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  1. I am so thankful for outspoken conservatives like Candace Owens. She exemplified, with so much unintended help from Cardi B, how millions of young Americans are duped into voting for a party/candidate without even the slightest understanding of what they’re voting for. People, especially those that idolize entertainers, need to wake up and educate themselves and not allow themselves to be corralled by false teachings. Celebrities are not your go to source for politics, and if you do your research you’ll see how dangerous the Democratic Party has become. Just look at 2020. And this is from someone who ignorantly voted for Hilary in 2016....SMH
  2. Britney - In the Zone Christina - Stripped Mariah Carey - Emancipation of Mimi Adele - 25 Usher - Confessions Katy Perry - Teenage Dream Taylor Swift - Speak Now Shania Twain - Up! Rihanna - Good Girl Gone Bad / Rated R Beyonce - I Am Sasha...Fierce Pink - Funhouse Drake - Take Care Lady Gaga - The Fame Monster Lana Del Rey - Born to Die / Lust for Life Kelly Clarkson - Breakaway Black Eyes Peas - The END Tove Lo - Lady Wood Tinashe - Nightride Ariana Grande - Thank you Next Justin Timberlake - Future *** Love Sounds
  3. Caramel Ribbon Crunch Frappuccino or The Pink Drink
  4. In the Zone, for me, is her most eclectic album to date... but I’d argue Blackout is her most experimental record so far. It’s also her most cohesive interestingly enough. Blackout was a completely different sound for Britney at the time that I don’t think anyone saw coming. I think it’s also worth mentioning that her albums typically have a lighter/airy tone.. Blackout is the only record that deviates into darker sounds.
  5. I always loved Sugarfall and Outta This World.. Would love a Blackout companion album/Ep that explored these sounds more.
  6. I always loved Sugarfall and Outta This World.. Would love a Blackout companion album/Ep that explored these sounds more.
  7. Love Lana, but not into casual Satanic worship. I’ll be sitting this one out.
  8. This is a tough one. In the end I voted Let Me Be for its unique vocals and overall sound. I love the instrumental and the deeper/breathy vocals in the verses mixed with that higher pitch “Britney” signature sound. I also think the song has real choreography potential.
  9. The same rules apply to all artists so not sure how you’re contributing to the conversation. Also, Taylor Swift fans are.....white? Ew.
  10. You sound really frustrated by her success. So what if she is slowly declining in sales. It’s the nature of the industry. She’s still one of the most, if not THE most, consistent artist in terms of sales. How many artists in today’s climate sell albums? Full albums!? Considering where she lacks in vocals and stage presence, it’s really a testament to her songwriting. Regardless of whether you’re into her music or not, there’s clearly an audience for Taylor in 2020 and I don’t think she’ll be out of a job anytime soon.
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