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  1. 12. Madonna, “God Control” Madonna has a reputation for being a trendsetter, but her true talent lies in bending those trends to her will, twisting them around until they’re barely recognizable. Madame X’s pièce de résistance, at least in that regard, is the six-minute “God Control,” which begins with the queen of pop conjuring the spirit and disaffected monotone of Kurt Cobain—“I think I understand why people get a gun/I think I understand why we all give up,” she sings through clenched teeth—before the whole thing implodes into a euphoric, densely layered samba-disco-gospel mash-up. Madonna’s vocals alternate between Auto-Tuned belting, urgent whispers, and Tom Tom Club-style rapping as she takes on the gaslight industrial complex and so-called political reformers. On paper, it might sound like the ingredients for a musical Hindenburg, but—somewhere around the midpoint, when she declares, “It’s a con, it’s a hustle, it’s a weird kind of energy!”—it all coheres into the most exhilaratingly batshit thing she’s done in years. Cinquemani
  2. Billboard reported the date in Antwerp. Christina Aguilera Sportpaleis Antwerp, Belgium July 6, 2019 $547,752 8,416 / 8,416 1 / 1 $112.49, $39.37 Live Nation We love a sold out show
  3. #61 overall. https://www.forbes.com/consent/?toURL=https://www.forbes.com/power-women/ Rihlegend
  4. 12. Madonna, Madame X With their naïve—some might say crude—expressions of bloody-hearted empathy, there’s something almost Björkian about songs such as “God Control” and “Killers Who Are Partying.” English is, of course, Madonna’s first language, and lyrics like “I’ll be Africa/If Africa is shut down” are received with less generosity when one’s claws are already out. We expect pop stars to stay in their lane, but Madonna is at heart a rock auteur, with all of the inclinations toward upending the status quo and expressing a singular vision that designation implies. Inspired by her time living in Lisbon, where she was surrounded by musicians and art in a way she hadn’t been since her pre-fame days in the East Village, Madame X plays like a musical memoir, sometimes literally: “I came from the Midwest/Then I went to the Far East/I tried to discover my own identity,” she sings on “Extreme Occident.” The album is far from her creative zenith, but it’s her most fearless effort in at least 15 years—the sound of an artist who’s got no more fucks to give. Sal Cinquemani
  5. 2. Lana Del Rey: “The Greatest” On “The Greatest,” the big one—the ultimate disaster—looms large. Civilization teeters toward oblivion, the temperature climbs upward, and Lana Del Rey is our soothsayer. She narrates these end times with a wry resignation that’s nostalgic and tactile, dreamy yet prickly. Pining for Long Beach and a lost lover, missing the music and nightlife of New York, her response to the future is to cling to her past. She’s had a ball, but as she flips through the photo album, she concedes that the culture is a little too lit, that the heat is making her breath feel heavy. The gut punch of the song is that despite her exhaustion, she sounds fulfilled. There's contentment in her voice as it floats over Jack Antonoff's sour guitar chords and soft keys, as if she’s savoring her just desserts. This isn’t just a character study, though: As one woman's world goes up in smoke, Del Rey zooms out to observe other anguishes: Kanye West is a shadow of himself; Hawaii is panicked by fictional missile strikes; David Bowie’s vision of life on Mars is now being pursued by Elon Musk. As her voice drops to a whisper, she takes in this surreal and depressing panorama—what a truly ludicrous ending, right?—then suddenly she perks up. Why? Because there’s a livestream to watch. The greatest loss of all, it turns out, is our attention spans. –Stephen Kearse Source: https://pitchfork.com/features/lists-and-guides/best-songs-2019/
  6. https://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-lists/best-albums-2010s-ranked-913997/ Speak Now should've been included, but at least they gave her her proper due.
