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  1. So I was going through my playlists and one of them is "Songs That Deserved More" and thought it would be interesting to see your thoughts. I chose a song from each artist mentioned, but of course they have other songs that did not deserve to flop or should've been more successful than they were. Although there are a couple of artists on here I'm not the most fond of anymore I can't deny that these aren't bops and deserved more. 1) Britney Spears - Slumber Party Peak: #86 USA Highest Peak: #1 US Dance Club Songs Fun Fact: The song is Britney's 36th Billboard Hot 100 entry 2) Christina Aguilera - Your Body Peak: #34 USA Highest Peak: #1 US Dance Club Songs Fun Fact: Music video directed by longtime Beyonce collaborator Melina Matsoukas 3. Taylor Swift - New Romantics Peak: #46 USA Highest Peak: #9 US Adult Top 40 Fun Fact: Rolling Stone named it #58 Best Song of the Decade in 2019 4. Lady Gaga - The Cure Peak: #39 USA Highest Peak: #2 Finland Download Fun Fact: Lady Gaga debuted the song at 2017's Coachella Music Festival 5. Nicki Minaj & Ariana Grande - Bed Peak: #42 USA Highest Peak: #6 Belgium Fun Fact: The 5th Nicki and Ariana collaboration out of 6 6. Beyoncé - Upgrade U Peak: #59 USA Highest Peak: #11 US Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs Fun Fact: Song was released as a promotional single in the USA only 7. Madonna - Girl Gone Wild Peak: #106 USA Highest Peak: #1 Global Dance Songs/US Dance Club Songs Fun Fact: Madonna was threatened litigation by Girls Gone Wild creator 8. Hilary Duff - Sparks Peak: #93 USA Highest Peak: #1 Hong Kong Fun Fact: Song is Hilary's 4th top 10 on the US Dance Club Charts after 3 consecutive #1s from 07-08 9. Katy Perry - Bon Appétit Peak: #59 USA Highest Peak: #2 New Zealand Heatseekers Fun Fact: The music video accrued 16 million views in 24 hours most since Adele's Hello 10. Carly Rae Jepsen - Run Away With Me Peak: Did not chart in the USA Highest Peak: #15 Slovakia Fun Fact: Rolling Stone named it #49 on their year-end list of 2015 Best Songs SHARE YOURS
  2. Update: Hilary comments on the gross controversy. Earlier: The pop culture world has had a very busy 24 hours - first Doja Cat being exposed for various mad things, rumours of Khloe Kardashian swapping her face with her best friend.... But the ultimate one for me is that Hilary Duff is apparently being exposed as a $ex trafficker with her own child?! Now I've had a little dig to see what the deal is and I can only put it down to some kind of mad conspiracy theory that people have too much time for. Similar to the Oprah Winfrey thing a few months back, but with the slightest bit more meat. I can't seem to locate the Twitter thread I found earlier, but if somebody would like to add to this and try to make sense of it with me, that'd be ace. From The Blast: Either way, I'm about to stream Dignity
  3. Just went to checking the recent Twitter trends. Hilary Duff popped up. It's bad. She's being accused of Child Trafficking for p*******a involving her own son. Apparently a Federal investigation is already happening on Her and her current husband Matthew Koma.
