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  1. Merryem


    Tracklist: 1. Nonbinary, 2:20 2. Time, 2:46 3. Mequetrefe, 2:21 4. Riquiquí, 2:40 5. Calor, 3:32 6. Afterwards feat. Björk, 4:02 7. Watch feat. Shygirl, 2:29 8. KLK feat. ROSALÍA, 3:48 9. Rip The Slit, 2:55 10. La Chíqui feat. SOPHIE, 2:48 11. Machote, 2:57 12. No Queda Nada, 5:37
  2. From her FB: Not only is Spotlight coming tomorrow but may I introduce the artwork for my fourth album....What's Your Pleasure? Released 5th June , pre-order from tomorrow (blah blah blah)!!! So excited for you to hear this one; a two-year labour of love with the dream team James Ford, Shungudzo, Danny Parker, Kindness, Coffee Jr, METRONOMY, Benji B , Midland, Matty, Morgan Geist. I love it so much and these guys are so incredible. #whatsyourpleasure
  3. Which one of these masterpieces aged the best for you?
  4. In an interview that was just published in Interview Magazine, Cyndi Lauper asks Carly a question, and she let it slip that a “Side B/Part 2” is coming: LAUPER: They’re trying to teach you, as opposed to collaborate. You went to Nicaragua. What the hell were you doing in Nicaragua? JEPSEN: At least when I’m single, I end up doing braver things than I expect. I was just looking to distract myself. I said yes to an offer at a writers’ camp, which, in theory, I usually hate the idea of a writers’ camp. LAUPER: Wait. A writers’ camp, in Nicaragua? JEPSEN: We were staying in a spot called Maderas Village. It was a little bit of a jungle sanctuary. We had all these little casitas. Inside the casitas were built studios, writing rooms. We would be swimming and chilling during the morning, have some beautiful breakfast, and then we’d go to different assigned studios with new people, absolute strangers, and write songs all day. LAUPER: Wow, that’s extraordinary. JEPSEN: It was the best time.  LAUPER: You wrote some of this album there?  JEPSEN: I did. Similarly to other writing camps, at the very end of the last night, everyone goes to the main high casita, with a view of the ocean and everything, and we all get our little cocktails and we sit around and play our songs to each other. I came back with so many new friends from that experience, and I think three or four songs that are either going to be on this album or the one following. LAUPER: That’s great. I thought your album was ready to go and done. JEPSEN: It is, but I have dreams. Ever since I put out a B-side for Emotion, I have a dream of putting out a part two for this album, as well. When you write as many songs as I did, it’s kind of terrifying to only get to share 15. I want to share at least 30. Note: EMOTION Side B came out exactly 1 year after EMOTION came out in N.America. So, I would guess that we will have to wait until a year for the next instalment. Also, we know that Dedicated (the song) didn’t make this album cut. This could mean it may be on Side B/Part 2 or whatever she calls the accompanying EP. Edit: March 15/20 In a Norwegian Interview, CRJ confirmed that it won’t be called “Side B” . The songs will be mixed this Spring and released shortly afterwards and “Let’s Be Friends” may not be on it - I have edited Thread Title. Edit: May 6/20 Music Industry tweeter Ultrasubversive, leaked that the album will have 12 tracks: Edit: May 7/20 Ultrasubversive tweeted his opinion on Side B: So now we know most the tracks* on the album through Ultrasubversive: This Love Isn’t Crazy Stay Away This Is What They Say Summer Love Solo Heartbeat Comeback (ft Bleachers) Lets Sort The While Thing Out Now I Don’t Hate California After All Fake Mona Lisa Track 11 Track 12 *(album track order is not accurate and “Let’s Be Friends” will not be on it) Edit: May 11/20 “Window” and “Felt This Way” are the final 2 tracks Edit: May 17/20 On the 1 Year Anniversary of Dedicated, CRJ officially announces the release of Dedicated Side B, with a tease at the end:
  5. Beyoncé has announced a new visual album called Black Is King. The project is written, directed, and executive produced by Beyoncé. It’s set to premiere on Disney+ on July 31. Watch the teaser trailer at Beyoncé’s website. The singer-songwriter previously worked with the entertainment conglomerate on the “live-action” CGI remake of The Lion King, for which she recorded new music and curated the companion album The Lion King: The Gift. Bey also released Beyoncé Presents: Making the Gift—a documentary detailing the recording process of the LP. She recently teamed up with Disney on ABC’s The Disney Family Singalong, during which she sang part of “When You Wish Upon a Star” as a tribute to healthcare workers during the COVID-19 pandemic. Beyoncé recently released her latest single “BLACK PARADE,” which arrived on Juneteenth (June 19)— a day commemorating the end of slavery in the United States. source: https://pitchfork.com/news/beyonce-announces-new-visual-album-black-is-king-shares-trailer-watch/
