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  1. I don't know if that was posted yet, but here it is. Here vocals sound very raw (in terms of mixing, there's hardly any effects or vocal altering too), very American Life. What do you think?
  2. TMCSC


    From 2017 with the last shadow puppets. around the same time california was made
  3. Selena Gomez Social Media Updates Your one-stop source for all updates happening on Selena's social media accounts. Twitter Instagram Facebook MySpace Tik Tok
  4. Princess Aurora


    This is not my favorite Madonna Album but I couldn't help myself making a Non-Stop Mix about it. There were all the remixed tracks to the Deluxe Edition so this is the result I hope you like it
  5. She won this time, many people support her and drag the ageist rats, including the ageist sites + she had a boost on iTunes cause of one photo. Queen is ending ageism.
  6. Pauly Antonio


    Beyonce had... A DECADE!!
  7. Brunette.


    when a mysterious picture of a man with a lake in the background got posted to Britney's Instagram, with a caption along the lines of "about to jump into the water 🌊🌊🌊" and everyone thought that she got hacked or something, but as it turned out her team paid someone to post for her? Google can't help me, I've looked for it and I searched for it on here too but I can't find it. Maybe y'all can help?
  8. So I finally updated my Future Nostalgia megamix. I'm glad it wasn't blocked or muted I hope you like it
  9. Moira O'Hara


