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  1. #11 Kylie Minogue, ‘Golden’ Kylie goes country? Why not – she’s tried everything else. Always hot to invade new musical territory, the “Can’t Get You Out of My Head” legend takes over Nashville with the rhinestone-cowgirl disco twang of Golden. It’s a confident statement about sashaying into her 50s, facing up to mortality and heartbreak – in many ways, her most personal album since her underrated turning-30 cult favorite Impossible Princess. The One True Kylie gets elegiac in the ballad “Music’s Too Sad Without You,” but she sparkles brighter than ever in the banjo-disco of “Raining Glitter.” Check it out!
  2. Graphic design is my passion! It's that time of year again ladies and ladymen: I reveal some questionable opinions and get dragged by Liam and the Reycists I will be counting down my top 18 albums of 2018, an ongoing tradition of mine since 2014! "Did he even listen to 18 albums this year?" Liam and Lachlan jinxed. This year had some amazing releases and some duds and they will praised/dragged deservedly so. Now get your kettle boiling because it's time for taste and tea. 💋 List so far: Previous year ends: Venus XCX's Top 14 Albums Of 2014 Venus XCX's Top 10 Albums of 2015 Venus XCX's Top 16 Albums of 2016 Venus XCX's Top 17 Albums of 2017
  3. I think this one's gonna flop but I'm going to post it anyway ngl I'm bored on vacations and well... maybe I can introduce you to something new
  4. Too long to cut and paste, or just me too lazy to do it... Go visit Elle Magazine and give them some click love - Here
  5. Lachlan

    The series returns for one night only in honour of the great Mariah Carey and her latest record. Proceed with caution! --- GTFO - 9/10 An excellent track that I feel is getting lost in the excitement of the album's release. The song is sleek and modern without catering too hard to any particular trend, and her vocals find a perfect balance between being breezy and packed with attitude. I'm not entirely sure it should be the opening track, but that doesn't dampen any of it's shine! With You - 8/10 This song felt forgettable to me on my initial listen, but it's truly grown on me like a nasty rash and I'm convinced that @Venus XCX spiked my drink when he was down in Sydney a few weeks ago! This song sounds like a classic in a similar vein to We Belong Together, ignoring the fact that it didn't even scratch at the Bubbling Under. I love the Bone Thug/Breakdown lyric, we love a woman that references her back-catalogue. Those whistles towards the end of the song are definitely the tea as well. Caution - 7/10 Another really contemporary sounding cut, serving us #late #night #drive #vibes. It's not my absolute favourite from the album, but it's also not a skip by any means, and I feel as though it will grow on me as time starts SlippingAway.m4a. A No No - 8/10 Mariah has always handled samples excellently, and this Crush on You sample is no exception. The second verse on this is really great, from her university vocabulary with words like 'irregardless' to the Gilligan's Island references. She sounds like she's having fun on this one and I'll be bopping to it for a while. The Distance - 9/10 This truly deserves to be a hit. I love the contrast between the wordy verses and the simplistic chorus. Ty Dollar $ign doesn't even ruin the song with his 15 second verse and for that we are thankful. Serving gorgeous ad-libs on that final chorus, oh yes we stan this one for sure. Giving Me Life - 10/10 Mariah linking up with Blood Orange is a collaboration I never envisioned happening but I'm so glad it did because they came together to create the best song on the album. The production is immaculate but that's not surprising. The track is intimate and warm, and her lower register does wonders. The outro on this track is amazing (that last minute... whew), and something a little different for Mariah. One Mo 'Gen - 7/10 Mariah's very own Partition is here! The repeating of the 'yeah-yeah, one mo' gen' line over and over needed to be cut at the end of every chorus. Other than that, this song is pretty great; particularly that pre-chorus which is so melodically gorgeous. 8th Grade - 8/10 A great mid-tempo track all-round. The melodies are smooth and I actually found this song has been getting stuck in my head. The extended outro with the production switch-ups really lifts the song up to another level though. It's probably the Timbaland ad-libs but it vaguely reminded me of an early 00s Aaliyah-esque song. Stay Long Love You - 5/10 This song is pretty middle-of-the-road territory. There's nothing particularly memorable about it. I'm not going to skip it when listening to the whole album, but I won't be sticking it in any playlists either. Gunna doesn't add anything to the track and was entirely unnecessary. At least the chorus is catchy! Portraits - 10/10 It's rare that the final track on a Mariah album isn't a showstopper and thankfully this lives up to those expectations. The deep piano instrumentation harks back to her early ballads and those subtle strings in the latter half of the song are divine. Gorgeous melodies, gorgeous lyrics, gorgeous vocal performance. --- OVERALL - 81/100 This is a really solid album, and it appears she's one of the only legends who actually cares about releasing quality music. No shade to Kylie or Madonna of course! She manages to put her own spin on contemporary R&B and trap sounds without sounding like a blatant trend-hopper so props to her. However, anyone saying this is her best album since _______ clearly doesn't remember that Elusive Chanteuse AKA a top 5 Mariah Carey album still exists.
  6. Taylor is BACK!!! After teasing her fans with two singles with impressive music videos each, and two more promotional singles that left us in awe - she dropped her latest album, “reputation”, this Friday and so, here is our review! We decided to do a three-way track-by-track review, so that every song gets dragged and praised! Reviewed by: @#Music, @Alex. & @TattooedHeart Read our review here!!
  7. The one and only Christina Aguilera is officially back after an extremely long hiatus. What seemed like more than just 6 long years after dropping Lotus, the vocal powerhouse has returned with her new single along with a music video titled “Accelerate” featuring Ty Dolla $ign and 2 Chainz. The song was co-produced by none other than Kanye West, as well as Che Pope and Mike Dean. Read More
  8. Freaky Prince

