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  1. Mood Ring enters the Bubbling Hot 100 at #23. Not bad for a 4 year old song thats been available on the Internet and on YouTube since 2016. Apparently it's done over 30,000 units. 13,750 being pure sales.
  2. 5SOS' new album Calm won't take the #1 spot on the Billboard 200 chart. They'll lose out to The Weeknd's new record, After Hours, which was #1 last week as well. Dua Lipa's new album Future Nostalgia is no competition for the band in the US. They also blocked her in the UK. Weeknd clocks in with 134,905 units. 5SOS debuted with 132,349 (even with a touring bundle). 5SOS fans are MAD. They created a petition online demanding Billboard adjust the final sales tally. They claim 10k physical units were distributed prematurely, and Billboard is apparently not taking those into account. If they added the 10k, that would be enough to surpass The Weeknd and secure the top spot. Billboard is notorious for not budging. Resistance is futile. The band's creative director fired up fans on Twitter. Here's what the now-deleted Tweet said: How embarrassing Look, if Blackout was screwed out of #1, then 5SOS fans will just have to deal. Thoughts? Are you bummed 5SOS won't get the #1 on Billboard?
  3. Dua Lipa had her fingers crossed she's grab the #1 spot in the UK, however 5SOS will take that title. Had everything gone according to her plan, she might've had more success on the charts in both the UK and the US. It's projected to open at #5 in the states. Maybe she'll have better luck with the deluxe version
  4. Music not the bling. Lady Gaga's new single, "Stupid Love," debuted at #5 on the Hot 100, however it slipped to #26 in its second week. However, it's not all bad. It blasted to #1 on the Hot Dance / Electronic chart. I think stan culture puts a lot of emphasis on charting, and how that equates to relevancy. I don't see it that way. A lot of people didn't instantly connect with "Stupid Love." I personally loved it upon first listen. What do you guys think? Is the chart drop a reflection on the song itself? Are you worried for Chromatica? Or does chart placement even matter for someone as gargantuan as Lady Gaga?
  5. Welp. Katy Perry's new song, "Never Worn White," a ballad that also doubled as her pregnancy announcement, missed the Hot 100. It debuted at #12 on the Bubbling Under chart (so, 112th). It's been a tough road for Katherine. Her most recent song chart placements: "Small Talk" peaked at #81 "Cozy Little Christmas" peaked at #53 "Harleys in Hawaii" peaked at #110 The downfall I- At the same time, it's not a proper lead single. Just something cute for the fans. But still... what are the Katy Kats doing instead of helping their fav? Ultimately I don't think a song's chart placement means it's good or bad. Especially in 2020. What do you guys think?
  6. I'm a big fan of Britney Spears since HMBOMT hit the air waves when I was in High School. Since that moment I became a super fan and loved everything she did in the follow up albums. I remember when Britney was the coolest star out there and when cutting edge moments on albums including Breathe on Me were the norm. Britney was a trend setter and a game changer. Nothing could stop her. Then Blackout happened and I declared from that moment on that nothing Britney ever did would stop me being a die hard eternal fan because with music that good, that innovative, that contemporary... She had released a album that would possibly be my all time favourite album ever. I recall just being amazed by Break The Ice, Get Naked (I got a Plan) and Heaven on Earth. Oh and don't even get me started on how insanely good Get Back was. Britney's team were desperate to get her star power and image back after Blackout so invested heavily in CIRCUS. A huge album that spawned over 500,000 US sales in its first week (difficult to imagine in 2018). But her team wanted her to get those number 1 hits. Womanizer was the most expensive video of that year and Circus had an empowering theme that connected to old and new fans. Britney was essentially something other than a *** kitten and it paid off. A fantastic ballad also featured in Out from Under and the fan favourite Unusual You (coupled with Danja's Kill The Lights) meant this was a Britney Classic. Then Femme Fetale hit, and with over 500,000 sales of the lead single HIAM who cared if the album felt a little generic or impersonal, it did not matter because the huge monster hits were there, TTWE and of course IWGo all spawned huge international hits that fit perfectly in Britney's legacy. Oh and throw in classic moments such as Inside Out, Criminal and the innovative How I Roll and the fans and public were happy. As a die hard fan I couldn't help but reflect that Britney's team were getting a little complacent from the art work/ concept of FF and the general depth of the album that seemed distinctly impersonal compared to Circus, but hey, this is an abstract view, but I sensed after FF we desperately needed a more urban and thoughtful album that focused on Britney's overall image that could connect meaningfully with its fan base but more importantly, the younger generation. Then came Scream and Shout, and Britney's team were clearly blown away, a HUGE international hit with Britney at the heart of it! Yes, lets get the medicare and lacklustre William to create and produce the iconic star's album. I was so shocked when this album released and how grotesque it appeared that Larry had the audacity to say this was Britney's most... 