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  1. Most times celebrity wax figures are terrifying, but some times they get it right. This time, they got it really right. The new Ariana Grande wax figure is spot on. Thoughts, Exhale?!
  2. Welcome to Battle of The Pop Stars So last week Lady Gaga and Rihanna went head to head and 81/148 of you decided that Rihanna would be the winner. The official winner of round number three. This week I am bringing to this battle a voice, a talent, a ponytail, one of the most iconic pop stars of recent times, Ms Ariana Grande!!! Who will it be this week exhale? Will you crown Rihanna or Ariana Grande? Let's go. Rihanna Rihanna started her career in 2003. She has eight albums, Music of The Sun, A Girl Like Me, Good Girl Gone Bad, Rated R, Loud, Talk That Talk, Unaplogetic and Anti. She has sold over 250 million records and singles. Her films, Bring It On: All or Nothing, Battleship, This Is the End, Home, Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets, Ocean's 8 and Guava Island Her tours, Rihanna: Live in Concert, Good Girl Gone Bad Tour, Last Girl on Earth Tour, Loud Tour, Diamonds World Tour, Anti World Tour, The Monster Tour with Eminem and promotional tours A Girl's Night Out and 777 Tour. Rihanna has won 9 Grammy Awards, 8 Billboard Music Awards, 13 American Music Awards (including the Icon Award), and 7 MTV Video Music Awards (including the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award.) VS Ariana Grande Ariana Grande started her career in 2008. She has six albums, Yours Truly, My Everything, Dangerous Woman, Sweetener, Thank U, Next and Positions. Across albums, singles and features (when physical, downloads and streaming equivalent sales are combined), Grande has been certified for 85.5 million units in the U.S. Her films, Snowflake, the White Gorilla, Underdogs, Zoolander 2, Ariana Grande: Excuse Me, I Love You, Billie Eilish: The World's a Little Blurry and the upcoming Don't Look Up. Her tours, The Listening Sessions, The Honeymoon Tour, Dangerous Woman Tour and The Sweetener World Tour. Ariana Grande has won 156 awards throughout her career. Stream your fav hit by Riri to celebrate her win and share your fav songs and moments from these iconic ladies of pop.
  3. Ariana Grande hopped on a remix of The Weeknd's "Save Your Tears." It's officially #1! Thoughts, Exhale?!
  4. Let's have this conversation and let's be honest. Pop culture right now isn't at its bests. Singers don't really have charisma, they release boring songs, there's just nothing special even if the songs are good. There's nothing iconic. Britney's prime era ended = no iconic moments. And that's a fact. No moments that had huge impact on pop culture rn like for example Britney dancing with a snake, kissing Madonna or shaving her head in 2000s. There's just nothing like it right now, totally nothing on this level. In my opinion ''Rain On Me'' released in 2020 was a really good moment for pop culture after years of nothing (except Thank U, Next song and music video). Don't get me wrong lmao I already know some people will be mad because of misunderstanding (I didn't know how to name this thread so idk if it sounds good, you can change it into something better). I totally don't think ''Rain On Me'' is even close to Britney's iconic moments, that's a fact - it is not. But choosing from all of recent moments, songs - ''Rain On Me'' is the best of it. It's iconic. On Britney's level? Absolutely not. ''Rain On Me'' really was a moment. Two big pop stars collaborating together on a dance-pop song mixing a lot of styles together. And it sounds really good, fresh and iconic. Lyrics are good. And the music video is amazing as well. Colors, dance, chemistry, style, vibe, energy - all makes sense here. It really works. Btw look at art I found: Seems like people really got inspired by it and that's the point
  5. Bus, Plane, No Sleep, Club, Another Club, Anxiety, Paparazzi, Concert, No Sleep, Photoshoot, Depression, Body Dysmorphia, Concert Bombing, Album release, Bi-polar disorder, broken marriage, Award Show, next place, trauma, another concert. We’ve all seen the headlines. Demi Lovato suffered an overdose after years of sobriety. Lady Gaga has PTSD. Katy Perry chopped her hair off yearning to be just Katy Hudson again. Ariana Grande shared a catscan of the trauma in her brain compared to a healthy one. Julia Michaels and Selena Gomez put out a song called “Anxiety.” Britney Spears checked int
  6. Ariana posted a tweet that she's going to be on a remix of "Save Your Tears" with The Weeknd. It will be released at 9PM PST tomorrow night.
