many of us, Britney was more or less my first foray into pop music, but probably not in the way you'd expect. Up until high school, I'd listened to mostly alternative / rock / basic straight white boy music. I didn't touch pop (or rap) at all, but my bus ride to school was almost an hour each way, and the driver always had pop radio on. So, I started getting closely acquainted with it. My first pop album download was Circus, and I didn't like it. I had not yet found the light.

    As I got more into pop, I went back and listened to Britney's discography, in reverse. I started with Circus, Blackout, and made my way back. I didn't get as attached to her first few albums, maybe because I lacked the nostalgia of growing up with her music, and I maintained that Circus, Blackout and Femme Fatale were my Britney trinity. I have since gotten more into ITZ and Britney (the album, obviously), but those remain my favorites.

    Let's not even talk about The-Album-That-Shall-Not-Be-Named.

    I was actually driving home from that TV job (the one where I met New York) around 1 in the morning the day Make Me was released, so I listened to it on repeat most of the way home. Sexy midtempo Britney was here, and I was here for it. But the feature is trash, let's be honest with ourselves. As we got the promo singles, I somehow became simultaneously more and less confident in what the album as a whole would be. I liked each track, but they each had a fatal flaw that I couldn't unhear. Make Me was the G-Eazy feature, Private Show didn't really feel like a studio track at all, Clumsy's was the horrendous mixing for the breakdown and the flimsy-feeling production, and DYWCO was the shouting men in the chorus. Did we not, as a society, learn our lesson after Focus? I was still excited, mind you, but I did have my concerns.

    Thankfully, those promo singles were largely the most lackluster songs on the album. Let's dive in.


    1. INVITATION - 4/5

    Wow, what an album opener. This is something you straight up don't hear from Britney, and I love it. Even the vocal effects feel stylistic, instead of messily covering up some phoned in vocals. They're tender, but they feel right.

    2. MAKE ME FEAT. G-EAZY - 3/5

    Don't get me wrong, this song is boppy, but it's not lead single material. And the one feature on the entire record is wasted on someone as bland and basic as G-Eazy. Take him out, put in someone better (or don't put in anyone at all) and it would be better.

    3. PRIVATE SHOW - 4/5

    I genuinely hated this when she first dropped it. It was messy, it feels underproduced, like I'm listening to a "live" version of a song instead of an album track. It has since grown on me, though. It's something completely different for her, and I can appreciate that about it. Plus it's lowkey kind of catchy.

    4. MAN ON THE MOON - 5/5

    The production. The vocals. The message. Everything is slick pop perfection. The oo-oo-oo-oo-oooonnn in the chorus is absolutely infectious.

    5. JUST LUV ME - 4/5

    I was super excited to hear this after that snippet leaked. Hearing the full thing, it's a catchy midtempo DJ Mustard track, is there really anything else I can say about it? "I'm not gonna ask for a sip when I'm thirsty" is a great lyric. I wish the chorus was a bit more dynamic, but I get it; we need to know the words after just one listen, so Repeat Stuff.

    6. CLUMSY - 3/5

    The "oops!" is cute but the breakdown kind of kills any momentum the song has. Meh.

    7. DO YOU WANNA COME OVER? - 3/5

    I want to like this song, because the production is good, she sounds good, the verses are good, but that chorus -- bleh.

    8. SLUMBER PARTY - 5/5

    I know some people thought this song felt too topically samey right after DYWCO, but I actually really like that about it. It feels like a proper followup to the question eve1  it's definitely a standout track on the album, probably my first favorite really. The casual f-bomb is perfect. The production and melody are SO catchy.

    9. JUST LIKE ME - 2/5

    OKAY STOP WITH THE FUCKING TERRIBLE CHORUSES PLEASE. The song is reasonably cute but the chorus is awkward as shit. 

    10. LOVE ME DOWN - 4/5

    Okay now this is something I can get into demi1 again, something very stylistically different for Brit but it fucking WORKS.

    11. HARD TO FORGET YA - 4/5

    Once again I find myself wishing the chorus was a little more dynamic, but goddammit this song is still a banger. The production on this album is super interesting, it feels like there's a lot going on without being overwhelming. All the little bits and bobs circling around during the verses here give this song a great texture.

    12. WHAT YOU NEED - 4/5

    Yes this sounds like a Burlesque track, yes it doesn't have a post-chorus payoff like you're probably expecting, but I could listen to Britina growl all damn day. She's not Whitney Houston (and she doesn't need to be), but I think we can all agree it's nice to hear her flexing her vocals for a change. "That was fun", yes it was Brit, yes it was.

    13. BETTER - 5/5

    Alright we've clearly got some Kygo influence here, but that's not a bad thing. This song is cute as fuck, and the production is (once again) on point. Another general album thought: let's all take a moment to appreciate that she isn't drowning in background vocal layers for the first time in nearly 10 years. She's actually here y'all!


    Anyone else kinda getting a chuckle out of the fact that Revival was largely midtempo with one random Latin-influenced song, and the same thing is happening here? Not trying to start a stan war or anything, just sort of a funny observation. Anyway, this song is good as fuck, and the chorus is absolutely perfect. I don't speak German Spanish but I can if you like cry0 

    15. LIAR - 5/5


    16. IF I'M DANCING - 4/5

    Production is spastic and completely out of left field, but it's not a bad thing. I can see why it's a bonus track, but at the same time I'm here for it ya know? Also this:



    I genuinely am not sure how to rate this one. I don't understand a single word of it because I'm an ignorant monolingual 'Murican, but it's cute. Her vocals are sweet and the production is good, so I guess we'll go with a 4.


    OVERALL - 4/5

    I'm so happy she's back. Not just physically there, but she actually seems invested and present in the material in a way she hasn't been for many years, and she delivers a great pop record as a result. The producers work with her voice instead of covering it up, the album feels fresh, and I can tell it's going to be on repeat for a long time.

    Good job Brit, welcome back to the big leagues.

  3. Yeah the album isn't even officially out but here is my first impressions review of all the tracks.

    Invitation - I'm still not over the fact that the intro song is called invitation oprah2 So smart imo. I think this song works really well as an opener, it's an 'invitation' to the rest of the album through a relatively lowkey song that sets the bar for the rest of the album. I loooove the vocal effects and this was an instant favourite from the album for me. 10/10


    Make Me... I still love this song. I honestly stand by her decision to make this the lead single, it's clearly one of the most radio friendly songs on the album. The rap however, brit10 I just don't think it fits on the song at all. 9/10


    Private Show Idc what y'all say, this song is a bop and a half. The vocals are really weird but I like it and regularly bop to this song. It's my most played on Glory atm. Fight me. The spoken parts and the laugh on the outtro are amazing 9/10


    Man on the Moon another stellar pop masterpiece. Again, fight me if you don't like this. It's a fucking bop and the chorus is heavenly. Didn't expect anything less from Godney 10/10


    Just Luv Me The production on this track is incredible. Gives me lowkey Revival vibes but I'm okay with that as that album was amazing ny19/10


    Clumsy Again, not here for the Clumsy hate, it's another BOP! Oops! brit7 HEEEEEY CLUMSY brit7brit7brit7 9/10


