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  1. Welcome to @CrazyButItFeelsAllright's second edition to Songs That Deserved More Last post I wanted to limit myself to 10 artists, but for the remixed, reimagined, but still iconic edition I wanted to include 10 more in addition to the females in the first post. *I'm only including songs that were released as singles or promotional singles and didn't do as well on the Billboard Hot 100* 1) Britney Spears - Overprotected Peak: #86 on the Billboard Hot 100 (in Darkchild Remix form) Highest Peak: #1 in Poland Fun Fact: Grammy Nominated for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance 2. Christina Aguilera - Dirrty Peak #48 Highest Peak #1 Croatia, Ireland, Scotland & UK Fun Fact: The video is credited as the origin of the "slutdrop" 3. Dua Lipa - Physical Peak #60 Highest Peak #1 Bulgaria, Croatia, Israel, Lebanon, Poland Fun Fact: song made Dua Lipa the first female to have 3 songs in the top 10 simultaneously in the UK since 1952 4. Taylor Swift - Wonderland Peak #51 Highest Peak #51 USA Fun Fact: Based on Alice in Wonderland and rumored to be another song about Harry Styles 5. Lady Gaga - Eh, Eh (Nothing Else I Can Say) Peak #(not released as a US Single) Highest Peak #2 Sweden Fun Fact: Although not released in the US it was certified gold 6. Nicki Minaj - Beez In The Trap Peak #48 Highest Peak #7 US Billboard Hot Rap Songs & US Rap Airplay Fun Fact: Complex named it as #9 best song of 2012 7. Ariana Grande - Be Alright Peak #43 Highest Peak #8 New Zealand Heatseekers Fun Fact: Demo with Migos leaked in 2018 8. Beyoncé - Countdown Peak #71 Highest Peak #1 German Urban Charts & US Hot Dance Club Songs Fun Fact: Belgian choreographer Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker accused Beyoncé of using concepts from two of her pieces, Rosas danst Rosas (1983) and Achterlund (1990). 9. Hilary Duff - All About You Peak #119 Highest Peak #20 Australia Fun Fact: Savan Kotecha co-wrote the song. He's also credited for writing I Wanna Go, Up 'N Down and If U Seek Amy for Britney Spears 10. Marina (and the Diamonds) - How To Be a Heartbreaker Peak #42 US Pop Digital Charts Highest Peak #3 Poland Fun Fact: Certified gold in the United States even though it didn't peak on the main charts 11. Carly Rae Jepsen - Now That I Found You Peak #25 US Pop Digital Songs Highest Peak #6 Japan Hot Overseas Fun Fact: Billboard named it #43 of the best 100 songs of 2019 12. Tinashe - All Hands On Deck Peak #101 Highest Peak #8 Belgium Fun Fact: Tinashe and Iggy Azalea teamed up for the first time on a remix for this track. They now have a new collaboration released this year 13. Kelly Clarkson - I Dare You Peak #86 Highest Peak #3 Israel Fun Fact: Song was recorded in six different language versions 14. Iggy Azalea - Started Peak #120 Highest Peak #10 Greece Digital Songs Fun Fact: music influenced by Anna Nicole Smith and features Trixie Mattel and Vanessa Vanjie Mateo 15. Selena Gomez - Boyfriend Peak #59 Highest Peak #1 New Zealand Hot Singles Fun Fact: Song was created after Selena sent Julia Michaels a text saying "I want a boyfriend" 16. Madonna - Celebration Peak #71 Highest Peak #1 Bulgaria, Finland, Hungary, Israel, Italy, Russia Airplay, Scotland, Sweden, UK Dance, and US Dance Club Songs Fun Fact: Became Madonna's 40th number one song on US Dance Club Songs (the most for any artist) 17. P!nk - Trouble Peak #68 Highest Peak #1 Belgium Fun Fact: Tim Armstrong wrote the song for his band Rancid's album but offered it to P!nk after it didn't make the final cut 18. Rihanna - Man Down Peak #59 Highest Peak #1 France and Switzerland Fun Fact: One of the songs written during a writing camp where Def Jam rented almost every recording studio in LA to write as many songs possible for the album 19. Katy Perry - Harleys In Hawaii Peak #110 Highest Peak # 1 New Zealand Hot Singles Fun Fat: Included this for you Katy Clowns and although I don't like her anymore this song should've been what NRO is 20. Miley Cyrus - Who Owns My Heart Peak #DIDN'T CHART Highest Peak #2 Belgium Fun Fact: The Parents Television Council criticized the video for its ****** elements
  2. Okay... so... Katy Perry released her album last Friday and I have to say there has been one song I played on repeat "Cry about it later". I surprised myself not getting tired of it already even though the chorus is repetitive. I like the verses, the bridges a lot and the chorus, the interlude with the electric guitar. I find it to be some very good pop! On top of that, the music video is a cute LGBT friendly animation inspired by Sabrina the Teenage Witch/Sailor moon, and already gathered 4,5 M views. It is also the best charting song from the album since its release last week. What do you think about that song ?
