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  1. Pauly Antonio

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    Beyonce had... A DECADE!!
  2. 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.
  3. I think if this was released, she would've definitely been a different pop star She would've made a perfect follow up to In the zone and we would've seen a much more personal side to her music ex: Someday i'll understand Especially if she proceeded to release Blackout right after Welcome to the tea pardy
  4. LOVE ON TOUR - Harry Styles 1. Fine Line 2. Watermelon Sugar 3. She 4. Sweet Creature 5. Two Ghosts 6. Falling 7. Lights Up 8. Steal My Girl 9. Canyon Moon 10. To Be So Lonely 11. Adore You 12. Kiwi 13. Golden 14. Cherry 15. Story of My Life 16. Treat People With Kindness 17. Sign of the Times Fine Line : 11 Harry Styles: 4 One Direction: 2
  5. On June 9th 2017, Katheryn Elizabeth Hudson a.k.a. Katy Perry released her fifth studio album (yes, we need to count her Christian music debut album because that's a part of her history) titled 'Witness'. The album was supposed to present Perry in a much different light compared to her previous records. She called it "purposeful pop" era. The album was notably different in its sonic landscape and overall theme, also worth to be mentioned was the production that largely sounded way colder than any other records that she had ever released. I called it her Erotica era. However, unlike what was hoped, the album was criticized beyond terrors. The music was panned mainly because of the lack of tasty hooks that usually permeated her previous records. The lyrics however were praised and many critics noted the improvement of her songwriting ability. Still, the album had missed Perry's own expectations to reinvent her music and image for the public and possibly winning more critics hearts. She did gain some witnesses, but not as big as what she thought she could gain. So, what went wrong with the era? Some people had said that it's because of the stark differences of Witness compared to her other pop songs. Some others had said that it's because of the persona she chose to present to the public during this promotional period. More had even said that it's the change of her hairstyle and hair color . I can't disagree with any of those perspectives, however I believe that it was more about the promotional efforts themselves rather than those other aspects. Remember that though she performed often during this era, it was not as constant as her previous album cycles. Her performances on big notable events were largely hit-and-miss compared to the automatic success that her previous performances had made. That messy YouTube live broadcast event was also not that good in my opinion. The music is not the problem for me, but it's the singles choices that made me scratch my head in confusion. Perry opened the Witness era with "Chained to the Rhythm", a sophisticated yet fun song that perfectly articulated what she had wanted. A purposeful pop. A bipartisan, universal message to stop being ignorant and start to become more caring towards anything else in life. A message of change and progress without tearing someone's identity apart. It's a perfect purposeful pop song that only Perry knew how to make. Then, it stopped. Literally. She followed the lead single with a song called "Bon Appétit". This song featured a group called Migos and they were very popular rappers especially in 2017. In essence, it's a serviceable dance-pop song with fine production. However, the song is about sex....and just that. Ask yourself, did Katy not already make something like this before? And the answer is yes, she had, and it was much better. It was "Birthday". She even made a lyrics video that used food aesthetics. So, you ask yourself again, why did she release another "Birthday"? And, well, I don't have any answers for that . After that song, she released more singles such as "Swish Swish" and "Hey Hey Hey". "Save as Draft" was also sent to AC radio as a somewhat single, and I can't believe her stupidity for doing all that. Why? Here, let me explain to you what I envisioned could have happened with the Witness era. After releasing the song "Chained to the Rhythm" as a single on February 2017, what she could have done was to release the album's titular track as a second single. When? March. Release it and make a music video with a concept of an alien humanoid who crashed on Earth and had to witness what Earth people were doing in their lives. The video should have been creative; I imagine a short story where she couldn't believe how boring