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  1. Systemagic

    Aren't they agreeing with the OP? Answering the question, "NO, it hasn't been topped"
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    She made that the best_night.mp3 of my life It's why the Rebel Heart Tour was incredibly disappointing (and I suspect the one for Madame X will be). She'd set the bar too high for herself, which is amazing either way cause tour-peaking at 54? Only the queen.
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    Watered down, soulless AL outtake. Better than Medellin, of course.
  4. He really is an unethical asshole, so this collab makes a lot of sense
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    Actually, it's #87!
  6. The episode leaked today and there's a few seconds of it at the end, she sounds beautiful.
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    Honestly I find it xenophobic, racist AND pretentious how she doesn't want it to be called "latin", like bitch if you're gonna culture-approtiate this part of the world at least acknowledge us.
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    The South Park episode about her truly hit the nail on the head.
  9. She CAN'T possibly top the original but it could still be a nice version.
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    I wish she were fully featured on HW, or that the Vogue part was sung by her.
  11. Systemagic

    as a fossil let me say you're CORRECT, it's all true! though you were too kind calling the lyrics "decent" when they're actually stupid, what a benevolent queen
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    Glad you genuinely like it I'm talking about the fossils that have to listen to it repeatedly until they "like" it (when they actually just get used to it). This is literally every comment on the video:
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    Some of y'all are deluding yourselves into liking this horrible song and it shows I didn't want her to collaborate with Maluma but the tea is that his parts are better than hers
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    A bit relieved the Japan exclusive isn't as good as any of the main songs, I trust she chose the best ones for the album.
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    Isn't it CD-only? It could take another day till we get to hear it, if not longer
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    Maybe this IS her best album
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    It's out! Hell After This is that girl... I knew she was
  18. You understand, don't pretend to be weak Don't turn away, I need you to speak If I leave you, you'll wish that you had spoken
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    "Filler like" I think it's stunning. Hurricanes > Chances > Friends > Still on My Mind > Give You Up This one sounds great
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    Celeb News

    She said she didn't support any candidate, and when celebrities say that (in this part of the world, at least) they're usually right-wing. But I don't think that's not a good reason to cancel this collaboration. I believe it's merely an artistic choice, and a good one.
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    Give You Up is out there @Unapologetic Bitch @ParentalAdvisory Safe lovely ballad, but so far my least fave.
  22. Robbie Williams and Kylie Minogue are reportedly teaming up for their first duet for 16 years. The pair first collaborated on ‘Kids’ in 2000, and are said to be reuniting for a track on Williams’ new album. Approached by NME, Minogue and Williams’ joint PR refused to comment on The Sun's speculation about the pair’s new duet. Williams recently announced a new record deal with Sony, having released his previous two albums – ‘Take The Crown’ in 2012 and ‘Swings Both Ways’ in 2013 – on Universal. Minogue and Williams have remained friends since ‘Kids’, though Williams admitted he offended the Australian singer by drunkenly laughing at her when he saw her naked. He revealed in his 2010 autobiography You Know Me: “I couldn't figure out why my banter wouldn't work, why my natural ability to just be myself went awry.” Williams’ new album is said to be followed by him rejoining Take That for the second time for a tour to mark the group’s 25th anniversary. Gary Barlow said the tour would see the band back to “a four” despite Jason Orange’s departure in 2014. Williams previously rejoined Take That for their album ‘Progress’ in 2010. Source: NME LET IT COME TRUE!