  3. Katy Perry recorded a special voice message for fans featured on the Target exclusive. One of the bonus tracks on Targets version of Smile is called "A message from Katy," which is a letter to her fans. Will she release the Target version like she did with witness on the one year anniversary? Who knows, but enjoy her message to her fans. Only available at Target on CD. "Some times I can feel super low and alone and really in my head, and be my own worst enemy and let that horrible negative voice that trickles in and out of my head take over. In these past couple of years, I've really tried to work on that, and I think a lot of these songs reflect walking through that process... and coming out the other end alive and giving life." Listen to the whole thing below. Related:
  4. Did the legendary producer manage to add new life to Katy's latest single? He used the same effect on Katy's vocals as Tom's Diner. OK, my honest opinion was that it gave me a headache and I felt like I had 1000 voices in my head towards the end. On the other hand, President @OnlyBeyonce sent Katy some gorgeous flowers to welcome her to the celebrity soccer mom club.
  5. Katy Perry unveiled a new music video for "Smile." It's super cute. In it, Katy plays a "Smile" music video and transforms into one of the characters who gets entangled in all kinds of shenanigans. Be sure to stick around for the ending. Thoughts, Katy Clowns? Watch below: Related:
  6. Katy Perry continues releasing visuals off her new Smile album, the latest being a painted extravaganza for "What Makes A Woman," a song she dedicated to her daughter. Every song is getting a video Related:
  7. Lol I love how she keeps it 💯 There it is, Katheryn. Katy also dropped another video for the Smiles series, this time for "Resilient." It's darn cute Thoughts?! Related:
  8. Katy Perry's new album Smile is the gift that keeps on giving. I haven't seen another pop star offer as much content as Katy has for her fans. She's released visuals for more songs off the album than not. The latest being one for "Champagne Problems." In it, Katy is an old Hollywood glamor queen engulfed in beautiful prism light and smoke. Stunning if you ask me. Thoughts on Katy's latest visual, Exhale? Related:
  9. "A comfortable addition to her catalogue." From the exploitation of kissing a girl to dancing while purposely woke, Katy Perry is our favorite party best friend throughout the decade. And today, she finally dropped her most anticipated fifth studio album, Smile, follow up to 2017's Witness. We managed to somehow know what would be the direction of this record through her droplet era, starting from Zedd's collaboration, 365, to the most recent wedding-inspired ballad , Never Worn White. And though commercially underwhelming, it successfully transitioned her sound from electro-influenced pop to her old bubbly persona. And before proceeding to the album's final verdict, here are the track by track reviews: 1. Never Really Over ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ - rather than to use her bubblegum-pop clichè, Perry progressively transcend the track into a mouthful and catchy harmonious anthem. Indeed, a perfect pop song. 2. Cry About It Later ⭐⭐⭐ - though the electric guitar and bass are quite addictive, starting the track with it's chorus makes it tirelessly redundant. 3. Teary Eyes ⭐⭐⭐ - the electronic syths sound very familiar. At least the dreamy/feather-like way Perry sings blended well with it's edge-y beats. And that second verse is a great build up though. 4. Daisies ⭐⭐⭐⭐ - though the verses are particularly weak, the euphoric and explosive chorus helps the track to reach it's peak. 5. Resilient ⭐⭐⭐⭐ - the narrative is very strong but the lack of dynamics between the verses and chorus is somewhat a turn down. But the build up in bridge has paid off to redeem it's rightful place as one of the strongest track in the record. 6. Not The End Of The World ⭐⭐⭐ - an impressive misfire considering how grandiose the intro is. The verses are plainly bland, and just relied by repeating the worn off choruses. 