  6. Okay according to my Last.FM, it's 'Look At Her Now' Followed by 'She' ofc!
  7. Often very secretive about what she is up to in the studio, Carly Rae did something she doesn't often do. She tweeted not once but twice yesterday about her and Tavish working in a Studio in Barcelona on a new song. Carly Rae Jepsen ‏@carlyraejepsen Studio day in Barcelona! Working with @iambharv and @tavishcrowe on a newbie. Yay!!! and Carly Rae Jepsen ‏@carlyraejepsen Studio!!!! http://instagr.am/p/W4nznmKVgE/ {image now deleted} BHarv tweeted this: {image now deleted} BHarv is Bernard Harvey - bassist for the Justin Bieber Tour and producer on 4 of Bieber's songs: -Under the Mistletoe -Happy New Years -Just Like Them -Fairytale A new era is beginning and the Kiss era is coming to an end. So, it looks as if Tonight I'm Getting Over You will be the 4th and last single from Kiss. She is wasting no time. It is nice to see that she is still co-writing with Tavish. Perhaps this next album will be more like her Curiosity EP and less over-produced like Kiss was. Edit: December18, 2014 Interscope has announced her next single will be called "I Really Like You" - which should be sent to radio early 2015. Also, on Twitter, she hinted that her album should be out at Easter (April 2015). SANTA MONICA, Calif., March 2, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Multi-platinum, GRAMMY-nominated singer-songwriter Carly Rae Jepsen premieres her brand-new single "I Really Like You" with a performance on ABC's Good Morning America today. The song is now available for purchase HERE or streaming HERE worldwide from all digital partners. Jepsen wrote the track with J. Kash and The Cardigans' Peter Svensson, who also produced it. The '80s-inspired "I Really Like You" is the first single from Jepsen's upcoming second album, which will be released by Schoolboy Records/Interscope this summer. Check out the song HERE. Jepsen will also perform "I Really Like You" on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on March 5th on ABC. "Peter Svensson wrote one of my all-time favorite songs, 'Lovefool,' and working with him made me rediscover the joy of writing something that's just pure pop," Jepsen says. "Lyrically, it's about that time in a relationship when it's too soon to say 'I love you,' but you're well past, 'I like you' and you're at the 'I really, really like you' stage." Jepsen shot the video for "I Really Like You" last week in New York City with Tom Hanks. Her Schoolboy Records label-mate Justin Bieber also makes a cameo. The video premiere will be announced soon. The global pop sensation has been hard at work with such collaborators as Rami Yacoub (One Direction, Nicki Minaj), Dev Hynes (Blood Orange), Jack Antonoff (fun., Taylor Swift), Ariel Rechtshaid (Charli XCX, Haim), Tegan and Sara, Vampire Weekend's Rostam Batmanglij, Greg Kurstin (Sia) and 2015 Grammy winning Producer of the Year Max Martin, writing and recording the songs that will appear on the follow-up to her U.S. debut album Kiss, which featured her blockbuster break-out hit "Call Me Maybe." "Call Me Maybe" climbed to No. 1 on the iTunes Singles charts in over 47 countries and has sold over 17 million singles worldwide to date. It earned Jepsen 2012 GRAMMY nominations for Best Pop Solo Performance and Song of the Year. Kiss also spawned the follow up hit "Good Time," a duet with Owl City, which has been certified double-platinum. Jepsen spent much of 2014 starring in the Broadway production of Rodgers & Hammerstein's Cinderella, earning rave reviews. Edit: March 3/15 it has been announced that the UK will get I Really Like You on April 