human lives were and nobody actually paid attention to her, the albino blonde humanoid, so she started to build a rocket ship to get back to outer space. However at the end, after everybody had become interested in what she's doing, she chose not to go back because she believed that despite the boring lives that human beings experienced, they're still beings that were alive and functioning properly. She also realized that humans have emotions that were beneath her alien intelligence but fascinated her nonetheless. Humans work because they have to, that's the way the world of Earth works and that made her genuinely curious. So, she stayed on Earth and her rocket ship became a site attraction. She adopted a human identity and adapted the way Earth women commonly behave and do, but expressed a little dissatisfaction at the end. Then, she would cut her long blonde hair short and immediately felt more confident as she looked to the mirror. It's the exact same hairstyle displayed on the album cover. There. Even if it wouldn't hit top 3 on the Billboard Hot 100, that music video will help her to at least get a top 5 hit. After that, she could release "Power" as the third single and promoted it as much as she could everywhere. Release it on April and create a short movie, duration about 10 minutes. A video where she starred as a daughter of a dysfunctional family. She could have siblings or just be an only child. Literally apply the songs lyrics about becoming a stronger woman as her character grew up. At one point, the family had their last dinner before the father walked away and divorced his wife. Katy's character would become hardened by this event and she became a tough as nail type of woman. She would also despise men. Gradually, she would build a movement with every women of any backgrounds to fight sexism and other negative isms that have oppressed women. However, some of the women in her movement actually have boyfriends, fiances, or husbands that support them and love them unconditionally. She realized that not every men were bastards and men also comprised of different personalities, characters, thoughts, and emotions. However, she still had clear intention to fight those who were actual jerks/bastards. The final scene would show all the women at one place where the bad men already await, and the video would end as the two sides rushed to clash. With a video like that, her purposeful pop concept would be fulfilled and it would definitely make "Power" a number one hit record. The third single could be "Tsunami". It's a song about sex much like "Bon Appétit", however the former is much more subtle lyrically and it has something that the other songs from the album truly lacked: groove. With this as a single, she could have made a very simple video. It would just be her walking at the beach and altering with shots of her inside a bedroom of a small house that she had near that same beach. If she wanted to be provocative, make the subject of desire a woman. However, it's still fine if it was a man. I don't really have strong imagery for the overall video, but I know that the final scene SHOULD BE of a huge tsunami wave that was about to hit Katy as she stood in the sea water embracing the upcoming force. Imagine that cinematography, imagine that iconic final scene as part of her videography. The single would probably stall on top 20, but it's totally alright because it's a very new GOOD sound for her. Then, as the final single, "Swish Swish" got to be released with a different, PROPER music video. A YouTube-r called Zachary Campbell had some fabulous ideas for a proper "Swish Swish" video in one of his 'Skype calls' videos that criticized Katy and what she did NOT do for the Witness era. Check it out! After all of those singles, I would say that she wouldn't have to release more singles. Maybe send "Save as Draft" as a AC radio promotional single like what she actually did, but perhaps create a video for it too. A lyrics video that would show her writing all the words by using a laptop. That would make a cute moment. "Hey Hey Hey" should have never been a single in my opinion because that song just immediately turned many people off with the 'been there, done that' Joan of Arc-inspired concept. I also think that she could have performed "Pendulum" at the Grammy Awards, make it a medley performance with "Chained to the Rhythm" as the first song and halfway through the performance it turned into "Pendulum". Had she done anything like these, the era would have been much more respected. But I guess in reality her health was not in really good condition so...yeah .
