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  1. Carly Rae Jepsen blessed us a treat this Halloween... a Christmas song! Her new holiday tune, "It’s Not Christmas Till Somebody Cries," is officially out. Hey, I'm always here for a new CRJ song. Exhale, thoughts?
  2. 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
  3. Carly Rae Jepsen is releasing a Deluxe version of Emotion! It features the two Japanese bonus tracks: "Never Get To Hold You" and "Love Again." I know we've all probably heard them, but it's still cool they're getting added to streaming services across the globe. We won, sisters Stream on Spotify beginning at midnight. Related:
  4. Growing up in Canada Carly Rae jepsen grew up in a folk music household, But I'm not surprised quite Honestly. It does Seem from Alanis Morissette to Jewel People from the northern world are very folk music inspired as they don't sing songs but tell stories. Even doing pop music, Carly can't escape that tradition, Hell Call me maybe was originally a folk music track before the dance pop transformation.. Carly's first introduction to fun. GUILTY FREE, POP MUSIC WAS The Spice Girks. Stream Tug of War, Carly's only Folk music inspired album in her catalog .
  5. 2 days ago, a list of the top 20 best pop albums of 2020 so far was published on Idolator, an online music blog. Here are all the albums listed: Anuel AA - Emmanuel Carly Rae Jepsen - Dedicated Side B Charli XCX - how i'm feeling now Chelsea Cutler - How To Be Human Chloe x Halle - Ungodly Hour Dua Lipa - Future Nostalgia Fiona Apple - Fetch The Bolt Cutters Georgia - Seeking Thrills Gordi - Our Two Skins HAIM - Women In Music Pt. III Jessie Ware - What's Your Pleasure? Kesha - High Road JoJo - good to know Lady Gaga - Chromatica Lennon Stella - Three. Two. One. Meghan Trainor - TREAT MYSELF Niall Horan - Heartbreak Weather Rina Sawayama - SAWAYAMA Selena Gomez - Rare The Weeknd - After Hours What are your thoughts on this list? Which albums are you happy to see here, which do you think don't deserve a spot and which ones would you have added? https://www.idolator.com/7912199/the-20-best-pop-albums-of-2020-so-far?view-all
  6. Recently, Billie Eilish came out and stated that she would like for her music to not be referred to as pop. It got me to thinking about what “Pop” music will look like in the coming decade and who will shape the landscape and set the trends. Before I go into that I’d like to acknowledge the artists from the 2010’s that helped shape the landscape of pop music. The artists that I am focusing on are somewhat of one hit wonders nonetheless they did help curate trends and shape music during the last decade. They may no longer achieve the same success in the coming decade, but their music will be heard for generations to come. I’d also like to hear others opinions on what artists or songs you think helped shape music in the 2010’s up to what music is now. Lorde – You couldn’t go anywhere without hearing the song Royals by Lorde. Before Royals became the smash that everyone knew she had released The Love Club on Soundcloud. When Royals became a hit she released Pure Heroine which was well received and had a few more hits such Team and Tennis Court. Lorde went on to release Melodrama in 2017 but it did not receive as much hype as her first effort. Lorde has been compared to Lana Del Rey which I do see similarities but I also feel that Billie Eilish can be compared to Lorde. I’d also like to add that I feel Lorde is 2010’s version of Alanis Morrisette. One Republic – One Republic’s success ignited with the hit Apologize which came out in 2007. By the 2009 the album Waking Up came out and the hits Secrets, All the right moves and Good Life became hits in 2010. One Republic’s success carried on thru artists such as Beyonce with her hit Halo and Kelly Clarkson’s Already Gone. Their success would go even further by 2013 with the hit Counting Stars. One Republic was not only writing for some of 2010’s biggest pop stars but they also influenced bands like Fun. Who came out with hits such Some Nights & We Are Young. Additionally, Fun. Went onto write P!nks hit Just give me a reason. Along with Fun. Came bands such as The Lumineers, Lady Antebellum, Neon Trees and The Bleachers. Carly Rae Jepson – In 2012 you couldn’t escape the memes or the viral videos of Carly Rae Jepsen’s song Call me maybe. The song was infectious and the hook was joyous. Carly brought fun bubbly pop back during a time of electronica, rap and serious pop music. I would consider Call Me Maybe to be one of the biggest songs of 2010 and it’s definitely something that you can easily listen to today. I feel Carly helped pave the way for acts such as Kim Petras, Charli XCX and even Billie Eilish. Kiss was released in 2012 but it wasn’t until Carly’s E MO TION album that we got to see her shine as an artist. Tracks such as Warm Blood and I Didn’t Just Come Here to Dance keep you lingering and wanting more. Other tracks such as Your Type and Gimmie Love give you hope that Pop Music still existed at a time when R&B, Hip Hop and Electronic Bangers were the craze. In 2019 Carly released Dedicated and my heart skipped a beat, but it seemed as though no one else felt the same way. Later in that summer I went to an art show in San Francisco and an Artist performed a dance routine to Carly’s Too Much and it was then that I knew Carly may no longer be the Call Me Maybe megastar but she still inspires and releases superb pop music.
  7. Carly's music is much better. It's sad the GP can't see this. Taylor is a good songwriter during her country days but I find her pop music underwhelming. Carly is capable of better pop hooks and production than Taylor. Carly should be touring stadiums and sell millions of albums like Taylor. Life is a lottery and Carly lost this one I guess, very sad. E.MO.TION and E.MO.TION Side B are everything that 1989 aimed to achieve but failed. Dedicated is much more better than Lover, which is a snoozefest.
  8. Two best pop albums of the decade. Still waiting for Taylor to give her Grammy back to Carly who truly deserves it.
  9. Queen of androgyny. Queen of being both Romeo and Juliet. My favorite pic is definitely the pink one. Also, on a recent podcast she casually mentioned that she's already finished another full album and that she wrote it over Zoom. I don't know if she plans on releasing it, though. also, here's the interview: https://www.papermag.com/interview-carly-rae-jepsen-dedicated-side-b-2646109734.html
  10. Carly Rae Jepsen just released the next installment of Dedicated. It's called (Side B) and features new songs with a different vibe than what she previously released with Side A. I'm a pretty big Carly fan, so my body is ready to dive into the new tunes!
  11. Carly Rae Godson released a new song titled "Let's Be Friends." It's got a funky vibe, whistles, infectious chorus and sugary hooks. Carly uploaded a cute live version as well. Whatcha think?
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