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  1. Hello everyone! So, it has been 2 decades since we entered the new millenium and 21st century so CONGRATS TO EVERYONE So in these 2 decades, we have seen female singers liberate themselves or open gates for upcoming singers. So, who would come up in ones mind if asked which female singer defined the 00s? Britney, obviously but what if you asked someone which female star defined the 2010s? You would get a bundle of answers, but many of them would include Taylor in their list. So today we will be comparing one of the hugest eras of their respective times...OIDIA and 1989 to one and another and see whom wins! Let the race began Oops!...I Did It Again: You just have to pull up the album cover on ones face, and they would instantly recognize it as Britney Spears Sophomore effort released on May 16 in the turn of a new millennia. Expectations and pressure for whether Britney would end up a one-hit wonder, shattered into tiny pieces when Britney released the title-track of her upcoming album. The song had massive airplay, an iconic choreography, and extremely controversial VMA performance to help make the song the best-selling single of the year, 2000 by a teenager landing on the #1 in over 20 countries and would later become one of Britney's most recognizable and legendary music videos. It was May 16th, the day for Britney's highly anticipated second release and when it came out...it broke RECORDS around the globe. The teen dance-pop album debuted at #1 in the Billboard 200 selling not 450k copies, not 500k copies, not 700k copies and not even 970k copies but 1,319,000 all across America. The album debuted at #2 in the UK Official Charts selling 88k copies alone, and sold 2.5 million copies in its first week internationally! Going #1 in over 20 countries and becoming platinum certified in 30 countries worldwide. the album felt to #2 in its second week selling 612k copies..but held the #2 position for 15 weeks! If it werent for Eminem releasing his "Marshall LP", OIDIA would have been #1 for 15 weeks, making it the longest female album at #1. Britney would then release 2 more huge top 3 international hits off the era, "Lucky" and "Stronger", which have become nostalgic songs for the millennials. The album has sold 10.2 million copies in the US alone, making it her second diamond record and has sold 26 million copies globally. Oops...I Did It Again was the best-selling female album of the year 2000, the 7th Best-selling album of the 00s, and the third highest selling female album of this century. Britney was also the most searched celebrity during this era and achieved a Guinness record for best-selling teenage artist of all time. 1989: It was January 1st of the new year 2014...but nobody was ready for what would happen in the next 8 months, as we were going to witness one of the most successful genre-crossovers of all time. Taylor Swift would release the first singer of her still anonymous record on August of 2014, and it instantly become a GLOBAL hit!, going #1 in 15 countries and cross over 2.9 billion views in YouTube, becoming one of the most viewed music videos of all time. After the immense success Shake It Off received despite its mixed reviews, it was the perfect time in August of 2014 to release her fifth studio album, 1989 into the stores. Lets just say, this album and era launched Taylor from a well-known country-pop act into one of pops biggest forces! The album debuted at #1 selling 1.217 million copies in America (1.613 million globally) and held the position for 11 consecutive weeks, going #1 and platinum in 12 countries. Taylor would later release 4 more huge singles off the era which just added more fire to this era. Finally, the album controversially won a 2015 Grammy for Album Of The Year. Oooo, too hard to compare right? They were such huge eras, right? lets look at the direct charts and comparisons: Oops...I Did It Again First Week Sales- 1.319 million copies 1989 First Week Sales- 1.217 million copies Oops...I Did It Again First Year Sales- 17 million copies sold globally by the end of 2000 1989 First Year Sales- 4 million copies sold globally by the end of 2000 Overall, OIDIA Sales- 26,000,000 sales 1989 Sales- 12,340,000 sales OIDIA's Most Controversial Moment- VMA 2000 Performance 1989S Most Controversial Moment- 1989 winning Album of The Year over To Pimp A Butterfly OIDIA's Biggest Hit- Oops!...I Did It Again (#1 in 20+ countries) 1989's Biggest Hit- Shake It Off (#1 in 15 Countries) OIDIA's Biggest Achievement- 3rd Best-Selling Female Album Of The Century 1989's Biggest Achievement- Highest Grossing Tour of 2015 Their both so neck to neck, right? what do you guys think? which era was more bigger? lemme know
  2. Taylor Swift's management company is counter suing Evermore Theme Park. Here's what went down: Evermore a theme park in Utah. They filed suit against Taylor because they believe her album of the same name had a negative impact on their business by causing "confusion." It makes sense. Taylor's online presence is so immense that anything she names will take over SEO (search engine optimization, meaning it'll rank at the top of Google pretty much no matter what). Swift's lawyers are calling the lawsuit "frivolous" and are even counter suing because they have evidence the Evermore theme park used Taylor's songs “Love Story,” “You Belong With Me,” and “Bad Blood” without a license. In fact, music publishing company BMI alerted Evermore theme park of their infringement but their requests went unanswered. So now, Taylor's team is using this as ammunition and countersuing The suit claims that Evermore “blatantly ignored the numerous notices from BMI and opted instead to continue to benefit from the free and unauthorized public performance of [the songs], despite actual knowledge of the liability and substantial penalties imposed by the Copyright Act to protect artists.” Evermore's CEO actually tried to get a retroactive license in light of everything, but it appears it's too late. Taylor is coming for Evermore's wig.
