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  1. @Hannah @Luca. @Daenerys @Maraj @Halcyon @Royalty @Michael. @Malfoy @TattooedHeart @Diamond @Royale @Cosmic @Hyun. @Jake @Hector @Dr. Slay @Taylor @Addi @Coca-Cola @Urbi @Jae @Starlight @Justas @Chapman. @Monster @Mandy Candy @Megan @Chris Morlock @Vulnicura. @backtolana @Brinty @Kaulitz. @@IntoYouSnatched @Imperfect @Ghostface If you would like to join the taglist, just let me know!
  2. 1. Promises (=) *second week at #1* 2. Eastside (=) 3. I Love It *new* 4. Body (+1) *new peak* 5. Taste (+3) *new peak* 6. Happier (+9) *new peak* 7. Girls Like You (+3) 8. Fall (+1) *new peak* 9. Lucky You (-3) 10. The Ringer (-6) 11. All I Am (+3) *new peak* 12. No Brainer (-1) 13. God is a woman (-1) 15. Electricity *new* 18. breathin (-1) 21. In My Feelings (-14) 28. FEFE (-2) 43. No Tears Left to Cry (-2) 44. Goodbye (+3) *new peak* 48. I Like It (-3) 49. Only You (-10) 61. Self Care *new* 78. Barbie Dreams (+21) 99. Hurt Feelings *new* See the full top 100 Read more
  3. The single and lyric video was released exactly a year ago today. It went on to sell 353,000 copies in its first week, spend 3 weeks at #1 and manage to garner over 200,000,000 streams for two weeks in a row. The song has nearly 1.5 billion streams from YouTube and Spotify alone! Sssssnakes, what do we think of LWYMMD a year later? It was clearly a polarizing single choice and many people didn’t know how to feel about it. Do we think it was the right choice for reputation’s lead single?
  4. Simón.


    Idk why it won’t embed
  5. Hello and welcome to the Taylor Swift Section! This is a thread mostly for newer users checking out the section and people who need help navigating it. Below I will list some of the main threads in the section to check out and discuss in! A big thank you to anyone posting and discussing here and helping our section out! *graphcs made by @Dr. Slay Official Section Taglist: @Arya @Juinae @Chapman. @Dr. Slay @Taylor @Dookie Quill @Honey @Halcyon @Reputation @Jae @Snow @Robert. @tigerlily13 @Jon. @Princess Aurora @RepuTAYtion @Hyperballad @#Music @Life13swift @LanaxGaga @Stripped @Kaulitz. @Sas @Sylk @WorkDude @Merryem @xoxo, olaf @Liz Lemon @Mandy Candy @SWINΞ @Chris Morlock @Luca @Monster @Manel @Hylia @Masaaku @Brinty @Music Meister @Ghostface @peterstyles13 @G.I.R.
  6. Rosé.


    Welcome to the FOTP Kesha Section! The Animal Kingdom What Song Are You Listening To? Gallery The Discography Thread Rainbow Discussion Thread LINKS: Animal Tag List
  7. More pics: Interview: https://www.elle.com/culture/celebrities/a22875404/selena-gomez-new-album-interview/
  8. I'm as big of an Animal as I am being a KatyCat. But Katy's unreleased, well... I don't have them in high-quality audio so I can't collect them. HOWEVER, for Kesha, my darling, I'm very dedicate to get these and in true WAV quality (like, the highest quality): A Bad Girl's Lament, Blah Blah Blah (feat. 3OH!3) [Official Explicit], Boots & Boys (Demo 3), Butterscotch (Mix 3), Former Over-Exposed Blonde, Hush Hush (Mix 2), I Hate You (Don't Leave Me), I Made Out With a Rockstar (Mix 1), Kiss Kiss - Hug Hug, Kiss 'n' Tell (Official Explicit), Krazy (feat. Detail) [Untagged], Lovers in the Deep End, Not My Problem, Paris Hilton's Closet, Pretty Lady (Demo), Pretty Lady (Final), Red Lipstick (Mix 1), Red Lipstick (Mix 2), Stuck Up Little Bitches, Styrofoam, This Tattoo, This Is Me Breaking up with You, TiK ToK ('No P-Diddy' Demo), TiK ToK (Demo Instrumental), Too Much (More Is the Cure), Uncensored, You're Freaking Me Out And only in 320kbps, MP3: American Fool What about y'all, what are your assets of tracks from Kesha? (I have her other unreleased as well, though)
  9. So apparently this exists? http://britneyspears.ac/lasers.htm It is a little known fact, that Ms Spears is an expert in semiconductor physics. Not content with just singing and acting, in the following pages, she will guide you in the fundamentals of the vital semiconductor laser components that have made it possible to hear her super music in a digital format.” Queen of semiconductors I guess
  10. Hey y'all! So I made a Spotify playlist titled "heartcore pop" and I added all the best pop songs from the past few months and the past couple of years that I believe have gone under the radar and deserve more appreciation and love! Pop music may have changed severely in the past few years but pop is still alive and well and I've put songs in this playlist that I believe are keeping pop music alive and well! The playlist features mainly female artists bc it's really hard for me to enjoy male artists' voices except a few Check out the playlist HERE and let me know what you think of it! I'm honestly so happy with the playlist cause imo they're all really good pop gems and there's a variety of pop songs in there that could appeal to different tastes! So check it out and let me know what you think! Oh and here's the tracklist of all the songs included in this playlist in case you don't have Spotify but would like to check some out anyway!
  11. Madonna turned 60 this past month, and with an impressive campaign lasting decades, and multiple image and sound changes, she's kept herself in the pop world's zeitgeist. There have been some meteoric highs in her career, songs that have stood the test of time and can be lauded as classics, and some less successful experimentation with her sound and character. Amongst all of her transitions, she has faced her fair share of criticism and controversy, but through it all she has undoubtedly provided a huge amount to the world of pop music, earning her the title 'Queen of Pop'. Over her 13 albums, Madonna has incredible tracks that range from pure pop to EDM based, and her adaptability and willingness to change with the times has kept her at the forefront of musical history. 13. Hard Candy (2008) Mixing the R&B sensibilities that had dominated the charts with her solid musical foundation as a pop artist, Hard Candy sounds like it should have worked, but it just isn't very good. With lead single '4 Minutes', featuring Justin Timberlake and Timbaland, being the only real stand out, this album is one that you could feasibly miss. Only '4 Minutes' reached the highs that Madonna was used to in her career, reaching number 1 in 21 different countries. However, the song is hugely dominated by Timberlake, with some critics noting that it feels more like a Timberlake song featuring Madonna than the other way around. The album faced heavy criticism for over-production, with some believing that Madonna may have left a lot of the work to producers Pharrell Williams and Timbaland. Other's speculate she just wasn't as interested in the album as she had been her previous works. It doesn't add anything to Madonna's career, and is by far the worst of her studio album releases. 12. MDNA (2012) Although Madonna must be praised for taking a huge risk in incorporating EDM in to her sound, this album just doesn't work very well. Critics were ambivalent towards it, with Madonna's lyrics seeming to be much weaker than the Queen of Pop is known for and others claiming she was catering to the contemporary music market, and perhaps this led to some less-than-inspired work. The production work of William Orbit couldn't save the album from this poor critical response, yet the album still performed well commercially, with this being Madonna's 12th to top the UK Album charts. Singles such as 'Give Me All Your Luvin'' and 'Girls Gone Wild' show some promise, but ultimately, the album doesn't play well as a whole. 11. American Life (2003) This album was created while Madonna, in the wake of the 9/11 terror attacks, was thinking profoundly about the world she was living in as an American celebrity. Given the politically charged nature of the entire country at the time, Madonna started to question the ideals of the American Dream and the society she found herself a spokesperson for. She also saw the end of an eleven year record deal with Maverick Records, and took this album as an opportunity to also write about her past 20 years as a performer. 'Die Another Day' works really well, especially as a Pierce Brosnan era Bond theme, and is a surefire highlight. While tracks such as 'American Life' and 'Hollywood' tackle the thoughts and feelings of Madonna about her position and her nation, the album comes off as incredibly bleak. 10. Rebel Heart (2015) Madonna's most recent work saw her collaborate with the likes of Kanye West and the late Avicii. However, she struggles in this album to keep cohesion and a creative direction. Thematically, this album is a return to familiar aspects of Madonna's career, focussing on her romantic and rebellious sides, but the mixture of genres keeps the album from playing as well as it could. Mixing in house, trap, and reggae music means there's a lot of experimentation and lots of variation, which sounds impressive, but in practice, it keeps the album disjointed. Highlights include the featured artists Nicki Minaj and Chance the Rapper, and the singles 'Living For Love' and 'Bitch I'm Madonna', the latter of which has a suitably energetic music video to accompany the track. 'Iconic' is also a fun, with a strong "follow your dreams" message that suits Madonna, but the backing beat hinders the performance a little too much. This album is closer to the Madonna that earned her Queen of Pop title, but still has a lot of flaws. 9. Music (2000) This album was a big departure from previous record Ray of Light, and saw Madonna move in to a more electronic and dance-pop focused production. However, she took many influences from rock and country music, with the album cover depicting her new image reinvention as a cowgirl. While the album received positive critical reception and performed very well commercially, selling 4 million copies in ten days, the album doesn't hold up as well as some of her other works, definitely feeling like a product of its time. Lead single 'Music' shows this not only in its sound, but also in its video, which famously includes Sacha Baron Cohen's Ali G character. However, 'What It Feels Like for a Girl" stands out on the album for having such a poignant feminist message, and withstands any ageing thanks to its strong message. It plays so much better than the previous entries on this list, but of her best works, it just isn't as iconic or impressive. Despite the inspired production and beats used in each track, the album seems to downplay Madonna herself and almost lose her amongst the noise. 