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26 minutes ago, KimTaeyeon said:

 

 

this song, despite beeing terrible she or Mayah Marie is singing with a thief, HORRIBLE AND DISGUSTING HUMAN BEEING 

This one aged like spoiled milk jj4 It was already bad when it came out but the Conservatorship it's even worse rip4 

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2 hours ago, Strobo said:

Monster?
Woohoo?
Side to Side?
***Flawless?
Feeling Myself?

Nicki's problematic but let's not act like her collabs are bad.

Literally couldn’t care less about any of her parts in those songs. She's a nuisance. Maybe the only good thing she did as a feature was Monster.

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20 minutes ago, Madonna said:

Literally couldn’t care less about any of her parts in those songs. She's a nuisance. Maybe the only good thing she did as a feature was Monster.

I can respect the opinion! Especially since you still gave her credit for her (imo objectively) best verse.

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Do What You want - the version with Christina is ONLY ONE THAT MATTERS! 

Say So Remix - i think Beyonce should've been on it instead. 

Bed - it should've been Ariana with either Ciara or Rihanna 

Levitating with DaBaby - Levitating Remix feat Madge>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

Anything that features JB or Cardi (Wild Side solo version>>>>>>>>>) 

Savage Remix - however Beyonce's verse are 🔥🔥🔥 it should've been Bey with another female rapper

Swish Swish and any Katy collab

B**ch I'm Madonna - it should've never happened. And i love Madge (Across The Sky too but it's unreleased, but I'm glad it wasn't on HC) 

Pretty Girls - same as BIM it should've never happened. And I love Brit. 

Up Out My Face - love Mimi but that song was unnecessary 

jj4

#ISaidWhatISaid 

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18 hours ago, Strobo said:

Monster?
Woohoo?
Side to Side?
***Flawless?
Feeling Myself?

Nicki's problematic but let's not act like her collabs are bad.

ikr. like, i'm NOT a nicki stan at all but i  did like some of her collabs from back in the day... Woohoo, Side To Side, Till The World Ends Remix, Flawless, Raining Men, Fly, Bang Bang, Love More and I'm Out are all really good!

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On 8/10/2021 at 3:16 PM, Shego said:

 

 

Three massive and distinct talents that just don't work well together. I feel like the song was written with Ariana in mind and they just tacked the others on for girl power.

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16 hours ago, LÉON said:

Three massive and distinct talents that just don't work well together. I feel like the song was written with Ariana in mind and they just tacked the others on for girl power.

Omg but Miley and Lana's parts are so good

Miley's has so much attitude and Lana's is so ethereal

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18 hours ago, Slayty Perry said:

Omg but Miley and Lana's parts are so good

Miley's has so much attitude and Lana's is so ethereal

Be that as it may, they don't work well together

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34 minutes ago, SeekingThrill said:

Tea. 

 

I must say that I have already forgotten about this song. eve1 

So did I until @Shego reminded me eve1 I can just about remember the chorus eve1 The rest is a blur.

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Wale - Chillin (ft. Lady Gaga)

 

Seriously one of the worst collabs I have heard. Gaga’s verses were repetitive, couldn’t they have done better than that?

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On 8/13/2021 at 5:13 PM, LÉON said:

Be that as it may, they don't work well together

I think it's just that it sounds like three different songs in one track mashed up together true1 

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Pretty Girls, Say So remix (this one isn't even remembered in order to be forgotten). 

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