  6. Christina Maria 'Xtina' Aguilera released an album titled "Bionic" on June 8th, 2010. The album was supposed to represent her femininity and motherhood, two aspects that don't necessarily linked to each other all the time. It's an album that also 'killed' her momentum in pop music as the critical and commercial receptions it got were abysmal. After the release of the album, she went through several events that would alter the course of her career and changed a portion of her personality as well. Not Myself Tonight was released as a lead single in April that same year and it didn't do very well on the main singles chart. It didn't crack the top 20. It also caused highly unnecessary comparisons to then-rookie singer Lady Gaga. The music video also got criticized for the masochist imagery and various depictions of sexual activity much like her older single Dirrty. More singles were released as part of the album's short era including Woohoo, You Lost Me, and I Hate Boys. Now, with all of that out of the way, let's begin this moment. Here is Bionic: What Could Have Been? Bionic could have, or rather, SHOULD HAVE been led by the release of Woohoo as a single that would give a sneak peek to the album. Technically we already knew what was about to come after Xtina released Keeps Gettin' Better, the titular track of her greatest hits compilation album, as a single two years prior. However, Woohoo would still be a good leading single for both fans of the singer and general public because the song is, simply put, fun. It's not very different to any of her previous singles but at the same time it possesses a different charm within. The electronic production compliments the composition so well. Also, given that the song was actually made as a radio-only promotional single after the undesirable chart performance of Not Myself Tonight, there's a shorter edit that you could search on YouTube. Woohoo should have had a very creative music video that reflected the song's sexual yet cheeky nature. I imagine a concept of an intergalactic party; police forces from different planets would visit an open area where a large group of people were partying hardcore to the song. The cops would arrive and tried to arrest some people, but ended up engaging with everybody else. Xtina would serve a look as displayed on then-secret new album cover. There should be experimentation with CGI and practical effects as well. The party was held in a place that contained futuristic structures made of metals and plastics, with wireless floating monitor which would serve as the speakers. Xtina would sit on a higher surface to symbolize her leadership of the party/planet, watching the party-goers and police officers engaged with one another, while her CLONES would serve beverages, biscuits, and pies to everyone in the area. During Nicki Minaj's part, she could be one of the cops that became intoxicated and ended up grinding with a sexy guy on the dance floor OR she could be a different leader from a nearby planet that wanted to have fun at the party. The video would gradually fade out to a white screen at the end until there's a message popped up on-screen which stated "BI-ON-IC" typed using the same font on the album cover. In this scenario, Xtina would also give various public performances. She would still do the MTV Movie Awards as well as the VH1 Storytellers performances. However, there should be no trace of a song called Not Myself Tonight in any of these performances. Instead, she would perform an unknown song suspiciously called Bionic. She would also appear at the Oprah Show and performed Bionic together with Woohoo. Basically all of the performances that she would do during this early part of the era were primarily consisted of Woohoo and Bionic. This way, the former song would set an expectation and probably reach the top 20 or top 10, especially with the Minaj feature. Remember that Minaj was experiencing a mainstream career rising in 2010; it would have been an event had she done it like this. After Woohoo, Xtina should have released Elastic Love as the second single. Remember that Bionic was just a song promoted on live performances, not an actual single. Now, with Elastic Love, she would open her futuristic sonic intention of the album. It would be during the release of Elastic Love that she could start to talk about the whole futuristic design or theme of the album. Not only that, the album would be called BIONIC. She would explain what she loved to explain about Bionic as both fans and GP experienced another taste of Bionic. The Elastic Love music video would be an event. It would be a 10 minutes long short movie that also served as a sneak peek to Xtina's potential acting career. Basically to get people prepared for Burlesque. It would be a continuation of Keeps Gettin' Better video. She would star as the Bionic lady we witnessed in Woohoo video who's also a shapeshifter-hero. Her planet was in danger as a murderous criminal lurked in the streets at night. She would have her Bionic Guards planning a capture of the dangerous individual. Shots would alter between