  7. so I record new cover - positions let me know what does Exhale think Song suggestions are welcomed (Britney songgg)
  8. I've noticed that people aren't interested in her as much as they used to. And she's losing a lot of fans mostly because of them being bored with her new albums that have very similar sound. She releases album every year and it really doesn't help her career. We all know how bad Positions album did in the first week when they expected much more. She had her new #1s obiously, she's a queen of streaming I guess BUT we all know that her manager has power and he works harder than the devil so are these numbers she has even fair? Her peak was for sure 2019 with Thank U, Next era. Sweetener era was exciting for people cause she came back with new music after long silence and you know, first music since Manchester bombing. People were so interested in her because of her outrageous relationship with Pete Davidson as well and all of the drama and obvi death of her ex. Now people don't care that much even if she got engaged and she became a judge in The Voice. We'll see but it seems like her career won't be bigger.
  9. Another thread shading Ariana's career says hi This is not a hate thread, just a discussion. I was a fan of her 2015-2020 so I definitely know what I'm talking about here. I think we all can agree that her career could have been much much better than it is now. Yes, she's one of the greatest pop stars of our generation, she's a queen of streams, she's the most followed woman on Instagram. But numbers for sure aren't everything. Especially when nowadays it's so easy to fake it. Ariana has had everything to be a great pop star - amazing voice, talent, beauty, charisma, she isn't the best dancer but I guess she could improve it. The point is that she's not that creative. Not as creative as Britney, Bey, Gaga, Madonna etc. Don't get me wrong, it's her career, her decisions, this thread is only a discussion. Her performances aren't that good even when she really can sing. Good voice isn't everything in music industry obvi. Her music videos are most of the time so boring. Her songs are catchy but it's nothing so special - what is the point of making everything in the same style? Positions era showed us how lazy she is with her music. You can still enjoy it but it could have been way way way way better. Ariana doesn't really have iconic moments that had a huge impact on pop culture, except Thank U, Next song and music video. No iconic fashion moments. No iconic magazine covers. She's just really pretty. It honestly makes me so sad that with her fame and talent she's just wasting it for some boring sh t. Being a pop star is a responsibility as well. Her career for sure could have been as big as Britney's iconic career full of pop culture defining moments, she had potential but now it's too late. I think she said once that she just didn't like that but... are you a pop star only for yourself? You have to feed your fans well, you are where you are only because of them and they deserve more.
  10. @Blackout2006 despite slamming positions, said the saving grace was pov.. Apparently republic and Scooter Braun agreed, they just played POV on the radio, here's to hoping the most critically acclaimed track becomes a hit and not just a radio hit.
  11. Hello everyone Sales label, IFPI's list for 20 Global Artist Of 2020, that was supposed to come out later this year was leaked so watch me fuel the spreading of the leaked list In Top 3, we have BTS, Taylor Swift and Drake The mega-popular South-Korean band released 2 studio albums last year with both debuting at over a 1.000.000 units, and had one of the biggest hits of the year which Grammy-Nominated "Dynamite". The Asians are coming to conquer and we love to see iT Even though, she has been in the game since she was a little girl, Taylor Swift still rakes in millions of sales due to her loyal fan base! She released 2 albums as well last year, with Folklore becoming the US Best-Selling album. Its the power for me your honor Who was streaming Drake honestly last year? In the Top 10 we have artist like Billie Eilish, Ariana Grande, and Justin Bieber dominate the list whom released viral hit songs and were on everyones Spotify playlist. Its shocking to see how Billie barely released music, but still came at #6 of globally most popular singers. And yall still say she aint a main pop girl? And at Top 15, we have everyone's favorite white singer, Ed Sheeran, whom barely missed the top 10 reaching #11 in IFPI's list. We then have Gaga who has made a highly successful comeback with her first studio album since Joanne (2016), which is 90s-house record, Chromatica Dua Lipa AKA MPG of 2020, also graced this list at #16 after bagging 4 huge hits from her sophomore record, Future Nostalgia We also have legendary bands like Queen and Beatles on the list. True legends What do you guys think? Slay? Shooketh? Did your fave enter the list? Lemme know
  12. The Korean company that launched K-pop sensation BTS is paying $1.05 billion for a star-studded U.S. media group behind the careers of global stars Justin Bieber and Ariana Grande. Big Hit Entertainment, which is changing its name to HYBE, is investing 1.07 trillion won ($950 million) into its U.S. unit to acquire Ithaca Holdings LLC, led by music impresario Scooter Braun. Big Hit will pay a total of $1.05 billion to shareholders and bondholders to purchase Ithaca, according to a regulatory filing in Seoul Friday. The acquisition of Ithaca would be the first major foray into the U.S. market for Big Hit Entertainment. Braun, currently Ithaca’s chief executive officer, will join the board of HYBE, the companies said in a statement. As part of the transaction, Carlyle Group will sell its significant minority stake in Ithaca, which it has held since 2017. BTS featuring Justin Bieber/Ariana Grande/Demi Lovato? Source: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-04-02/k-pop-agency-to-buy-justin-bieber-manager-s-firm-for-1-billion
  13. Am I the only one who hates THIS? (I don't listen to Taylor and Olivia but I noticed that they do that too. Seems like Ariana started that ugly trend)
  14. Major songwriters in the industry have signed an open letter demanding that artists stop demanding writing credits on songs they didn't write for. As Variety says, It's long been an "open secret" in the industry dating back to Elvis Presley. The letter was created by an anonymous group of songwriters in the industry called The Pact. The letter, which has now been signed by the likes of Justin Tranter, Victoria Monet, Ian Kirkpatrick, Emily Warren, and more. It has also been signed by Ariana Grande. It can be read in full here: Songwriters Call for Artists to Stop Demanding Credit and Publishing - Variety Here is an excerpt: Why is this a big deal? The signees of the letter have written some of the biggest hits of the last decade and for lots of major artists. Ian Kirkpatrick wrote on "Matches" for Britney and the Backstreet Boys. He also has written on songs for Dua Lipa, Selena Gomez, and Jason DeRulo. Emily Warren has written for Dua Lipa, Backstreet Boys, The Chainsmoker, and more. . Joel Little has written on songs for Taylor Swift, Jonas Brothers, Kesha, Imagine Dragons, and Lorde. Justin Tranter has written for countless artists including heavy songwriting credits on the Glory album for Britney. Here is a video from Justin explaining why he signed and why it’s an important moment for songwriters: Though they haven't named any artists that have done this, this is a huge move on their part for songwriter's rights! Good for them!