    Do You Wanna Come Over? This song has obvious Blackout vibes and I'm here for it. Absolute gem oprah13 10/10


    Slumber Party Another instant highlight. LOVE THE PRODUCTION SOOOOOOOOOO MUCH, the chorus is absolutely remarkable cry9 I LIVE FOR BRITNEY SWEARING 10/10


    Just Like Me Again, I LOVE THIS SHIT! Kinda screams filler to me but like in a good way? 8/10


    Love Me Down DEFINITELY my favourite atm. So much replay value. The chorus omfg cry9cry9cry9cry9cry9cry9 This has so much potential and I'm gonna need a music video for it like yesterday oprah13 10/10


    Hard to Forget Ya Ironically, this song is very forgettable to me. Kinda boring, but the chorus is a BOP TO THE TOP 7/10


    What You Need This reminds me of Step on Up by Ariana and that is not a good thing brit6 6/10


    Better This also sounds very Revival to me and honestly this time that is not a good thing. I also think this song is kinda boring. 6/10


    Change Your Mind GEM! I loveeeee the vibes of this song so much, bop 10/10


    Liar Y'all are overrating the fuck out of this song. It's a cute bop but definitely not one of the best on the album xtina14 7/10


    If I'm Dancing Cute bop but also screams bonus track to me. 8/10


    Coupure Électrique This song seems so random to me ??? The French sounds AMAZING but the song is very boring, it goes nowhere. Sounds like a demo. 6/10


    Overall, 85%

    This album is incredible. It's just full of fucking BOPS and I love it. I'm sure this score will increase as I listen to the songs more, as I think a lot of them (especially Coupure Electrique) will be growers


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    Circa 2010, there was a moderate following for potential pop girl called a Miss Foo Foo, though, that's Lolene to you. She is my first entry because rather than a true flop, she is a never was.

    Lolene was set to release her debut album "The Electrick Hotel" in August 2010, but after the debut got pushed back several times, the album leaked in full on the internet months before the release. After this occurred, Lolene became discouraged and scrapped the album altogether. 

    She then released a free-for-download mixtape called Cracked, Not Broken, which included remixes of her original songs, as well as covers and mashups of other pieces. 

    Finally in 2012, she released a name-your-price album called She's Got A Pulse, which consisted of several mastered versions of demos that had leaked onto the internet in the time between the leak of Electrick Hotel and the release of She's Got a Pulse. 

    Sadly, Lolene has not released any music since 2012, and remains a flop to this day, even though I stan her like no other. 

    Her music style is very glam-pop, 90s inspired, and, for lack of a better word, gay. 

    The Electrick Hotel is pop gold, and remains one of my favorites after 6 years. 


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  5. Shamelessly inspired by my dear friend @Hylia's ranking blogs. jj2 As a huge fan of Madonna, I decided to re-listen to all 13 of her studio albums and do a ranking. 


    So here it goes!




    #13. Like a Virgin


    Probably no surprise that this is #13 because I've noticed it's most likely her least liked album on here. It has a couple good songs, but a good portion is just forgettable imo, despite it being her only diamond certified album. jj4 Honestly her only album I don't care for.

    Fave songs: Dress You Up, Angel, Material Girl.

    Least fave songs: Over and Over, Pretender, Stay.



    #12. Madonna


    Pretty good for a debut. It's full of cute bops, while a bit fillerish from time to time. 

    Fave songs: Borderline, Burning Up, Holiday

    Least fave songs: I Know It, Think of Me, Everybody 



    #11. True Blue


    True Blue is what I consider her first truly solid album. There's only one song I strongly dislike (Jimmy Jimmy), and I don't even dislike it as much as most of her other fans. Love the overall feel of the album.

    Fave songs: Live to Tell (one of my faves overall), Papa Don't Preach, La Isla Bonita.

    Least fave songs: Jimmy Jimmy, Where's the Party



    #10. Like a Prayer


    Inb4 I'm dragged for her post-COADF albums being above LAP. Oh well! I really like LAP, but I just like most of her other music more than her 80s music. LAP is her first album that I consider to be an artistic leap forward. The lyrics are superb and I love the message of many songs. PS. Dear Jessie is underrated!

    Fave songs: Till Death Do Us Part, Oh Father, Like a Prayer.

    Least fave songs: Keep it Together, Cherish, Act of Contrition.




    #9. Hard Candy


    If only I could type enough words to express how underrated I feel Hard Candy is. jj4 The only tragic song is Spanish Lesson, and she's released worse songs. Yeah Hard Candy does lack lyrically sometimes, but I just enjoy it and I can't help it. 

    Fave songs: 4 Minutes, Devil Wouldn't Recognize You, Voices, Candy Shop.

    Least fave songs: Spanish Lesson trash1 



    #8. Rebel Heart


    I've had a love/hate relationship with Rebel Heart. Loved it when it first came out, then grew to dislike it a lot, even calling it my second-least fave after LAV for a while. Recently I realized how good it is though. Yeah, Rebel Heart has some low points, but it has some of her highest points since COADF and American Life. Also, Bitch I'm Madonna is a massive bop, despite how lyrically deprived it is.

    Fave songs: Ghosttown, Living for Love, Bitch I'm Madonna (BOP), Hold Tight, Joan of Arc, HeartBreakCity.

    Least fave songs: S.E.X. ( awk1 ), Beautiful Scars, Body Shop.



    #7. MDNA


    Her second most underrated and hated on album after Hard Candy. I despised MDNA when I first heard it in 2012, but now I love it. MDNA simply serves the bops! There's some missteps (Superstar), but also some major triumphs (I'm Addicted). It also has fantastic bonus tracks, bar B-Day Trash. Overall, MDNA does not deserve the hate it gets.

    Fave songs: I'm Addicted, Girl Gone Wild, I'm a Sinner, Love Spent, Turn Up the Radio

    Least fave songs: Superstar, B-Day Song.



    #6. Confessions on a Dance Floor


    For the longest time, I found COADF painfully overrated. I still do find it a trifle overrated, but I realized it is one of her better albums. The dance music of COADF was a such a nice change-up after American Life. If Future Lovers and I Love New York were replaced with better songs, this would have perhaps made it to my top 5 nat1 

    Fave songs: Hung Up, Get Together, Sorry, Let It Will Be, Push, Forbidden Love.

    Least fave songs: Future Lovers, I Love New York.



    #5. American Life


    American Life did NOT deserve the draggings it received upon its release. Lyrics wise, it's honestly some of her best. Nothing Fails is one of my favorite Madonna songs ever, and the lyrics never fail to get me teary eyed. The rap parts she tried to incorporate are somewhat..... extra orangu1 but they're not that bad. The best songs on the album are the guitar driven ones. The whole album slays though, even my least faves jj2 

    Fave Songs: Nothing Fails, Easy Ride, Intervention, X-Static Process, Love Profusion

    Least fave songs: Nobody Knows Me, Mother and Father



    #4. Erotica


    I used to not be as huge on Erotica as I am now, but my most recent listen simply floored me. This was a major turning point for Madonna's career and it's the beginning of a flawless streak of 90s and early 2000s Madge albums that make up my top 5 jj2 Did You Do It? and Bye Bye Baby are trash, but the rest of the tracks are so flaw free that they make up for it.