the daily lives of Planet Bionic civilians and the brutal murders which happened at night. At the end, the criminal would get captured by the Guards and brought before Madame Xtina. As she opened the device which captured the criminal's head, it would reveal the face of a man which was the previous leader of Planet Bionic: Madame X's husband. Continuing the promotional cycle, Xtina would perform Elastic Love at award shows. Every stage designs would be futuristic and there would be a lot of white and red to symbolize that Christina Aguilera is still a human-woman with bones and blood. She just knew how to play a character in a short movie. She would also perform overseas, perhaps in Britain and Asian countries. Japan would eat the song, especially with a music video like that. In the U.S.A., I think the song would reach top 10 or even top 5 because of its perplexing yet cannot-be-denied bombast. During the reign of Elastic Love, she would release the album in its full glorious form. I imagine the album would debut at the top of music charts all over the world. The sales would be big as Elastic Love perhaps hit number one on the Hot 100. The Elastic Love short movie would trend on YouTube and set an unprecedented success for Xtina. With the album finally released, she would perform any Bionic songs anywhere she needed. She could even still release You Lost Me as a single just like in reality. The song would have had a different video though. I liked the actual video but it's just disconnected from the Bionic visual direction. Now I just think it's boring. However, in my imagination, the video for You Lost Me would have been about the different stages of grief that Madame X had to go through after knowing that her ex-husband was the one who wrecked the planet. It would be filled with symbolism of her actual previous marriage and divorce; a video where Madame would visit a lonely place near the end, maybe a garden or an abandoned church, to pray to reaffirm her identity and also to decide what to do with her ex-husband. This way, the song would still make sense with the theme of Bionic. It's still set in a futuristic world, just a bit more humble. She could also release Monday Morning, Birds of Prey, Glam, and I Am as singles whether it'd be official or promotional. In this imaginary scenario, not only that the album experienced success, Xtina also experienced healing and reaffirmation of herself especially with her newborn child. The era would truly be amazing and never been done before! In conclusion, I can only imagine all of these things as it's not what had actually happened. However, it's truly fun to envision a wonderful era for Bionic. The album may be an uneven final product, but at least there's still glimpses of humanity that lied underneath all of the robotic parts. I appreciate this album so much.
  7. YES, you saw it right! Whenever You Call is her BEST ballad of all-time. But why? Gorgeous vocals? ✓ Gorgeous tone? ✓ Wig-SNATCHING climax filled with agility? ✓ Fast runs? (15 notes in TWO seconds btw) ✓ The other bland, cheesy songs can't relate? ✓ @Sylk So why can't the other girl Forever compete with its level of Gorgeousness? Open Arms is a better song btw. @Tomás So, vocal expert, can you confirm that this song's climax is among one of her best? @light741 So why can't There For Me compete against this gorgeous powerhouse ballad? So many questions!
  8. Beyoncé

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    Right girls and gays time to rank. As you all know Beyoncé is one of the greatest performers of all time, meaning every single one of her tours are incredible. However some are quite clearly better than others. Time to see who has taste and who doesn't You can include OTR and OTR II if you want to but I won't as they were joint tours and y'all know how I feel about Jay-Z The Formation World Tour I Am... World Tour The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour The Beyoncé Experience Dangerously in Love Tour Wow all her tours really show her growth as an artist and performer don't they Don't forget to leave your ranking
  9. The once biggest girl group in the world reformed with new music (and all five members in 2007) and this is the song they come up with... It's so corny, bland, generic and generally awful. I can't think of any come back single off the top of my head by a major UK group that was worse. It doesn't feel genuine and for a group of their calibre i'd expect far better. A comeback song by a girl group should be a super catchy fast paced bop, not a cheap cheesy ballad with no effort put in to it. The only remotely decent part is Mel C's verse - for all the 20 seconds that it lasts. The vocal arrangements towards the end are messy as fuck with far too much going on. Nothing fits. This is the sort of comeback song i'd expect to be debuted on Loose Women (sksjsksj) by Nolan sisters or something. The only time this song is ever close to being decent is if you're high on drugs.
  10. ArianaGrande.kbyefornow

    So, I think all stans listened to the album a few times so tell me what you think?
