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Posts posted by PokemonSpears

  1. Me Against The Music - 55

    (I Got That) Boom Boom - 45

    Showdown - 40 

    Breathe On Me - 65 

    Early Mornin' - 45 -

    Toxic - 75

    Outrageous - 25

    Touch Of My Hand - 65

    The Hook Up - 60

    Shadow - 55

    Brave New Girl - 10 

    Everytime - 60 

    The Answer - 35

    Don't Hang Up - 65 +

  2. Me Against The Music - 55

    (I Got That) Boom Boom - 50

    Showdown - 45 

    Breathe On Me - 65 

    Early Mornin' - 45 -

    Toxic - 65 

    Outrageous - 30

    Touch Of My Hand - 65

    The Hook Up - 55

    Shadow - 45

    Brave New Girl - 15

    Everytime - 55 

    The Answer - 40 

    Don't Hang Up - 70 +

  3. 45 minutes ago, Million Billion said:

    Isn't it weird/funny how iconic Britney was at her very early days in the industry? :idkney:

    Some take years and years, Britney since day 1 with BOMT :flawlessbye:

    that's what I always try to say :mhm:

    some people believe these iconic moments/pictures/songs/videos etc became classics or iconic 10 years later when people looked back and started to feel nostalgia, but that wasn't the case. The BOMT and OIDIA outfits, the snake performance, the kiss, these covers, all that was huge since the moment it happened. People were already dressing up like Britney for Halloween since the very first days, people were copying her, parodying her, criticizing her, I mean, whether it was positive or negative, everybody had something to say about Britney Spears, and most importantly was instantly recognized, for multiple moments/looks and that's something I haven't seen in any of the current stars, except probably Lady Gaga before she became boring, and still the impact wasn't that big as Britney's.

  4. When I saw the picture I was like, wow it's cool, and then agreed with everyone else about how smart it was, because that way people can't complain about her makeup or her smile, but I didn't think until now about the fact you have to stare at each other's eyes til they took the picture. That really was the smartest thing of it all.

  5. 6 hours ago, wouter said:

    Yes this i true. She was laughing and said wait wait! (To the photographer) I will try to do the same face as on the tattoo and than we made the 2nd pic

    so she was supposedly doing the face that's on the tattoo? :blol: she's so sweet :makeitrain:

  6. Me Against The Music - 50

    (I Got That) Boom Boom - 50

    Showdown - 50

    Breathe On Me - 60 

    Early Morning - 45 -

    Toxic - 55 

    Outrageous - 40 

    Touch Of My Hand - 55

    The Hook Up - 50

    Shadow - 50

    Brave New Girl - 40

    Everytime - 50

    The Answer - 50

    Don't Hang Up - 55 +

  7. 6 hours ago, sunkissed said:

    That's true. Those people who didn't know it was a Britney song, but knew the song, is very common. My dad didn't know Everytime was Britney, until he saw me watching the MV back in the day, but he knew the song and it wasn't even a big hit.  I think IWG is slightly more popular than WB. It depends on the area I guess.

    Latin America stans hard tbh. If I was a celeb, I would work my ass off to get on the good graces of Central and South America, and Southeast Asia. They are the real deal.

    In North America, we are incapable flops :lemmetellu:

    I see Britney releasing a Greatest Hits: My Fantasy and B in the Fantasy Mix to celebrate her 20th anniversary tbh :ricackle:

    I'm still salty there are no male Britney colognes, when the gurls have all the fantasies in the world they could ever ask for :wyd:

    remember when they were about to release Private Show and tried to sell it as a unisex fragrance? :ricackle: I don't remember which article described it like that, they eventually got rid of it in future reviews.

  8. 5 minutes ago, sunkissed said:

    I mean, I didn't say Work Bitch is totally unknown. It was the last britney song to have some sort of impact. Perfume, PG, MM, and SP were all total flops, so naturally people know WB as her "last" song. 

    WB has also been the opening song to all her POM and festival performances for literally four years, so it seems like it's well known.