    Fave Songs: Deeper and Deeper, Bad Girl, Waiting, Thief of Hearts, Rain.

    Least Faves: Did You Do It?, Bye Bye Baby.



    #3. Bedtime Stories


    I feel like the consensus on Bedtime Stories is divided among the Madonna fanbase. Some find it boring, and some think it's either her best or one of her best. I think BS is the first album Madge released that has zero filler. There's not a bad song. I love the smooth R&B sound.

    Fave songs: Bedtime Story, Secret, Survival, Inside of Me, Sanctuary

    Least fave songs: None



    #2. Music


    I personally find Music to be her most bizarre album. It's a combo between electronic music, and folky stuff. I've always described Music's sound as "cowboys vs aliens" and I still find that description pretty accurate orangu1 Like Bedtime Stories, there's not a flaw here.

    Fave songs: I Deserve It, Paradise (Not for Me), Gone, Amazing, What it Feels Like for a Girl

    Least fave songs: None



    #1. Ray of Light


    Ray of Light being at #1 was probably expected, as it seems most Madonna fans, and critics as well, consider it her best. Ray of Light deserves ever single bit of praise it receives. It's a spiritual experience to listen to it, and it's one of my favorite albums of all time. A true work of art. No flaws!

    Fave songs: Every single song jj2 

    Least fave songs: None


    Hope y'all enjoy jj2 I'm going to do Kylie next! 



    #HuntySUGGESTS: Please, Firetiger, Anarchy, Razorblade

    #HuntySKIPS: Intro, Grade & Liquor, No. 1 Lady


    Neon Hitch (her actual name) is an English singer, songwriter, and stoner. She was featured on a decently big hit a couple years back by Gym Class Heroes called "Ass Back Home", but has really struggled commercially as an artist, considering that she scrapped her last album concept, Eleutheromaniac, due to monetary issues. I'm relatively new to her discography, but I've pretty much immersed myself in her discography for the past few months. "Fuck U Betta," "Get Over U," and "Yard Sale" constitute my pre-Anarchy trinity, though "Picasso," "Click Click," "Some Like It Hot" and "Subtitles" are all masterpieces!

    Going into this album, I was expecting a lot considering the relative quality of her previous work. However, upon first-listen, I was left incredibly disappointed by the overall cheapness of the album, literally. The production is really cheap on songs like "Neighborhood", though I can't really fault her for it considering her various monetary predicaments in the past. But like .... ~50% of the album is either literally freestyled or just comes off as freestyled. The album comes off as quite rushed, which is disappointing.

    However, there are a lot of standouts on Anarchy that made the wait ultimately ... mildly worth it. "Please" is a lovely ballad that I personally believe ranks among the best of her discography. It's just a really simple love ballad and I think it's more resonant than a lot of the cuts on the album.. A lot of the album comes off as a drugged haze (all shade to Neon tbh!), but "Firetiger" is a really soulful mess that I also think has a lot of resonance as a whole. According to @Americunt, it was actually intended to be a tribute to Amy Winehouse for three reasons (her being roommates with Amy, the whole tiger/"Lioness" conceit, and the general Frank-esque air to it), which made it come off as a lot more moving to me altogether. I also liked the title track for being boppy (albeit freestyled af), and "Razorblade" for being generally cool. It's a messy album, but the highlights are really nice.

    Altogether, I'm not entirely sure if I personally thought the wait for Anarchy was ENTIRELY worth it, considering all the lowlights, but the highlights are awesome and definitely snatch my edges!


    #HuntyNITPICKS: Ultimately, you'll prefer it if you're a previous stan of Neon Hitch, but songs like "Please" and "Firetiger" are really beautiful so check those out first tbqmfh  tLcu9tG.gif




    #HuntySUGGESTS: Symmetry of Two Hearts, Home. Careful Whisper, Won't Do

    #HuntySKIPS: Little Bit, Into the Night, All in the Name


    Bright Light Bright Light is the stage moniker of Welsh singer-songwriter Rod Thomas, and his music can loosely be surprised as nu-disco-influenced dance music. His music is very fucking gay, but Choreography is definitely more flamboyantly gay than his previous albums. There's literally a song about rough anal on this album, whereas the gayest he got on Life Is Easy was the saccharine "Lust for Life." Basically, if you're homosexual, you should check out his music because sometimes some male musical dick isn't that bad!

    Honestly though, my biggest problem with Choreography was with how bloated it was. It's so gay it's almost hard to swallow (no pun intended!), especially considering the lengths of some songs. Apparently this album was intended to be a concept album of sorts, akin to some kind of stage production, which is why everything is so big and overblown. I understand what he was going for from an artistic perspective, but if you compare songs like "All in the Name" to songs like "There Are No Miracles" ... it's a little much.

    Altogether it was a good album though! This album was mostly very hit-and-miss, but the standouts were really nice. "Symmetry of Two Hearts" is definitely my favorite from the album, mostly because it's like shimmering in gay camp. A lot of this album comes off as a male and gay Light Years considering how campy it is in general. Of course, there are a lot of points on the album that are introspective and emotional, like the midtempos "Home" and "Won't Do". Another standout is "Careful Whisper", which is one of the best ballads on here imo. Bright Light x2 ultimately wound up doing the ballads better justice than he did the uptempos, which was funny considering that I thought he did the opposite with his last album.

    Ultimately, I thought it was a step down from Life Is Easy, but I personally thought that that was a great album regardless, so it would be hard to top either way. I'll just have to listen to Make Me Believe In Hope in full first to fully assess the quality of this album in comparison to the rest of his discography. 


    #HuntySUGGESTS: but only if you identify as gay




    #HuntySUGGESTS: White Light (Single Edit), Indecision, Make It Up, Touch

    #HuntySKIPS: Kidz 'N' Stuff, The Space Tapes, White Light (Extended Cut)


    Shura is the stage name of a winter lesbian named Alexandra Lilah Denton, and she's a singer, songwriter, and producer. I've been into her since "Touch", but my interest as her has been fluctuating over the years: I never liked "2Shy", always felt super indifferent towards "Just Once", but I did like "Indecision" and I did love "White Light". Her music is like ... vaguely chillwave, but she's incorporated heavier beats for this album which was nice!

    The process of waiting for this album was excrutiating to say the least given her fucking nerve to make us wait so many years of almost complete silence to wait for shit like "The Space Tapes". The fucking audacity ... this album can be so self-indulgent in that sense to the point that it's almost ridiculous. "The Space Tapes" is legitimately a 10 minute song which is literally three random acapellas, from three different songs on this album, stitched together under an ugly waltz instrumental. She really went fucking overboard and Pitchfork to the max. tLcu9tG.giftLcu9tG.giftLcu9tG.giftLcu9tG.giftLcu9tG.giftLcu9tG.gif . She even tainted her best song by elongating it and tacking on a different closer to it, which was ridiculous also. The last two songs literally make up a 20 minute long lull. C'mon hunty ...

