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  1. I did a query of some of the main pop girls and their collabs from 2015 till now. Either their own singles featuring someone else, or they featuring on someone else's record. I picked any records that were released/charted, those that are on their album, but not released/charted, I didn't count those. Just to have some filter, I've chosen those with more than 5 collabs Probs I forgot about one or two main pop icons... I just remembered these ones Selena Gomez - 10 collaborations Demi Lovato - 9 collaborations Ariana Grande - 32 collabs! Taylor Swift - 7 collabs Katy Perry - 6 collabs Dua Lipa - 13 collabs Rihanna - 11 collabs Nicki Minaj - 62+ collabs Halsey - 14 collabs
  2. While reading her statement, I can't overlook that this show has been on air for more than 17 seasons, over 2800+ episodes, and just now she realised there was something off, and she was a bit disconnected, rumors about the toxic culture on Ellen Show and on her persona have been consistent for several years. Even without the latest press exposure for the toxic culture on The Ellen Show, just after her first show at home, she didn't acknowledge that her joke was tone deaf, she thought it was fine. So all this apology is just saving face. She's so disconnected that only when media and GP are on her really bad she will say something, other than she will remain unbothered.
  3. THIS IS IT. Chloe x Halle Performances in 2020 > anyone else. This performance is really good, fun and creative. With the help of Vanessa Vanjee Mateo, Naomi Smalls and Mayhem Miller, Chloe and Halle make a homage to the Spice Girls. Chloe as Scary Spice Halle as Posh Spice Naomi as Ginger Spice Mayhem as Baby Spice Vanjee as Sporty Spice
  4. Missing Dua Lipa Artist of the Year Physical - Best Pop, Video of the Year Don't Start now - Song of the Year Chloe x Halle Best performance at home was the one from the Today show... it should have been nominated and it would be the only one to win My picks: Video of the Year - Rain on Me Artist of the Year - The Weeknd PUSH Artist - Roddy Rich Song of the Year - Savage/Rain on Me Best Collaboration - Rain on Me Best Pop - Rain on Me Best Hip Hop - The Box Best R&B - (Not sure why Blinding Lights is here) Do It Best K-Pop - On Best Latin - Tusa Best Rock - Caution Best Alternative - Bloody Valentine Best Music Video From Home - Toosie Slide Best Quarantine Performance - (None of those) John Legend? Video For Good - I Can't Breathe Best Direction - Adore You Best Cinematography - Blinding Lights Best Art Direction - Physical Best Visual Effects - Either HIGHEST IN THE ROOM or Adore You Best Choreography - Motivation Best Editing - A Pale / Blinding Lights Also it is a shame this was not in any of these nominations
  5. Sometimes I wonder how Sean Paul managed to get some good features, either for his records, or him on other artist's records No Lie (featuring Dua Lipa) - 700 MM Youtube // 399 MM Spotify Hair (featuring Sean Paul) - 393M Youtube // 103M Spotify Rockabye (featuring Sean Paul & Anne-Marie) - 2.3B Youtube // 1B Spotify Cheap Thrills (featuring Sean Paul) - 1.5B Youtube // 353M Spotify Baby Boy (featuring Sean Paul) - 123M Youtube // 146M Spotify
  6. There is something mysterious in both this video and her previous one. Just the way her hands are placed, plus the coats, and I don't know, there is something there...
  7. Since 1998, Martin has written or co-written 23 Billboard Hot 100 number-one hit songs (most of which he has also produced or co-produced). Five of these songs debuted at number one on the chart * 1998 – "...Baby One More Time" by Britney Spears 2000 – "It's Gonna Be Me" by NSYNC 2008 – "I Kissed a Girl" by Katy Perry 2008 – "So What" by Pink 2009 – "My Life Would Suck Without You" by Kelly Clarkson 2009 – "3" by Britney Spears * 2010 – "California Gurls" by Katy Perry featuring Snoop Dogg 2010 – "Teenage Dream" by Katy Perry 2010 – "Raise Your Glass" by Pink 2011 – "Hold It Against Me" by Britney Spears * 2011 – "E.T." by Katy Perry featuring Kanye West 2011 – "Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)" by Katy Perry 2012 – "Part of Me" by Katy Perry * 2012 – "One More Night" by Maroon 5 2012 – "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" by Taylor Swift 2013 – "Roar" by Katy Perry 2013 – "Dark Horse" by Katy Perry featuring Juicy J 2014 – "Shake It Off" by Taylor Swift * 2014 – "Blank Space" by Taylor Swift 2015 – "Bad Blood" by Taylor Swift featuring Kendrick Lamar 2015 – "Can't Feel My Face" by The Weeknd 2016 – "Can't Stop the Feeling!" by Justin Timberlake * 2019 – "Blinding Lights" by The Weeknd
  8. Also most (if not all) of the cover images for her videos on Youtube are all promoting folklore. Not sure if she does this every time she releases an album, but first time I've seen this
  9. So far the biggest opening for 2020 is Juice WRLD's Legends Never Die with 497,000 equivalent album units in the U.S, out of which 283,00 are SEA and 209,00 album sales and 3,000 TEA - https://www.billboard.com/articles/business/chart-beat/9420910/juice-wrld-legends-never-die-tops-billboard-200 Taylor dropped this without any big single, nor buzz, just a day heads up, and her fans are ride or die, this can potentially hit the range 500-600K. It is an adult contemporary album, so I can see it reaching a wider audience, GP like this soft easy sound, the kind of sounds that have longevity on radio. Plus she got all kinds of merchandise bundles as she usually does when releasing albums I found this note for Lover's release: Critics (Only 5 reviews so far) are scoring this one quite high 94 - https://www.metacritic.com/music/folklore/taylor-swift?ref=hp Compared to her previous albums, this is ranked higher as per Metacritic aggregated scores Fearless - 73 Speak Now - 77 Red - 77 1989 - 76 reputation - 71 Lover - 79 Folklore - 94
  10. Was thinking the same about J Balvin and Bad Bunny. Dua's voice and lyrics are great. I like how for a Latin/sorta reggaeton song, the production and lyrics are not corny... nor she tries to speak Spanish, like when other English speaking artists do latin influenced songs. I would not have expected the pair Tainy (producer) & Dua Lipa to worked out that good. Úrsula Corberó is great in this video. Most likely she filmed all her takes from her place in Argentina.
  11. @Blackout2006 <3 I could not agree more with your notes
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