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  1. Has anyone else noticed that the recent releases of quite a few faves (Beyonce, Katy, Lana, Taylor etc) have had no widespread deluxe edition released to accompany the 'standard'? Even newer artists like Camila and Harry have had no bonus tracks made widely available and Ariana mentioned something to the effect of wanting her next record to be released as one edition. Could we be seeing the renaissance of the cohesive 10-12 track record? Is this something you're happy about? It should be noted that most rock and indie artists have continued to release in this format.
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    since there are rumours that album is out there, lets put our google search on fire by looking for it everywhere Kylies Rebel Heart coming
  3. A top 3 Gaga song, this is such a moment for me
  4. She has a new label that seems serious about promoting her But is a hit single a possibility? I think the album will chart well, but the single, well not sure #AidanPREDIKTS UK - Top 25 Aus - Top 50 USA - Nowhere to be seen but might make its way on to the Dance Club Charts Canada - Possibly on the Hot 100 in the 60s to 70s range Across Europe: Top 50 to 75
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    He passed her fuck straight people
  6. I want a full body shot a la Mariah
  7. I listened to "Camila" last night and I was so surprised at how good it actually is. The Cuban influences really suit her and make her stand out from today's pop girls. Throughout the whole album, there's a consistent string of melodies that ties it all together into something oddly special. I'm glad I didn't write her off completely, this is a good start to a promising solo career. How did you feel after your first listen?
  8. Discussion

    I figured that it may be too early for a KP5 thread, but we can discuss what Katheryn will do next here! What kind of album do you want it to be? Which producers do you want her to work with? Any producers she should avoid? What aesthetic will she go for? Who should it feature? Endless possibilities! Discuss legends!
  9. Last week, the audacious Chicago MC CupcakKe self-released Ephorize, a no-holds-barred dance-rap record that builds on the promise of her early releases and collaborations with Charli XCX. Packed with fabulous, unforgettable provocations, the album is not just a joy to listen to—it also captures an identity coming into focus. Since breaking through with her 2016 mixtape Cum Cake, the rap persona of 20-year-old poet Elizabeth Harris has released five full-lengths (plus many guest spots) in less than two years, each more astoundingly raw. https://pitchfork.com/thepitch/you-need-to-listen-to-cupcakke-the-raunchiest-rapper-out/ we love stanning talent
  10. What are your top 3 favorite song from each of your faves? I'd be interested to know and I thought this could be fun and it could help others get into music from some of the people you stan
  11. The Gods were not on Madonna’s side as she prepared to release her 13th LP, Rebel Heart. A series of leaks sprang in the final quarter of 2014, spewing out more than a dozen demos meant for the album. Although the pop legend had planned to unveil the project gradually in 2015, she was forced to recalibrate her plans and rush release half of the album before Christmas with the second half following in March, after yet another leak or course. It seems as though the 58-year-old was doomed from the very beginning. However, the album contains some of the best music she has recorded in the last decade including the project’s anthemic lead single, “Living For Love.” The triumphant house cut was a return to form, recapturing the glimmer of her earliest releases. With production from Diploand Ariel Rechtshaid, a piano line from Alicia Keys, and writing from a bevy of the industry’s most talented, the track seemed like a surefire hit to launch an album campaign. On it, the “Material Girl” faced the heartbreak of a failed relationship but refused to give up her faith in love. She told Rolling Stone that although she was emotionally shattered she didn’t want to share a song in which she felt like a victim. “This scenario devastated me, but it just made me stronger,” she told them. Ironically, the sentiment drew parallels to her stance following the leaks as she put on a brave face and soldiered on. Opening with a stuttering synth and distorted vocals, the beat falls out before coming back in underneath a confident vocal performance from Madonna. “Took me to heaven, let me fall down. Now that it’s over, I’m gonna carry on,” she boldly proclaims as the production builds up to an whirling battle cry on the chorus with the world-weary hitmaker finding strength in healing. “Love’s gonna lift me up,” she belts over a choir. Diplo and Ariel’s production was a throwback to house music of the 90’s, and, coupled with Alicia’s piano and the determined lyrics, it was a standout release regardless of its messy unveiling. Ever the groundbreaking artist, Madonna continued to change the pop game when it was time to release a video by signing a contract that made her the first artist to host a video on SnapChat. With direction from Julien Choquart and Camille Hirigoyen (known collectively as J.A.C.K.), the visual featured a variety of high fashion looks and saw the songstress face off against a team of dancers while dressed as a matador. She valiantly fought off the advances of the dancers, eventually standing victoriously above her vanquished assailants as rose petals