  11. I created this topic to post my dream setlist for ´Lover Fest Tour´ by Taylor Swift. Share yours here! My Setlist: ACT 1 1.ME! 2.The Man 3.I Knew You Were Trouble 4.London Boy ACT 2 5.I Know Places 6.Cruel Summer 7.You Need To Calm Down 8.Afterglow / All Too Well Medley ACT 3 9.The Archer 10.Soon You´ ll Get Better / Daylight Medley 11.Delicate ACT 4 12.Miss Americana & The Heartbreak Prince 13.Cornelia Street 14.Love Story / You Belong With Me Medley 15.The Story Of Us ACT 5 16.Paper Rings 17.Duet with a surprise guest* 18.Style 19.Blank Space / Shake It Off Medley ENCORE 20.Lover *17: surprise guests: Summertime Sadness with Lana Del Rey Boulevard Of Broken Dreams with Billie Joe Armstrong from Green Day Beggin´´ with Madcon Feel with Robbie Williams Homesick with Dua Lipa Riptide with Vance Joy Girls Just Want to Have Fun with Cyndi Lauper Moves Like Jagger with Adam Levine from Maroon 5 Say It Right with Nelly Furtado If I Lose Myself with Ryan Tedder from OneRepulic The Monster with Eminem Break Your Heart with Taio Cruz
  12. Of course only this legendary band known as Evanescence releases hit after hit. Critically acclaimed albums. I've always stanned ever since the Origin and Mystary EP eras. All their albums chart high and with only 3 albums and Synthesis added being amazing. But they announced a new era today so I have to bring up my fav legendary band. Who else is stanning??
  13. There is a lot of drag queens on music right now, some of them are amazing, some of them... well. But witch song by a drag queen is your favorite? my picks:
  14. Pauly Antonio

    Ms. Eyelash has a #1 song, #1 album, Best selling album of 2019 so far, Grammy buzz and is only 17 years old..... this is a recipe for floppage in the future with her next album (that's she already working on) Can this lil hoe maintain the same stability in the future, or is she gonna become another Meghan Trainor? lets discuss.... correct answer: I hope lmao
  15. What Lady Gaga songs do you believe are 'sequels' to others? For example, Gypsy reminds me a lot about Marry The Night/Highway Unicorn and sometimes feels like a sequel. Bloody Mary feels at times it belongs in TFM, and sometimes I feel Gypsy belongs in Born This Way.
  16. IDK if this has been a thread already but were reviving it girlies... the album cover is my FAVORITE part of an album. If its ugly, I won't listen to it... lmao. These are mine: A SERVE.... I always thought this cover was digitally made but no... shes ACTAULLY underwater and its an actual room.... another SERVE The simplicity....Beyonce has reached a level in her career where all she needs to do is slap her name on the front and it'll sell like hotcakes... a legend.... I had to do it.... tell Giselle that I need physical copies of this NOWW. I dont like this album but I bought the vinyl to hang it up on my wall... this painting deserves to be in museums... period Another painting album cover that deserves to be displayed in museums. A quality cover AND album. The red and the yellow... yesss MA'AM Sia's early albums had the BEST covers. So creative and innovative. No one did like Ms. Sia The blue sky and that paper fan. BOW DOWN TO THE YEE HAW QUEEN This might just be my favorite of them all... really reflects the album as a whole. The retro vibes were EVERYTHING!! These are all I could think of right now... lemme know yours!! periodt pooh
  17. Two great songs Two seductive bops Which is best? Obviously I have my opinions but I'm gonna wait until there are other responses before revealing my bias.
  18. What do i say. What a fucking bop But do you think this song of 2019 will it remove Sin of Doritos from the top of the charts? Will the Angel, Dolly Parton's Goddaughter and the Sleepy have the power to top the Rat and her bottom from the top? Or will the GPs taste buds remain deluded and stuck to a fake relationship? Awaits thread from well known FOTP user Agugaga trashing the song, dictating how it'll flop and that Car Wash - Xtinas collab with Missy Elliot, will forever remain more eyechronic.
