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  1. https://www.discogs.com/Lana-Del-Rey-NFR/release/14067625
  2. A1 I Got You Babe A2 Sunny A3 The Beat Goes On A4 Little Man A5 Just You A6 Sing C'est La Vie B1 What Now My Love B2 Let It Be Me B3 But You're Mine B4 Laugh At Me B5 Living For You B6 A Beautiful Story B7 Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down) https://www.discogs.com/Sonny-Cher-The-Ingenious-Times/release/14050828 Numbered 1.111 Units Only | 180g Marbled Vinyl Made in EU
  3. I wish I had this bitch's work ethic. Also, who announces the next album on the release day for the current album lol? She's keeping us fed. It's great to see how excited she is about her music.
  4. gabsuxx

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    I didn't find this topic here, so I made it. It's actually hard to rank the songs on this album, I love all of them, but I'll try, and then tell me your personal rank: 1. In My Arms 2. Like A Drug 3. 2 Hearts 4. The One 5. No More Rain 6. Cosmic 7. Sensitized 8. Nu-di-ty 9. Wow 10. Stars 11. Heart Beat Rock 12. All I See 13. Speakerphone Such a shame there are only 13 tracks, a lot of unreleased songs recorded during the X Sessions are amazing and never got an official release
  5. 01. Kick It 02. Roller Skate 03. Everybody Come Together (feat. Angel Haze) 04. Hey Papa 05. King of the World 06. It Could Be Love 07. Where We Going Now 08. Can't Look Away 09. Can't Let Go 10. No Man I See 11. Sweet Nothing 12. I Feel You 13. Wishful Thinking 14. Real Love 15. Roller Skate (Acoustic Version) [Bonus Track] 16. Kick It (Acoustic Version) [Bonus Track] 17. Everybody Come Together (Acoustic Version) [Bonus Track] 18. King of the World (Acoustic Version) [Bonus Track]
  6. Nadia Almada

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    Anyone else think this is her best? I've only been on here a day but most other places it's seen as her worst
  7. Ruthless Love

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  8. Is it SELF TITLED or are U Tasteless?? Jk Jk, But Self Titled does slay!!!
  9. Urbanov

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    Independent - 10/10 “On her new album, Eve, she explores a lineage of black female icons in a way that is both tender and compelling.” Guardian - 8/10 ”With every track named for a black woman, Nina, Aaliyah and Oprah among them, Rapsody’s playful flow is balanced by her dry wit.” HipHopDX - 10/10 ”Her wordplay wizardry, intricately woven details and unparalleled lyrical prowess emanate from every song. As Rap always says, “Culture over everything” and EVE is no exception.” this lowkey might be a rap AOTY
  10. 1. "Kids in the Dark" 2. "The Hunger" 3. "Feel for You" 4. "Desert Man" 5. "Jasmine" 6. "Vampires" 7. "So Good" 8. "Safe Tonight" 9. "Peach Sky" 10. "Mountains"
  11. On 23 May 2019, they released the song "Easier" as the lead single from their upcoming fourth studio album. Its follow-up single, "Teeth", from Season 3 of the Netflix series 13 Reasons Why, was be released on 21 August 2019 Confirmed Tracks: Easier Teeth Who Do You Love? (With the Chainsmokers) Singles: 1. Easier 2. Teeth
  12. 1. Insert Coin 2. Unsainted 3. Birth of the Cruel 4. Death Because of Death 5. Nero Forte 6. Critical Darling 7. Liar’s Funeral 8. Red Flag 9. What’s Next 10. Spiders 11. Orphan 12. My Pain 13. Not Long for This World 14. Solway Firth This album is fire.