26. Edit: March 5/15 Rumoured Tracks on album: 1. All That 2. The One 3. I Really Like You 4. Black Heart (mentioned on Twitter) 5. Boy Problems - with Sia and Greg Kurstin (mentioned on twitter) 6. Warm Blood (announced via Twitter) 7. Run Away With Me (sang LIVE) 8. Emotion (sang LIVE) 9. Your Type (sang LIVE) 10. Gimmie Love (sang LIVE) Edit May 26/15 rumoured "Fake Track List" trolling the net: Black Light | Carly Rae Jepsen, Tobias Gad, Samantha J Ronson Body Talk | Carly Rae Jepsen, Tobias Gad Angels Came Here to Dance | Carly Rae Jepsen, Jose Luis Cruz, Agostino “Tino” Zolfo Dark Blue | Carly Rae Jepsen, Lauren Christy, Andre Lidell You Hey Boy Falling for You | Carly Rae Jepsen, Jose Luis Cruz, Agostino “Tino” Zolfo I Admit That There Was Music | Carly Rae Jepsen, Lauren Christy, Chad Kroeger, Andre Lidell Martyr | Carly Rae Jepsen, Travish Joseph Crowe, Joshua Keller Ramsay Never Wanna Get Kissed Again Small Town In Me | Carly Rae Jepsen, Jonathan David Hetherington, Troy Bustos Samson Play It On Repeat | Carly Rae Jepsen, Michael Anthony James, Davor Vulama Edit June 2/15 CRJ posted the deluxe track listing on Facebook {Facebook post now deleted} Edit June 3/15 Japan iTunes Bonus Track - IRLY Liam Keegan Remix. http://youtu.be/45hss7t9yeA Edit March 6/15 Time Magazine Online: Musically, the new record further explores the 1980s pop sound Jepsen only touched on with Kiss — as if fans couldn’t tell from the retro drum beat pumping underneath “I Really Like You.” Jepsen was inspired to pursue that direction after catching a Cyndi Lauper concert in Japan, and she compares “All That,” a joint Hynes and Rechtshaid collaboration that she calls one of her favorites, to classic Prince. Jepsen estimates she’s worked on more than 250 songs for the album, and she’s planning on whittling her top 22 down to a lean 11 in the coming days. Edit April 4/15 performed on Saturday Night Live - “I Really Like You” and promo single “All That” http://youtu.be/W374tWnsk70 Edit April 10/15 Carly Rae Jepsen tweeted: I've been working on new music for awhile now... happy to finally announce that my sophomore album "E•MO•TION" will be out this summer! Standard: Deluxe: Edit: April 26/15 HMV Japan posts the album for pre-order. Release date in Japan is June 24/15. Edit: June 11/15 Carly Rae Jepsen tweeted out the release date for North America: August 21, 2015 Official Press Release: SANTA MONICA, Calif., June 11, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Multi-platinum, GRAMMY-nominated singer-songwriter Carly Rae Jepsen will release her new album, E·MO·TION via Schoolboy Records/Interscope on August 21st in the U.S. The album will be available for pre-order from all retailers beginning June 23rd. Those who pre-order will receive instant downloads of "I Really Like You," "All That," and the title track, "Emotion." Fans will also be able to purchase the album as part of exclusive bundles that include special art prints, t-shirt designs and more. Jepsen has also announced her new single "Run Away With Me" will be out in July with a video to follow soon. On August 21st, Jepsen will perform "Run Away With Me," on The TODAY Show Summer Concert Series on NBC. She has recently performed on Good Morning America, Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Saturday Night Live, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, and Dancing With The Stars. Jepsen performed her global Top 40 hit "I Really Like You" and Pitchfork's "Best New Track" "All That" on Saturday Night Live in April. The former earned the Canadian singer and songwriter a host of positive reviews with SPIN calling it "upbeat, frothy, and carefree," PEOPLE deeming it an "instant classic" and BuzzFeed declaring it "completely perfect…pop perfection." NYLON noted that Jepsen is "quickly becoming pop music's unlikeliest cool kid," while BlackBook praises her "true unmistakable talent," and PAPER proclaims "Carly Rae Jepsen returns triumphant." E•MO•TION was recorded and produced in Los Angeles, New York, and Stockholm. Jepsen co-wrote the album with with several A-list producers and co-writers, including Sia, Greg Kurstin (Kelly Clarkson "Stronger"), Peter Svensson (Cardigans, and Ariana Grande "Love Me Harder"), Ariel Rechtshaid (Haim, Madonna, Vampire Weekend, Major Lazer), Mattman & Robin (Tove Lo, Taylor Swift), Carl and Rami (Ariana Grande "One Last Time"), Rostam Batmanglij (Vampire Weekend), Devonté Hynes (Blood Orange), Shellback (Maroon 5, Taylor Swift) and more. "I took my time with this album and wanted to make a pop record that had heart to it. I was lucky enough to work with some of my favorite writers and producers and together we made a collection of songs that I couldn't be more proud of," says Jepsen. E•MO•TION is the follow-up to Jepsen's U.S. debut album Kiss, which featured her blockbuster break-out hit "Call Me Maybe." "Call Me Maybe" climbed to No. 1 on the iTunes Singles charts in over 47 countries and has sold over 17 million singles worldwide to date. It earned Jepsen 2012 GRAMMY nominations for Best Pop Solo Performance and Song of the Year. Kiss also spawned the follow-up hit "Good Time," a duet with Owl City, which has been certified double-platinum. Jepsen spent much of 2014 starring in the Broadway production of Rodgers & Hammerstein's Cinderella, earning rave reviews. Edit June 11/15 According to Wikipedia, here are the song credits (so far): No. Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Length 1. "Run Away with Me" Carly Rae Jepsen, Robin Lennart Fredriksson, Mattias Larsson, Oscar Holter, Jonnali Parmenius, Shellback Shellback 4:11 2. "E·MO·TION" Jepsen, Christopher Baran 3:17 3. "I Really Like You" Jepsen, J Kash, Peter Svensson Svensson, Halatrax 3:24 4. "Gimmie Love" Jepsen, Fredriksson, Larsson 3:22 5. "All That" Jepsen, Ariel Rechtshaid, Devonte Hynes Rechtshaid 4:38 6. "Boy Problems" Jepsen, Greg Kurstin, Sia Furler 3:42 7. "Making the Most of the Night" 3:58 8. "Your Type" Jepsen, Carl Falk, Rami Yacoub 3:19 9. "Let's Get Lost" Jepsen, Baran, Ben Romans 3:13 10. "LA Hallucinations" 3:04 11. "Warm Blood" Jepsen, Rostam Batmanglij, Tegan & Sara Quin 3:41 12. "When I Needed You" Jepsen, Rechtshaid, Nate Campany, Daniel Nigro 3:41 13. "Black Heart" 2:56 14. "I Didn't Just Come Here to Dance" Jepsen, Jose Luis Cruz, Agostino "Tino" Zolfo 3:59 15. "Favourite Colour" Jepsen, Fredriksson, Larsson 3:29 16. "Never Get to Hold You" 4:13 17. "Love Again" Jepsen, Baran, Nate Campany 3:35 Required Watching: Behind the Scenes
  8. She really served and said I won't disappoint this time. The Chromatica II - 911 transition, the visual and graphic lyrics (which I think are some of her best if not THE best), the flow of the album literally makes you ascend to an alternate universe, her vocals, the sweet melodies. The way there's not a single skip on it is astonishing for a Gaga album (we gon pretend the track after Alice and before Rain on Me doesn't exist). She said y'all need this gospel in your life and delivered this masterpiece. And of course visually speaking, this is her best album as well. The album cover alone deserves an Album of the Year grammy. Imagine dropping your best album 12 years into your career. Some of her peers WISH. Thank you for coming to my TED talk.
  9. The Ascension: 01 Make Me An Offer I Cannot Refuse 02 Run Away With Me 03 Video Game 04 Lamentations 05 Tell Me You Love Me 06 Die Happy 07 Ativan 08 Ursa Major 09 Landslide 10 Gilgamesh 11 Death Star 12 Goodbye To All That 13 Sugar 14 The Ascension 15 America
  10. ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Tracklist 1. Future Nostalgia 2. Don’t Start Now 3. Cool 4. Physical 5. Levitating 6. Pretty Please 7. Hallucinate 8. Love Again 9. Break My Heart 10. Good in Bed 11. Boys Will Be Boys ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Singles Don't Start Now November 1, 2019 Physical January 31, 2020 Break My Heart March 27, 2020
  11. 내게 들려주고 싶은 말 (Dear Me) 월식 (My Tragedy) Here I Am 불티 (Spark) Spark Love You Like Crazy 하하하 (LOL) Better Babe Wine Do You Love Me? City Love Gravity 너를 그리는 시간 (Drawing Our Moments) Blue 사계 (Four Seasons) x
  12. ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Singles Without Me (Buzz Single) Graveyard (Lead Single) clementine (Promo Single) Finally // beautiful stranger (Promo Single) Suga's Interlude (Promo Single) You should be sad (2nd Single) ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Tracklist 01. Ashley 02. clementine 03. Graveyard 04. You should be sad 05. Forever... (is a long time) 06. Dominic's Interlude 07. I HATE EVERYBODY 08. 3am 09. Without Me 10. Finally // beautiful stranger 11. Alanis' Interlude 12. killing boys 13. SUGA's Interlude 14. More 15. Still Learning 16. 929 17. You should be sad (original voicenote) 18. I'm Not Mad 19. Wipe Your Tears ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Merchandise ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Manic Album merchandise ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Spotify "Fans First" Exclusive Picture Disc Vinyl ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Clementine Merch Drop 01 ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Finally // beautiful stranger limited 7" LP ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ HALSEY X VERDY 48H collection ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ "Manic" Candle ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Manic "Ashley" Edition (Signed by Ashley) ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Flash Sale ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Limited Edition "MANIC" Tie Dye Merchandise ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ USA Store | UK Store http://www.manicthealbum.com/
  13. Phoebe


    Madonna's 3rd and best-selling studio album, True Blue, turns 34 this year. Happy birthday to this pop staple and impactful 80s masterpiece. What are your favorite songs this record? Celebrate by streaming the album: https://open.spotify.com/album/6fmnT17jc2Sc69q3nza1eD
  14. so now that we know that she's working on R9, why not make a thread DIPLO TINEA TAYLOR also the producer of "Cockiness (Love It) said he would absolutely work with Rihanna again
  15. Los Angeles The Steps I Know Alone Up From A Dream Gasoline 3 AM Don’t Wanna Another Try Leaning On You I’ve Been Down Man From the Magazine All That Ever Mattered FUBT Now I'm in It Hallelujah Summer Girl Singles: The Steps • I Know Alone • Don't Wanna Bonus Tracks: Now I'm in It • Hallelujah • Summer Girl
  16. Moira O'Hara


    You think you're so smart You try to manipulate me You try to humiliate with your words You think you're so chic You write me beautiful letters You think you're so much better than me But your actions speak louder than words And they're only words, unless they're true Your actions speak louder than promises You're inclined to make and inclined to break Words, they cut like a knife Cut into my life I don't want to hear your words They always attack Please take them all back If they're yours I don't want anymore Stream the best song on Erotica
  17. BRIGHTEST BLUE ELLIE GOULDING July 17 The album will have two sides to it, each with different sounds. Side 1: 1. Start (feat. Serpentwithfeet) 2. Power 3. How Deep Is Too Deep 4. Cyan 5. Love I’m Given 6. New Heights 7. Ode To Myself 8. Woman 9. Tides 10. Wine Drunk 11. Bleach 12. Flux 13. Brightest Blue Side 2: 1. Overture 2. Worry About Me 3. Slow Grenade (feat. Lauv) 4. Close To Me 5. Hate Me (with Juice WRLD) The album is supposedly very similar to ‘Halcyon’ and will have some Björk inspired songs.
  18. A "new" song from the COADF sessions has surfaced online. Somehow, an in-house early album with this song included was being sold on Ebay a few days ago. Its non-confirmed-yet title is "Funny Game" and it's produced by Mirwais. You can see the songs that have been included on that album here: I have never heard the title of this song, so it may be from the early Confessions sessions before Stuart Price came on board. You can here the snippet here (exactly at 6:05 min). There are also demos from the other tracks. Seems like the track was given by Mirwais to a group called Y.A.S. and evolved into this: M's version must be leaking in a few days since a member from M Infinity bought the CD. But there you have it: a new song from the legendary Confessions era.