    She's lucky I like her though! The production here is like really rich and it works a lot better for the more immersive songs on the album like "White Light" and "Touch". "Make It Up" and the title track are the two best new cuts from Nothing's Real, but they still strike me as mildly fillery tbh. The strongest songs on the album are the pre-release singles barring "The Space Tapes'. "White Light" has a really nice groove to it that strikes me as disco-influenced, which is cool though I do prefer the curtailed single cut because it was spread pretty thin across the album extended cut. "Indecision" and "Touch" are super glossy and really resonant, which is also something I can even say about "2Shy" which I don't even care about that much. I really wished she remastered "Just Once" though and put it on the album because there were a lot of places that it'd have worked out for her better than certain album tracks (i.e. "Kidz 'N' Stuff I mean wow pls).

    Overall, it was a disappointment but it was still good! It was one of the stronger albums released this month but definitely not the strongest, as that probably went to something a lot more coherent like For All We Know. Maybe the album will be more effective for people who are first sampling Shura, but the contrast between the already-released singles and the now-released album tracks is .... glaringly obvious.


    #HuntySUGGESTS: ultimately, it could've been a lot better, but I think it'll sound a lot better to fresh ears than it did for me! I did like it regardless though



    also I just wanted to remind everyone of the superior single!

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    Today when I came home I watched a movie called "Eden" via Google play. I was browsing IMDB last night and came across an actor called Ethan Peck. It looked interesting and so I rented it and watched it when I came home today. Mainly cause Ethan was in it hehe


    As far as the movie was decent. 6/10. Lots of action and has lots of suspense. It's not your typical lost on an island movie. Ethan looked great in it and there were some other good looking supporting cast members as well. This is a great movie to watch on a stay in weekend night with one other person. 



    I'm looking for my next movie right now to watch probably tomorrow when I can't sleep at night and I'm debating between 


    (Because Ethan is in it. Moo is in it too. Woo!) 



    (because Bren Foster is in it)


    (This is Bren Foster)


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    Well i want to express my feelings about my second fave discography cry9 (inspired by 3 blogs i guess sia2 )

    6. Oops!... I Did It Again


    This is my least favorite album, sometimes I bop to Oops and Stronger and cry to Lucky and DLMBTLTK, but I can live without it, When Your Eyes Say It is another good song, should've been single, I think it's a cringe album, but still having some good lyrics/sounds, and the songs mentioned, anyway, I can understand that she was a teen blabla but... still not, I don't like it a lot tbh

    5. ...Baby One More Time


    I like this album more than Oops, and one of the best debuts from my faves, buuut still a little bit weak, amazing singles, good album tracks, my favorites are Sometimes, E-Mail My Heart and Born to Make You Happy, Soda pop is a bop tho,this album is iconic

    4.Britney/Britney Jean


    I don't get why the Britney Jean hate, its not her best album but it's so personal and so Britney, maybe it wasn't the direction it should be (Because of shit.i.am) but still having a lot of great songs like Alien, Perfume, Don't Cry, Passenger, Now That I Found You... and I think that's how she wanted her album, I think actually Alien is one of her best songs ever done, this is the definition of underrated, it's one of my favorites.

    About Britney: she got more mature, more than Oops and Baby, excellent singles, excellent songs, I'm a Slave 4 U is iconic, one of her signatures, just like 2 fillers, my favorites are Anticipating, Boys, I'm a Slave 4 U, I Run Away and I Love Rock & Roll, it's like a Pre-In The Zone, they are a little bit similar, I love it

    I like more Britney Jean than Britney, but i think it's the way it should be rated

    3.Femme Fatale/In The Zone


    Two very different albums, while In The Zone is more urban, Femme Fatale is more Dance.

    What I love about Femme Fatale is how after all the shit she live, she could make this flawless album, to make us happy, as she did with Circus, she had a very bad reputation because she didn't dance, didn't sing and people think she was over, I love how she can shut up them all with songs from this album like He About to Lose Me, Criminal, Don't Keep Me Waiting, Inside Out, Gasoline, Selfish... should I continue?

    In The Zone is something new to Britney, this album had a lot of potential to take more singles, but after her accident it wasn't possible, but I can imagine Breathe on Me, Touch of My Hand and/or I Got That Boom Boom as singles, Outrageous is a bad single choice, not even close to Me Against the Music or Toxic, neither Everytime. I don't like the fact that Don't Hang Up and The Answer kept as bonus tracks, Don't Hang Up is one of the best songs on the album, it deserved more than that



    This album is one of her most personal albums, with songs like My Baby, Unusual You, Amnesia, Trouble... I love this album SOOOOOOO MUCH and she deserved what she got with this album, good tour sales, good album sales, nice singles, everything is fine with this album, the problem is, that she could promote it a little bit more, and maybe a last single after Radar could be Unusual You or Lace and Leather, what I love about this album is that you can bop or chill with this album, that's how you raise like a Phoenix, my favorite songs are Unusual You, Rock Me In, Amnesia, Lace and Leather, My Baby... what makes me angry about this is that it had a lot of editions around the world, with different bonus tracks that actually deserved to be on the album!!! I read that she recorded like 40 songs for this album... I wonder how the other songs sound like



    Her bible, ahead of its time, inspired a lot of artist after it relase, added to Rock and Roll hall of fame WHEN WILL YOUR FAVES??? that's how you make an iconic album, "It's Britney Bitch" she says (that's Iconic too) she did it, she just re invent herself and then made this bible, after all the shit she had to live as FF, she did it, this album makes me emotional not gonna lie cry9 for what it means and for everything, no fillers on this album, my favorite song is Heaven on Earth, one of my favorite songs ever, it means a lot to me, I love it, Outta This world is other of my faves, so sad it was just a bonus track, same with Get Back and Everybody... Piece of Me is iconic, Get Naked is the #1 that got away, sadly we got just 3 singles from this album (If we don't count Radar) but I think that Heaven on Earth, Freakshow, Get Naked, Perfect Lover and Toy Soldier, could have been hits if they were released... Break The Ice is the only song that doesn't make me (ooh) like the others, but still a cute bop, I love how happy she could feel after this album, and if you disagree just look at this


    she did it, I love Britney so much <3 

  8. Artist: De Martijn

    Song: Through the Waves (Sinewaves Radio Deep Remix)

    Album: Through the Waves

    Genre: Tropical House

    Language: English

    Release Year: 2015


  9. This month I got Selena Gomez's Revival vinyl whit1

    (Turns out it was 2 day priority mail and that's why the damn thing cost 40 fucking dollars rip3)

    (Pics enhanced for viewing pleasure) jj2

    Front & Back





    Inside Gatefold



    Lyrics Sheet



    Inner Sleeve



    The Vinyl cry7




    I'll let you guys know how it sounds when i get to play it cry7

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    debut album // dissected

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    released: march 31st, 2016

    recorded: 2016

    genre: pop, electronic, pop-rock

    length: 45:16 (Std.), 54:38 (Dlx.)