  13. https://www.discogs.com/Britney-Spears-In-The-Zone/release/13993590
  14. FFDP just posted a behind the scenes of working on a new album in my home town Las Vegas, NV
  15. Our Queen involved in every detail including cutting herself cover art variants and putting them into cd cases to see how it looks
  16. Neely O Hara

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    Is Kylie’s comeback album the most overrated of her career? How often do you listen to it? What are your most used songs? Is it worthy of its praise or is it just a glorified soundtrack to take poppers and bottom your life to? Post your thoughts
  17. New album created by a group featuring Jack Antonoff, Sounwave, and Sam Dew. Honestly album is amazing, one of my favorites of 2019 so far. Half Love SOTY
  18. Loving the title
  19. 14. MDNA (2012) Standout tracks: Girl Gone Wild, Falling Free, Beautiful Killer While fans could no doubt argue to the end of time over which Madonna album deserves the top spot on this list, we’re pretty sure most will agree that MDNA is rightly placed at the bottom. As far as pop albums go, it’s still decent, with some great pop bangers like Girl Gone Wild and I Don’t Give A, and a trio of genuinely moving ballads in Love Spent, Masterpiece and Falling Free. Meanwhile, Beautiful Killer, which was criminally relegated to bonus track status, is a slice of No Doubt-influenced pop which deserves way more recognition. 13. Rebel Heart (2015) Standout tracks: Living For Love, Ghosttown, Joan Of Arc Rebel Heart was an improvement over previous album MDNA, and Madonna certainly seemed more passionate about the concept. Living For Love was a great house-inspired first single, and follow-up Ghosttown is one of the best ballads in her discography. It suffered from a lack of curation, though, especially when the Super Deluxe edition featured a whopping 23 tracks – and at points it feels like two separate albums chucked together. There are low points, including S.E.X. and Body Shop, but while we loved Bitch I’m Madonna ironically at the start, we now understand how brilliant it actually is – something you’ll never truly appreciate until you’ve performed it drunk at karaoke… which we have. 12. Hard Candy (2008) Standout tracks: Give It 2 Me, Miles Away, Beat Goes On In the eyes of many fans (and critics), Hard Candy was the first time in her career that Madonna stopped creating trends and starting chasing them instead. That’s not inherently a terrible thing, of course, and any other artist would probably be given a free pass to do so – but as the most influential pop star in the world, fans holds Madonna to higher standards. Still, it’s a great album, and sees Madge blend R&B and hip-hop elements with her signature poppy hooks – and has welcome guest appearances from Kanye West and Justin Timberlake, as well as producers Timbaland, Danja and The Neptunes. 11. Madonna (1983) Standout tracks: Holiday, Borderline, Lucky Star It’s safe to say the current landscape of pop would look immensely different without Madonna’s self-titled debut. After her debut single, Everybody, failed to chart in any country upon release in 1982, Madonna tried again with the underrated dance-rock anthem, Burning Up. But like its predecessor, the song failed to put Madonna on the map, and it wasn’t until the third single Holiday in which she would achieve acclaim and chart success. It became her first top 20 entry on the Billboard Hot 100 and a top ten hit in countries such as Australia, Germany, Ireland and the UK. Her momentum continued with iconic jams such as Lucky Star and Borderline, the latter of which became her first music video to receive heavy rotation by MTV. The album is a classic, but because it was Madonna’s first, it lacked the innovation and direction of her later works. It’s also her shortest album to date – with only eight songs – hence its 11th place rank. 10. Like A Virgin (1984) Standout tracks: Like a Virgin, Into the Groove, Material Girl While Madonna’s self-titled debut was an enormous success and launched her career, her sophomore effort Like a Virgin was where she cemented herself as a force to be reckoned with in the world of pop. The title track became Madonna’s first number one single on the Billboard Hot 100, while Into the Groove became her first UK chart topper. The album’s second single, Material Girl, also became one of her signature tracks and its accompanying Marilyn Monroe-inspired clip is still one of her most iconic and recognised videos to date. Although it remains one of the best selling albums in history, we’ve placed it quite low because it’s not one we revisit much, besides the singles. That’s not to say it’s a bad album of course, but like her debut, it lacks the innovative sounds of albums such as Ray of Light and Confessions Of A Dancefloor. It was quite safe. 9. Music (2000) Standout tracks: Music, Amazing, Runaway Lover After garnering massive acclaim and chart success with Ray of Light – which is often recognised as one of the best albums in history – Madonna once again reinvented her image and sound for her eighth studio album, Music. The era saw Madonna incorporate a cowgirl aesthetic (Joanne could never!) and country-slash-funk vibe with her sound, and while it didn’t live up to ROL, it continued her streak of hits and critical acclaim. The album’s disco-funk title track became Madonna’s 12th number one single on the Billboard Hot 100 (fun fact: it’s her last chart-topper there) and is often regarded as one of the best songs of the 2000s. While Don’t Tell Me and What It Feels Like For a Girl are standouts in Madonna’s discography, the album also featured incredible hidden gems such as Amazing and Runaway Lover (both by ROL’s primary producer, William Orbit). 8. Madame X (2019) Standout tracks: God Control, Crave, I Don’t Search I Find After three albums of radio-friendly pop music, but little in the way of innovation, we were hesitant to get our hopes too high for Madame X. Then we found out she was working with Mirwais, the genius producer behind much of Music and American Life, and suddenly a genuinely exciting, forward-thinking Madonna album seemed like an actual possibility. But no one could predict what the Queen of Pop delivered. Singing Portugese on a carnival-inspired track with Brazilian pop star Anitta? Yep, it’s Faz Gostoso. Revisiting the iconic finger snap from Vogue on a house track that sounds like Deeper And Deeper and Rescue Me had a lovechild? That’ll be I Don’t Search I Find. Refusing to renounce her faith in God over a manic sample of Dance Of The Reed Pipes from Tchaikovsky’s The Nutcracker Suite? That’s here too, in Dark Ballet. It’s one of her most divisive releases in over a decade which, when it comes to Madonna, has never been a bad thing. She previously described the record as a “continuation” of American Life, a comparison which has a lot of merit, although there are a few too many dud tracks for it to match up to the former’s glory. 7. Like A Prayer (1989) Standout tracks: Like a Prayer, Express Yourself, Cherish Although Madonna’s fourth studio album didn’t sell like her previous effort, True Blue, Like a Prayer was where the star became known for her creative – and controversial – vision. The video for the album’s lead single and title track portrayed Madonna as a witness to a crime in which a black man has been falsely accused because of his skin colour, and also included scenes of religious allegory. It was widely shocking at the time, and led to Madonna being criticised by the Vatican and religious groups, and her dismissal by Pepsi, who had used the song in one of their commercials. Fans and critics then noted Madonna as an artist, rather than a pop performer. Its follow-up, Express Yourself, also became one of her biggest career hits and has since become an anthem for the LGBTQ community. It’s hard to imagine what Madonna’s career would’ve become without Like a Prayer. 6. Erotica (1992) Standout tracks: Erotica, Deeper And Deeper, Words Madonna’s no stranger to controversy – she practically invented the word – and controversies don’t come much bigger than Erotica. She’d already challenged racial divides and discovered a career-long fetish for religious symbolism on Like A Prayer, but Erotica became one of the biggest affronts to white, Christian, middle-class America ever to appear in pop music when it dropped in 1992. Decades before artists like Rihanna and Britney Spears openly celebrated S&M and threesomes in their chart hits, Madonna became dominatrix alter-ego Mistress Dita, turning the listener into a voyeur of all things pleasurable – or ‘deviant’ in the eyes of conservatives. Sonically, the album does sound quite dated, but the lyrics and themes, including a heartbreaking song about friends lost to AIDS, were ahead of their time. She went one step further with the release of her explicit SEX book, a double-punch which had potential to destroy her career, but instead solidified her place as pop culture’s greatest icon. 5. Bedtime Stories (1994) Standout tracks: Secret, Human Nature, Bedtime Story Out of every Madonna album, Bedtime Stories remains the most criminally underrated, and arguably her most important. Human Nature (both the song and the video) is one of her finest singles of all time, giving a solid middle finger to her critics and those who attempt to suppress female sexuality in the aftermath of her controversial Erotica era, while its more experimental moments including Sanctuary and the Björk-penned Bedtime Story are pure bliss to the ears. Placing it above fan favourites like Erotica and Like A Prayer may raise a few eyebrows, but listened to in the current musical landscape, the album’s R&B/Pop sound sounds remarkably current – more so than any other early-to-mid Madonna release. Take A Bow, beautifully backed by a full orchestra, remains a staple in Madonna’s greatest hits, and helped tone down her image for an offended public. 4. American Life (2003) Standout tracks: Nothing Fails, X-Static Process, Easy Ride When it was released in 2003, American Life received a mixed response from critics and fans, many of whom didn’t quite get the album thanks to its experimental production, controversy-courting music videos and largely un-relatable lyrics. But in retrospect, the album has fared more favourably, with many considering it a highlight in Madonna’s career and praising the risks she took both in sound and politics – even the rap in title track American Life, which was once seemingly unforgivable, has since gained iconic status. Madonna’s often at her most divisive when she has something to say, but that’s also when her true genius shines. 