'personal to date'. It was so incongruent and that album sounded so dated, as in early 2000's material for Z-lister stars. I couldn't understand why her team didn't seem to give a damn about keeping her relevant, cool and offering her gold hits? Then perfume was released with a very mundane video because the original video (the creative and interesting video had been scalped) had been kept aside due to fear of damaging Britney's appeal (and Vegas tickets I am sure). I can never forgive William and Britney's team for destroying her legacy in one terrible move. Two singles, one that charted outside the top ten the other didn't even make a dent. Sigh. And this is all after FF. What happened? William happened. And Britney'e team allowed it to happen. Britney can only ever be as good the team around her, she can shine so brightly, but only if she has worthy people around her. Work ***** was okay, but after FF I think it was a poor choice due to needing to connect with a fan base and public that want more than hard beats and sexy images. Times have changed and are changing fast. Work ***** was okay. Its an anthem. But did nothing to grow Britney's fan base or make her appear cool and contemporary. Then I remembered Blackout. Its okay told myself, her team would eventually get get back on top in a huge return to the music scene, with a killer video, amazing remixes, right? I mean why not? This is a huge star with huge star power, why not invest in that star power? Strangely, we then get Glory. For me personally, I never now listen to this album. Im not hating here, but I am stating clearly that there are no classic Brtiney hits in my mind. The sounds were following trends. It sounded liken a B-side to FF. I want more How I Roll's, more Breathe on Me's, heck I want a new Toxic. Im not in the past here, but I know what Britney is capable of, and Make Me just did not cut it. Perhaps if the music video was even a 4/10 I might have been more kindly, but that video was the WORST video of Britney's career. And to top it off, she looks once again like a middle aged *** kitten hooking up with the cast of her video, not the right image in 2018 where woman and girls are far more aware of standing up for empowerment, having a strong mind set and generally having depth. I hated the released video, it was generic, uncool, dated, bland, boring... and this is Britney freaking Spears. What the heck happened? Oh yeah, Vegas. Why bother investing in her when her team and everyone around her are making a ton of $$$. Whats the point? Well in my mind a star even as big as Britney can only thrive on legacy and star power for so long. The new Vegas Domination advert is using TTWE and thats for a reason. There are no hits to use following FF that could be used (regardless of what you think about the music). Without the music, without the team around Brtiney, without the newsworthy music videos, without the stylists, without the care and dedication, without the innovative producers and writers, then Britney will forever be a star of the past. What good are endless Vegas shows if the music never matches the investment in her gigs? In my humble opinion Britney needs a break to reflect and to drive for a number one smash hit with an incredible cutting edge video (can you even imagine that in 2018?) and a concept album that for once veers away from sexy facial imagery, sexy moves, and actually incorporates *** appeal with some kind of awesomeness, whatever that might be (whether it be concept, lyrics, video, visuals, depth, personal investment, current producers/ anything...) To be honest, at this stage I have to expect nothing and to be disappointed and to reach for Blackout and ITZone and remind myself why I will always be a huge fan of this legendary and iconic super star. But what good is a legendary superstar with no current hits? Sure it makes people a ton of $$$ but is that enough? Is it fair to Britney or her fans? Thanks for listening, this post has been building up for so many years! J-Maxx
  7. BRINEY SPEARS VS LADY Gaga VS TAYLOR SWIFT VS KATY PERRY VS NICKI MINAJ VS RIHANNA VS BEYOUNCE VS XTINA 1. Britney Spears: Three No1 1. Womanizer 2. 1,2,3 3. Baby One More Time 2. Lady Gaga: Three No1 1. Poker Face 2. Just Dance 3. Born This Way 3. Taylor Swift: 4 No1 Four No1 : 1. We are never ever getting back Toghether 2. Bad Blood 3. Shake It off 4. Blank Space 4. Katty Perry: 9 No.1 1. I kiss a girl 2. California Girls 3. Teenage Dream 4. E.T 5. Last Friday Night 6. Firework 7. Part of me 8. Roar 9. Dark Horse 5. Nicki Minaj: 0 No.1 6. Rihanna : 14 No.1 1. S.O.S 2. Umbrella 3. Take A Bow 4. Disturbia 5. Live Your Life 6. Rude Boy 7. Love The Way You Lie 8. Only Girl 9. What's ur name 10. S&M 11. We Found Love 12. Diamond 13. The Monster 14. Work 7. Beyonce: 5 No.1 1. Irrreplaceable 2. Check on It 3. Baby Boy 4. Crazy In Love 5. Single Lady 8. Xtina: 5 No.1 1. Genie In The Bottle 2. What Girl Want 3. Come On Over 4. Lady Marmalade 5. Move Like Jagger
  8. Any other Canadian fans on here? Last time I checked, the song wasn't really picking up here, any updates? I'm not complaining btw. I know it's still too early to judge the song's success.
  9. Can we just take a minute to acknowledge how incredible this week has been for Brit in the UK! When Britney realised BJ in 2013 in was completely out of the top 50 on iTunes by now and ended up debuting at 34 overall. The UK Chart for this week closes at midnight tonight and Glory has remained in the top 15 all week and although it sits at 14 now it has stayed strong, even rising back up to the top 10 here and there. Make Me looks set to enter the top 40 chart too this week as it's been sat around 38-40 and the music video is in the top 10. This is with NO UK promo except for 1 interview with Scott Mills which aired in the middle of the day. We've had nearly no radio play for make me either. It's actually incredible! I really expected another BJ debut but I think we've done enough to secure a good place! 5 1/2 hours to go! Stream! Stream! Stream!
  10. So Glory had slipped down to 10 on iTunes behind Beyonce what are you guys predicting for chart position? Quite a bit has changed since Brit released BJ in 2013, streaming now counts towards the chart and I read a great thread here the other day about how even really low selling albums made it to number 1 or close to. I think the number 1 spot is out of the question but I'm still trying to remain hopeful. Most of the albums in front of Brit are compilations meaning they won't chart, however if it keeps falling could we see a BJ-esque debut? The VMAs are airing tonight in the UK so perhaps it might bump the album... Although it could backfire and push everyone else's stuff in front of Glory! Dear Lawd! This is stressful... Thoughts please?
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