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  1. Mariah Carey - Always Be My Baby Britney Spears - ...Baby One More Time Beyoncé - Baby Boy Ariana Grande - Be My Baby Justin Bieber - Baby
  2. I really was hoping for like ONE b-side that never released because it was the only era that didn't get something on the Rarities... A little disappointing but at least The Roof w/ Brandy finally got a proper release, and there are the remixes I guess.
  3. Gimme More Potential Breakup Song Bottoms Up Love Story Cannibal
  4. Milk Britney Spears - Glory Katy Perry - Smile Wine Dua Lipa - Future Nostalgia Rihanna - ANTI Taylor Swift - Evermore Mariah Carey - Caution (a masterclass on a legacy artist being current tbh) Kylie Minogue - Disco Ariana Grance - positions (y'all do too much with this one) Neutral Lady Gaga - Chromatica (plays way too safe to truly age like wine, but the strong tracks are genuinely great) Madonna - Madame X (the instrumentals have aged well and honestly are pretty forward thinking for the most part, the vocals hav
  5. Dancing On My Own The One That Got Away One Last Time Chandelier Summertime Sadness
  6. Was Glory not the first since Blackout? Like I thought that was a big part of why it was unpromoted and she was so excited to release it.
  7. Can't Hold Us Down Side to Side Sweetest Pie Rumors Pretty Girls
  8. All For You 1, 2 Step All Hands On Deck Motivation Wet
  9. Lemonade Renaissance Beyoncé 4 B'Day DIL IASF This was surprisingly not hard because she usually gets better and better with each album, and honestly Renaissance and Lemonade and neck and neck. Lemonade for a serious, cohesive story. Renaissance for sprawling back to back bops that's just fun. Also wtf is this 4 slander???
  10. Billie Jean Running Up That Hill I Wanna Dance With Somebody Take on Me Girls Just Wanna Have Fun
  11. We Found Love One Kiss Outside Feels I Will Never Let You Down
  12. I was genuinely rooting for her but this ain't cute at all. She HAD her chance, I don't care if she's having label issues that are preventing the album from coming out, nobody cares about no damn Normani debut when she isn't even trying to book performances or anything pertaining to her. She really is just a video vixen who occasionally sings. And she expects to have a fanbase over that? Let alone attack them for criticizing the very obvious lack of drive? Maybe RCA isn't letting her release because she just isn't marketable despite being able to dance. No d
  13. The embarrassing I know why he said it but idk, just because y'all were part of the same group (and the most famous ones as well) doesn't mean you need to gas each other up that hard.
  14. Here's the new rap! Queen Mother Madonna, Aaliyah Rosetta Tharpe, Santigold Bessie Smith, Nina Simone Bette Davis, Solange Knowles Badu, Lizzo, Kelly Rowl' Lauryn Hill, Roberta Flack Toni, Janet, Tierra Whack Missy, Diana, Grace Jones Aretha, Anita, Grace Jones Helen Folasade Adu Jilly from Philly, I love you boo Don't just stand there get into it Strike a pose there's nothing to it (mother of the house) Michelle, Chloe, Halle, Aaliyah (mother of the house) Alicia, Whitney, Riri, Nicki (House of Xtravaganza) House of Revlon, House of LaBeija, House of Am
  15. Now what we're not about to do is start shading Bey because of some overzealous publication. Call her overrated as much as you want, but self-titled and Lemonade remain incredibly impactful, culture shifting (and defining) albums of the 2010s. There was absolutely no need whatsoever to shade these legends, but let's not downplay Beyoncé's works as if she has not been heavily repping all kinds of black culture with her releases since then. This album included. Renaissance is a very well done adventure into black queer music, and an artist of her stature releasing it is a moment, much