    label: Mercury

    featured artists: Troye Sivan, Ed Sheeran, twenty one pilots

    writers: Alessia Cara, Alex Hope, Max Martin, Matthew Healy, George Daniel, Beyonce Knowles, Tyler Joseph, Ryan Tedder, Howard Lawrence, Guy Lawrence, Seanmericunt

    producers: Alex Hope (executive), Mike Spencer, Max Martin, Shellback, Ilya Salmanzadeh, Beyonce Knowles, Pop & Oak, James Napier, Diplo, Ryan Tedder, Alessia Cara


    first promotional single // far beyond the stars



    released: march 4th, 2016

    genre: pop, downtempo

    length: 4:07

    writers: alessia cara, seanmericunt

    producers: alessia cara


    lead single // idiots. (feat. Troye Sivan)



    released: march 16th, 2016

    genre: pop, synth-pop

    length: 3:34

    writers: alessia cara, max martin, troye sivan

    producers: max martin, shellback


    second single // explosive


    released: march 28th, 2016

    genre: electro-pop

    length: 3:15

    writers: alessia cara, alex hope

    producers: alex hope, james napier


    third single // figure it out

    released: april 7th, 2016

    genre: r&b, pop

    length: 3:40

    writers: alessia cara, alex hope, tyler joseph

    producers: pop & oak





    start date: june 6 (april 16-29 festival/promo uk tour)

    end date: november 6 (extra dates at toronto on dec 22, 31)

    legs: 4


    number of shows

    40 in north america

    11 in europe

    2 in australia

    53 total



    wake up (intro)


    figure it out

    the theory of everything

    thinking out loud (cover)

    flying colors



    explosive / bad blood / chemical x



    state of mind (acoustic)

    begin (acoustic)

    *song of the day*

    *fan choice*


    little birdy / wings (adam's song) / dream boy (cover)

    far beyond the stars




    challenge 1: the label festival // challenge 2: the single // challenge 3: the music video // challenge 4 pt. 1: the schedule | pt. 2: the tv interview // challenge 5: the album // challenge 6: the tour




         Single           Artist(s) W1 W2 W3 W4 W5 W6
    Far Beyond The Stars Alessia Cara 11 24 21 23 - -
    idiots. Alessia Cara feat. Troye Sivan & Kendrick Lamar - 6 4 13 15 15
    Explosive Alessia Cara - - - 7 10 11
    Chemical X Troye Sivan feat. Alessia Cara - - - - 3 4
    Figure It Out Alessia Cara  feat. twenty one pilots - - - - - 2


    Album Artist W1 W2 W3 W4 W5 W6
    Dissected Alessia Cara - - - 3 2 1





      #   Single Artist(s)
    30 Far Beyond The Stars Alessia Cara
    7 idiots. Alessia Cara feat. Troye Sivan & Kendrick Lamar
    20 Explosive Alessia Cara
    15 Chemical X Troye Sivan feat. Alessia Cara
    36 Figure It Out Alessia Cara  feat. twenty one pilots


     #  Album Artist
    3 Dissected (Deluxe) Alessia Cara




     #      Single Artist(s) Chart-Peak Weeks On Chart
    150   Far Beyond The Stars   Alessia Cara 11 4
    14 idiots. Alessia Cara feat. Troye Sivan and Kendrick Lamar 4 5
    110 Explosive Alessia Cara 7 3
    84 Chemical X Troye Sivan feat. Alessia Cara 3 2
    211 Figure It Out Alessia Cara  feat. twenty one pilots 2 1


     #  Album Artist Chart-Peak Weeks On Chart
    7 Dissected Alessia Cara 7 3



    thank you for your votes!


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    So basically I started having pain earlier this week and the doctors kept telling me it was either a pulled muscle or an inflamed nerve. The pain kept getting worse, until yesterday when I started feeling better. Then all of a sudden last night at around 10:30 something happened (don't wanna go into detail) and my parents rushed me to the ER, and it turned out it was actually a cyst causing my pain and that it had abscessed. They had to make an incision right there and drain it, and they had to fill it so tomorrow I have to go back so they can change the filling. They told me there's s chance it could come back, and that if it does they're gonna recommend surgery. Everyone has assured me that things will be fine because it might not come back and that if it does it'll be easy to fix, but the whole thing still has me scared.


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    latest?cb=20160312073753So i'm just to lazy to describe  this album, so i will use numbers. 7/10 nice work i guess. rach1

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    This past week something has occurred that I never thought would happen in a million years. I am actually stanning an Ari album. I don't Like Yours Truly at all. It's not my kind of music. My Everything has some cute songs but otherwise it's just nothing special imo. Dangerous Woman however is amazing. Ariana completely shattered my expectations. She really could have kicked off the era in a worse way. Focus is completely crap. I'm so glad she ditched the Moonlight title and album. Cause I'm sure it would have been a ME rehash or some other basic shit. Now, while I find the album to be amazing, the art direction sure as hell isn't. The album shoot bar a few pics, the messy polaroid-esque covers (which some do like @Hyun.mad1)

    Anyway, I plan to a track by track review for the entire album. That will include all bonus tracks. So, without further adieu, let the review commence!


    Okay, so this was the original album title and the original album was probably much more in the vein of this and Focus. Thank the fucking gods she ditched it. Unfortunately she did not ditch this song. Don't get me wrong Moonlight is a cute little bop but it does not fit on the album at all. And is there a worse place to put it than right at the fucking start. It's literally like a god damn lullaby. Like Ari sis come on. I get she likes it a lot. But just throw it on an EP with Focus and put that out. Don't sacrifice the crucial opening moment of an album just because you still wanna include your fav song from an album concept you scrapped. Anyway, rant over. Moving on.


    Now this should have opened the album. It sets the mood straight away. It's amazing. Ari executed a flawless midtempo. One of many on the album. When this was released as the first taste of Dangerous Woman I was hooked. Had this not came out I probably wouldn't have given a fuck about the album. For the first time something Ariana did actually captured my attention. This song is pure gold. It's so good. The vocals in the hooks slay lives. "I wanna savor / Save it for later /The taste of flavor / Cause I'm a taker / Cause I'm a giver / It's only nature / I live for danger". Can we just stop and discuss the fucking slayage of that line. This is what the true opening song should have been. It would have been such a killer, powerful opening. Ari why did you pass up this opportunity oprah13 


    I really loved this song when she first performed it on SNL or whatever show it was. I love how it has a very very slight tinge of the tropical house trend without being reductive. The finger snaps throughout are a nice touch. It's easy and breezy. I don't know how well it really fits on the album necessarily. It strikes me as a song that was probably written for Moonlight and made it onto Dangerous Woman. Luckily Be Alright fits a lot more on the album than Moonlight. I think this would have worked slightly better had it been placed before Side To Side. The reggae/tropical vibes would have complimented each other nicely. 