3. True Blue (1986) Standout tracks: True Blue, Papa Don’t Preach, La Isla Bonita Her best selling studio album to date – after compilation album The Immaculate Collection – True Blue was inspired by her relationship with her then husband, Sean Penn, and saw the star dial down her iconic high-pitched tone in favour of a bubblegum pop voice. In order to engage an older audience, Madonna incorporated classical music with dance-pop, which is evident on groundbreaking singles Papa Don’t Preach and La Isla Bonita. True Blue eventually became the biggest selling album of the 80s by a female artist, and spawned five top five singles on the Billboard Hot 100 – including three number ones. True Blue is nine tracks of 80s pop perfection, and is, without a shadow of a doubt, Madonna’s strongest effort from that decade. 2. Confessions On A Dance Floor (2005) Standout tracks: Hung Up, Sorry, Isaac Can you imagine a more perfect lead single than Hung Up? Seriously, give it ago. We’ll wait… No? Didn’t think so. It’s famously only the second time Swedish supergroup ABBA have allowed their music to be sampled, and thank god they did, as the song kicked off what was arguably Madonna’s most beloved era of all time – and without a doubt her gayest yet. The album, which plays out like one incredible non-stop mix (which you can actually find on Spotify), is pure joy from start to finish, tossing out the ballads – the closest we get is mid-tempo Forbidden Love, and even that features glittering synths – and truly giving the gays what they want: non-stop bangers. The decision to release a 70s disco album in the era of R&B-pop was further proof of Madonna’s ability to constantly reinvent herself, as well as her ability to take something unexpected and turn it into mainstream success. During the Confessions era, the Queen of Pop could do no wrong – a perfect dance-pop album, iconic visuals, and one of the greatest live tours of all time. In fact, there’s only one album that could possibly outrank it… 1. Ray Of Light (1998) Standout tracks: Drowned World/Substitute For Love, Frozen, Nothing Really Matters Ray of Light is widely regarded as Madonna’s magnum opus, and with good reason. After a string of controversies and cries that the Queen of Pop was ‘over’ – thanks in no small part to Erotica and the Sex book in the early 90s – she made a vague attempt to win back the public with follow-up album Bedtime Stories and the ballad collection Something To Remember. While both great releases, they lacked the sonic innovation and cultural impact that fans had come to expect from her albums. To many minds, Madonna’s best days were behind her. And then there was Ray Of Light. Launching a new era with a slow-burning, cinematic ballad that’s over six minutes long was a risk, but it paid off with Frozen, which was an instant hit and is fondly remembered as one of her greatest contributions to music. Suddenly, Madonna was back on top where she belongs. Follow-up title track Ray Of Light, with its pulsating beats and Eurodance influences, was the soundtrack to many queer people’s youth. But where the album shines best is when it’s consumed as a whole body of work, taking listeners on a spiritual journey through electronica, trip-hop, techno and trance, thanks to Madonna’s embrace of Kabbalah and an inspired decision to team up with then-unknown producer William Orbit. Together, they made magic, and it sounded like nothing anyone had ever heard from the Queen of Pop. Consistently surprising, experimental and, perhaps most importantly, cohesive; Ray of Light is proof that pop music can be art. https://www.gaytimes.co.uk/culture/122612/we-ranked-every-single-madonna-album-from-worst-to-best/
  20. Now, she's announcing that the single releases were not a part of some random stream of new content, but instead comprise the singer's new project, Clarity. The 12-track collection includes all eight of the singles Petras has put out over the past few months, including her newest erotic pop ballad, "Personal Hell." The new banger sounds like a blend of bassline bliss from Turn Off The Light, Vol. 1 and her bubblegum pop roots from "I Don't Want It At All." In addition to the eight tracks stans have already been bopping to for weeks, Petras is delivering like the goddess she is and gifting us all four new tracks, all of which have promising titles. "Icy," "Meet The Parents," "Another One," and the closing track, "Shinin'," are all fresh releases for the star. The full track listing reads: Clarity Icy Got My Number Sweet Spot Personal Hell Broken All I Do is Cry Do Me Meet The Parents Another One Blow It All Shinin https://twitter.com/kimpetras http://www.papermag.com/kim-petras-clarity-2638805715.html?rebelltitem=4#rebelltitem4
  21. Dan

