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  1. I still think it came out too early, especially because the HIAM video came out so late. HIAM was starting to pick up steam on the charts again, and then TTWE came out and ruined its momentum. I know HIAM still broke so many records, but I think it would’ve had more longevity if it didn’t compete so quickly with TTWE. 2 months is not a long time for a single, especially when the video took a month to release. I don’t know why I care because I don’t even listen to HIAM anymore, TTWE did really well anyways, and Britney certainly doesn’t/didn’t care 💀 I guess I’m still caught up in the FF era 10 years later. I just remember it so vividly
  2. I mean I agree with you but you sort of lose the privilege of not being shamed when you ***ually harass someone and flash your **** publicly
  3. For me, yes. I went from forcing myself to liking it to it becoming one of my favorite Britney songs of all time. The music video is also one of my favorite Britney videos, maybe even my #1 favorite (tied with Slumber Party).
  4. Only if it can be done in a modern way that sounds fresh. The thing that I've been missing most from that era is just the anthems that get you hyped up, make you want to dance, give you energy, and feel happy. I feel like back then, songs were overly upbeat and happy to where there was no moodiness, depth, or emotion to pop songs. But now, it seems like there are very few upbeat, happy pop songs and now every pop songs is moody and mid tempo. I don't dislike the trend, I actually like it a lot. I just wish there were a good happy medium instead of it being all at one extreme or the other. I feel like 2015-2018 was a golden era in pop music where it blended the late 2000s-early 2010s trends of electropop + EDM + anthems with the new moodiness, depth, and emotion that was a new, fresh, modern take on pop music. I'm thinking of songs like Let Me Love You by DJ Snake/Justin Bieber, Slumber Party, Needed Me by Rihanna, Side to Side, Gold by Kiiara, Closer by The Chainsmokers, Wolves by Selena Gomez/Marshmello, etc.
  5. Some of Selena’s best songs are collabs with DJs. I’m excited
  6. I like it! I like the cover art a lot too! I personally don't relate much because I was only on dating apps briefly when I was single, but I've heard from so many gay guys this same sentiment that you sing about in the song, so it seems like it'll be very relatable to a lot of gay guys! It really does suck that we can't just hit on guys, flirt, or ask for their number in normal public settings like straight people can with each other, that we either have to rely on apps or gay clubs/bars to find relationships a lot of the time. I hope things continue changing for the better for us.
  7. Kinda messed up this was done yet never released until now. Didn't fit the narrative I guess. At least it's been released at all though.
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