    Okay Ariana. Where the fuck were you hiding this. THIS IS A FUCKING MASTERPIECE. What a song. It's been a while since a song has slayed me so fucking hard. Everything about this song shits on careers. And it's a shame this will probably never get the level of slayage it deserves chart wise. First we got the heavenly pre-chorus and then it comes crashing into the phenomenal chorus. Okay now can we discuss THE FUCKING BRIDGE. It's so fucking epic. This song is just everything. Ari sis. Why did you waste time on Foshit when you are capable of producing stuff like this. This is a conspiracy. She is single handedly trying to ruin has success. Ari stop this madness right now and make the bops the singles and give em flawless videos and let them slay like they deserve to oprah13 


    Ariana and Nicki are legit the dream team. They can do no wrong together. What even is this piece of reggae slayage. This song got me moving side to side in some kinda fucked up line dance shit and I don't even know. This song does things to me. Then Nicki comes in with ha caribbean tinged verse and I just die and transcend to heaven where we all be moving side to side and bopping demi1 Slay with that dick bicycle. This song is just so infectious. It gets stuck in your head so fucking quick. The pre-chorus just builds before it crashes into the chorus which just gets you moving without even realizing it. Fuck Jay Z and Bey. Nicki and Ari need to do an album together alex1 I LIVE for this yas2 


    If I didn't decide this was gonna be a track by track review I would pretend this doesn't exist. First of all I detest Lil Wayne. Second this song is such a snoozefest. Like Ari must have thought everyone be too tired of dancing side to side that she needed to give them nyquil in audio form. Good bye. rip1 


    Then right out of fucking nowhere Ari jerks you back to consciousness from the abysmal state of drowsiness she just induced you into with ha operatic GRRREEEEEEEEEDDAAAAAYYYYYYYY opening to this song. This song is such a bop demi1 The pre-chorus is repetitive but does its job of being catchy as hell. The then chorus comes crashing in and got me just like demi1yas2alex1 And the the GREEEEEEEDDDDDDAAAAAAYYYYYY returns in the chorus and got me like xtina10 The chorus is just so infectious. The whole song is a total ear worm. Ari sis why did you have to smash a clunker in between to smashes um2 


    Woo lawd. This song. This is how you do a fucking midtempo. The atmosphere of this song is fucking incredible. Macy Gray really makes this song. Her sections are phenomenal. They really add a much needed dimension to this song. Her deep vocals give a darker, rougher feeling to the song and it is so so great. Ari and Macy could do such an epic film noir video for this and it would slay so fucking hard. Come through queens alex1 This is so much better than the snoozefest two songs back ny12 


    This was great then the chorus came in. Good bye sis. rip1 


    The opening la la la la la la's really threw me off. I was like wtf is this folk shit dead2 This song is cute overall. It's another that seems like its from Moonlight to me. Not one of my faves but its definitely not bad by any means. It's one of those cute album tracks that is just there.


    This album seems to be taking a downward turn with the last few tracks. This is a traditional Ari ballad imo. Nothing crazy special about it. But it's cute and not the worst song so that's a plus I guess orangu1 


    Okay now the bops are back. This is great. We got dat hood love, we got dat good love demi1 I don't make bad decisions but I'm gonna bop to this like I do alex1demi1 This song continues a common element throughout most of the uptempos on the album with having a huge crashing chorus. Which I really love so this album is straight up my alley. 


    Okay why the fuck was this holy anthem kept till so far at the end alex1 Ari sis this is incredible. This song oozes sex out of every pore without trying to hard. The chorus is fucking immense. The pulsing in the chorus just pounds into your skull when listening through good headphones. And the fucking bridge yet again. The vocal effect is so great and the quick build up to the final explosion which completely demolished my weave. Ari blew it clean off. Obliterated every fucking follicle alex1 Everybody wanna touch it alex1 yassss queen yas2 


    Normally I hate when artists pull this. Half a song stitched onto a full song. Like stop being a lazy hoe and complete the first part and separate the two for fucks sake orangu1 I still hate that Ari did it but at least both parts are flawless. Actually that makes me hate ha for doing it even more. Bitch get your shit together ny12 


    Okay queue the tears. This song hits me in places so fucking hard. I legit cried. It's so relatable and its so heavenly and beautiful. The gloriously sparse first chorus fall6 The bridge into the last epic chorus fall7 This song is fucking incredible oprah4 Ari sis how did you create such a masterpiece fall2 I relate to this just soo much ny3 I can't even deal cry3 brb I need to cry again cry4cry5 


    Ari bringing that motivational anthem. This just gets you going and on your feet demi1 Just pumps you up cry6 It's a tad repetitive but I think it works in this songs case. I really really love the a cappella final lines. I think its a great way to end the song oprah1 


    This is cute but not really anything special imo. But I can bop to it a bit. And her vocals are pretty great on here. Props to Ari for closing the album on a high note clap3 



    Alright, so Dangerous Woman is hands down my favorite album from Ariana. It's also her best and anyone who thinks otherwise can fight me. lj1 Again I'm so glad we got this over Moonshit. I don't even wanna imaging what kind of a mess that would have been. Ain't no one here for yo lullabies and Problem rehashes Ariana lj1 Pull yourself together and get the quality music out. We know you can as so many songs on Dangerous Woman are more than proof of that lj1 I definitely plan to be bopping hardcore to this album for quite a while lj1 It's just so good lj1 Ari really outdid herself lj1 Not that that was difficult by any means but still lj1 


    And with that my incredibly messy Dangerous Woman review is finished kesha4 If you actually read the whole thing I hope you enjoyed it kesha4 I hope you also manage to get the life back that you wasted on reading this kesha4 And before the Ari stans come in to drag me from dragging Moonshit kesha4 Lemme say I do not give a fuck kesha4 Y'all are grown ass thinks and should not be listening to these lullabies kesha4 Next y'all gonna be asking yo daddies to sing this shit to you kesha4 Step yo bussies up and stan the true bops on the album kesha4 This has been a review by BLUE. in case you didn't already know kesha4 Goodnight sluts kesha4 

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    feeling like I'm the only person that likes every single cover except the Japanese ver. tbh.



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    Last night, I went to the ANTi World Tour in New Orleans.

    I'm just basically gonna tell y'all the story.

    So, Here it is:

    The concert started at 7:30, so we left at 6:15 so we would get there around 7:00/6:45.

    When we arrived, it was around 7:05. We walked in the arena/stadium/whatever it's called, and I got merch.

    I got the $50 longsleve shirt which had a picture of Rihanna and it had the tourdates on the back and I got a foam finger.

    I didn't really like it that much because: 1. It was longsleve and 2. It was itchy as hell.

    So, we went to our seats and waited for a couple minutes before we decided to go get nachos.

    When we were walking, I saw the merch stand and I went to go return my shirt.

    I returned my longsleve shirt and I got 2 $25 dollar shirts instead.

    We went back to our seats and Travis Scott came on. I had no idea who he was before the concert

    He performed a couple of songs and proceeded to smoke weed on stage. anna1

    Legit I couldn't escape the smell of weed. It was disgusting. ew1

    After he left the stage, we waited like 40 minutes for her to come out.

    Some dude in back of me spilled his beer all over my white shirt. I was about to fight a bitch. rih10

    When the lights dimmed down, I legit screamed at the top of my lungs (and peed a little).

    She performed Stay first. Everyone was singing. Ngl, I cried a little. brit2

    When she performed Love The Way You Lie Pt. 2, everyone was quiet because, let's be real. It floppedT. brit10

    After, she performed a few more songs on some bridge looking thing.

    When she performed Woo, I was bopping so hard. yas1

    Everyone was gridin' up on there girlfriends/boyfriends when she sang 'Sex With Me'.