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    The Rainbow Era Timeline I am going to document the Rainbow Era in this thread, from the announcement of the lead-single "Praying" all the way until the end of the era. I'll be adding to this thread when I get time, as of now it is incomplete. If you have recommendations, feel free to submit them! _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ July 3rd: Kesha offered the first imagery of this era, teasing with a picture of a Rainbow on her Instagram, followed by an image from the Praying music video the next day. July 5th: Kesha posted three Instagram videos, thanking the Animals and announced that Praying would be released the next day. July 6th: Releases the lead-single off her upcoming album Rainbow, called "Praying", receiving over 1 million streams on Spotify in the first day and rising to #2 on US iTunes.The music video was also released, receiving over 10million views in the first day. Kesha also appeared on the Zach Sang Show, which became her first interview of the era. Her album also became available for pre-order, which gave us the first glimpse of the new album cover. July 12th: Kesha teases the first promo-single off the album, "Woman". July 13th: Kesha releases the first promo-single off the album, "Woman". She also released the music video which was directed by her brother, Lagan. July 18th: Kesha appeared on the Elvis Duran show. She also announced on air that she would be performing at the iHeartRadio Music Festival 2017. July 19th: Kesha offered a behind-the-scenes picture of recording "Woman". July 20th: Kesha shared the behind-the-scenes video of creating the "Praying" music video. She also appeared on 92.3 AMP Radio for an interview. July 24th: Kesha announced that Rainbow would be available on Vinyl! July 26th: It was announced that Kesha would appear on Good Morning America on August 9th. A snippet of "Learn to Let Go" was also leaked, which was our first time hearing the song. July 27th: Learn to Let Go was released, along with a music video and a note explaining the meaning behind the song. Also, through Amazon, we were able to find out that the Japanese Edition of Rainbow would include "Emotional" as a bonus track. July 28th: A snippet of "Hymn" was leaked, which was our first chance to hear the song. It received mixed reviews based on the snippet. Kesha held a listening party, hosted by Spotify with some fans and many pictures were taken and we got the first couple reviews of the album! August 3rd: It was announced that Kesha would appear on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon on August 10th. Snippets of every song on Rainbow were also leaked. The audio of Hymn was also fully released everywhere. August 4th: Kesha held a fan-party at the YouTube space, in which she performed Praying, Woman and Hymn live for the first time for fans. This was livestreamed on YouTube. Kesha's legal team also claimed that Dr. Luke had hire a Scientology PR Firm to smear her name. August 8th: Rainbow was fully leaked, 3 days before the actual release date. Billboard also released an interview with Kesha, in which she discusses the influence behind Rainbow. August 9th: Kesha appeared on Good Morning America, where she performed Praying and Woman and had a short interview. This was her first TV appearance of the era (and yours truly was there!) August 10th: Kesha appeared on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, in which she performed Praying and played a game. August 11th: Today was the day, Rainbow was released - After almost 5 years of having no album, Kesha was finally able to release new music. A music video for the title-track was also released. August 12th: Kesha had a segment on CBS This Morning where she wrote a touching note to her 18-year-old-self. August 15th: Apple Music released a promo video for Rainbow. August 16th: Ryan Seacrest announced that Kesha would appear on his radio show the following day. August 17th: The Tonight Show released Kesha's cover of "House of the Rising Sun" on YouTube. She also called in to "On Air with Ryan Seacrest" for an interview. August 18th: Rainbow was officially out for 1 week, debuting at #1 in the US and #4 in the UK, selling over 120,000 copies. On social media, Kesha released a video showing the making of Let 'Em Talk. August 19th: Kesha called into MostRequestedLive for an interview. August 22nd: Through iTunes, it was found that Kesha would appear on Macklemore's upcoming album, "Gemini". August 24th: Because of the success of Rainbow, Kesha appeared at #1 on Billboard's Artist 100. August 26th: Kesha released a short video showing the making of Boogie Feet on social media. August 27th: It was announced that Kesha would present at the VMAs the next day. August 28th: Kesha went to the VMA's wearing a beautiful dress and giving an incredible speech. August 29th: It was announced that Kesha's Rainbow Tour was sold out. August 31st: Kesha got her new tattoo, "Live Free". September 2nd: Praying was certified Platinum in Australia. September 7th: It was announced that Kesha would appear on Ellen on September 22nd. September 9th: It was announced that Kesha would perform at the We Can Survive Concert later that month. September 12th: Rumors began circulating that Kesha would perform at the EMAs in November, these rumors were proven to be true at a later point. September 15th: Woman was danced to on Dancing with the Stars. Macklemore also confirmed that his track with Kesha, titled "Good Old Days" would be released the following Tuesday, accompanied by a music video. September 16th: It was announced that Kesha would appear again on Ellen on the 25th of September. September 17th: A snippet of Good Old Days was leaked. September 19th: Macklemore