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  1. Another post I was just reading asked a great question... whether or not 'Chromatica' would age badly? It REALLY got me thinking. A lot of artists have the gift of talent, and release tons of incredible albums throughout their careers, but I'm starting to wonder... Do popstars (specifically) ever release more than 2-3 that become iconic? I mean the reality is fanbases will state every album is iconic, but I'm looking at the fact that the general public eventually loses interest. It doesn't mean albums stop being good, or new albums released aren't good as well, but I feel most artists are lucky to have 2-3 solid albums, before ultimately it's 'Greatest Hits' style nostalgia only from that artist.... Look at Janet Jackson.... 'Control', 'Rhythm Nation', 'Janet' and 'Velvet Rope' were all iconic... yet Janet's released 4 albums since the latter, and none have had the impact. Madonna had 'Like a Prayer' and 'Like a Virigin in the 80's, 'Ray of Light' in the 90's, 'Confessions on a Dance Floor' in the 00's that gave her a resurgence, but the other albums all just sort of fade into each other? You could argue the same for Britney now, and Christina Aguilera after 'Stripped' and 'Back to Basics', Lady Gaga after 'The Fame' and 'Born this Way'... Katy Perry after 'Teenage Dream' and 'Prism'.... thoughts?
  2. Now, this is neither a rumor, nor a news, but a hypothesis based on the following analysis: - Britney Spears is a few months short of her 20th single debut anniversary - Brit has yet to release her 10th album - she has done the Kenzo campaign for which many of us speculate it actually might feature/announce new music - the new music COULD (not necessarily would) coincide with the POM tour and it is only logical to promote it with fresh materials - her team MUST be reading the criticism coming from the fanbase and realizing the fading status of hers (sorry, but it is, and I am a hardcore fan) - Christina Aguilera has been prexpping the new album for years - we know her new album will be released this year - Xtina announced "big things coming" in the context of Demi, but how do we know this is JUST about the Demi Lovato feature? - Xtina posted an obviously photoshopped pic with Brit on women's day and we all know that Brit was never a part of the feud, but Xtina was always a *****. My question: why now after all these years? Would you no think it would be logical for both management to come together to join forces to put them both back on top and in the center of the game with the MOST UNEXPECTED and mind-blowing collaboration of all times? These are my thoughts. Say I am crazy, but that's my prerogative...
  3. christina fans have been waiting forever and since both the ladies have there 20th year in the industry coming up, who do you think will release new music first, do you think we will have britney, justin and christina all releasing music in 2018?
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