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Troye Sivan drags "Youth" and Charli XCX won't stand for it


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I feel like it's normal, for the artist it's not just a song, it's something they did. Have you ever found an essay you'd written a couple of years ago and cringed because of how badly written you thi

Troye Sivan dragged one of his biggest songs, "Youth," calling it a bad song. Charli XCX saw this drag and isn't having it. Get ha, Jade! Not Troye shading his music like Miley does.  St

I agree with the fact that ‘Youth’ is not his best song... yet here we go again with musicians shading their music... it just makes them look so unauthentic... Looking at you Ariana trashing the beaut

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I feel like it's normal, for the artist it's not just a song, it's something they did. Have you ever found an essay you'd written a couple of years ago and cringed because of how badly written you think it is? We tend to be overly critical with ourselves, it's just human nature, besides that song came out when he was soooo young, it shouldn't surprise us that he doesn't like it anymore. Either way, it's still a bop like his whole discography :praisega:

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59 minutes ago, Adriannn said:

I agree with the fact that ‘Youth’ is not his best song... yet here we go again with musicians shading their music... it just makes them look so unauthentic... Looking at you Ariana trashing the beautiful masterpiece that is ‘Touch It’.

Touch It is my favorite song on Dangerous Woman! 

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1 hour ago, Silhouette said:

I feel like it's normal, for the artist it's not just a song, it's something they did. Have you ever found an essay you'd written a couple of years ago and cringed because of how badly written you think it is? We tend to be overly critical with ourselves, it's just human nature, besides that song came out when he was soooo young, it shouldn't surprise us that he doesn't like it anymore. Either way, it's still a bop like his whole discography :praisega:

 

45 minutes ago, BabyBabyBay said:

I think it's more a case of them not being able to relate to it now.

Think about how many times you've cringed at your older self.

Your songs are part of your older form, so I think it's only natural that you kinda hate it, because you're not at that place anymore.

It all so true yet, he did not has to shade it publicly. That may be the problem people has with artists shaming their work. It's part of their discography either way so :tired: he has spent to much time with Ariana :chrissy:

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1 hour ago, Groundbreaking said:

 

It all so true yet, he did not has to shade it publicly. That may be the problem people has with artists shaming their work. It's part of their discography either way so :tired: he has spent to much time with Ariana :chrissy:

I can see what you mean and I understand why people don't like when artists do that, but I personally find that it humanises them in a way. I don't know if it makes sense, but in my case I always love to hear a singer's opinion on their work, whether it's positive or negative, and I think it's really interesting when they speak about their older stuff because they're able to reflect about it from another perspective, and even give a more sincere opinion because when you're promoting new music you're obviously going to say that it's great, even if you think it's not :miley:

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Hmm I mean, I kinda get it.

The Blue Neighbourhood album is flawless imo. It’s like a young gay mans diary of coming to terms with his sexuality and understanding the world around him. He’s now an adult and is comfortable with himself. I can see why he may not wish to revisit those songs and isn’t much of a fan of them. Maybe.

If he ever drags Heaven though, boy I’ll ignore the lockdown and come straight to Melbourne and kick your *** :mariahstare: 

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22 hours ago, Silhouette said:

I can see what you mean and I understand why people don't like when artists do that, but I personally find that it humanises them in a way. I don't know if it makes sense, but in my case I always love to hear a singer's opinion on their work, whether it's positive or negative, and I think it's really interesting when they speak about their older stuff because they're able to reflect about it from another perspective, and even give a more sincere opinion because when you're promoting new music you're obviously going to say that it's great, even if you think it's not :miley:

Wow, great point! I have never think about it like that ever before. Many thanks for broadening my perspective. :imacoolmom:

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