8. Bedtime Stories (1994) Following on from her sexuality focused Erotica album, Bedtime Stories was Madonna's effort to soften her image after the backlash following the album and its companion book Sex.Also managing to comment on relationships and romance, this album seems a perfect follow-on thematically, but with a more commercial appeal. The album plays very well as a whole, keeping the themes at the forefront of each song, and creating an exploration of everything Madonna had to say about love and sorrow. The openness of this album, with self-reflective lyrics, makes it feel deeply personal and warm. Production wise, it's a great example of how well Madonna can incorporate popular music and transform her image and performance around it, perfectly mixing R&B in to the album's songs. Singles such as 'Bedtime Story' and 'Secret' being must-listens for fans of the pop music icon. There is an alluring quality to her vocals in 'Bedtime Story', sounding almost like a siren's call, and hypnotising the listener. Despite the previous album's backlash, Madonna doesn't feel like she has taken a step backwards to save her image here, and creates an enjoyable musical experience. 7. Madonna (1983) Madonna's self-titled first album shot the singer in to the limelight with a bang. Using some of the newest tech in the industry to create her album, and launching the future icon's incredible career. The album boasts songs such as 'Holiday' and 'Borderline', calling card songs for the Queen of Pop. The songs on this album are pure 80's classics, and have followed Madonna throughout her career and in all of her tours. Thanks to the incredible dance-pop tracks on this first album, it became the standard that all pop music was compared to. It reached the top 10 charts in numerous countries, and made sure everyone around the world heard her name. This album holds up incredibly well today, and still has its tracks played widely on radio shows. The ear-worm songs stick with the listener once they have heard them, and it is a remarkable compliment to Madonna that her first work is still so lauded and memorable. 6. Like A Virgin (1984) A record breaking outing from Madonna came in the form of her second studio album, Like a Virgin. This album became the first by a female artist to sell over 5 million copies in the United States. It was also her first album to reach number one on the Billboard 200 chart. With singles such as the titular 'Like a Virgin' and 'Material Girl' cementing Madonna's place as a pop artist, this album led on from her first with even stronger songs. 'Like a Virgin' gave Madonna her first number one in the United States, and 'Into the Groove' gave her her first UK number one. With these huge leaps in her career, Madonna made sure to prove she wasn't a one hit wonder, and that she would be a recurring face in the music industry. The popularity of the album commercially overshadowed any criticism, and the album remains such an important one, not only in her own career, but in the history of pop music in general. 5. Erotica (1992) An incredibly ambitious and provocative album, Erotica was simultaneously released alongside Madonna's book Sex, and thematically focussed on sex, romance, and taboos. While this album might not have as many stand out single tracks, due to its strong focus on its prime concepts and cohesion, it is an incredibly solid and consistent listen. This album was a huge step for women's sexual liberation, something Madonna is widely known for being an ambassador of. Driven by Madonna's alter-ego personality, Dita, the dominatrix persona was unashamed about speaking openly about her desire and passions. The album didn't perform as well commercially, mostly because of the backlash over the accompanying Sex book, yet it still performed well. The general public, and their sensibilities at the time, just wasn't ready to see a pop star who once had a clean image in such provocative positions. Critically, however, the album is rightly praised, and its legacy is long-lasting and impressive, being named as one of the best albums of the 90s. This is one of Madonna's best reinventions of her image and an astounding album. 