    I was standing there with my cousin like. brit10

    She performed a bunch of more songs, but I'm not going to get into detail because my hand hurts. dead4

    I fell down when she performed BBHMM. Legit, this was me: fall5

    When she performed man down, my poor bussy was sore from bopping so hard.

    OH MAMA. fall6

    MAMA. fall7

    MAMA. fall3

    I SHOT A MAN DOWN. fall2


    She ended with Kiss It Better. When it ended, she said "Thank you, New Orleand. I can't wait to come back.'



    That's basically all. Hope you enjoyed reading it. I had a wonderful time and I hope y'all get to experience a Rihanna concert one day.


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  13. TL;DR hack: just read everything that's bolded! jj2 


    In an era where payola is the key to success and Twitter overhypes anyone who's seen the top 10 of the hot 100, when is not refreshing to discover a new artist? DVSN is a Drake-approved and Drake-signed Canadian duo made up of the producer Nineteen85 and the singer Daniel Daley that I discovered sometime last month after letting YouTube go wild with it's whole autoplay feature. Never really went back to listen to their stuff after that night but I was bored and had figured they had an album out by now because unlike RCA, :), Drake knows he has a flop label and doesn't mind letting his flop signees provide the world with some tunes!




    The Line and With Me are probably the most notable tracks on this album, both being singles and both being 7 minutes long. With Me is the better of the 2. The lyrics are repetitive trash that can be summed up with the line, "Fuck with me now", but where the song exceeds is in it's sound. Showing it's true roots in R&B, it almost creates a feeling of rolling around in the sheets with someone who you're blindly in love with. It's probably the shortest 7 minute track known to man, the production just leaves you wanting more.

    In complete contrast, you have The Line, which is one of the most boring, try-hard "I want to be PBR&B so bad!" songs I've heard since that ugly song Blue from Beyonce's self-titled! Though the lyrics are much much better than With Me and most of the tracks on the album, the sound is so cringe, so bad, and so long. One of the best things about With Me is when a female vocalists and a choir of sorts sneaks in with a cute "yeah yeah yeah yeah" adlib that creates such a heavenly feeling because it is simply done right. But The Line literally takes that adlib and makes it a sample, looping it for at least 6 WHOLE MINUTES which doesn't sound bad until you realize that the sample sounds like some obese lion seal sending out a depressing mating call or better yet!! :) like they drugged some poor guy and recorded him trying to sing while choking on a dick! How come Sampha isn't credited for his OBVIOUS appearance on this album? :) Not only does it just sound horrible but it often crashes with the the verses and no level of synth can hide that! I don't even care about any of The Line's good qualities because every single one of them were done better on With Me. 

    The bottom line is that from the start, it's very important that you know DVSN is capable of perfection but just as capable of trash. They show it best in attempts to remake their golden tracks. This can be seen in a song like Hallucinations, where the lead singer's falsetto is used to create this amazing atmosphere of tranquility. You can feel the song get better and better with every wave of synths, making an effortless slow jam but this same falsetto is taken to lead Try/Effortless and falls flat in the aspect of what it could've been, only ending up sounding like some rejected Nick Jonas demo that got bamboozled with a bunch of trendy sound effects. 



    Don't get me wrong, of course I love my fave but everyone knows that all Drake has done with his OVO sound label is sign people who remind him of himself. I support him and everything he's done/is doing for urban but he is more than likely an egotistical maniac who is aware that every male in R&B/rap wants to sound and be their own version of Drake. DVSN is one of Drake's many clones, they've just added their own unique flavor to the formula. A lot of this can be credited to the fact that the producer of the duo is Nineteen85, a longtime producer of Drake who is responsible for bops like Hotline Bling, Truffle Butter and One Dance.

    While at many points in the album you can hear similarities in the production, all of the songs are taken to a level that Drake's production usually shies away from. Unlike Drake's amazing but usually repetitive beats, DVSN's production is very interactive with the lead singer but often times can feel overdone. It doesn't change the fact that Angela's instrumental sounds like a calmer version of the second half of Drake's Furthest Thing and Too Deep sounds like it could be an extensions of How Bout Now's hook. The good thing is that if all else fails in a Drake song, you will always have a great beat to jam out to. The bad thing is that if all else fails in a Drake song, the lyrics ripped directly from the man-diary of a fuckboy was 100% the main reason why! Throughout the 10 songs on SEPT. 5TH, the lyrics fail to vary from your everyday, "I guess I actually might've hurt my ex", "sex will fix all of our problems, lol its not a big deal" and my personal favorite "you're different from the rest, I guess I'll be a decent person!" 

    In a way, it's not exactly hard to love the lyrics in songs like Hallucinations, The Line and Angela where the effort put into the lyrics are more than evident, they try to tell a story, they attempt to paint a picture and it's executed. You can even appreciate the lyrics in songs like Too Deep and In + Out where they at least sound sexy and completely fit with the atmosphere that's created. And yet, you'll never cringe harder than when you sit back and try to make sense of the writing in Sept 5th, With Me and Do It Well, the latter serving Drake's stripper fetish better than he has himself!



    Just putting that out there. Though Daniel Daley's falsetto is truly ear candy, his enunciation sucks ass. Usually, I don't mind that. I stan Michael Jackson, Janet Jackson, FKA twigs, Ariana Grande and Tinashe and though they are all known for being talented, none of them are exactly known for their ability when it comes to pronouncing the English language. What makes it so bad on this album is that he mumbles every chance he gets because someone told him that was his signature sound but was cruel enough to make him believe that was a good thing!

    His vocals can actually add to the music in a song like Too Deep, where he depends on ad-libing and chopping his parts up for the sake of our ears the beat. Daniel's voice could even be useful when he actually sounds like he's not on his deathbed, like in SEPT 5TH and Try/Effortless. But the philosophy of mumbling equating to sounding sexy, one that has been popularized by the likes of Justin Bieber, proves it's own theory wrong once again. Even when he's mumbling he's so nasally and it certainly doesn't help. He's probably only had one octave his whole life and that wont change no matter how much he attempts to scream in the second half of With Me and The Line. The fact that he can half-ass screaming but can't half ass his voice cracking :) No like we seriously need to reflect on this, he wouldn't let himself scream full out to make up for his lack of vocal ability but he still cracked harder than Mariah trying to whistle after the 90's  1438716144482s.jpg

    Anyways, it's more than clear that the star here is the production and not the singing itself. If there was any time in this album where the vocals were truly expanding the sound and not just holding it back, it would be when the mystery female singer and her choir squad came in and made Daniel sound like, well.. Daniel, it doesn't get any worse than him!



    This album isn't ugly, but it still needs some contour to smooth out the rough edges. For anyone who enjoys a good PBR&B, soul album, this album is a great addition to your library and though you'll very rarely go back to listen to it in full, when a song like Too Deep or Hallucination pops up on shuffle, you'll be in a thoughtless reverie of good music. But god bless you if The Line shows up instead carla1 


    With amazing production but lyrics that lack consistency in quality and vocals that can become beyond annoying if you listen too close, I give it a 7.7

    Replay: Too Deep, With Me, Hallucinations, Angela

    Skip: Another One, Do It Well

    Delete: The Line 


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    Leona Lewis - Glassheart

    A woman stands against a pink-coloured brick wall. Her long dark brown flowing hair is pulled to one side and she stares directly at the camera. She has two star-shaped beauty spots, one beneath each eye. Her red and black sequin dress sits across her shoulders.