  7. The Breakdown You Need to Know: In September Savage x Fenty raised $50 million to continue funding its mission of inclusive lingerie through great products and fashion shows, CultureBanx noted both of which are currently missing from Victoria’s Secret. Ratings have continually dropped with the December 2018 show providing dismal ratings of just 3.3 million viewers. This was down from more than 5 million in 2017, and a far cry from its 2011 show that drew in 10.3 million viewers. Instead of going the dinosaur route of putting her Savage x Fenty brand’s second annual runway show on TV, like the now deceased Victoria’s Secret show, she took her talents to Amazon Prime Video. The cool and hip lingerie show was available to 100 million Prime subscribers in more than 200 countries. It featured women of all shapes and sizes, with racially diverse models who represented nearly all the shades offered by Rihanna’s Fenty makeup line. Her beauty brand generated $558 million in its first full year in operation. Fashion Faux Pas: The former CMO of Victoria’s Secret, Ed Razek told Vogue last year “the show is a fantasy” and essentially people don’t have any interest in a TV special for plus sizes. WIth this type of corporate thinking, one can easily see how Rihanna’s brand put a nail in Victoria’s Secrets’ fashion show coffin. In contrast, the international pop icon told the same publication in May 2018 “women should be wearing lingerie for their damn selves.” She also added, “I can only hope to encourage confidence and strength by showing lingerie in another light.” Time For A New Push-Up: On the most recent earnings call Victoria’s Secret stated they decided to scale back on its more “extravagant marketing methods.” Sales at the brand which gave you the push up bra have fallen off 6% this year, and lead the company to lay off 15% of its employees. All hope isn’t lost for Victoria’s Secret since it’s still the biggest lingerie brand in the U.S. They command a market share of 24%, albeit that’s down from about 32% in 2013, according to Coresight Research. Shares of L Brands are down more than 25% this year. However, they have a lot of work to do to fend off the Savage lingerie market takeover from Rih Rih! https://www.forbes.com/sites/korihale/2019/11/30/rihanna-killed-victorias-secrets-fashion-show-business/#582b064766b5
  8. SONG OF THE YEAR (Always Remember Us This Way) BEST COMPILATION SOUNDTRACK FOR VISUAL MEDIA (A Star Is Born) BEST SONG WRITTEN FOR VISUAL MEDIA (I'll Never Lover Again) https://www.grammy.com/grammys/awards/62nd-annual-grammy-awards-2019
  9. All track lengths out now on iTunes!
  10. Fall On Me has officially hit #1 on US iTunes!!! https://imgur.com/a/oVxdBY3 (I forgot how to put pics in the post ) And @Shazam tweeted: "@AGreatBigWorld's performance with @xtina was the most #Shazamed during last night's @AMAs!! "
  11. Finally she's getting the recognition she deserves!
  12. Album of the Year for Norman Fucking Rockwell! & Song of the Year for Norman fucking Rockwell! I'm SO proud of her
  13. On the Nov. 29, 2014-dated Billboard Hot 100, "Blank Space" ousted 1989 lead single "Shake It Off" from the top spot -- making Swift the first woman in the chart's 56-year history to succeed herself at No. 1. It spent seven weeks atop the Hot 100 (Swift's longest leader to date) and also dominated radio, spending six weeks atop the Pop Songs, Adult Pop Songs and Radio Songs charts, as well as four weeks at No. 1 on Adult Contemporary. "In reality, I was a 24-year-old young woman who was meeting people and dating the way everyone should be allowed to," Swift tells Billboard, "but because I’m also a songwriter and in the public eye (and because this was five years ago when the conversation around double standards against women was less of a mainstream argument), people were allowed to shame me, joke about me, and make me feel like I was doing something wrong. I used 'Blank Space' as a way to show people that I knew what they were saying, and that the way they were portraying me (a serial man eater, volatile, dramatic, petulant, immature) wasn’t breaking me...it was actually an inspiring character they had drawn up. "Was it factual or autobiographical? No. Was it a way for me to show strength by turning a scarlet letter into a fashion accessory? Absolutely." x
  14. Will she even attend? Probably not I like the categories she's been put inside of. Although I only think she has a chance of winning "Best Music Film" and "Best Song Written For Visual Media". She won't win the others...
  15. Régine Filange

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    -Best Remixed Recording “I Rise (Tracy Young’s Pride Intro Radio Remix)” — Tracy Young, remixer (Madonna) They nominated material from 'Madame X' at the only category where Madonna doesn't get credit. It's like they're doing it on purpose, i hate the clowns. This is the worst remix of 'I Rise' too, imagine working for the Grammys and picking that remix out of the best ones.
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