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BoyToySoldier

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  1. On 11/17/2017 at 7:25 PM, DMVofficial said:

    I would be really excited if Britney worked with PC music producer, SOPHIE. PC music is on the brink of making it mainstream- SOPHIE co-produced Bitch I'm Madonna, Charli XCX dabbled in it for her past two projects, and so did rapper Vince Staples on his latest album. 

    The beats are always really fun and rubbery but also still sound very aggressive. I think it'd be cool to see what SOPHIE does with Britney's vocals. They use vocals like an instrument and distort them and I think Britney's voice would be perfect for this. It fits her brand of fun, care free dance music but dabbling in PC music would still evolve her sound.

    I think in this song Trophy, Charli kind of sounds like Britney around the pre-chorus at 0:32. It gives you a good general idea what Britney would sound like on a SOPHIE track

     

    I was actually talking about this idea with a friend the other day. I’m all for it, especially because RCA A&R was eyeing these two songs for Britney during the “Pretty World” / Glory sessions, respectively. I think she could really push the trend into mainstream bigger than what Charli’s been doing.

     


  2. Just now, Brad Adamson said:

    This,

    do you know if there was any truth to them blocking any future releases until she hands them a full promo strategy?

    I only saw that on Twitter, so take it with a grain of salt. However, I seriously hope that's the plan. They need to push her into promoting more than just the lead single. Show her how hard she's flopping. And if she really, truly HATES promoting that much then stop making music formulated for the charts. Stay off the trends and produce something left lane.


  3. On 11/17/2017 at 7:31 AM, I Always Sing Live said:

    My uncle is a sailor and he's quite rich so he often brings back quite the expensive gifts. This was one of 'em:

    667287_xlarge_1.jpg

    That whole "Medusa" design is awesome. I've been using it for over a year now I think and it isn't even halfway through, it's magical! :kyliecry: 

    I love this one, it's amazing in the warmer months. :lollipop:


  4. 1 minute ago, DJSLAYZEE said:

    True. It's always terrible though lol. I bet you put Nicki on this and people think its a provocative bop.

    But mainstream won't even entertain the thought cause its either a joke like this (i mean this has its purpose, not knocking it, its nightclub music) or gross. Adam Lambert did a fraction of Dirrty or Slave or any Nicki video but he'd be banned in hollywood and sent obscure gay celebrity status. You have these gay rappers who are so good but US rather have these throwaway straight fuckbois lol.

    Seems like its changing with Troye, Sam Smith, Ricky Martin, Years & Years being popular. To me, George Michael is the closest you have to a gay celebrity celebrating his sexuality and be toungue in cheek about it, while still being able to sing about all sorts of things

     

     

     

    None of this was ever as big as "Faith" or WHAM! though. And you have to wonder if he would be as big as he was if he was an openly gay man during his peak. Most likely not, due to AIDS demonizing the community, he had to stay in the closet. Sam Smith wasn't known to be gay nor was he seen as a flaming queen during his debut. He was very asexually based, like Adele is. That appeals to a wider demographic. It's sad that gay men are even more disgruntled in the media when expressing their sexuality than even women are, who've had the boot for generations. Half naked women on a float is provocative, or even titillating, but gay men? Ha, call in the church to cleanse the streets.


  5. 2 minutes ago, DJSLAYZEE said:

    Imagine if a gay man made dirrty. USA would explode lol

    Gay men make sh!t like "Dirrty" all the time. Gay culture just isn't mainstream, it's seen as too oversexualized and campy. It's the reason why Adam Lambert never blew up even while Idol was at the height of it's popularity. Many of those big name gay artists and celebrities didn't come out until their careers were well off or they got caught in the act and had no choice.

     


  6. The US and it's puritan stance was already on edge with Britney's Lolita persona. Then here comes X who stayed mostly in her lane, preceded to swerve and crash, now showing Xtina off in all her dirrty glory. That was the straw which broke the camel's back which had to be undone by releasing Beautiful next as a means to cleanse her image a bit. Internationally, sex isn't seen the same as in the US so she was able to score a hit because of the provocative imagery.


  7. 8 minutes ago, pablitonizer said:

    Some fans think RCA wants to flop and lose money  :weusay: they don't even know how a company works 

    Glory's floppage was pretty obvious from the very begining: a scrapped video, a lead single announced just like that, an album rushed in the announcement without at least 2 months of hype, no marketing design on the album cover & booklet, terrible promotion choices (and almost non existant) Vegas nightmare continuity, SP as second single with another feature, shall I continue? :ineedthetruth:

    Britney’s a slave to her label, didn’t you know? She’s being forced to not get her hair and makeup professionally done and forced to work with Meghan Trainor’s choreographer. :tiffcackle: 


  8. 7 hours ago, puppylo16 said:

    Me too, I believe she can pull it off but I feel fans won’t have it. I remember there was a thread where someone suggested that and majority said she should stick to music that can be played in the clubs. I think it can bring an edge that been missing all this time and a perfect way to release her aggression. 

    She doesn’t have to stick to dance pop for her entire career. I’m all here for something different. I’d even be here for some Sheryl Crow / Shania Twain style country with her Something To Talk About voice. Close minded gays can stay mad.


  9. 33 minutes ago, danny1994 said:

    Good list. The idea of her working with Trent Reznor is really intriguing, I’ve always wanted her to dabble in rock and roll.

    I share the same interest as @cheri in Britney doing some experimental industrial sound, I think her soft voice would be a really nice sharp contrast to the aggressive sounds. :wigsnatched:

    Plus, they’ve met before.

    https://www.accesshollywood.com/articles/britney-spears-rehearsing-next-to-nine-inch-nails-67686/


  10. 39 minutes ago, RedCarpet said:

    but that's what was IN around that time. Fancy was a big hit

    the problem Was Britney's lack of popularity and her being irrelevant 

    Iggy was cool for one summer in 2014 sis. The problem wasn't solely Britney's lack of interest. The song was sh!t and panned hard, and Iggy was getting dragged everywhere for cultural appropriation and just being mediocre in general.