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Aaron Butterfield

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    Aaron Butterfield got a reaction from A.D. in Marina And The Diamonds - 'froot' (Album Review)   
    I definitely think there are artists that Marina bares comparison to, but that's such a random list - "Lily Allen, Chari XCX, Katy Perry, and ABBA" - none of them are artists I'd liken Marina to. I'd be really interested to read that article! 
    And I'm looking forward to seeing how the rest of this era shapes up too! I just hope that she carries on full steam ahead and that things don't die down now the album is out.
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    Aaron Butterfield got a reaction from A.D. in Marina And The Diamonds - 'froot' (Album Review)   
    I know! I immediately regretted that the first time I listened to the album after posting this review. It's such a good song, I think once I've played it a few more times it'll be one of my favourite Marina tracks period. 
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    Aaron Butterfield got a reaction from A.D. in Marina And The Diamonds - 'froot' (Album Review)   
    That's really interesting. 
    It's not that I think Marina isn't comparable to anyone, I just think that's such a random list of people to compare her to - it feels kind of like reaching. And I agree re: the leak - magnificently dealt with. Hopefully we'll get a ton of promo, and a large scale tour would be nice too.  
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    Aaron Butterfield got a reaction from jokobitch in Sia's Manager Weighs In On Katy Perry's Digs At Britney   
    He blocked me as well, he also blocked the official BH twitter.
    I think this guy is literally going through his mentions and blocking every single person who disagrees with him, like some sort of enormous child with an Aaron Carter - the Drug Years haircut and a rampant sense of entitlement to match his extraordinary lack of self-awareness and tragic deficit of intelligence.
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    Aaron Butterfield got a reaction from DJSLAYZEE in Miley Cyrus Is Back In The Recording Studio, New Album Out This Year   
    I am VERY MUCH here for this.
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    Aaron Butterfield got a reaction from jokobitch in Sia's Manager Weighs In On Katy Perry's Digs At Britney   
    He blocked me as well, he also blocked the official BH twitter.
    I think this guy is literally going through his mentions and blocking every single person who disagrees with him, like some sort of enormous child with an Aaron Carter - the Drug Years haircut and a rampant sense of entitlement to match his extraordinary lack of self-awareness and tragic deficit of intelligence.
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    Aaron Butterfield got a reaction from jokobitch in Sia's Manager Weighs In On Katy Perry's Digs At Britney   
    He blocked me as well, he also blocked the official BH twitter.
    I think this guy is literally going through his mentions and blocking every single person who disagrees with him, like some sort of enormous child with an Aaron Carter - the Drug Years haircut and a rampant sense of entitlement to match his extraordinary lack of self-awareness and tragic deficit of intelligence.
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    Aaron Butterfield got a reaction from jokobitch in Sia's Manager Weighs In On Katy Perry's Digs At Britney   
    He blocked me as well, he also blocked the official BH twitter.
    I think this guy is literally going through his mentions and blocking every single person who disagrees with him, like some sort of enormous child with an Aaron Carter - the Drug Years haircut and a rampant sense of entitlement to match his extraordinary lack of self-awareness and tragic deficit of intelligence.
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    Aaron Butterfield got a reaction from jokobitch in Sia's Manager Weighs In On Katy Perry's Digs At Britney   
    He blocked me as well, he also blocked the official BH twitter.
    I think this guy is literally going through his mentions and blocking every single person who disagrees with him, like some sort of enormous child with an Aaron Carter - the Drug Years haircut and a rampant sense of entitlement to match his extraordinary lack of self-awareness and tragic deficit of intelligence.
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    Aaron Butterfield got a reaction from jokobitch in Sia's Manager Weighs In On Katy Perry's Digs At Britney   
    He blocked me as well, he also blocked the official BH twitter.
    I think this guy is literally going through his mentions and blocking every single person who disagrees with him, like some sort of enormous child with an Aaron Carter - the Drug Years haircut and a rampant sense of entitlement to match his extraordinary lack of self-awareness and tragic deficit of intelligence.
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    Aaron Butterfield got a reaction from jokobitch in Sia's Manager Weighs In On Katy Perry's Digs At Britney   
    He blocked me as well, he also blocked the official BH twitter.
    I think this guy is literally going through his mentions and blocking every single person who disagrees with him, like some sort of enormous child with an Aaron Carter - the Drug Years haircut and a rampant sense of entitlement to match his extraordinary lack of self-awareness and tragic deficit of intelligence.
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    Aaron Butterfield got a reaction from jokobitch in Sia's Manager Weighs In On Katy Perry's Digs At Britney   
    He blocked me as well, he also blocked the official BH twitter.
    I think this guy is literally going through his mentions and blocking every single person who disagrees with him, like some sort of enormous child with an Aaron Carter - the Drug Years haircut and a rampant sense of entitlement to match his extraordinary lack of self-awareness and tragic deficit of intelligence.
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    Aaron Butterfield got a reaction from jokobitch in Sia's Manager Weighs In On Katy Perry's Digs At Britney   
    He blocked me as well, he also blocked the official BH twitter.
    I think this guy is literally going through his mentions and blocking every single person who disagrees with him, like some sort of enormous child with an Aaron Carter - the Drug Years haircut and a rampant sense of entitlement to match his extraordinary lack of self-awareness and tragic deficit of intelligence.
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    Aaron Butterfield got a reaction from jokobitch in Sia's Manager Weighs In On Katy Perry's Digs At Britney   
    He blocked me as well, he also blocked the official BH twitter.
    I think this guy is literally going through his mentions and blocking every single person who disagrees with him, like some sort of enormous child with an Aaron Carter - the Drug Years haircut and a rampant sense of entitlement to match his extraordinary lack of self-awareness and tragic deficit of intelligence.
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    Aaron Butterfield got a reaction from jokobitch in Sia's Manager Weighs In On Katy Perry's Digs At Britney   
    He blocked me as well, he also blocked the official BH twitter.
    I think this guy is literally going through his mentions and blocking every single person who disagrees with him, like some sort of enormous child with an Aaron Carter - the Drug Years haircut and a rampant sense of entitlement to match his extraordinary lack of self-awareness and tragic deficit of intelligence.
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    Aaron Butterfield reacted to Aussieney in Lady Gaga's "Million Reasons" Reaches New Hot 100 Peak   
    Lady Gaga sneaking into the top 10
    *insert gif of her descending from the Superbowl roof here*
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    Aaron Butterfield reacted to LostInAnImage in Lady Gaga's "Million Reasons" Reaches New Hot 100 Peak   
     