  3. Updates: Album is out: Anti-Hero Video: Taylor announced a visual album: Album drops midnight, a surprise coming 3am, and Anti-Hero video premieres tomorrow: Previously: She's coming!
  4. Last month, i was unsuccessful, got another invite, reserved my chance to get tickets, confirmed for the very first show of the entire tour. IT'S EXPECTED TO be her most successful tour, international dates aren't announced,, given how it's her second all stadium tour, I'm thinking Australia and Japan for the fall and Europe next summer with an extended Us leg. The tickets today lottery was actually smoother, 2 tickets only, you just register your card , and they set the price at the Max 410.72, you don't get to pick the seats as seating is limited so they get you the best seats per your verified boost ,I bought 250.00 worth of midnights and merch. Help her achieve that historical million opening in the streaming era. So my boost was higher.. I'm pretty much at the most expensive ticket range. The fun part is the two Arizona dates are the ones with Paramore, so some of my friends are insanely jealous as they wanted tickets to when we were young fest but that was expensive and no word on a Paramore tour either, given how they're more popular today they expect it to be out of their price range as well,, we're talking single parents, who have a hard time finding work since they don't do babysitter's and such. But yeah. I'm going to the very first show, like I did for the reputation stadium tour in 2018,which was my 34th birthday. @MasterMindz @Adriannn
  5. I have a new theory - both songs are track 6 on their albums. This fanmade rock mix of "Midnight Rain" gives "You Belong With Me" vibes. Could "Midnight Rain" be Taylor looking back at the guy she wrote "You Belong With Me" about?
  6. The lawsuit against Taylor Swift’s “Shake It Off” has officially been dropped after 5 years. She is now in the clear to legally release 1989 (Taylor’s Version)!
  7. Per Deadline: “Taylor Swift will make her feature directorial debut with Searchlight Pictures, the company announced today. The acclaimed singer, songwriter and director has written an original script, which will be produced by the studio. Additional details will be announced at a later date.” Article here: Deadline
  8. I love Taylor's songs, and I'm no professional, it just seems that she's always talking without singing. Her production doesn't really let her voice shine. I guess the perfect example is Vigilante **** where she does the talking without hearing different tonalities to her voice.
  9. What songs do you think Taylor will perform at her tour?
  10. https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Fh3JaklWAAELADt?format=jpg&name=large Well, it goes without saying I’m extremely protective of my fans. We’ve been doing this for decades together and over the years, I’ve brought so many elements of my career in my house. I’ve done this SPECIFICALLY to improve the quality of my fans’ experience by doing it myself with my team who care about my fans as much as I do. It’s really difficult for me to trust an outside entity with these relationships and loyalties, and excruciating for me to just watch mistakes happen with no recourse. There are a multitude of reasons why people had such a hard time trying to get tickets and I’m trying to figure out how this situation can be improved moving forward. I’m not going to make excuses for anyone because we asked them, multiple times, if they could handle this kind of demand and we were assured they could. It’s truly amazing that 2.4 million people got tickets but it pisses me off that a lot of them feel like they went through several bear attacks to get them. And to those who didn’t get tickets, all I can say is that my hope is for us to all get together and sing these songs. Thanks for wanting to be there. You have no idea how much this means. I get 'great if you got it, too bad if you didn't' vibes.
  11. The Department of Justice has launched an investigation into Ticketmaster's parent company Live Nation Entertainment amid the fiasco with Taylor Swift's ticket pre-sale. The New York Times reports that the drama this week is not the cause of the investigation as it was already in the works. "The inquiry predates the botched presale of Taylor Swift tickets this week and is said to focus on whether Live Nation has abused its power in the live music industry," the outlet reported. Senators Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) and Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) called for the investigation back in March 2022. “The status quo has resulted in ever-growing fees for consumers and poor consumer experiences when purchasing tickets for live events," they said in a press release back then. The investigation will look into whether Live Nation has a monopoly on the market and if the company is abusing its power. Ticketmaster has faced a ton of backlash this week after fans had a difficult time purchasing tickets for Taylor's The Eras Tour. So many tickets were sold during the pre-sale that the public on-sale was canceled due to insufficient inventory.
  12. I am so over trying to get tickets to this tour. I have wasted about 5 hours so far, trying to get tickets. Capital one card holder sale was a bust. When I got to the venue, I couldn't find any tickets.
  13. I'm a Swiftie I've been trying my best to like the album but I can't, it's just boring
  14. Poor men who can’t handle woman sucess Drake producer Vinylz shades Taylor #1 spot on Billboard Hot 100 which prevented him to be:
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