    Different flow too in some parts.
  10. ...to be free? What does that woman have to do to regain freedom of her life, of her career and so on? I hope the GP won't realize that something seriously wrong is going on with her before it's too late (Amy Winehouse, Robin Williams,...) I'm praying for this humble human being to be free of abuse and bullying.
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  12. New York (CNN Business)L'Oreal (LRLCF), the world's largest cosmetic and beauty company, announced on Friday that it will stop using words like "whitening" and "fair" in describing its products. The announcement comes amid anti-racism protests and calls against racial inequality following George Floyd's death. "The L'Oreal Group has decided to remove the words white/whitening, fair/fairness, light/lightening from all its skin evening products," the French cosmetics giant said in statement. L'Oreal faced backlash earlier in the month following a post on Twitter stating it "stands in solidarity with the Black community, and injustice of any kind." The post garnered comments accusing the company of hypocrisy for dropping British model Munroe Bergdorf from its brand in 2017, following comments she made about systemic racism. The model herself, also criticized the brand for its solidarity message for Black Lives Matter, saying L'Oreal "threw me to the wolves for speaking out about racism and white supremacy." She was the UK brand's first transgender model before she was dropped. Bergdorf said in a Twitter statement that L'Oreal Paris brand president, Delphine Viguier, "expressed regret for how the situation was handled" following a conversation between the two. The company rehired Bergdorf and she will now join the UK company's diversity and inclusion advisory board. L'Oreal isn't the first company to make changes to its brand, as pushback continues over controversial skin-lightening products and beauty companies' lack of racial diversity in products and advertisements On Thursday, Hindustan Unilever, the Indian and Bangladesh unit of Anglo-Dutch firm Unilever (UL), announced that it would "stop using the word 'Fair" on its "Fair and Lovely" skincare products. Unilever stated its reason was to move toward "a more inclusive vision of beauty." https://edition.cnn.com/2020/06/27/business/loreal-removes-word-whitening-fair-skincare-products/index.html
  13. You may remember Material Girl going viral on the app last year (the sound has generated over 204,000 videos) with videos like these for instance: https://www.tiktok.com/@btypep/video/6715472385409109254?lang=en https://www.tiktok.com/@addyurdaddy/video/6710781064794606854?lang=en https://www.tiktok.com/@kornonthekoob/video/6713253957839490310?lang=en https://www.tiktok.com/@a.vanduyne/video/6804948948290194694?lang=en https://www.tiktok.com/@zoelaverne/video/6715396198443781382?lang=en https://www.tiktok.com/@bellaanderrson/video/6711074621090696453?lang=en Now the song is included in another popular sound, for literally being a timeless song that everyone knows including Gen Z https://www.tiktok.com/@thevitnells/video/6832034093744540934?lang=en https://www.tiktok.com/@brittany_broski/video/6839933100877712646?lang=en https://www.tiktok.com/@vaimonroe/video/6840950023203654917?lang=en https://www.tiktok.com/@doradolphin/video/6838408876379884806?lang=en https://www.tiktok.com/@grace.levine/video/6821634252262673669?lang=en https://www.tiktok.com/@leaveit2liz/video/6839478597330275590?lang=en The song is almost 40 years old but Gen Z is still shook by how remembered Madonna is!
  14. The album to start with Like a Prayer (1989) Madonna’s 1980s hits such as Holiday, Into the Groove and Like a Virgin are brilliantly captured on The Immaculate Collection (1990). If you want a deeper exploration of her musical psyche and kinetic songwriting though, I’d advise listening to the post-True Blue albums. In the late 80s, having conquered the charts with 19 hit singles, she was ready to challenge herself with more personal lyrics and a richly collaborative approach with her producers and musicians. Dubbed her “divorce album”, 1989’s Like a Prayer was recorded at the worst point in Madonna’s marriage to Sean Penn, as the giddy pace and crashing glass of Till Death Do Us Part testifies. As well as capturing the emotional chaos of her marriage, Madonna delved into her Catholic girlhood and family dynamics with some Freudian pop songwriting. Producer Pat Leonard was the yang to Madonna’s yin, his deeply melodic music providing the ballast for her vivid lyrics. The standout song here is easily the iconic title track, with its fiery gospel choir, Guy Pratt’s runaway bass line and the lyrical celebration of the sacred and profane. Also lovely is the tender piano ballad Promise to Try (in memory of her mother), and Express Yourself – a funky, feminist call to arms that she wrote with Stephen Bray, stepping out, as he put it “like Daenerys in Game of Thrones, emerging from the fire”. The three to check out next Ray of Light (1998) Recorded in her late 30s, after the birth of her daughter Lourdes, 1998’s Ray of Light marks out Madonna’s maturity as an artist. Study of Kabbalah and yogic philosophy had taken her down an experimental path, and William Orbit’s trippy, electronic production created the space for questing lyrics about the death of the ego and personal transformation. Singing a set of robust, theatrical songs for the Evita movie soundtrack two years earlier had made Madonna’s voice stronger and more expressive – especially for the techno-driven title track, in which Orbit made her sing a semitone above her comfort zone. This record is a triumph, more of a concept album than a collection of songs. It’s not just Orbit’s icy production that makes it so rewarding, but Pat Leonard’s dramatic arrangements for tracks like Frozen and Nothing Really Matters (the latter featuring glorious backing vocals by Donna De Lory and Niki Haris). There is a sense of personal revelation in the chilling final track Mer Girl, where Madonna creates a poetic, nightmarish vision of her dead mother buried beneath the earth. The album won her four Grammys, and conclusively proved her worth as a musician and executive producer, willing to take artistic risks. On the track Nothing Really Matters, for instance, Orbit wanted to get rid of co-producer Marius De Vries’ strange, strangled intro. “Sounds like a broken DAT,” he protested. Madonna, who had the casting vote, kept the noise in, adding another layer to the album’s futuristic, otherworldly sound. Music (2000) Driven by producer Mirwais Ahmadzaï’s fractured disco and acid bass, the opening track is classic party Madonna. “Music makes the people come together / Music makes the bourgeoisie and the rebel.” What a fantastic line – and, sung in that choppy, insouciant way, one of most memorable in 2000s pop. On this album, Madonna explores what love and music mean to her, moving easily from the sinuous country grooves of Don’t Tell Me to the space age ambience of What It Feels Like For a Girl (complete with Charlotte Gainsbourg’s soft spoken-word intro). What’s most striking now is the track Paradise (Not for Me). Somewhat overlooked at the time of the album’s release, with its pitch-shifting chanson, trip-hop bedroom pop and melting strings, it’s very of this pop moment. Madame X (2019) Madonna went a little off the boil after 2005’s Confessions on a Dance Floor with a few albums (Hard Candy, MDNA, Rebel Heart) where she seemed less engaged, less excited. With last year’s Madame X, she rediscovered her mojo. Reflecting on her new life in Lisbon, this album is about exile and liberation, incorporating everything from reggaeton, mournful Portuguese fado and devotional Moroccan Ganawa to trap-inspired hip-hop. Dark Ballet (produced by Mirwais) has a rococo brilliance, while I Don’t Search I Find is an almost mystical return to the dancefloor. And Batuka, performed with the mighty Orquestra Batukadeiras, has a dark, percussive female power. When you think about where Madonna began, with the heady New York beat box sound of 1982’s Everybody, hers has been an amazing journey. One for the heads Sorry (Pet Shop Boys Maxi Mix, 2006) Sorry is the best song on Madonna’s disco-inspired Confessions on a Dance Floor. The radio version is throwaway, flippant and arch, but this eight-minute Pet Shop Boys remix brings out a whole new layer of meaning, emphasising the drama behind Madonna’s words. Just after an enticing build-up comes Madonna’s quietly menacing vocal, and the PSB’s plaintively apologetic: “I’m sorry … so sorry.” Thunderous – and my favourite remix ever. https://www.theguardian.com/music/2020/jun/17/madonna-where-to-start-in-her-back-catalogue
  15. Let's get messy Confessions spawned a huge first single, just like Like a Prayer, but some people (ie me ) weren't impressed by the rest of the album. Which record, do you think, did not stand the test of time at all, and should be buried with Like a Virgin in the "Used to be a classic" vault? Ready for the downvotes extravaganza from our beloved Sebastian and Salvatore
  16. They served it honey. The song is amazing. These legends are back. I can’t wait for my fav band’s new album been stanning since Pre-Fallen eras! I love the effects in the video.
  17. The thread for all of Mariah's flawless GIFs
  18. https://www.abc.net.au/classic/read-and-watch/news/spanish-opera-house-reopens-after-lockdown-to-audience-of-plants/12388608
  19. She remembered her password I guess
  20. Dennis Reynolds


    Well, which one?
  21. They all gotta have one