  19. TRACKLIST 1 Chromatica I 2 Alice 3 Stupid Love 4 Rain On Me (w/ Ariana Grande) 5 Free Woman 6 Fun Tonight 7 Chromatica II 8 911 9 Plastic Doll 10 Sour Candy (w/ BLACKPINK) 11 Enigma 12 Replay 13 Chromatica III 14 Sine From Above (w/ Elton John) 15 1000 Doves 16 Babylon BONUS TRACKS 17 Love Me Right 18 1000 doves (Piano Demo) 19 Stupid Love (Warehouse Mix)
  20. LittleDudeNT5

    Is "Blackout" Britney's Best Album?

    Blackout has perhaps become Britney’s most lauded album among fans and retrospective pop music critics. This is rather significant considering its relatively low impact at the time. The music had taken a backseat to Britney’s media attention and tabloid coverage. The critics were more concerned with her awkward pole-dancing in the “Gimme More” music video or her lip-synced fumbling performance at the MTV Video Music Awards. The album remains a black sheep among her discography, which sees Britney completely embracing the underground genres of dark electro-pop, techno, and even dubstep (all of which became more popular in later years). It didn’t offer the type of bubbly personality, sensuality, or radio-friendly hits we’d come to expect from a Britney album. This was what made it such an outlier – not just for Britney, but for the pop music landscape. Blackout is arguably Britney’s most cohesive album; the soundscape is succinct and each track brings its own level of satisfaction for the overall listening experience. However, despite this praise, it’s difficult to name Blackout as the best Britney album. The project is decidedly impersonal. Beyond a few softer tracks – like “Heaven on Earth” and “Why Do I Feel Sad” – the album is aggressively and unabashedly sexual. In The Zone had offered tracks oozing intimacy with a slice of passion: Britney whispered soft desires in “Breathe on Me” and easy sultriness over oriental strings on “Touch of my Hand”. Blackout hits listeners with gritty, hard-edge beats, forward lyrics of uncommitted erotic encounters, and a fair amount of vocals from the male producers that make you feel like a sweaty guy is breathing down your neck at a club. In fact, the entire albums feels like strobe-lights in a crowded black-box club, black paint on the walls and floors, and graffiti all over the bathroom stalls. The room is spinning, it’s dark, and there are people grinding on you from all sides. In some ways I suppose that was the intention of this album: it was meant for the clubs. On In The Zone, Britney co-wrote eight of the tracks. These were oftentimes specific to her experiences or interests. In 2005, fans were seeing Britney becoming more and more involved in the creative process, and were even promised the most personal project of her career. Whatever work was done between 2004 and 2007 was seemingly scrapped (with only a few Britney-penned tracks surviving on an EP) and the public received Blackout instead. Britney barely contributed to two of the tracks on the album, and considering her private struggles, the media scrutinizing her behavior, and being pregnant during recording, it’s hard to find the artist’s personal connection to the music. Britney only performed once to promote the album, and was focused instead on her own trials and tribulations. Considering what was going on with her at the time, a raw, sexually-charged record is an odd professional move. That isn’t to say that Britney isn’t present on the album. Despite criticisms of over-reliance on autotune, Britney is direct, loud, and sassy on Blackout, giving more than a few memorable performances. An album doesn’t necessarily need to come from a personal place to be good. Blackout is sonically interesting and one of the most provocative pop albums of the 2000s. Other female pop singers of the time couldn’t quite pull off this type of image and embracement of underground pop subgenres as Britney did. It remains a solid, timeless album even after all these years. One of the reasons why Blackout can’t quite snag the title of Britney’s best album is because of the releases that bookend it. In the Zone saw Britney’s intentionally-charged blossom out of her teen-pop image and into womanhood and creative metamorphosis. The album doesn’t quite hit you from all sides, as there are a few tracks that could have been replaced by any number of excellent unreleased material, but it saw Britney at her most involved. It was refreshing to see her finally take control of her music. On the other end, Britney barely gave Blackout enough time to rest in the dirt before releasing Circus in 2008. Although Britney still wasn’t giving much creative input, the album has a better balance in tone. The album is more positive, brighter, and doesn’t preoccupy itself with the subject of sex. The album is full of certified hits (“Womanizer”, “Circus”, “If U Seek Amy”) and even more potential smashes (“Kill the Lights”, “Shattered Glass”, “Unusual You”). Circus saw Britney re-embracing Top 40 sensibilities, but unlike the bubblegum releases of her youth, this album is mature and competent. One can’t quite say whether or not In the Zone or Circus are Britney’s best efforts – just as it can’t be said with certainty that Blackout takes that crown. All three are highly formidable pop albums in their own right, and it all depends on what the listener wants from Britney Spears as an artist.