  19. Pauly Antonio

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    since im the saving grace of the Beyonce thread.... LETS TALK FKN TALK!! Blue Ivy is only 7 and is eating her mother alive. Looks wise, Vocal wise, and dance wise. Do we see Miss Ivy carrying her parents' legacy and becoming the next iconic legendaric pop girl. BC I DO!! My predictions for her career is thats she's gonna be pure pop. None of the R&B shit. I mean, she's already on the charts. By 16 or so, she's gonna have a #1, BET ON THAT. While haters are already celebrating Beyonce's "downfall", they're forgetting that her offspring is already just as talented as these generic pop girls today... these pop girls should have their moments for the next few years because its OVER for them once Miss Blue appears on the scene. anyway, what yall think?? Watch Petty Blue becoming a surgeon or a computer programmer... lmaooo
  20. Soooo..... Before I start, New Member here and most importantly Beyhive here :)))) Its not rocket science to see that Beyonce & Various Artists' The Gift album underperformed. But why? To me, as a Beyonce stan. This situation is very reminiscent of the 4 era. 4 was seen as Beyonces "flop" era because 4 was her only album that didn't produce a #1 hit. Sony literally almost dropped Beyonce from the label!! Now, 8 years later, 4 is seen as a classic Beyonce that mostly every Beyonce fan prefers over her other albums. Run The World was met with so much criticism and dislike from critics and audiences and NOW its one of the top female empowerment anthems and is one of the staple songs in Beyonces career. Can the same thing be said about The Gift album in years to come? Just a little history lesson: When Beyonce's was a sales artist. 4 had deluxe editions, Target exclusives, she did multiple interviews, live performances, very much promoted, and was leaked a month prior. this is VERY similar to what the pop girls do now with the addition of bundles and radio/playlist payola. 4 still did #1 with 300k first week which is still more than most of these pop girls IN TOTAL. Beyonce now: 0 deluxe editions, 0 target exclusives, 1 ABC interview but was not about The Gift, 0 live performance, 0 promotion if you count an IG/Twitter pic as promotion. Obviously, none of the pop girls could never just "drop" an album and calling it a day, never mentioning the album again. Also, Disney/Lion King did not promote the album themselves which is weird because it was reported that they were the ones that asked her to do this album plus its still in The Lion King's name. * There are also people out there that have no clue that Beyonce ever did a separate album. * Now, to get back into the point of this discussion: African Music/ Afrobeats was never a popular genre in any part of the world other than Africa obviously. People before the album came out just assumed that the album would do well because its Beyonce. But I CALLED it that the album was going to flop. just by looking at the top 10 of the hot 100 and the top 10 of the album charts, I knew it wouldn't work out for her. But...like 4, do y'all think there's a chance The Gift can make its back in the the mainstream music eye?? If an artist like Drake or someone uses Afro music to the GP's attention, I feel like The Gift can most definitely come back around. This was a long one but its really been in my mind for a few days now and wanted other Beyhives' opinions :)))))) and don't forget to stream The Gift so the kids can eat.
  21. We know sis has been snubbed for AOTY 3 times. But with the critical success of Homecoming: The Live Album. Is there a possibility this could be Beyonce's consolation prize for being snubbed 3 times now??
  22. 13.1.16 - 23.8.16 1. Honeymoon 2. Music To Watch Boys To 3. Ultraviolence 4. High By The Beach 5. Freak 6. Art Deco 7. Off To The Races 8. The Blackest Day 9. Swan Song 10. Terrence Loves You 11. Pretty When You Cry 12. Shades Of Cool 13. Brooklyn Baby 14. God Knows I Tried 15. Ride 16. West Coast 17. Video Games
  23. Ever since I saw Infinity Train a few days ago it's been breaking my mind: which is the best version of Word Up? I have a pretty good idea what the worst one is. but I can't make up my mind as to the best: Cameo Korn Gun Mel B Little Mix The BossHoss
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