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  1. Even at 60, she's still got it! Searches for #Madonna rose 461% on her birthday. Now that's a GILF! #xhamsterdatacenter NSFW LINK
  2. #2 WW, expected to hit #1 #3 on US iTunes, expected to hit #1 after Aretha falls Fourth biggest first day streams on Spotify for a female artist 12 #1’s across the globe so far and #14 in the UK, #2 in Canada, #10 in Australia, and #2 in Mexico Top of iTunes Best of the Week Top of Spotify’s TGIF and TTH #4 on Spotify’s US Charts and #3 on Global charts #17 on Apple Music Huge amounts of radio support from Z100 NY, one of the most popular radio stations in the US (like #2 with its audience) and on iHeart It’s what she deserves!
  3. Brinty Tips For Gays


    Hey Barbz! Welcome to the Nicki Minaj Section on Flop of the Pops! In this thread are links to highlights of this section! Basically this thread will act as a guide to this section! With over 70,000 Posts, this section is the perfect place to stay updated on Nicki! From Picture Threads to Section Games , Appreciation Threads & Discussions, there is never a dull moment in this section! If you would like to join the Official FOTP Kingdom Taglist, ask me! I hope you enjoy your time in the Nicki Minaj Section! Talk with about anything and everything Nicki related in this thread! Share what Nicki Minaj song you're currently listening to in this thread!  Share your favorite pictures and gifs of Nicki with other Barbz in this thread! Discuss the best album of 2018 in this thread! Official FOTP Nicki Minaj Emotes Official & Important Links Official Store Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | Apple Music | YouTube |
  4. Shake It Off and the official announcement of 1989 are both 4 as of today!
  5. For most of my life, there has been a Rihanna single — or multiple Rihanna singles, or multiple songs defined by a Rihanna hook — playing prominently on Top 40 radio. So it's not enough to say Rihanna is the air. Rihanna shaped the texture and taste of the air by consistently doing what pop, at its very best, is supposed to do: taking disparate genres — rock, EDM, dancehall, trap and even dubstep — and turning them into something that makes sense to us, to everyone. If she's not seen as taking musical risks, it's only because so many of them paid off. Rihanna is the most important pop artist of the century because of these contributions to music — and her music is beloved. When Rihanna received the Video Vanguard Award at the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards, Drake introduced her. His speech is memorable for his cute, unsurprising and ultimately distracting faux-confession: "She's someone I've been in love with since I was 22 years old." Equally instructive, though, are the parts of Drake's speech that were about Rihanna and not Drake. He mentioned her achievements in music but ultimately asserted that what was "most impressive" was Rihanna the person. She succeeds by doing something that no one in this music industry does, which is being herself," Drake said. "We love the music, which can change styles from album to album, we love the videos, which change their artistic vision from year to year, but most of all, we love the woman, who hasn't changed since day one." Rihanna was gracious in her acceptance speech. She spoke about how her success is never just about her — it's about Barbados, her family, her fans and "women, black women." She also went on to thank the directors who went along with her "crazy ideas" — her subtle way of asserting what Drake did not: that she is pop music's vanguard, and that the work itself is where her prowess lies. Drake's speech focuses on the product: It was the music that changed styles and the videos that changed artistic vision. The only thing Rihanna did, according to this syntactical choice, was remain the same. https://www.npr.org/2018/08/15/638551793/rihanna-is-the-21st-centurys-most-influential-musician
  6. Raindrops R.E.M Sweetener Everytime Breathin Pete Davidson Not in particular order
  7. so where is this i dunno if it was posted or not but where are we at getting the full track
  8. If you count the second version she has 96.500.000 total plays. 4 Minutes is next.
  9. Madonna turns 60 on Thursday. To celebrate, we're taking a look back at her 35 years in the industry. Since Madonna's eponymous debut album hit the shelves in 1983, she's performed on 10 concert tours and sold more than 300 million records. This has earned her a spot in the Guinness World Records as the best-selling female recording artist of all time. What else can a look at the numbers tell us about the Queen of Pop? 1) She's had more UK number one albums than any other female artist Twelve of Madonna's albums have hit the number one spot. Only the Beatles and Elvis Presley can boast more. Greatest hits album The Immaculate Collection spent a 338 weeks in the charts after its release in 1990 - including more than two months at number one. 2) These are the people's favourites Like A Virgin your favourite Madonna tune? Join the crowd: Spotify data ranks this 1984 classic as her most popular song. In fact, only one song in the top five is not from the 80s: Hung Up from 2005. 3) She's had more singles in the top five than any other female artist Madonna's had 46 singles make the top five in the UK charts - only Elvis has had more. The run of top five hits spans three decades, from Like A Virgin in 1984 to Celebration in 2009. 4) Her Super Bowl performance was record-breaking Obviously, Google wasn't around to tell us what people were curious about back in the 1980s. But since 2010, global searches for Madonna reached their highest point in March 2012, when she was the Super Bowl's first female headline act since Janet Jackson had her "wardrobe malfunction" in 2004. In 2012, Madonna set a record for the highest viewing audience of a Super Bowl halftime show - which lasted until 2015 when it was smashed by Katy Perry and 'Left Shark'. 5) Spotify doesn't hear Madonna the same way we do Most streaming services give songs a numeric value to determine if it's a "happy" or "sad" song, based on its key, tempo and other factors. It only measures how the music sounds - and ignores the lyrical content - but uses this information to auto-recommend new music to us. So looking at how Spotify's computers "hear" her work, they would classify it as getting "sadder" over time, with slower songs and more minor keys being used. Clearly this is far from the whole story - machines can't (currently) understand the words and "feel" songs in the way we do. Some of Madonna's deepest, most emotional work is actually on her early albums, despite those records sounding more "happy" overall. True Blue from 1986 ranks among the "happiest" sounding, despite songs covering teenage pregnancy, deceit and parental estrangement. And while 2012's MDNA and 2015's Rebel Heart both sound "gloomier" to a computer, songs such as Give Me All Your Luvin and Girl Gone Wild are lyrically anything but. So streaming services have a way to go before they can reveal more to us about a song than just its sound. 6) G major is the most common key Madonna's studio albums feature songs in 24 different keys - but G major is the most common, with 17 songs employing it. 7) She's the richest female musician in America Looks like she really is a Material Girl. Forbes estimated Madonna's net worth at $580m (£454m) last year, making her the richest female artist based in America, comfortably $200m (£157m) ahead of runner-up Celine Dion. I tagged you all, cause I think most of you will like some of these Madonna facts. I didn't knew some of them too. Source: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-45112992
  10. Who else loves this underrated bop
  11. Beyonce Career Sales and Chart History(under construction) Original Album Sales Dangerously in Love (2003)- 9,920,000 B'Day (2006)- 6,060,000 I Am...Sasha Fierce (2008)- 7,570,000 4 (2011)- 3,130,000 Beyonce (2013)- 3,880,000 Lemonade (2016)- 2,870,000 Original Album Sales: 33,430,000 Other releases- 8,960,000 Career Album Sales: 42,390,000 Career Single Sales- 170,890,000 Overall Career Sales: 213,280,000 Stats(according to results from ChartMasters) Second best-selling digital downloads of all time. One of only four woman of color to sell over 200 million records worldwide(Rihanna, Mariah and Whitney). Second highest selling female of the 21st century. Chart Statistics
  12. Madonna will celebrate her 60th birthday on Thursday, Aug. 16, and Apple Music’s Beats 1 is marking the milestone by speaking with an array of music artists about her influence on modern music and her enduring legacy. Among the artists offering praise is Adele. “There’s a reason there’s only one Madonna,” says the “Hello” singer. “For me, she’s the complete definition of evolving, and evolving, and evolving each time.” Chic guitarist Nile Rodgers, who produced the “Like a Virgin” album, recalls working with Madonna on what proved to be her breakthrough record. “I have never worked with the person that I respected more, that had such focus and such determination and such a work ethic,” he says. “There was no amount of takes of a song that I could ask Madonna to do that she would not do. She was tireless.” However, he recalls their collaboration getting off to a rocky start. “My first formal meeting with her at my apartment, she comes in and she plays essentially what’s the ‘Like A Virgin’ album, because she had collected all these demos and stuff. She said to me, in a very matter of fact kind of tone, ‘Nile, if you don’t like all these songs, I can’t work with you.’ And I said, ‘Well Madonna, I don’t like all the songs, but let me tell you this. By the time I get finished with them, I’m gonna love them.’ This must have been the right answer, because I didn’t get fired.” Decades later, Diplo worked with Madonna on her “Rebel Heart” album. “As far as musicians I’ve ever worked with, she’s the #1. For history and what she’s accomplished, and how she works and how serious she takes her own music, it pushed me to really work even harder than I do — which is hard, I thought, but I can always do more,” he states. “Madonna is going to be relevant forever,” Diplo adds. “Madonna invented what we all have as a pop star. There wasn’t anything before her, in that capacity, of all encompassing. To keep it going for 30 years and also, to be so in touch with the underground… She’s an icon. You’re always relevant if you’re an icon like that.” All-female rock band HAIM were influenced by Madonna, and not just music from one particular stage in her career. “With Madonna, every era of hers was iconic. Just with ‘Like a Virgin’ — her performance at the MTV Video Music Awards, and then her performance 15 years later with Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera. I mean, so iconic,” the band tells Beats 1. “No one was doing anything like that at that point. It was a time and a place and she kind of personified what was going on at the time. She’s had an amazing career that has entailed about seven or eight different careers. She’s a chameleon, this one, and there have been so many different vibes that she’s kind of explored as an artist, and I think that’s really inspiring.” https://etcanada.com/news/356889/adele-haim-diplo-and-more-honour-madonna-as-she-celebrates-her-60th-birthday/
  13. 7. Britney Spears, "Toxic" (dir. Joseph Kahn, 2004) Britney Spears gifted the 21st century with a number of indelible looks, and the "Toxic" video boasts an embarrassment of them: Britney the Mile High Club-bound stewardess whose kiss turns a schlubby passenger into a stunning model; Britney the laser-tripping secret agent with fire engine-red hair; and of course, Britney in the buff, covered in diamonds and writhing around the floor like the Bond Girl to end all Bond Girls. Whether prancing down the aisle of an airplane or poisoning her boyfriend (five years before "Paparazzi") and jumping off a balcony into the night, "Toxic" Britney wiped clean the schoolgirl imagery and set the tone for the next 15 years of her career: Breathtaking, flawlessly executed camp that was closer to drag culture than fashion week. -- J. Lynch 33. Britney Spears, "Oops!... I Did It Again" (dir. Nigel Dick, 2000) Think of another outfit that’s had such decades-long legs. Everyone who's seen this spacey Nigel Dick-directed mini-space epic -- the follow-up to the equally one-of-a-kind “… Baby One More Time” -- can instantly picture Brit’s second-skin red pleather catsuit (which was her idea, as was the concept of dancing on Mars). The whole experience is a crash course in Britney 101: seductive, if a bit wooden, group dancing; hard-core eye contact with the camera; requisite bare mid-riff squirming; and a silly comedic bit, all of which remain key parts of the star's rust-free brand blueprint to this day. -- G.K.
  14. TomTom2288


    After almost 39 weeks on the chart, Good Old Days has reached the Top 3 on HAC! 1 = MAROON 5 Girls Like You 6900 +37 380 +1 42.768 +0.418 70 5/40 1 6900 1008 42.768 2 = TAYLOR SWIFT Delicate 5964 -25 -216 -75 34.187 -0.460 158 33 1 6616 793 42.096 3 +1 MACKLEMORE Good Old Days f/Kesha 5611 +33 235 +27 33.401 -0.292 293 238 3 5611 367 33.693 Delicate keeps dropping, so a #2 peak is possible!
