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  1. I am too, but as much as I love her she hasn't given us much reason to expect something new. Circus, FF, BJ, and Glory are all good albums and better than more basic pop g0rl albums, but nothing compared to ITZ or Blackout... I wish she'd go full R&B or Hip-Hop even, just something for a change
  2. Fucking yikes sis wyd
  3. Idk I think she finally released one too many “solid” albums and as a fan it was just meh in a way. She’s due for an experimental shift a la ITZ or Blackout.
  4. Ok but Accelerate is lowkey a bop. I don’t really get it but it’s catchy as fuck. Yeah the video sucks but I wasn’t surprised by that. But her attitude of late is amazing. The only thing I honestly fucking can’t with so far this era is he revolting fake lips. It’s such a contradiction to the less-make up thing she has going on (which is great in itself). And vocally she sounds more fresh than she has in years. So I’m here for it.
  5. Single

    This all feels so random and messy
  6. Discussion

    I agree “Get Together” hasn’t aged as well as I thought it would which is odd because it used to be my favorite. Now it’s “Future Lovers”. And YES “Beautiful Stranger” belongs on that album. Mine: 1. “American Pie” should have been on Music too. 2. “Jump” sucks and sounds like a censored Kidz Bop song lyrically. 3. MDNA is a decent album. 4. Erotica needs some Pepto Bismol™️ because that shit is bloated as fuck. 5. “Girl Gone Wild” is basic and she sounds worse than she did on her 80s records. I swear she had a cold or something when they recorded that. 6. The “Miles Away” / “She’s Not Me” / “Incredible” sequence on Hard Candy is lowkey iconic, wildly experimental, and better than lessor’s whole albums. 7. “I’m So Stupid” is amazing. Like holy shit.
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    1. Sincerely Yours 2. Shelby 68 aka Style [...] the rest
  8. here

    kylie1

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    2. Satori

      Hey boo! katyanna1 Hope you’re well! 

    3. Aidan.

      Kylie Christ blessed us so I am great cry7

    4. Satori

      I'm glad you love it.  It's still growing on me tbh... I'm sure I'll end up loving it though.  If I came around to Kiss Me Once I can do anything.

  9. here

    “I got your lovin' on my mind xtina10
    I got your lovin' on my mind sass3
    You got me wrapped up, packed up mess1
    Ribbon with a bow on it” iggy1

    Thank God the semester is over and it’s time for bops again. 

    1. H.O.N.E.Y

      Mariah’s 2nd best song after All My Life. #FactNotOpinion oprah14

    2. Satori

      It's almost everything I love about Mariah in one song oprah14

  10. Legend where are you

    1. Satori

      Sorry king! I was finishing my first year of grad school and had to write 80 pages of final papers that last month of the semester. I basically dropped off the face of the earth. Good to be back!

    2. Aidan.

      Omg congrats hard working legend cry7

    3. Satori

      Thanks! It was a wild ride but I’m recovering. :)

  11. Thank you I saw your first post shading HB and was like waiT where’s the love for the remix because . I agree with both of you btw in the similarities and that DL is miles ahead of the album version of HB. Above all tho I have to concur @LittleDudeNT5 that her voice on DL is exquisite. I understand the reservations people have for the song in general but her delivery can’t be faulted. There’s so much effortless breadth to her tone that most singers can’t do without pushing too hard and ruining the breezy climbing in a melody like that opening line. What makes it more impressive to me is that for lines of that length most singers would be straining because of how much breath they’d have to have crammed into their lungs just to make sure they could make it to the end of the line, but with her there’s no loss of control—every line leading up to the chorus just pours out exquisitely.
  12. We know it’s not perfect but listening to GHV2 is crazy. Her best decade. Amazing.
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