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  1. Taylor Swift, Gaga, Miley, Selena, Ariana and Dua Lipa have all expressed their love for Britney as an artist too. So has Billy Eilish and Olivia Rodrigo. Not sure what you’re trying to do.
  2. Still hearing Toxic almost daily in stores, and on viral tiktok videos using toxic (by Gen Z kids, mind you) so it’s super remembered by all generations. last time I heard CIL? In a shopping mall in 2019.
  3. What thread by whom and which forum? spill the tea sis
  4. Billboard: “And yet on Oct. 25, 2007, she released the best and most influential album of her career, Blackout. … Now, as Blackout turns 10, it stands as a masterpiece of her extraordinarily resilient career, a perfect piece of pop art of its time as well as a trend-setting record that brought EDM elements into the mainstream, where they still permeate today. In 2012, it became her sole album to join the archives of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. At the time Blackout dropped, it sounded like it came from the future—a dystopian and warped future, but nevertheless inter
  5. As many have said already, you’re comparing Mariah to Madonna nonstop. Madonna is NOT the litmus test for whether an artist is global or not. She’s the most successful female artist of all time. No one else touches her stats. Does that mean no one else is global? No. Mariah’s stats show that she charted in every major market with her biggest hits. Truly local artists MISS THE CHARTS completely. The US is obviously her strongest market but that’s true of most artists from the US, and that doesn’t mean someone is local if they are still charting and selling millions in other glob
  6. But this is not about Madonna, this is whether Mariah is global or not. Your charts proved she was global. just because she didn’t hit #1 in other countries while Madonna did doesn’t make her “local”. a true local artist wouldn’t be charting at all in other countries. Come on, stop with the strawmen argument and stick to the topic.
  7. God you are insufferable. It’s like arguing with a trumptard or anti-masker she wrote everytime, it’s not fake news and it’s not up for debate. also: “ "Hey, you wanna be on my album? I'm gonna need writing credit for that song AND part of your publishing even though I didn't write anything! And then I'm gonna go on tour and gross $150 million in ticket sales and not give you any of that, even though I'm performing your song!" "I could rattle off a laundry list of artists who I've had that conversation with! And I'm on the other end like
  8. 1. Um, if Dua’s performances are “great” then no one should be judging Britney performances as “stiff” 2. So has Britney
  9. To be fair, Britney has been going through some shit the last few years with her conservatorship. That said, she did release two new tracks from the Glory era in 2020 - Swimming In The Stars and Matches.
  10. This track sounds a LOT like Passengers on Britney Jean. Didn’t Katy write that track too?
  11. They have contractual obligations to deliver and they did not. This is a suable offense.
  12. Please and ty. #britney4life
  13. Jessica Simpson. That song should’ve been bigger, it’s an absolute bop
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