    Underperformance on the charts is the most immature reason to dislike an album (like, I seriously can’t believe when people bitch about Glory). But even just speaking commercially re: ARTPOP, the album debuted at #1, had the same first-week sales as "PRISM" (which everyone was obsessed with at the time), had its debut single hit #4 on the BBH100 and became one of her biggest radio hits of all time! Like...which part of that is a flop? 
    Plus, I saw her live at the ArtRave Tour in Dallas, and the show was completely sold out (like nearly the entirety of the tour!) I think people just collectively feel like they have to start hating whoever is on top at the moment...it happened to Britney, obviously, in the worst manner possible. And MJ and countless others. It's like the general public/media want to build you up into a demigod, only to then gleefully observe your downfall and delight in taking pictures as you come crashing all the way back down. I think the public forgets that entertainers are just people too, and it’s messed up. 
    I agree about loving her versatility and creativity in artistic expression, even though it's bound to alienate some fans with each change in musical direction. Joanne is the only Gaga album that's been lackluster for me (although I'm obviously still going to the tour)! All of the other albums I was pretty obsessed with (especially The Fame Monster). However, the great thing about Gaga is I know that she's going to change it up again and the next album will be something totally different. 
     
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    Aaron Butterfield reacted to rockztar23 in Lady Gaga's "Million Reasons" Reaches New Hot 100 Peak   
    I kind of have a soft spot for Gaga and I'm rooting for her.
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    Aaron Butterfield reacted to Kiiddy in Lady Gaga's "Million Reasons" Reaches New Hot 100 Peak   
    She's doing so well this year tbh.

    I actually love Million Reasons. Her performance at the Grammy's SLAAAAAYYYEEEED!!

    Good for her tbh  
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    Aaron Butterfield reacted to BritintheZone in Sia's Manager Weighs In On Katy Perry's Digs At Britney   
    OMG GUYS!!! 
    HE BLOCKED ME!!!!!

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    Aaron Butterfield reacted to iZacaree in Sia's Manager Weighs In On Katy Perry's Digs At Britney   
    Britney doesn't have to admit anything about her mental condition if she doesn't want to. She was in a psychiatric ward - TWICE - for several weeks on a 5150 hold and is now under an indefinite conservatorship. That says a lot about her mental health, and all of that is public information. So to try to defend Katy by saying Britney has never "admitted" to having a mental illness is just stupid. Katy's comments were rude and inappropriate no matter what!
    What makes it even more sh*tty is the fact that Katy is always talking about "feminism", "acceptance", and "love" (even ending her Grammy's performance by shouting: "No Hate!"), but she felt it was OKAY to take a dig at Britney like that? Mental illness or not, you're going to make fun of someone who went through a very difficult time? HYPOCRITE.
    She's all talk and no action.
    Cunt.
     