    But I know GP people who could chant the Womanizer verses easily, and I've personally heard a group of young teenagers playing and singing along to Womanizer on a beach. These teenagers would have been toddlers when the song came out, so the fact that they even knew about it amazed me. My straight guy friends know about the song too so that says something right.. :mcorangu:

    I'm in no way hating on WB btw. I'm just trying to be objective here. 

    I do have to say that the line "You want a ____, you better work" is sorta iconic. I've seen people reference it tbh :verycool: But the song itself is not.


    Also honest question, you really think Brit will have another hit perfume? :mcorangu: She has like 50 fantasies. I think it would be hard to top the original Fantasy and Curious.

    Well, I've know more people that knows Womanizer and surprisingly didn't know it was Britney, that's why I can't call it a signature song. In terms of videos, IWG and WB have been the most played on Latin tv channels, not to mention on YT, WB even  being played in Ritmoson which only plays music in Spanish or by anglo artists that have released at least one song in Spanish in their careers, so that's how I measure the international impact her songs have had in recent years, but I guess there isn't a precise instrument we can use to measure overall popularity or relevance of a song.

    And I do see more likely that she releases another hit perfume in the future, than another hit song or album :gimmemoar:


  9. 6 minutes ago, Spearsfan said:

    It's her last known song and the newest song that did decent out of the last few singles of course it will have more video views. That doesn't make it iconic at all. 


    Not iconic, because the video isn't iconic itself, nor there's a memorable performance of it. But you said it yourself, it's the last known song of hers, and it's more of a signature song than let's say, Make Me..., despite being performed at the VMA's, or PG at the BBMA's. I really think WB has become the signature song of this decade for her, it left behind the FF era, even if it had bigger hits in terms of sales, and 4 years later it's still more present in people's minds than anything she's released after it, it has lots of views on YT, over 1M likes, lots of plays on Spotify, etc. It might not be our favorite song, but I don't know why so many people refuse to accept that WB isn't just another song on her catalog. It's not even close to Toxic, yes, but I think over the years it's become much more important then Womanizer, Circus or TTWE.

  10. 10 minutes ago, sunkissed said:

    Unfortunately, she will not.


    She isn't revolutionary and ground-breaking, and she doesn't care.

    She won't ever have a #1 single or album ever again, nor will she ever be relevant and current again.

    Her amy of supporters continues to dwindled down, more than half of her fans left her through the years, and she fails to gain new followers with one flop era after another.

    She will always be iconic because of the legacy of the Britney Spears name, but she will not add anything to her legacy now or ever again.


    Anyways, we can all argue about this day and night but doesn't change the fact that Britney will never have a hit again.

    Not a hit song. Not a hit album. Not a hit movie. Not even a hit perfume. 

    She seems perfectly happy and she absolutely deserves to be content and live her life the way she wants to.

    We, as fans, just have to accept her for who she is now. 


    On another note, y'all delusional for thinking Work Bitch is a signature song. :blurp: It's neither iconic nor remembered in the gp. Even TTWE is a reach. 

    Only fans and the gays care about those songs. If anything, Scream And Shout is more known and it's not even a Britney song. :gross:

    Her last real worlwide signature hit is Womanizer



    I agree with the part about Britney not having #1 hits again (except for the perfumes)


    However I do consider WB has been her latest signature song. There's no way only fans and gays know that song, or otherwise it wouldn't have almost 300M views on YT, which is a lot for a Britney video. If only fans and gays gave her those views, that should be the average on her VEVO account, but it's not. Glory songs are songs that only her fans know, for instance. I don't think even Womanizer is that much remembered nowadays, internationally, as WB is, even if it sold more back in the day.

  11. 9 hours ago, Cappycorn87 said:

    Everything was timely realeased well

    You folks just want stuff released quickly which is not even a smart move

    Lets thank god most of you do not work for Britney team

    Yeah, like waiting one week after Glory was put on sale earlier in Mexico, to officially release it along with Barbra's album.


    The problem with Make Me... was that atrocious video. I mean, the fact that the audio clip was still getting almost as much views as the official video after the latter came out, said a lot. People preferred to watch the still of her in the desert rather than the videoclip.