rained down around her. “Living For Love” also received a handful of performances that replicated the set-up of the music video. Her rendition at the 2015 Grammys was one of the most watched of the evening, and a performance at the BRIT Awards made headlines after a dramatic wardrobe malfunction resulted in the singer taking a tumble mid-song. She also performed it on The Ellen DeGeneres Showwith a comedic cameo from the host. Unfortunately, the heavy promo push didn’t do much for the promising single. Despite being one of Madonna’s best singles in years, the track failed to dent the Billboard Hot 100 and made little impact outside of the United States. It did manage to net the hitmaker her 44th Billboard’s Dance Club Songs charttopper, tying a record set by country crooner George Strait for the most top placements on one chart. Ultimately, “Living For Love” kicked off an era that glimmers with hope regardless of the adversity that it faced. Through it all, the Queen of Pop retained her style and refused to be silenced, eventually emerging as the “Unapologetic Bitch” that she is. After all, bitch, she is Madonna. Revisit the epic house anthem below
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  13. Discussion

    I can see you prefer other songs but don’t compare them to this one. It can give so much more, just try and see. I love this song and adore the entirety of Like A Virgin. Give them some love
  14. Here are some of the apps you can get 1/2 off in January while the offer lasts: Joanne's meatballs italian sausage arancini alla nonna spinach artichoke dip grilled sea scallops in cream sauce zuppe del giorno fried calamari & hot peppers baked stuffed mushrooms salumi & assorted cheese board polpette di melanzane tuscan bean salad bruschette
  15. Lana Del Rey recently tweeted that Radiohead are suing over similarities between Lust for Life’s “Get Free” and Radiohead’s ’90s hit “Creep.” She wrote, “Although I know my song wasn’t inspired by ‘Creep,’ Radiohead feel it was and want 100% of the publishing.” Lana then stated during a concert that the alleged suit could result in “Get Free” being removed from her album. Now, a spokesperson from Warner/Chappell has denied the existence of a lawsuit. The spokesperson wrote in a statement: As Radiohead’s music publisher, it’s true that we’ve been in discussions since August of last year with Lana Del Rey’s representatives. It’s clear that the verses of “Get Free” use musical elements found in the verses of “Creep” and we’ve requested that this be acknowledged in favour of all writers of “Creep.” To set the record straight, no lawsuit has been issued and Radiohead have not said they “will only accept 100%” of the publishing of “Get Free.” Pitchfork has contacted Lana Del Rey and Radiohead’s respective representatives for comment. https://pitchfork.com/news/radiohead-havent-sued-lana-del-rey-publishers-say/
  16. I'll just be frank, Cupcakke is a fat mess that uses hedonistic sexuality to somehow appear sexually liberating but instead just looks repulsive, non-sexy, and starved for any kind of attention. I mean, I guess that's her shtick but will it go anywhere? The gays and random straight girls only stay amused with clownish train wrecks and borderline sexual harassment for so long.
  17. Ok, wtf is this, their fans are attacking her in YouTube now? The video literally got 4,000 dislikes in 1 day Rock music fans are the worst, they blame and judge fanbases of specific pop artists (like Bieber's) for being too immature and stupid and now this? This is so pathetic
  18. If you could choose 3 songs off of Rainbow to have a feature with another artist... what song, which artist and why? I would choose... 1. Woman ft. Cardi B: I think that a rap verse during the bridge would be AMAZING, the bridge is so long and to have it broken up or shortened would be so cool. I think Cardi B would sound really nice on here too and is one of the relevant female rappers at the moment. 2. Boots ft. Justin Timberlake or Adam Levine: I love Boots, but around the middle it seems to get really repetitive until you get to the incredible bridge. I feel if you had a male singing verse of some sort to break it somewhere in the middle, that'd be really nice. I think JT or Adam Levine's voices would work perfectly with Kesha's in this song and they could act as the person she is talking about, they're also super relevant so that's cool 3. Hymn ft. JoJo or Alessia Cara: Hymn is another song that seems to get kind of repetitive, with so many "Hymn hymn hymn"'s (although I still love the song). I think a break somewhere in the middle around the 2-minute mark would be incredible. I think if she were to work with JoJo at some point that would be so cool, they both publicly supported each other, as each of them dealt with a somewhat similar situation of not being able to release music and their voices and music are different, but would work together super well in my opinion. I think Alessia Cara would also work, she sings about this subject matter quite often and I think her voice would match the tone of the song well.
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    I want her to do a tour like this again, no political messages or anything else, just good music, good remixes, simple but cute outfits She can also still break her own record of the most successful solo tour if she tours in arenas and stadiums And most of all I need to be served with choreographies like this
  20. Good Morning to another day where another SJW managed to find something to victimize themselves with: