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  1. Hilary Duff's original 4th album that was supposed to be released after Dignity. It had major potential but was scrapped and released a Best Of instead to get Hilary out of her contract with Hollywood Records. A decision I understand but still wonder what some of the track would've sounded like (Imperfection, Twisted, etc..)
  2. Everything about Lindsay Lohan’s new song — “Xanax,” featuring Alma — is about as bizarre, in a good way, as you’d expect. The track isn’t available on any major streaming services yet, instead opting to exist only as a music video on IGTV. “This video is a compilation of vignettes of life,” its caption reads. “Family, love, the process of moving forward and letting go of the past. To live and be happy, free of fear. Just to be grateful and open our eyes to our opportunities instead of numbing the mind.” In reality, the “vignettes of life” are seemingly a hodgepodge of camera roll footage; skateboarding videos play next to images of an Instagram-ready Lindsay posing in front of mirrors or accepting flowers at unexplained events. https://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-news/lindsay-lohan-xanax-889778/
  3. HEY NOW HEY NOW THIS IS WHAT DREAMS ARE MADE OF THE QUEEN OF DISNEY IS BACK
  4. On 23 May 2019, they released the song "Easier" as the lead single from their upcoming fourth studio album. Its follow-up single, "Teeth", from Season 3 of the Netflix series 13 Reasons Why, was be released on 21 August 2019 Confirmed Tracks: Easier Teeth Who Do You Love? (With the Chainsmokers) Singles: 1. Easier 2. Teeth
  5. I really like Cruel Summer, Soon You'll Get Better, False God and Afterglow. I need to listen to it more to appreciate it. It's a grower album for sure.
  6. Confetti

    Single

    SUCH A BOP
  7. Confetti

    Single

    I can't wait for this
  8. Confetti

    Single

    WORTH IT, SUCH A BOP
  9. Confetti

    Discussion

    fave: ghostin least: successful
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  11. Please give us a Last Kiss 2.0
  12. Five Seconds Of Summer were sued in a Texas court last week in one of those ever popular song-theft lawsuits. The Aussie pop outfit are accused of ripping off a 2016 song by Hungary-based musicians David Henderson, David Toth and Peter Ferencz on their 2018 hit ‘Youngblood’. The earlier track is called ‘White Shadows’ and the lawsuit is being pursued by an entity called White Shadows LLC, which is owned by the three songwriters. Henderson himself released a version of that song in 2016 and appeared on Hungary’s Eurovision linked show ‘A Dal’ performing it the following year. In a statement accompanying its lawsuit, White Shadows LLC alleges that, in 2018, “Five Seconds Of Summer, pressed for time and facing the prospect of commercial irrelevancy, released ‘Youngblood’, a single which would become the titular song of their third studio album. The song’s success propelled the band to new heights of fame and fortune, virtually single-handedly. Unfortunately, substantial portions of the song were copied directly from ‘White Shadows'”. Legal reps for White Shadows LLC claim that the similarities between the two songs is “so striking” that “it could not be the result of mere coincidence”. They go on: “The first melodic phrase of ‘Youngblood’ is virtually identical to the melodic phrase from ‘White Shadows'”, and the phrases are repeated four times in each respective song. It is clear that 5 Seconds Of Summer had access, means, and motive to appropriate the melodic phrase of ‘White Shadows’, and we firmly believe that any listener who hears both songs will notice the substantial similarities”. “In short,”, they add, “Five Seconds Of Summer misappropriated an earworm melody from Henderson, Toth and Ferencz, claimed it was their own creation, and rode the riff to world-wide success; we believe this is jaw-droppingly obvious and, frankly, it shocks the conscience”. Concluding, the lawyers say: “We look forward to presenting evidence that Five Seconds Of Summer not only infringed on our client’s copyright and misappropriated portions of ‘White Shadows’, but that the band has experienced worldwide acclaim and derived substantial revenue by exploiting the work of three young songwriters. We are confident that our clients will be vindicated in court”. https://completemusicupdate.com/article/five-seconds-of-summer-accused-of-ripping-off-hungary-based-songwriters-on-youngblood/
  13. Confetti

    Album

    BOP AFTER BOP AFTER BOP, THIS ALBUM SLAYS
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