    Review

    1 1 LADY GAGA & BRADLEY COOPER | A STAR IS BORN SOUNDTRACK INTERSCOPE 106,373 -21% 59,117 15,612 31,643 http://hitsdailydouble.com/sales_plus_streaming
  9. Please buy it once, but it twice...
  10. Hello~ I am a new member of this forum. My favorite One Direction song is “Story Of My Life” This song gets payed absolute dust for the lyrics that are just so beautiful. This is my favorite lines. Take a look. Written on these walls are the colors that I can't change Leave my heart open but it stays right here in its cage I know that in the morning now I see us in the light upon a hill Although I am broken, my heart is untamed, still And I'll be gone, gone tonight The fire beneath my feet is burning bright The way that I been holding on so tight With nothing in between What a beautiful lyrics !! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W-TE_Ys4iwM
  11. More: http://www.vulture.com/2018/10/a-star-is-born-how-the-media-would-have-covered.html?utm_campaign=vulture&utm_source=tw&utm_medium=s1
  12. Infrared

    Review

    She better get that black percentage up
  13. Hello girls and gays! My university hosted an advance screening of A Star is Born tonight, and I was lucky enough to attend! So, I have decided to share my thoughts on the film here! DISCLAIMER: I am not going to post any spoilers, so for those of you who want to avoid them, you don't have to worry! To give a little bit of a backstory, the doors for the event opened at 7:30 and the movie was to begin at 8. My university is decent sized, but it isn't huge, so I figured I'd get there at like 7:15 and be fine. Nope. I open the door to the building and I could barely step inside the line was so long. Fortunately, I was meeting up with a friend and he was near the beginning of the line, so phew! I asked what time he got there and said a little before 7, so I was shook. Clearly I underestimated how many people would come. So the doors finally open and we snatch good seats. About 15 minutes before the film begins, a student group goes on to play a cute acoustic set, but the thing that completely shook me was for their final song, they performed Poker Face. Now it was done really well, but what shook me was that the entire crowd was living for it. I mean the entire set before that, no-one was really paying attention, but for Poker Face everyone was singing along and clapping. Ugh it really showed people are still here for her to serve bops! Now on to the movie. Overall, it was truly beautiful. The acting was amazing. The music was unbelievable. I'm not going to speak about the plot and everything directly, but my favorite scene had to have been at the beginning at the gay bar. Shangela and Willam were great. Gaga was great. Bradley did amazing too. Other scenes I highly enjoyed were ones between Gaga and Bradley that were romantic, yet playful at the same time. You could really tell they had solid chemistry throughout the film. I also loved when she socked a guy in the face. And when their dog they got together was in the scenes. Now, I'm not going to lie, there was a time or two in the movie where I was like meh, where is this going? But they quickly got back on track and continued to snatch me. The thing that got me the most was definitely the ending. I mean, I'm still processing it. Truly, truly, truly moving. I mean the entire auditorium left in tears, that's how powerful it was. I'm going to go back when it hits theaters and I cannot wait to watch again and pick up on things I missed, etc. Also I thought it was cute how I could point out when they filmed at Coachella, JWT, etc. it was pretty cool. And you can totally tell that The Cure was totally made for the soundtrack. I was expecting it to make a surprise appearance or something that's how similar Ally's pop songs sound. Leaving the auditorium was an experience as well. While wiping away the tears, everyone was lauding Gaga and her acting. Multiple times I heard, "I like Gaga so much more now," "She's an amazing actress," etc. They were giving away free posters at the end so I was able to snatch one to rihmember my first time seeing it. I'm just so very proud of Gaga. I started stanning during The Fame era and to see her continually heighten the bar for herself, album after album, tour after tour, project after project, is something so special to me. I literally grew up with her as my role model, someone who I could always look to for happiness, and to now see her become a legend right before my eyes is just so special to me. I'm so emotional and need to stop blabbing, so I'll finish here, but lemme just say GO SEE ASIB IN THEATERS OCT 5!
  14. last saturday, i went to the reputation tour and from what i remember (i was SO h*gh during the opening acts BJKKRBJDCO), it was amazing. my favorite performances were ...ready for it?, i did something bad, love story, and look what you made me do. it wasn't my favorite concert ever, but it was definitely one of the most cohesive and amazing shows i've ever seen.
  15. Intro - 10 I Get Crazy - 8 Itty Bitty Piggy - 7 Kill da DJ - 9 Mind on My Money - 8 Nicki Minaj Speaks - 10 Slumber Party - 6 Shopaholic - 7 Go Hard - 9 Nicki Minaj Speaks - 6 Best I Ever Had (Remix) - 9 Handstand - 8 Keys Under Palm Trees - 7 Get Silly - 9 Easy - 6 Five-O - 7 Nicki Minaj Speaks - 6 Envy - 8 Can Anybody Hear Me? - 6 Still I Rise - 7 I Feel Free - 5 Outro - 9 Beam Me Up Scotty - 10 Conclusion: Nicki was finding her sound with this mixtape and to me it sounds like a lot of demos made for Pink Friday. It's full of good rapping and messages but the production/yelling gets very annoying. Some of the songs are repetitive (example: Slumber Party) and the samples are loud/overused. All in all, it was a decent mixtape but I prefer the Nicki we have now. I would rate this mixtape a 6/10.
  16. 350.000.000 records sold

