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5 hours ago, Swish said:

Music was so much better wendy4

i miss the positivity 

I miss songs like Telephone , Call me maybe , Gangnam style , till the world ends , just dance , tik tok & hung up 

I can't stand music now 

all of them are either depressing songs , depressing songs about sex , depressing songs about politicians/politicians etc 

ari1

These are all either awful or dated, let them rest rip1 

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I miss the era before 2015. When women didnt have to fight as hard to hit number one and pop songs were actually the biggest songs-not hip-hop or rap trash that streaming favors(no offense to the hip hop community) and songs by Spanish artists which the public cant seem to let go of(not being racist, just saying wendy4)

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7 hours ago, Swish said:

Maybe because of all the shitty musicorangu1

people are so sensitive nowadays tooorangu1

its like you use a gif of beyonce they call you a member of the KKK

omg this 100% orangu1 

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1 hour ago, *MOONFLOWER* said:

I miss the era before 2015. When women didnt have to fight as hard to hit number one and pop songs were actually the biggest songs-not hip-hop or rap trash that streaming favors(no offense to the hip hop community) and songs by Spanish artists which the public cant seem to let go of(not being racist, just saying wendy4)

but i dont see any lies anywhere sia3 

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2 hours ago, *MOONFLOWER* said:

I miss the era before 2015. When women didnt have to fight as hard to hit number one and pop songs were actually the biggest songs-not hip-hop or rap trash that streaming favors(no offense to the hip hop community) and songs by Spanish artists which the public cant seem to let go of(not being racist, just saying wendy4)

This basically clap3

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8 hours ago, LuranusLur said:

I think it was good to! But there is still good ones if u look! 

You *really* have to seek those ones out.

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14 hours ago, vu said:

We won't ever get songs like these ever again brit2

 

brit2 I miss all the main pop bitches 

i don't want cardi B or Shawn Mendez 

i would rather have nicki Minaj and beiber

i don't want fifth harmony 

I want 1 direction fall2

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20 hours ago, vu said:

We won't ever get songs like these ever again brit2

 

I know cry5cry5cry5

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20 hours ago, vu said:

We won't ever get songs like these ever again brit2

 

maybe its a good thing jj3 they were over done anyway jj3 

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On 21-9-2017 at 6:23 PM, Chris Morlock said:

um brit10 

Animal

Stronger

Speak Now

The Fame Monster

Can't Be Tamed

A Year Without Rain

etc 

Omg yes brit7

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On 9/21/2017 at 4:37 PM, Vice said:

Shawn Mendez coming for that #1 generic depressing hit about trump and racism produced by the chainsmokers and featuring quavo , DJ khaled and some random Spanish guy 

Screamingjj2

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The last iconic hit in music industry has to be Shake It Off or Hello, ugh pop music really diedkaty4 At least Ariana kind of saved pop this yearmad1

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Not the op saying 2000-2013 but citing everything from 2010 onward ny12 

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For me 2003(ish) to 2007/8 really was "That" period. Music now, even from the "main" pop girls feels a lacking in comparison. 

 

I've put some of my favourite BOPs from that period in the spoiler. moo6

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I think the kind of EDM popular around 2010_13 is lame tbh bummer1

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