  21. OFFICIALLY REVEALED INFO On August 30th, 2019, Lana announced the title of her next album, White Hot Forever, in an interview with The Times. During this interview, she also stated that she would like to surprise-release the album within the next twelve or thirteen months, meaning the album may be released in September or October of 2020. Jack Antonoff is likely to be producing the album, but this is as yet unconfirmed. On October 21st, 2019, Lana's interview with Q Magazine revealed the existence of a new song titled Let Me Love You Like a Woman. On November 6th, 2019, a fan claims that Lana spoke to them and told them that her next album was no longer titled White Hot Forever. The new name of the album was not revealed. POSSIBLE TRACKS Let Me Love You Like a Woman White Hot Forever POSSIBLY RELEVANT INFO
  22. Unapologetic Bitch


    He is a guy from GOT, he played Grey Worm right hand of Mother of Dragons his music is amazing, he is primiarily a musican 1. ‘Pressure’ 2. ‘Time in a Tree’ 3. ‘Aristocrats’ 4. ‘Party Fear’ 5. ‘Worries’ 6. ‘STFU’ 7. ’27 Club’ 8. ‘Sadboi’ 9. ‘Shadow’ 10. ‘Structure (Interlude)’ 11. ‘Squares’ 12. ‘Big & Scared’ The album title was inspired from a nickname given to his grandfather, which Ritchie – real name Jacob Anderson – has since inherited. “‘Andy’ is a little wink to myself,” said Ritchie in a press statement. “It’s saying, ‘This is you speaking right now, this is you saying what you have to say.'” Jacob Anderson, who is also known for his role as Grey Worm in Game of Thrones, released his debut album ‘You’re A Man Now, Boy’ in 2016. Since then, he’s collaborated and performed with Stormzy, sold out a headlining show at London venue Shepherd’s Bush Empire and released three stand-alone singles: ‘The River,’ ‘Lonely Summer’ and ‘Time in a Tree.’ ‘Andy’ is set for release on July 26 via Alacran.
  23. Finally I'm moving it here! Here's my first ever entry for the #TamaReviews series. Check it out! REVAMPED! “Bionic” is the title of Christina Aguilera’s sixth studio album—fifth counting only English language releases, fourth excluding the Spanish language and the holiday albums—which was released on June 4th-11th 2010, depended on your country. It is the follow-up to Aguilera’s previous album, “Back to Basics”. “Bionic” served as a reinvention of Aguilera’s music, persona, and career trajectory moving forward in time. Aguilera, known as one of the leading ladies of big-voiced pop singing since the early Noughts, is famously recognized as the artsy student of pop music compared to her peers. Rather than Britney Spears’s safe but energetic dance pop songs, Aguilera would make trials of different mixture of sounds and genres as she seemed to be unafraid of neither imperfections nor errors—despite being a self-proclaimed “perfectionist”. Compared to Jessica Simpson’s similar big-voiced brand, Aguilera always seemed to make exciting innovations in her music that Simpson could never dare to try. Therefore it is fascinating to witness the evolution of Aguilera’s music; started with an R&B/Soul-inspired eponymous debut album which then followed by a similar sounding Spanish language release, a Christmas album, a mixture of both the Noughts favorite sounds as well as retro moments on “Stripped”, and later blossomed to the previously mentioned “Back to Basics” which was an album filled with more R&B/Soul music alongside sophisticated Jazz that took inspirations from American popular music 30+ years ago. However, it was not enough for Aguilera as she sat and pondered inside the recording studio. “I wonder what should I do next? What is next? Next is...the future!” she thought. She prepared a rocket ship and launched herself to an unknown future to get inspired by it. Later, as she orbited back to Earth, a huge smile could be seen upon her face as she thought, “I am the future.” Then, we arrived here. Opened with a bombastic track, aptly titled “Bionic” as the titular track, Aguilera promised to take every listeners headfirst to the future as she proclaimed, “Bionic, take ya supersonic, eh!” You might get migraines or became insane, got hit by her rocket ship and felt as time slipped, or went up in a hurricane and got lost there, but she did not care about that. She didn’t care about your thoughts or your screams, she would take you through this