    Review

    By cycling through different aspects of her artistic persona, Lana Del Rey keeps coming closer to its essence. The trip- and hip-hop sheen of 2012’s Born to Die gave way to the psych-rock smolder of 2014’s Ultraviolence, which led to the opulent languor of 2015’s Honeymoon. Last year’s gleaming Lust for Life presented alt-pop’s quintessential sad girl as actually—could it be?—happy. “Mariners Apartment Complex,” her first new solo single since that album, goes one step further. It posits a Lana Del Rey who is not only a fully rounded character but also a port in a storm, as recognizable and reassuring as the old AM radio staples the song updates. She revels in her accumulated powers here. It’s her first collaboration with Jack Antonoff, a producer who was so ubiquitous last year that his presence on a track could be distracting, but that isn’t the case here; as with LDR’s previous collaborations, including with the Black Keys’ Dan Auerbach across Ultraviolence, this one becomes fully hers. Musically, it’s a somber 1970s-style rock ballad with piano, acoustic guitar, and swooping strings. The lyrics, which she whispers as much as sings, are sly and sphinx-like as usual, referring to pop culture like it’s a modern Greek mythology. Through it all, she insists that she’s not what we thought she was—she’s stronger. “I ain’t no candle in the wind,” she declares, and then, later, “You're lost at sea, then I'll command your boat to me again.” The point is clear: This is Lana’s world, we’re just living in it. https://pitchfork.com/reviews/tracks/lana-del-rey-mariners-apartment-complex/
  17. Current Metacritic Score: 80 Postitive Reviews: 15 Mixed Reviews: 4 Negative Reviews: 0 Will keep the thread updated as more reviews are added!
  18. Apple Music just recommended me LP so I checked her out and I really like a few songs, reminds me of a mix of Artist and also Bebe Rexa a bit. She has not charted in the U.S and a lot of the comments seem to be not in the US. But I think this type of song could SMASH in the states here. So, do we like her? Thoughts?
  19. Full article: http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/movies/la-ca-mn-sneaks-lady-gaga-star-is-born-20180830-story.html
  20. or whatever the fuck they are
  21. Moonflower

    The top 5 selling female artist in history Madonna-300 million Mariah Carey-275 million Rihanna-230 million Celine Dion-220 million records Whitney Houston-200 million records Congrats to the queens
  22. At the moment my favourite song is Accelerate, but my old time favs are Cruz, ANOM, Let There Be Love, and We Remain (...honorable mention to Dirrty & NMT.) I can't really pick a favourite so I'm not sure why I'm even posting this. A sign of truly loving an artist I suppose. Anyway, only a few more days until our lovely lady graces us with the soundtrack to our lives for the next few years.
  23. http://ladygaganow.co/news/talkhouse-reviews-for-the-first-time-a-star-is-born-in-full-its-an-instant-classic-r2842
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