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    ...you can't imagine life without...? I bet everyone has his own fave song or album of all time... can you name it...? 5 of each? to make it harder please post one song and one album from only one artist! I don’t want you to be lazy or if you like only one artists post only the song and the album of your life from this particular artist ok? Please because I am falling asleep it’s been long day I will post mine tomorrow afternoon after work... feel free to post cd single and album covers and with description why you like this album or song... (you don’t have to but you could convince someone why such a song or album is so important to you and your life and get someone to listen and share your love to a record) I believe it’s going to be difficult to make such a top 5 (even I will have problem) but it’s easy to write top 10/20/50/100 of songs and albums we like atm but my request is to post these that will never leave you and your life even in 20/30/50 years from now can you do that? Please make sure that this top 5 is from your heart not just emotion because you listening to that song/album last few days or weeks and come out a week or month ago... unless you are absolutely sure this song or album will still be with you in years time Enjoy and challenge yourself
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    I wanna funk,I wanna funk I wanna F-F-U, F-U-N-K
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    Tinashe | Le Grand Journal (France) - PAID PROMO
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    Let's hope today I have a better day, I got shouted at by a policewoman yesterday at work for something beyond my control and she was such a fucking BITCH, I'm not playing around with you hoes today so don't fucking try it, PERIOD
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    Your fave could never with the flawless choreography and Jessica Simpson-esque vocal acrobatics. Why is it that no other pop girl is this unique? Lyrics: Ohohrrooowoh Ohohrrooowoh No nah no nah no nah no nah no Ohohrrooowoh Ohohrrooo awoh No nah no nah no nah no nah no Do you know where you are? You're in the jungle baby
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    Did not realise that you were both different users until this moment.
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    She's doing what Beyoncé did but smarter. Instead of dropping an entire visual album, she's dropping video singles. There is no point in releasing singles in this time and age but music videos are a great way to generate streams and promote the album.
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    I feel so DUMB, it took me 5 fucking days to recognise someone but I also feel proud that I managed to work it out, how does that work? Lmao
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    If Madonna would like to drop compilation of her most bizarre, strage tracks, which one would you guys put on it? For sure, for me: God Control Gang Bang Impressive Instant Mer Girl Bitch I'm Madonna Bedtime Story Incredible I'm Going Bananas Funana I Want You And as bonus track Shake Your Head feat. Ozzy Osbourne
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    I remember seeing Madonna’s “Don’t Tell Me” on MTV in 2000 when I was 11 years old. It was mind-blowing. Growing up in New England, country music never hit close to home. It was all Garth Brooks singing about driving a truck with a fat engine and cracking a warm beer by the lake. But Madonna took the genre and spun it on its head in one of the most transportive videos of her career: steamy cowboys and a dark ranchero vibe, mixed up with a lot of sand-strewn cheek. (It was also the first time Madonna played guitar on an album.) It’s almost hard to believe that the music video is almost 20 years old. “Don’t Tell Me” was the OG beginnings of what we are now calling the “yeehaw agenda.” Subversive twang is going mainstream in the form of Lil Nas X’s “Old Town Road,” Orville Peck’s masked exploration of masculinity in country music, and Diplo brooding in a Nudie suit on Instagram. But let me remind you that Madonna was the first to pave the way for giddy-up pop. We begin with Madonna walking down a desert highway; an 18-wheeler truck drives by, and her cowboy hat flies off. A few seconds later, the camera zooms out, and the viewers realize that Madonna is simply walking, hips cocking side-to-side, in front of an old-timey projector. Her dancers are ever-fabulous, muscular gyrating men, characters plucked out of that Vivienne Westwood “Cowboy” T-shirt. The sound is pared back but still addictive with an ironic plucking of a guitar. Then the fashion! Madonna’s cowboy hat is pulled down past her eyes. In the first half, she wears a simple unbuttoned plaid shirt with a bedazzled grommet belt. The dark-wash flares are stained with mud. Another look: a black leather cowboy shirt with puffed-up shoulders that reveal a slice of her belly. Her pants have chaps. Looking back at it now, the video and its wardrobe were deliciously sassy: Madonna took a good-natured country look and flipped it completely. The genius behind Madonna’s look was famed stylist and costume designer Arianne Phillips, who worked with the French director Jean-Baptiste Mondino to handle the Queen of Pop’s foray into Western surreality. It was a fated match: When Phillips learned of the music video’s theme, she had recently read Rodeo Girl by Lisa Eisner, a photography book that explored Eisner’s hometown of Cheyenne, Wyoming, and the colorful rodeo culture that thrived there. “t was one of those synchronistic moments when I showed the book to Madonna, and I showed it to Mondino, and she loved it,” says Phillips. “It was meant from a tongue-in-cheek place, and that really informed the video. [Madonna and Mondino], it was never literal. It was always with a wink and a nod.” In the video, Madonna’s two Western outfits were made by Dsquared2, who were only making menswear at the time. “They were friends of ours, Dean and Dan [Caten], and they had yet to do anything for women,” says Phillips. “They did these incredible jeans with mud splatter with a kind of fake mud [for their men’s collection]. I asked if they would make a pair for Madonna, and they did.” The designers also provided Madonna’s “cowboy goth” look. “They also made the leather shirt, a Victorian kind of take on the cowboy shirt,” says Phillips. “That was new for the boys of Dsquared2.” That outfit appears in a pivotal moment: Once Madonna changes into it, she and her dancers let loose with a hypersexualized take on line dancing while a raccoon tail bounces from Madonna’s belt loops. https://www.vogue.com/article/madonna-yeehaw-agenda-dont-tell-me-dsquared