7. Smile ⭐⭐⭐ - contrast to it's upbeat production, the track isn't adventurous enough to explore it's own potential to be a good Teenage Dream heir. Though it has some of the strongest lyrics. 8. Champagne Problems ⭐⭐⭐ - the laid-back syths are way too comfortable, to the point the track has became monotonously unexciting. And the chorus being lazily written didn't help either. 9. Tucked ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ - the bubbliness of the production probably resonates her Hummingbird Heartbeat and Act My Age tracks. And with matching playfulness of the lyrics, this song is the easiest to digest relentless. 10. Harley's In Hawaii ⭐⭐⭐⭐ - the acoustic guitar successfully sets up the **** tone of the track, and the cleverness of the songwriting also wins to give a slow-burner-like vibe. 11. Only Love ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ - the track has no promising melody or production but the way it's been delivered like a journal entry makes it more relatable. 12. What Makes A Woman ⭐⭐⭐ - though adorably and delicately produced, the swearings are just unnecessary. Wished the excitement in the second verse leads into something but it ended shortly. 🎪 🎪 🎪 "Smile" (6/10) The record is not a revival of her iconic Teenage Dream but rather a continuation of the PRISM's club inspired contents. And though it lacks with the promising and experimental sound of her ambitious Witness, the narratives and production are surprisingly cohesive, considering the weights of Never Really Over as an opening track has put in. The tracklisting is also well blended and sync as the album progresses, without hearing the lead singles being aggressively overshadowing the following tracks. Favorite Track(s): • Never Really Over • Resilient • Tucked • Only Love Least Favorite Track(s): • Cry About It Later • Teary Eyes What are your favorites tracks? Related:
  10. Katy Perry released a new animated video, this time for Smile song "Tucked." It's about a woman's marriage to a... broccoli, and how she fantasizes leaving him for a peppermint. Ha mind.
  11. Katy Perry droped an old school animated video for her single Harleys in Hawaii. Perry teased the black-and-white ’90s-inspired video on Thursday. It depicts an adorable 1920s love story in Hawaii: “Took my time capsule back to one of my favourite periods in animation and created a lil’ 1920s Hawaiian love story for you.” She also released a video for Cry About It Later
  12. With about 3 days left till the release of "Smile", some critics have published their reviews. So far, 10 of the 13 reviews lean towards mixed, giving an average score of 56. All 3 of them state that Katy hasn't evolved much as an artist and is making the similar sound. It's also noted though, Teenage Dream received 1.5/5 from Slant Magazine, and Smile received 3/5. "Cry About It Later" and "Never Really Over" seem to be the highlights of the album. "Not The End Of The World" apparently shares similar sound with "Dark Horse". Reviews: EW: Katy Perry brings more of the same on sunny but familiar fifth album Smile: Review Score: 67 Slant: Review: Katy Perry’s Smile Feels Unmoored from the Current Moment Score: 60 Rolling Stone Score: 60 StereoGum: Katy Perry Pivots To Boring Clash DRAGGED Smile
  13. The Album isn't out for the public. But NME, and several mags basically destroyed Katy Perry to oblivion. Smile is at 40/100 on metacritic.. It matches the same score as her second studio album one of the boys. She might have had the commercial success. But Katy hasn't been a fav among the music critics at all. Even Kesha got a better score with her latest effort. Though to some it was a step back from 2017's Grammy nominated rainbow 🌈 era. To make matters worse. The upcoming remix Album by Dua Lipa is universal acclaimed. And they even acclaimed the levitating madonna assisted remix. While the fans hated it. But since Katy doesn't have an audience. My friend said it best. For those stuck on Teenage Dream. Need to get out and leave, Ur refusing to let her grow as an artist by keeping her stuck to a certain era.