journey until the very end. As she sang to you that she’s not herself tonight, you would get the sense of danger as much as arousal. Aguilera took notice of that and followed with “Woohoo”, a flirty song that featured then-rookie Nicki Minaj to co-pilot for a few minutes. It was a call for celebration of lust, love, and fire as it basked in the glorious fab of an elite club’s neon lights. During the song Aguilera repeatedly told you “guys” a direct command; to dance below her and taste her “woohoo!” Similar to this is a song titled “My Girls” which featured a band named Le Tigre in production and a rapper named Peaches. Aguilera let listeners know that she’s having fun with her girls and that they are not afraid of anything as they stick together to take control. Despite the sexual nature of the album’s content, there was also a sense of doom and urgency loomed on the tracklisting. Particularly on a song titled “Lift Me Up”, which was written by longtime collaborator Linda Perry, you could hear the eagerness to express herself without judgment because something troubling had happened. As Aguilera also stated on "Prima Donna", she had worked hard in a long week and needed a couple drinks to ease herself. The chorus told you repeatedly that she is a prima-donna, and you truly did believe her. A specific part of the album which Aguilera herself had stated as “the heart of Bionic” proceeded to tell listeners about her thoughts other than sex. Co-penned with Sia and Sam Dixon, the sadness was real and present. “All I Need” and “I Am” explained the joy and the expectation, accumulating to a brief moment of hope until “You Lost Me” hit you—or rather, her—hard on the face. Aguilera sang in much anguish as she lamented loss; a forlorn protagonist who had to suffer the most as she delivered one of the best vocal performances of her career. The album resembled a riddle that Aguilera demanded us to solve. “There must be a cause to all of this, have you noticed?” she spoke in your mind. She might not be around you, but through all of these songs she has never made her presence any clearer. Listeners would take their time to analyze the tragedy that she told, or maybe feel some sarcasm as she scolded, but for every songs like “Glam”—a nice song about the joy of fashion as a freedom of expression—or “Not Myself Tonight”—a feelgood tell-all about something that’s gonna happen “tonight”—there is also an “Elastic Love” which told us about behind-the-scene and more. Perhaps the most thrilling moments of the record could be found on the deluxe side. There are five other songs that didn’t make the standard version tracklisting. “Monday Morning” opened the deluxe disc with an effervescent quality that nobody could avoid, while “Bobblehead” would make you giggle and wondered about the identity of the song’s subject as you did vogue. There is also a piece-of-art titled “Birds of Prey”—unrelated to DC’s infamous fictional villains group—that would strike listeners with its electrifying electronica as well as the lyrical work which told about danger and disappointment of a superstar’s circle of connections. There are also a stripped version of “I Am” which sounded gorgeous and an overwrought ballad titled “Stronger Than Ever”. However, the album would not necessarily end there. The last track, “Little Dreamer”, gave you the very final moment which closed the story beautifully in a mix of both bitter and sweet. There was a familiar feeling of happiness that would make you cry as the music was going to an end, and you couldn’t stop yourself from saying, “Yes, thank you so much!” to an imaginary Aguilera in your mind who smiled at you. “It is done, I have accomplished.” she said to you before walking away, tears of joy were also streaming down her beautiful face. Overall, “Bionic” is a highly recommended record for those who wanted to listen to the kind of pop music that didn’t sound bland or formless, but it would not necessarily abandon the fans of the chanteuse either. It might have been a product that had made a lot of people scratch their heads in 2010, but not ten years later. “Bionic” has never felt more at home in month June, year 2020. ----FIN---- That's it everyone. Hope you can spare a bit of your time to read this review. Love, Tama.
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