  15. When people say they want Madonna to age gracefully, what they really mean is: shut up. But celebrate her work, rather than her survival. As we celebrate Madonna turning 60 this week, let us remember that this is a woman who has no interest in nostalgia. In a recent interview with Vogue Italia, she said she would talk only about the present, which, to me, is the key aspect of who Madonna is: resolutely forward-driving. This is why she is so able to manage to a global, decade-spanning career. When she collected her woman of the year prize at Billboard’s Women in Music awards in 2016, she said she stood before the crowd “as a doormat”. “Thank you for acknowledging my ability to continue my career for 34 years in the face of blatant sexism and misogyny and constant bullying and relentless abuse.” This is genuine, rightful anger and ferocity. The level of ageism and sexism directed at her is femicidal, even matricidal, visceral loathing. When people say they want Madonna to age gracefully, what they really mean is: become beige, shut up and go into a corner. And she refuses to do that. Instead, she continues to produce brilliant, captivating and thought-provoking work. We so often do not let women take credit for their own genius. Madonna has resisted that, mainly because she always overshadows the men with whom she chooses to collaborate. Nobody ever says Mirwais or Timbaland or Stuart Price made Madonna. Only Madonna could have made Madonna. But this is also from where the misogyny stems. She is bigger than any man she has ever encountered, professionally or personally. And people hate that. She has outlived her contemporaries: Madonna, Michael Jackson and Prince were the triumvirate of 80s stars. She has outlasted them artistically, too. Her 2015 album Rebel Heart was excellent. Her quality of work has never dropped. Many artists Madonna’s age, particularly male artists, are doing victory tours: people such as Bruce Springsteen. Madonna, instead, is not creating to prove a point about how long she can keep doing so. It is impossible to talk about Madonna without talking about power. She is an athlete. I once read an interview where her trainer said she is so strong that he has to invent new exercises for her because she can’t feel exercises for mere mortals. Her muscularity is not about appearance; it is an indication of her mental strength and resilience. She is indestructible. But she has survived so long not just because of her talent, and not just because of her physical and mental strength. It is also that she is intelligent, professional and always engaged – she has seen the world, brought up children, worked in multiple fields. She is mentally alive and this is what keeps her searching, moving and creating. So let us not reward Madonna for continuing to survive; let us appreciate her as an incredibly talented artist: a musician, songwriter, a dancer and a performer, a brilliant film-maker (W.E. is a beautiful, intelligent piece of feminist cinema). She sees herself as a creative artist, and we owe her the respect of seeing her that way, too. Full link: https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2018/aug/13/bigger-than-any-man-she-ever-encountered-the-under-appreciated-genius-of-madonna?CMP=twt_gu
  16. Hello Barbz! Welcome to the Nicki Minaj Section on Flop of the Pops! In this thread are links to highlights of this section! Ranging from useful to popular topics, this thread will act as a guide to this section! With over 66,000 Posts, this section is the perfect place to stay updated on Nicki Minaj! From Flashback Threads to Section Games, there is never a dull moment in this section! If you would like to join the Official FOTP Kingdom Tag List, contact me! I hope you enjoy your time in the Nicki Minaj Section! Randomosity Talk with other Barbz about anything and everything Nicki related in this thread! What Song Are You Listening To? Share with other Barbz what Nicki Minaj song you are currently listening to in this thread! Gallery Share your favorite pictures and gifs with other Barbz in this thread! The Statistics Database Get monthly updates on charting statistics regarding Nicki Minaj in this thread! Chart Updates Thread Post daily charting updates for Nicki's current projects in this thread! Rate the Song Participate in ranking Nicki Minaj's discography by rating Nicki Minaj songs in this thread! Song vs. Song Choose your favorite Nicki Minaj songs in a one-on-one battle of Nicki Minaj's discography in this thread! The Official FOTP Kingdom @Monster @Maraj @Rico @Luca. @Royalty @HOEANNE @California boy @LOUVRΞ @Manel @Rosé @kewl4thasumma @GLORY @Addi @Electric @Venus XCX @Unicorn @Nein @Chanel @Gilly @Impossible Princess @Alejandreaux @Royale
  17. Madonna will chair the second edition of the Monte Carlo Gala for the Global Ocean, which will take place on Wednesday, September 26th 2018, presided over by Prince Albert II, to raise money for ocean conservation. The Monte Carlo Gala for the Global Ocean is a major fundraising event in the heart of Monte Carlo, organized by Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation in order to support its worldwide initiatives in favour of a sustainable ocean. It will take place at the most exclusive venue of the Principality, the Terraces of the Opera of Monte Carlo. “Taking care of the planet is incredibly important to me, so I am delighted to be supporting HSH Prince Albert of Monaco and his foundation,” says Madonna. “The serenity and life of the oceans are under threat and we can make a difference now and should do everything possible to preserve it. The Monte Carlo Gala in September couldn’t be more needed to raise the money to help save our oceans.” With special performances to be announced shortly, this year’s Monte Carlo Gala for the Global Ocean promises to be a spectacular affair and a rare opportunity to participate in a collective action to address a global challenge. Leonardo DiCaprio was responsible for Madonna and Prince Albert II crossing paths last year at the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation’s fundraiser in St Tropez, where Madonna performed a surprise series of hits to help raise $30 million for the planet. https://www.drownedmadonna.com/2018/08/12/madonna-to-chair-the-monte-carlo-gala-for-the-global-ocean-2018/
  18. Winnie.


    Good Form, Barbie Dreams and Sir are the best songs on Queen