    Album Artist: LEONA LEWIS

    Genre: R&B/Synthpop

    Dr. Puke presence: MINIMUM (co-wrote "Lovebird")


    1.- Trouble

    This song is about heartbreak. But not the typical heartbreak a la "Too Little Too Late" or "Leave (Get Out)" (R.I.P. JoJo blog http://i.imgur.com/p8UAm7x.png). In this case Leona is telling her lover it's not her fault he's suffering because she already warned him. http://lh5.ggpht.com/_twrXBYPQoWk/S0A61jaOXjI/AAAAAAAACM0/WroYqC1V6e4/s128/mariah4.gif I think it's a bop and a good choice as a lead single, her vocals are great as always and the chorus is powerful but repetitive. I don't think it would grow on me to be honest.


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    2.- Un Love Me


    WHAT A BEAUTIFUL BALLAD! I'm a ballads lover and I must confess this one slayed me http://thepopzone.net/uploads/emoticons/default_moocry.gif Once again, it's a break up song, she was cheated but she can't break the relationship because she is still feeling things and remembering memories cry5 Fierce vocals. It's catchy, the chorus is nice but the best part are the other verses. It's a 4 minutes song but it's so short at the same time cry9 I could be listening to it all day.

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    3.- Lovebird

    Another break up song. I loved this one too! Lyrically I think it's wonderful the way she compares a overprotective relationship and the freedom with a bird and its wings. Nothing new really but I think it's cute. It's a pretty dum dum diddy song (I'm not mad, the chorus says this ny6) but that's it. rav2 I don't see it as a second and last single, a really bad choice.

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    4.- Come Alive

    It's hard to understand the song, she pronounces well it's not that rav1 It gives me heartbreak vibes too but on the other hand it's a song that clearly talks about sex, and how she embraces the pain but I don't know what kind of pain brit10 I think it could be a good song... For Eurovision brit10 Because I swear I've listened to a bunch of similar songs in there jj4 But this one is not even catchy. brit2

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    5.- Fireflies

    Beautiful song. I wish I could understand the meaning of this one cry1 The sun is a hole full of fireflies, there's no night, there's no day, it's all light lotus1 The melody is beautiful from the start to the end.

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    6.- I To You

    Heartbreak. Again. A song that talks about a mother who loves her husband but he doesn't really love her. She's not sure about it, she would give it all for their relationship just for their babies. But on the other side she demands the true alex1 She wants to know his feelings alex1 Cute song

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    7.- Shake You Up

    FINALLY. Stop ballads! Stop feeling fragile alex1 You can tell from the start that this one has nothing to do with the rest. wendy2 Her vocals are orgasmic and this one it's catchy, it gives me Circus vibes I don't know why.

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    8.- Stop The Clocks

    WHAT A BEAUTIFUL SONG. YOU HAVE TO LISTEN TO THIS cry2 A mid-tempo, R&B delight oprah2


    I'd rather spend my life
    Motionless with you
    Than dancing with another


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    9.- Favourite Scar

    PERFECT oprah9 What a bop shock1 all eyes on me  in the center of the ring  in the middle of the street screaming out your name alex1 The message lets me speechless alex1 The moment when you love someone too much that even the things they hurt you are irreplaceable, that's why the song is called like that. alex1

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    10.- When It Hurts

    It's another mid-tempo ballad similar to Favourite Scar. Nothing new but nice.

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    11.- Glassheart

    The "heart" of the album. It should have been the lead single. It's a meaningful song and a song you could bop to in the disco demi1 It's a shame it was only the title of the album jj3

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    12.- Fingerprint

    Emotional ballad to close an emotional album. cry9

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    Bonus tracks (CD-2)

    1. Colorblind

    The melody is beautiful and she sounds like an angel but this verse is so cringe I can't give it 5 stars


    I am colorblind
    Coffee black and egg white


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    2. Sugar

    Sugar still tastes like sugar and there are a lot of songs already on the album that sound like this one jj4 Nothing special on this song.

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    3. Collide (Afrojack remix) with Avicii

    Something different inside the album is appreciated. Nice bonus track

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    I loved this album! Great vocals + great lyrics + Leona's incredible voice are always a perfect mix. There are 5 or 6 songs that talk about the same, that's the only thing I didn't like. I would expect a little more of variety maybe? But the album is called Glassheart, so I think it makes sense.

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  14. I haven’t written about my life for a long time now. Maybe most of you thought I may have finally found someone. Finally found what I was looking for, but no. As of today I am starting to feel that love is just not made for me. Whenever love comes around the bad luck start.

    Let’s first go back to February. In January I talked about Steve right? Well, he suddenly told me he was seeing someone now, so I was no option for him anymore. Okay, that isn’t a first for me. YAY, again!

     Then something else happened. Let’s just say I tried something new. I slept with someone who I didn’t even knew on forehand and to be honest, it was kind of nice. It was maybe even the best sex I’ve had so far, but afterwards I didn’t feel right. It just isn’t made for me. I only do it when I desperate, which I was at that time.

    I also had some new dates again. First off, the weirdest one. I had a date with a Syrian Refugee. I know right… But he was so hot on his pictures, I just wanted to meet him. Well, he was kind of disappointing in real life, but on the other hand. Now I got a full on source to tell me what it is like in those refugee camps and everything. I want to know about stuff like that. It was a nice afternoon, but it stayed with that. Then there was Richard, a very cute guy, with a lot of same interests as me. We drank some beers at his house and kissed. It felt quite good. But, you can already guess it so far. In the end he didn’t wanted to go through with it. He just came out of a relationship and wasn’t sure what to do now. He told me that I shouldn’t worry, that I’m a cute guy and that he actually liked me.

    Yeah sure. How many times have I heard this so far now? I can’t even count them anymore.

    Then there was Ferry. Also a cute guy, but his pictures were just way better. But, I actually quite liked him as a person. It felt like quite a good match. So in the end I was like, let’s try this. This could work.

    But no. He didn’t want to.

    I know you have written me a lot of great things. I need to hold on, I will find someone etc. But let’s be very real here. Is it normal for someone to have this bad luck in life? As of this moment I’m just not sure anymore and it just hurts me. I can't even remember if I talked about every date in this blog. Some don't even stay with me, because I get rejected and I move on. Like said before past dates all find their true match, while I just swerve from date to date and it never seems to work. In the end guys just don’t seem to like me. I’m unlovable. I’ve never felt this much pain in my head, cause I more and more feel like it just isn’t made for me. Love.

    Yeah I’m 21. Yeah I will find it. Keep saying those things to me. But as of this day. When I got my new rejection, it felt more real to me. I’m lost. Maybe not everyone finds their match. Maybe there are some people who just need to live their life alone.

    Maybe I am one of those. There is no love allowed for me.

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