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  1. I’m glad Hyberballad got what she deserved!
  2. if any ONE of you tries to pay hyperballad anything less than the STANNING it deserves...
  3. imagine hating a song just because it’s your first listen!
  4. the lack of taste is astounding...
  5. Neither did I? No one song on this album deserves that scathing review you gave Cover Me!
  6. nawt @Freaky Prince giving anything on post a ONE. We have to laugh at the lack of taste!
  7. I’m glad I could be in attendance!
  8. I think you’ve replied to the wrong comment! You’re also incorrect!
  9. y’all acting like Missy didn’t assassinate every single person in that stadium
  10. Lara Croft was my original stan card, and still is to this day. If I had to pick a particular game in the series, it would likely be The Last Revelation or Legend.
  11. Honestly, in regards to Katy and Gaga, we have to realise that their art is not just their music. And so when they are being reviewed, it's not the only thing viewers will take into consideration. Is this a good thing? Probably not. But it's how the modern pop system works; its less about music and more a superstardom. And with that comes a lot of scrutiny on a various range of personal and artistic choices.
  12. The way you write your thoughts is so eloquent And yeah, that's totally what I'm saying. Like, The Fame was obviously about famous life BUT it was written from the perspective of someone searching for it and not one who already had it. That's what was great about that album concept. Even when Madge took a break before Ray of Light - she managed to write an incredible record that wasn't solely about being famous like a lot of her other work is obviously influenced by.
  13. It's 2017, and it's near impossible to escape the media as a pop star, especially those that are women. But if Lorde's critically-acclaimed Melodrama (91 on Metacritic) is anything to go by; is it worth our favourite pop girls secluding to their non-famous lives between album cycles? The lyricism could very well become more authentic, relatable and of better quality. Allowing all artists involved to form positive creative relationships, and bloom at their own pace, could lead to more focused, lyrical and emotive complimentary sounds. Focusing on human life,
  14. Well, she's done with filming, she's made her transition (of sorts, via bleaching her hair again) into Gaga, it's possible. But so was the Telephone continuation, ARTPOP Act II, etc.