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    Aaron Butterfield reacted to Chris88 in Frank Ocean Blasts The Grammy Awards, Solange Shares It   
    Can I say entitled? That's a word that comes to my mind with so many artists today. It's crazy to read anyone, doesn't matter how talented they are, say "I'm gifted" and so on. I'm tired of it. They need recognition all the time, just like spoiled kids, we keep telling them how talented, gifted and beautiful they are. The thing is they end up thinking they're better than anyone. Seeing so many artists attack Taylor is getting annoying and an ALL CAPS message? Did he get lessons from Kanye or something? 
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    Aaron Butterfield got a reaction from Britney_gr in Katy Perry Debuts "Chained to the Rhythm" at the Grammys   
    Check out Katy's first performance of her new single.




    The return of Katy Perry has truly begun.


    After a slightly lack luster reception to comeback single "Chained to the Rhythm", Katy Perry gave a mixed performance of the lead single from her forthcoming fourth studio album. The "California Gurls" star debuted the Max Martin and Sia penned reggae-disco bop with a little help from Bob Marley's grandson, Skip Marley.

    After a strange acoustic introduction from Little Big Town, Katy took to the stage against what appeared to be a white picket fence and a house that rotated across the stage. Perry's vocal left a lot to be desired, as is typical, and the performance - whilst clearly well-executed - failed to make the impact it was clearly designed to. There was something missing between the message of the song, Katy's erratic performance style and the performative aspect of the movement. Skip Marley added a burst of energy, but appeared to rely almost entirely on playback for his feature.

    Ending the performance with "no hate!" and a shot of the Deceleration of Independence didn't feel like enough to hammer home the social justice message of the track.

    Will Katy's performance be enough to give "Chained" a much needed chart boost? Only time will tell, but it's currently being kept out of the top 3 on iTunes by Lady Gaga, Taylor Swift and Ed Sheeran. The song hasn't enjoyed the immediate success of "Roar" or "California Gurls", but the consensus appears to be that it's a grower, so let's see how it does now that it's had its first live performance.

    Thoughts? Let us know in Exhale.


    And while you're at it... leave a comment and follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram and subscribe to our YouTube channel.

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    Aaron Butterfield got a reaction from Britney_gr in Katy Perry Debuts "Chained to the Rhythm" at the Grammys   
    Check out Katy's first performance of her new single.




    The return of Katy Perry has truly begun.


    After a slightly lack luster reception to comeback single "Chained to the Rhythm", Katy Perry gave a mixed performance of the lead single from her forthcoming fourth studio album. The "California Gurls" star debuted the Max Martin and Sia penned reggae-disco bop with a little help from Bob Marley's grandson, Skip Marley.

    After a strange acoustic introduction from Little Big Town, Katy took to the stage against what appeared to be a white picket fence and a house that rotated across the stage. Perry's vocal left a lot to be desired, as is typical, and the performance - whilst clearly well-executed - failed to make the impact it was clearly designed to. There was something missing between the message of the song, Katy's erratic performance style and the performative aspect of the movement. Skip Marley added a burst of energy, but appeared to rely almost entirely on playback for his feature.

    Ending the performance with "no hate!" and a shot of the Deceleration of Independence didn't feel like enough to hammer home the social justice message of the track.

    Will Katy's performance be enough to give "Chained" a much needed chart boost? Only time will tell, but it's currently being kept out of the top 3 on iTunes by Lady Gaga, Taylor Swift and Ed Sheeran. The song hasn't enjoyed the immediate success of "Roar" or "California Gurls", but the consensus appears to be that it's a grower, so let's see how it does now that it's had its first live performance.

    Thoughts? Let us know in Exhale.


    And while you're at it... leave a comment and follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram and subscribe to our YouTube channel.

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    Aaron Butterfield got a reaction from KillerKittens in Beyoncé Performs "Love Drought" and "Sandcastles" at the 2017 Grammys, Reminds Everyone Why She's Queen   
    Yeah actually, if I did have one criticism it would be this. I'd like to see her be a bit more approachable. Like, less flawless would work too.