  15. She posted the caption free photo on her Instagram. Some people have commented things like "Underweight," "Eat a freakin' sandwich, girl. Damn," "Where are your curves? Any shape?," "No way that's your body. You look like a 10-year-old," "I never noticed that Ariana is this slim. A bit more weight would look good on her," Another person said Ariana might be sending the wrong message, "I hate that so many girls are commenting 'I wish I was this skinny.' You're perpetuating society's f—ked up beauty standards." "This shouldn't be everyone's go-to inspiration for weight when she's clearly underweight. Who knows what kind of lengths she goes to in order to maintain this unrealistic figure that young girls are supposed to look up to." Thoughts ?
  16. We all know she's the queen of releasing unnecessary sh t. For me these songs are soo useless (not saying they're bad): (34+35 is for sure her worst single ever, we all know it) (whole Positions album, Positions song is good in my opinion) The world would be better without these and she wouldn't be known for releasing boring sh t, that would save her career
  17. In Pop Music there has been many women who come and go but few stay and leave a legacy. We have Madonna, Janet, Mariah, Britney, GaGa, but who is the next girl that deserves to have a track/ live performance with the Queen and the Princess (Madge and Brit Brit)? Vote and say why you think the one girl deserves it?
  18. Demi Lovato and Ariana Grande have a new song together titled "Met Him Last Night." It'll land on Demi's forthcoming album, Dancing With The Devil, The Art of Starting Over." The track drops April 2nd. Here's a preview: Related:
  19. They did that! Rain On Me" is the first all-female collaboration to ever win Best Pop Duo/Group Performance. Lol I love what Ariana Tweeted Gaga (scroll to the first comment to read).
  20. BURNS did an AMA on the r/electronicmusic subreddit yesterday, and a lot of the questions that were asked were about Chromatica. Here are some of the questions? QUESTION: Could I ask about what working on LG6/chromatica was like in terms of designing the themes and sound? Did you have any specific ideas and inspirations going in or were you following LG’s plan for the world you were creating sonically? QUESTION: For those who are unfamiliar with your work- If you had to pick 3 songs by yourself as a way to introduce yourself, which 3 would you pick? Is there a song that you've made over the course of your career that you're most proud of? QUESTION: Loved your work on Chromatica last year. How was it like the making of the album? Were there many changes from the initial ideas until the final product, like was it a completely different genre or style? How was it like to work with Lady Gaga? Did you also work in Chromatica tracks that didn't make the cut? QUESTION: What production of yours are you most proud of? QUESTION: I wanted to ask how you came up with the idea of sampling Diana Ross' "It's My House" on Replay. Was it something that was present since you first began working on the song or was it added later in the mix? BURNS also talked about the making of Make Me... with Britney. QUESTION: Hi Burns, loved your production with the pop girlies. I would love to hear your process with working on Make Me with Britney.
  21. Ariana who runs pop is showing some love to Britney’s single, Stronger, by including it on her Apple playlist ‘Who Runs The World’ Are we surprised? Are we pressed? Are we grateful?
  22. Which dance-pop song do you like more? Don't get me wrong I love Rain On Me, I think it's one of the best collaborations ever, everything about it is iconic, the song and the music video are great, their voices mixed together perfectly BUT I think Rain Over Me sounds better - I just love early 2010s dance pop songs What about you?
  23. i love 34+35 if you double it how much does it equal with? thats right 138 did you peek or didi you calculate it through rahter ffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff-fast
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