  14. Katy Perry's new album Smile is officially out! Any favorites? Mine are: Teary Eyes (gives me Trip to your Heart vibes) Champagne Problems High on your Supply Tucked Stream below. Thoughts, Exhale? Related:
  15. Everyone and their mother dropped new material! Don't let the title of that song fool you. I only included it because Britney And this came out of nowhere and I haven't listened to it yet but the fact it is there, I had to include t.A.t.U
  16. Congratulations, Katy!!!!!! Queen of naming her child after her own song Hopefully she will take a break now instead of going straight back to promotion She's even promoting with her manicure
  17. And it's of her actual experience of cleaning dishes during quarantine period. Go do your dirty dishes with Katy now "Just because this song originally came out in May 2019 doesn't mean it's ever. really. over... 🧡 Here's the quarantine edition of #NeverReallyOver 🍽 (based on my ACTUAL experiences with dishes during quarantine... as they were #NeverReallyOver 😩yfm?) https://katy.to/SmileTheVideos TO WATCH THE NEW VIDEO AND PREORDER #SMILE COMING THIS FRIYAY AT katy.to/preordersmile" She will also release a new video for "Harleys in Hawaii". Is she gonna mop the floor or do laundry next?
  18. If Britney put something like this on her instagram she would be absolutely SLATED by the public. This is creepier than anything I have ever seen on Britney's instagram. Its interesting that Katy has been seemingly breaking down since her Witness era, and yet there are no calls for her to be under conservatorship. #FreeBritney
  19. Alleged lyrics leaked for a new song titled "High On Your Supply," off Katy Perry's forthcoming album Smile, and if real... she drags herself to filth. Katy Kats were speculating she was dragging a pop girl, but that's likely not the case: she's coming for her past self. These are the lyrics on Genius.com: How do we know it's about Katy and not about... IDK... Kacey Musgraves? Katy had this to say in a new interview with the Washington Post: Looking forward to hearing this song. Do you agree that Katy was dragging herself? Or is it about a main pop girl? 👀 Related:
  20. Katy Perry released her new "Smile" music video exclusively onto Facebook before sharing it everywhere. Facebook recently launched their music sector which allows the platform to upload licensed music videos, like "Smile." It's a big deal because of how much of a reach Facebook has across the globe. Social interaction is paramount to an artist's success in 2020, and Facebook has the power to connect people together better than any other website. Now fans can do so through music. YouTube is shaking. Katy Kats are reporting the "Smile" music video racked up more than 43 million views already. It's unclear if a "view" counts as someone watching the clip for 3 or more seconds like it has in the past on Facebook and Instagram. YouTube reportedly counts a view once the user has watched the clip for 30+ seconds. That's a huge difference in the short attention span Internet space. If the stats are true, that could mean Katy's album title track might crack the top 5 in the Hot 100. I couldn't personally confirm the view count, though the video had more than 380,000 likes which is considerable. Expect a lot more artists to begin debuting their videos on Facebook. Billboard reportedly will count Facebook views towards their Hot 100 chart. Katy reclaiming her throne y'all. Related:
  21. The writers and producers who helped craft Katy Perry's new album Smile have hit the net. It's worth pointing out Katy co-wrote on every track. It also features contributions from a ton of heavy-hitters, including The Monsters & the Strangerz, Ferras Alqaisi, Charlie Puth, Jacob Kasher Hindlin, Johan Carlsson, Ian Kirkpatrick and more. Producers include Zedd, FRND, Stargate, The Monsters & Strangerz and more. Check them out below: Producers: 1. Never Really Over - Zedd, Dreamlab 2. Cry About it Later - Oscar Holter 3. Teary Eyes - FRND, OzGo 4. Daisies - The Monsters & Strangerz, Gian Stone 5. Resilient - Stargate 6. Not the End of the World - FRND 7. Smile - Josh Abraham, Oligee, G Koop 8. Champagne Problems - Ian Kirkpatrick 9. Tucked - Johan Carlsson 10. Harleys in Hawaii - Charlie Puth, Johan Carlsson, Peter Karlsson 11. Only Love - John DeBold 12. What Makes a Woman - Johan Carlsson, Elvira Anderfjard, Peter Karlsson