  4. Congratulations, you've joined the ranks of all the rest. Hilary Duff has created more glimmering pop gems throughout her near 20-year career than the GP cares to admit. Whether she likes it or not there’s a demand for more new tunes. The problem is… she doesn’t really want to create more of these precious bops. Why, Hilary? WHY? According to the Grammy nominated (hopefully one day) singer, her filming schedule is just too hectic. “[Younger] keeps me so busy. When am I going to tour? How am I going to make a record?,” she said in 2018. Even worse… in the beginning of 2016, Duff said she is “not going to be on a world tour and be the top of the charts because I don’t have the time to put in and that’s not what’s important to me.” Here we are three years later and still no closer to new music minus a couple of one-offs (“Little Lies” is that bop though). It appears Hilary wants almost nothing to do with the music biz, so we’ve decided to write a piece explaining just how great her music actually is and *hopefully* inspire Miss Hilary to reconsider. It's worth mentioning she hopped on a cover of Third Eye Blind's "I'll Never Let You Go" recently with husband Matthew Koma and RAC - there's hope! For someone who doesn’t seem to have a huge passion for making pop music, Hilary has a long menu of incredibly delicious pop entrees that gays and gals have gobbled up since the Lizzie McGuire era. If you didn’t memorize Lizzie’s choreographed dance routine to “What Dreams Are Made Of” did you even have a childhood? The film was the catalyst for Disney execs to reframe Hilary from tween queen to bonafide pop star, and they did it in a way where she didn’t lose her **** (or her clothes). Just a few weeks after Lizzie’s trip to Rome, Hilary dropped her debut album, Metamorphosis (I’m not counting 2002’s Santa Claus Lane and you will deal). It was bubble gum pop rock that was edgy enough for youngsters to feel like they could comfortably move on from Zenon, Girl of the 21st Century’s “Supernova Girl” (also still that bop) and into something more age-appropriate for a freshman in high school. That album put Hilary onto the map in a way we hadn’t see before – she wasn’t being recognized for her after school shenanigans with Miranda and Gordo – people who weren’t already following along started to take notice. “So Yesterday” was a self-assured song that oozed budding independence. It still reminds me to this day to let go of petty dramas constantly ignited by Internet comments or when I’m grilled in the besties group text. The record also birthed literally iconic theme songs for MTV’s The Hills (“Come Clean”) and Sweet Sixteen. Five bucks says you just pictured a mascara tear rolling down LC’s face and some little brat screaming about getting a Mercedes instead of a Bentley. Yea, Metamorphosis was cheesy, guilty pleasure pop music for tweens, and I still jam to it on occasion, but more importantly it grabbed our attention and paved the way for more flawless music to come. Hilary’s 2004 self-titled is arguably the strangest body of work she’s ever put forth (in music and film). She perfectly captured the rebellious angsts of adolescence in a bottle with songs like “Mr. James Dean,” “Dangerous To Know” and “Weird.” Normally, Disney starlets startle parents by stripping off their wardrobe, but Hilary decided to scream on a bunch of songs and get the kids fired up to throw down. Though Hilary Duff was defiantly bizarre, it contained a back-to-back 1-2 punch with “Shine” and “I Am.” The songwriting on this couplet was explorative – she discovers puppy love on the former and self-love on the latter. It was the stepping stone she needed to create her masterpiece… The leap from soda pop rock of the self titled to dark pop with Dignity is under appreciated. Hilary was finally channeling real-life situations into her music, disguising that manicured smile behind electro-tinged beats and icy synths. It’s one of the first instances in Hilary’s music where she flexed her vocal guns, pointed and shot mercilessly. She had a few unsuspecting victims in her crosshairs, and when the time was right… rained fire. It marked a pivot from shallow teeny bops to dance music with substance. Gone were the bratty guitar riffs and sugary sweet choruses – Hilary had an obsession with dazzling electric bangers a la “Play With Fire” and “With Love,” but she sinks her teeth into players on a few other standout tracks. “Stranger” and “Gypsy Woman” take shots at the woman who her father had an affair with. On the former, swirling horns call attention to the urgency in Hilary’s icy stabs. “‘Stranger’ is a song I wrote about how my mom must feel around my dad,” she said at the time. “I made it seem like it was about a relationship I was in, because I didn’t want people to know about my parents, but I’ve realized that so many people can relate to what I’ve gone through.” “Gypsy Woman” is considerably harsher towards