4. True Blue (1986) Madonna's third studio album was an attempt to reach an older audience, incorporating elements of classical music, and focussing thematically on dreams, disappointments, and love. Dedicating the album to then-husband Sean Penn, Madonna used the inspiration of her spouse to create an exceptional album with some classic tracks. Singles 'La Isla Bonita' and 'Open Your Heart' became instant hits, with the latter being laden with innuendos about sexual desire, and proved Madonna's ability to remain provocative whilst also creating great music. Additionally, 'Papa Don't Preach' became one of Madonna's most important and poignant tracks to date, commenting on the social taboos of teenage pregnancy and abortion that had been ignored in American music. The sense of passion found in Madonna's vocals, some of the best of her career, improve the quality of already impressively produced tracks with thoughtful and meaningful lyrics. The instruments of each track are carefully selected to compliment her voice and lyrical content, and it creates a beautiful synergy. The catchiness of the songs on the album is another compliment to Madonna, who managed to keep these songs from the heart whilst also being commercially accessible and enjoyable. 3. Confessions On A Dance Floor (2005) Madonna's dance album is the highest ranking of her releases since the turn of the millennium. Her tenth studio album was a huge step away from previous record American Life, and found musical influence in the 70s and 80s disco sound, modernising these influences for the early 2000s. Lead single 'Hung Up' was the most successful dance song of the decade according to Billboard. It managed to top the charts in 41 countries, and samples ABBA's hit song, 'Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (A Man After Midnight)' for its infectious beat. The album manages to keep this irresistibly fun tone early on, whilst slowly delving in to some darker and more personal insecurities with its lyrics in later tracks. Driven by the production of its beats, the album doesn't fall foul of losing Madonna in the noise, like later efforts, and manages to find the sweet spot of balancing Madonna's appeal and vocal ability with these incredible backing tracks. An impressive return to Madonna's best, and one she has yet to return to in the 13 years since, Confessions on a Dance Floor serves as a prime example of Madonna's adaptability and desire to remain relevant, contemporary, and, more importantly, to create great music. 2. Ray Of Light (1998) The runner up is Madonna's seventh studio album, and, similarly to the top spot, is one that focuses thematically on Madonna's spirituality, except this album focuses on her studies of Hinduism and Buddhism. The album has been universally praised and hailed as one of her best, with everyone admiring her new direction and focus on the electronica and dance genres. It is frequently found on lists of the greatest albums of all time, and shows some of Madonna's key qualities as a musician. Her ability to alter her image and music to fit the current trends and audiences, whilst also expressing her vocal ability and personal mindset at the time of recording. She felt there was a whole new piece of her voice she hadn't used before, and decided to build this album around exploring this new direction for her singing. With impressive individual tracks such as 'Frozen' and 'Ray of Light' achieving incredible chart success, and the album as a whole playing so well, this outing from Madonna has everything an artist could want from an album, and is rightly considered one of her best. 1. Like A Prayer (1989) Madonna's 4th studio album takes the top spot, thanks to the thematic link threading through all of the album's 11 tracks. Starting with the titular 'Like a Prayer', one of Madonna's most successful and recognisable singles throughout her illustrious career, the album plays out like a confession. The strong themes reveal some of Madonna's most open and vulnerable performances, as it is a deeply personal and emotional account of her religious beliefs and the loss of her mother when she was young. She manages to talk so openly about her relationships with her parents, whilst also finding time to promote female empowerment in 'Express Yourself' without it feeling like a huge departure. The breadth of topics covered in the album don't hinder it, as the religious and personal themes are seen in every track, pulling each individual chapter into one impeccable whole story. This album is one of the first things you think of when Madonna is concerned, and it is due to its impressive production, commercial and critical success, and its representation of Madonna as one of the best of all time. http://whatculture.com/music/ranking-all-13-madonna-studio-albums-from-worst-to-best
  12. Talent stanning talent. . Madonna was pretty. More pics of Grace. https://www.gettyimages.com/photos/madonna-sex-book?sort=mostpopular&mediatype=photography&phrase=madonna sex book
  13. https://www.goldderby.com/awardshows/expert-predictions/oscars-nominations-2019/actress/sort/recent/ 7/10 for Best Actress
  14. Wig Gaga Is also in Paris if we get a Gaga/Britney collab on LG6 or B10 I can die happy