released his track with Kesha, as well as releasing the music video. September 20th: Kesha discussed her upcoming iHeart performance in a short interview. She also asked fans what their "Personal Hymn" off of Rainbow was, the title-track won the poll. September 22nd: Kesha appeared on the Ellen Degeneres Show and performed Praying. She also was seen at Macklemore's album release party. September 23rd: Kesha performed at the iHeartRadio Music Festival. She also performed Good Old Days live for the first time with Macklemore. September 25th: Kesha and Macklemore appeared on Ellen to performed Good Old Days. Kesha also spoke out about an anti-LGBT Law in Brazil. September 26th: This was the first day of the Rainbow Tour, we got our first look at the merch. September 27th: Kesha appeared on Remix Top30 for an interview. September 29th: The official remixes of Praying and Woman were released. October 3rd: Kesha shared her inspiration behind making the song Boots. October 4th: Kesha covered Rolling Stone and had a big interview. October 6th: Kesha shared the inspiration behind her song Bastards. Kesha wrote a BuzzFeed Blog about the Rainbow Tour's first week. October 8th: At a Rainbow Tour show, Kesha's Mom (Pebe), thanked the Animals for keeping Kesha alive. October 10th: It was announced that Kesha would perform at a series of Jingle Ball shows in the winter. October 11th: Kesha did an advertisement for Musical.ly. October 12th: Praying hit 100m streams on Spotify! October 13th: Kesha had another interview on MostRequestedLive. October 17th: Praying was officially certified Platinum in the US. October 18th: The Rainbow Tour merch was officially released online. Kesha also shared 25 facts about herself in US Weekly. October 19th: It was officially announced that Kesha would perform at MTV's European Music Awards. Kesha expressed support for victims of abuse and wore purple to celebrate LGBTQ+ Youth. October 20th: Kesha ranked 30th top Pop Artist of the past 25 years, according to Billboard. TiK ToK was also ranked the 13th best pop song of the past 25 years. October 21st: It was released what Kesha submitted for Grammy Nominations. October 22nd: Kesha performs at the "We Can Survive Concert", dedicating her performance to a fan's mom who is struggling with cancer. October 28th: Praying was certified 2x Platinum in Australia. The Rainbow vinyl was also released. October 30th: It is announced that Kesha will perform at Radio City Live on November 10th. Kesha also posts a video message about her vinyl. A new advertisement for MTV's show "Teen Mom OG" used Woman in the trailer. Kesha takes a picture with her Garbage Bag Dress at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. October 31st: Kesha has a concert on Halloween night, she wore amazing makeup for the show. November 1st: The behind the scenes of Learn to Let Go were released and set to be the second worldwide single. Rainbow had now surpassed 400,000 sales worldwide. The Praying music video also hit 1million likes. She had her final Rainbow Tour show in the US, where the Eagles of Death Metal came and performed with her, Avril Lavigne also attended and took a picture with Kesha. Kesha's lawyers also slammed Dr. Luke for submitting personal correspondence in court. November 2nd: Rainbow was featured in Apple Music's new promo video. Kesha's song Boogie Feet was used in an advertisement for MTV's show "Floribama Shore". Kesha hints at a second leg of the Rainbow Tour. November 4th: Woman was featured in the new movie "A Bad Moms Christmas". November 6th: A new Kesha unreleased track, "Fly Away" was leaked. November 8th: It is announced that Kesha will appear on BBC's Live Lounge on November 15th. Kesha also begins a Fundraiser Competition on her social media. November 9th: It was announced that Kesha would perform on the Graham Norton Show on November 24th. Billboard named Woman one of the top feminist anthems of the year. November 10th: The Learn to Let Go remixes were officially released. November 11th: The EMAs released a promotional video for Kesha's upcoming performance. November 12th: Kesha performed Learn to Let Go at the EMAs, walked the red carpet and had a short interview. November 13th: It was announced that Kesha would be performing at the "All for the Hall" benefit concert in February. November 15th: Kesha appeared on BBC's live lounge, where she sang Learn to Let Go and a cover of Khalid's silence. Woman also went Top 10 on Billboard's Dance Club Charts. November 18th: Good Old Days was certified Gold in Canada and New Zealand and Platinum in Australia. November 20th: It was announced that Kesha would be premiering on CMT's show Crossroads on December 6th. Good Old Days also entered the Top 20 of Pop Radio in the US. November 24th: Kesha appeared on the Graham Norton Show, where she performed Learn to Let Go and had a short interview. November 27th: Rolling Stone ranked Rainbow as the 4th Best Album of 2017. November 28th: Kesha was nominated for two Grammy's (Best Pop Vocal Album - Rainbow, Best Pop Performance - Praying), she posted a long message on Instagram about it. She also performed at the first Jingle Ball show. The rest is a Work in Progress... I'll do more as I get time. Recommendations are welcome!
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