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    ZENDAYA INTERVIEWED ON STRAHAN & SARA, GIVES PERFORMANCE July 17th, 2019 Zendaya is back and ready for a new era of music. Determined to build her career and create acclaimed material, she has returned to the studio to put extra hours into perfecting her upcoming studio album, and stepped into the spotlight to promote the music she has coming. Her new single “BOHO” debuted in the top thirty of the Hot 100, setting her up for a pretty decent start. Today Zendaya stopped by Strahan & Sarah for an interview and a following performance. Full excerpt below. ON HER NEWEST SINGLE, BOHO This song is sort of an introduction to this story I’m creating and piecing together. It’s a super upbeat and fun song fit for the summer, which masks the distressing lyrics that comes along with it. This girl, the character I’m portraying, is not present. She’s living for the next high, going through the motions, wherever the wind decides to blow her. It’s a dangerous lifestyle that seems fun, appears to me glamorous. But it really isn’t. ON HER NEWEST VISUAL FOR BOHO The music video for this single displays the meaning behind the song perfectly, I think. It has this opening scene where two people, very important to me, are walking away from me. Turning their backs. But I don’t mind it, because I’ll always have that high. The club scene, too. I’d do anything to get it, and the effects it has on me goes completely unnoticed. When I say, “I”, I mean the character. This isn’t a real life struggle I have. ON HER UPCOMING ALBUM “BOHO” is probably the most pop-leaning album on this album. Not that there won’t be more Pop included, but it’s the most… how do I say this? I guess it’s the most obviously a radio song, made for the radio. Which sounds like a bad thing to some people, for whatever reason. I love radio music, I love making it. The work put into the art is still just as strenuous, the message is still there. With that being said, the rest of the songs are more experimental. Or at least experimental considering the music I’ve released in the past. Very Pop, very bubblegum. It’s a different sound for me, a different route that I’m loving. The performance begins with the stage dark, colored with dim purple lights that fade in and out. There is a live band behind her, the spotlight highlighting them and Zendaya when they start playing the summery track. The performance is laid back, Zendaya staying behind the mic stand for most of it. Afterwards the hosts rejoin her and thank her for coming, and also remind the audience about the single’s release.
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    Define iconic. Iconic in stan world or iconic in GP? A performance that many non-stans know? Cause only 3-4 pop girls have memorable performances that GP knows too.
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    I mean there's a reason everybody forgets she was even there. That performance was only about Madonna and Britney. Honestly Xtina's performance of Fighter and Dirrty later that night was better.
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    WOW. This layout is FIRE! HOLY FUCKING SHIT! 'NASHE SNAPPEDT! She needs to do videos like this for the next album era. An actual music video. AN ACOUSTIC-DANCE QUEEN!
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    I have. She literally has zero iconic performances. Ya’ll slap the word on WAY too easily. We’re talking about I’m A Slave 4 U, Gimme More, Paparazzi, Like a Virgin, Beyoncé’s Self ST and Lemonade performance. The level of excellence that requires is massive. It’s not just any average performance or one that gets a standing ovation. That’s that on that. That’s why there are so rare and few.
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    Kylie Minogue 94 is seriously that bitch all these songs have the range!
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    Ooh this is tough... Top 5 Albums: 1. The Fame - Lady Gaga 2. Water For Your Soul - Joss Stone 3. Warrior - Kesha 4. Love Angel Music Baby - Gwen Stefani 5. 4 - Beyoncé // Don't know if this one is definitely in my Top 5, but it is pop perfection and it's one I know every word too. Top 5 Songs: // Also don't know if this is my definitive Top 5, but they are ones that I have constantly replayed for years 1. The Answer - Joss Stone 2. Paparazzi - Lady Gaga 3. 1234 - Feist 4. Rainbow - Kesha 5. Sweet Escape - Gwen Stefani
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    still the best thing to happen to FOTP
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    @ajp @Aidan. @P.O.P @Madonna @Agugaga @Royalty @Liquid Love @I Brings That Levity @Hylia @ParentalAdvisory @Chris Morlock @Lucifer's Angel @Venom @Simón. @Taylor @Gravity @Michael @Freaky Prince @kminogues @Liam @Phoebe @Miss Show Business @Andrew @Aleco @Ruthless Love @Dr. Slay @Lachlan @Elusive what you guys?
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    What exactly is my place when you can't deny any of the performances I listed Fossil has had some of the most panned performances of the past few years. And not in a good way. Gaga's Oscar performance alone has over 200-300 million views and catapulted the song to #1 as well as over 5 million streams in one day. That's an iconic moment. Iconic doesn't need to be only GOOD performances. It's performances that are in embedded in the history of pop and performances people continue to bring up. Janet getting her tit exposed is a great example. Lana flopping on SNL is another. As well as Sinead O Conner ripping up a photo of the pope on SNL. No one gives a shit about Areola's lukewarm performances. I don't need to hear from you again because I know you have nothing of significance to say about the subject. Present facts, not opinions.
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    FUCK this is hard Albums American Beauty/American Psycho - Fall Out Boy Storyteller - Carrie Underwood The New Classic - Iggy Azalea Prism - Katy Perry Born To Die - Lana Del Rey I'm missing so many it's not fair Songs Black Beauty - Lana Del Rey What You Waiting For? - Gwen Stefani The Kids Aren't Alright - Fall Out Boy Hotter Than Hell - Dua Lipa Work - Iggy Azalea I have a whole playlist tbh although I need to update it
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    I wouldn't mind if she delivers a video, a good video, for Faz Gostoso, but Bitch I'm Loca? Seriously?
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    The way this book destroyed me
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    wow ok im on another forum and this bitch really made a new account just to downvote all of my posts for no reason, yet they havent posted a single thing.
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    the amount of Lana leaks I have in my library is insane its like 150
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    Wow you two must really enjoy electric chairs