Writers: 1. Never Really Over - Katy Perry, Dagny Sandvik, Michelle Buzz, Jason Gill, Gino Barletta, Hayley Warner, Anton Zaslavski, Leah Cooney, Daniel James (with production by Zedd, and Dreamlab) 2. Cry About it Later - Katy Perry, Oscar Holter, Noonie Bao, Sasha Sloan 3. Teary Eyes - Katy Perry, Andrew Goldstein, Michael Pollack, Madison Love, Jacob Kasher Hindlin 4. Daisies - Katy Perry, Jonathan Bellion, Jacob Kasher Hindlin, Michael Pollack, Jordan K. Johnson, Stefan Johnson (with production by The Monsters & the Strangerz, and Gian Stone) 5. Resilient - Katy Perry, Mikkel S. Eriksen, Tor Erik Hermansen, Ferras Alqaisi (with production by Stargate) 6. Not the End of the World - Katy Perry, Andrew Goldstein, Madison Love, Michael Pollack, Jacob Kasher Hindlin 7. Smile - Katy Perry, Brittany Hazzard, Ferras Alqaisi, Oliver Goldstein, Josh Abraham, Anthony Criss, Benny Golson, Kier Gist, Vincent Brown (with production by Josh Abraham, Oligee, and G Koop) 8. Champagne Problems - Katy Perry, Johan Carlsson, John Ryan, Jacob Kasher Hindlin, Ian Kirkpatrick 9. Tucked - Katy Perry, Johan Carlsson, John Ryan, Jacob Kasher Hindlin, Ferras Alqaisi 10. Harleys in Hawaii - Katy Perry, Charlie Puth, Jacob Kasher Hindlin, Johan Carlsson (with production by Charlie Puth, Johan Carlsson, and Peter Karlsson) 11. Only Love - Katy Perry, Sophie Frances Cooke, Andrew Jackson 12. What Makes a Woman - Katy Perry, Johan Carlsson, John Ryan, Jacob Kasher Hindlin, Sarah Hudson Source: Wikipedia Related:
  22. Katy Perry's sophomore album, Teenage Dream, has set another record breaking achievements after 10 years of it's release. Her label, Capitol Records, just recently updated the certifications of the said era in preparation of the album's anniversary this August 24th, four days before the release of her fifth record, Smile. Here are the details: Teenage Dream (album) - 8x Platinum Teenage Dream (single) - 8x Platinum Firework - 12x Diamond With these, Katy Perry has now surpassed Michael Jackson's record of the highest certified music package (album + singles) with staggering 64.5 million units sold. Notably that these two artists have the same feat of having five No.1 singles in one album (doing so with Teenage Dream and Bad). And with Firework's hitting a new mark, it also became the most consumed single for a female lead, alongside with another achievement of being the only artist to have 7 songs to sold more than 8 million units in RIAA history. Congratulations, Katy Perry!
  23. Katy Perry released the studio version of a new song titled "What Makes A Woman," a song she's dedicating to her daughter, off her forthcoming album Smile. She also shared a performance of it singing the song acoustic style. “There is a song on the record called ‘What Makes A Woman’… a hope I have for my future child is that she doesn’t have any limits on any of her dreams,” she said, “or what she wants to be, or who she thinks she is and, you know, she can change whenever she wants.” Katy continued: “She can try everything on. I think that song is important for me and important for her.” Smile drops August 28. Super cute Thoughts on the new tune, Exhale? Listen on Spotify or Apple Music. Related:
  24. Katy Perry's new album Smile officially drops August 28th, but some Katy Clowns already have it. They're showing it off on social media and claiming it's one of the best records she's released to-date. That's great, however... it's VERY likely it'll leak in the coming days and that's less than ideal. Here's the interesting catch... Smile leaking will hurt Katy's album sales. Thing is... she's less about charts and numbers these days... so let the listening parties commence? Exhale, are you excited to hear Smile? OH and PS: the album booklet says Diddy is featured on the album title track. That version leaked months ago, but it's unclear if it's a mis-print or he actually made the final cut.
  25. Katy Perry says it's best not to check the "@" section on Twitter because it'll lead to nowhere good. In an interview with Apple Music's Zane Lowe, Perry says stan Twitter just pits pop stars against one another. It's all about like who's better than who. Who's skinnier than who. Who sold my number ones than who. Whose doing better this year than who. Who made this much more blahahahha. Does she make a point, Exhale? Related:
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