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LBoggie

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  1. Call this an excuse, but this is what I think it is: Those that grew up with Britney and grew up buying and listening to her music did not follow the streaming age that music is currently big in right now and artists are benefitting from at the moment. She and her team have put themselves in this position, honestly, by not marketing her the right way to follow the trend that music is going in today. But she typically has good to decent initial numbers when she releases something new due to hype and fans wanting to listen, but that tends to be steady for see a halt after a few months. It's not like she's ever been a really big streaming artist and suddenly stopped; this has been consistent in her career and is pretty impressive considering how far into her career she is and how she is currently being managed.