the unnamed woman, describing her as a home wrecking ***** that lacks empathy, but hey there’s some pretty infectious middle eastern-style production to distract us from the fact that Hilary is seething with resentment. The album title track may or may not be about Nicole Richie, Paris Hilton and Lindsay Lohan. “Dignity is a song that is definitely about people in Hollywood”, she said. “I wouldn’t say that it is about [Richie] specifically but it is about people that kind of do what she does and act the way she acts.” You may recall the iconic line, “you’d show up to the opening of an envelope.” It’s Hilary’s angsty rage captured in rare form. Hilary said “Danger” was about one of her friend’s relationships with a guy considerably older in age. A friend wink wink. But Dignity isn’t all pop doom and gloom – it’s got a couple of outstanding rays of sunshine that still light up my workout playlists, like “Outside Of You” and “I Wish” (seems like every album has two phenomenal back-to-back tracks am I right?). All these years later, the album sounds fresh and original to anything currently curating Spotify’s Top Songs playlist. Hilary tried escaping the gravitational pull of electro anthems when she began recording the followup, breathe in. breathe out. Though she ultimately ended up with a collection of warm, pulsating dance tracks, she began with different intentions. Fans wouldn’t get a new album from Hilary for another eight years, and during that time she explored her roots with country-folk pop tracks. Hilary tried captivating audiences with songs like “Chasing The Sun” and “All About You,” both genuinely vibrant feel-good tunes, but she shifted back to a sound that might strike a chord on the Hot 100 and ended up releasing “Sparks” (which it did). Dignity, though on the surface appeared to be YAAAS KWEEN-style bops, was pretty “super heavy” for Hil, so when it came time to record Breathe, Duff set her sights on something warm and cuddly. “The album is a range of stuff,” Duff said in 2015 of BIBO. “I would say definitely in the beginning when I started writing, it was pretty heavy, coming out of my past year of life. It’s changed since then, which is good because I think that the overall theme too – me, personally, I’m not this super heavy girl. You know? I’m one for the sunshine, so it’s shifted a lot and it feels a lot better to me.” The Ed Sheeran-penned “Tattoo,” “Confetti” (co-produced and written by her now fiancé, Matthew Koma. Side note: it samples Belinda Carlisle’s “Heaven Is a Place on Earth,” and that’s pretty special), “My Kind” and “One In A Million” are innocent knee-slappers that steer clear from the chilling introspective topics that take center stage on Dignity. After tapping out from pop rock again, Hilary dyed her hair blue, threw on a leotard, learned some choreography and dove back into pure pop with “Sparks.” “Sparks” had some serious talent behind it – Bloodshy co-produced it (Britney Spears’ “Toxic”) with songwriting provided by Tove Lo (Sweden’s impact). It’s probably the closest we’ve come to Hilary Duff The Pop Star™ in-part thanks to the stylized video. You may recall she initially released a clip for it that came off more like a really, really long Tinder advertisement than an actual music video, so begrudgingly her team released a “Fan-Demanded” version (sans Tinder and lots of dancing) because there was that much outrage. But what it proved is that Hilary isn’t just a one-trick pony, she’s versatile and wide-ranged – maybe not vocally, but great pop music doesn’t require that. If the tables were turned… could Adele pull off “Sparks?” We’ve grown up with Hilary Duff. She personified a young rebellious spirit figuring life out on her earlier works, sharpened her nails with Dignity then went back to singing about sunshine and confetti on breathe in. breathe out. She’s in an interesting position right now in regards to how or when she should release new music. In the time since her last record, Hilary has fallen in love, had another baby, starred in a hit TV show and you know… lived. She has stories to share, and we’re all ears. That is, if she’s willing to tell.
  5. In 2003 Hilary Duff released Metamorphosis which makes the Queen of all Disney teen pop stars. Yes Britney came from MMC. But that's way before the trend of turning huge icons into pop icons. Most articles rarely talk about Britney when it comes to the house of mouse and What they did in the 2000s. Anyway a Spanish Version of S Club 7 recorded a cover in both Spanish and Portuguese for their Album Celestial. RBD is just like S Club 7. There really was nothing authentic about the concept. Both Spanish and Portuguese will be in the replies. Plus a mash up of Hillary duff and RBD. Plus Hilary's scene on Rebelde. Tu Dulce Voz. Spanish language version
  6. Hilary doesn't think Lizzie McGuire would be pleased to see Paolo on the stalled reboot. She knows Disney owns the franchise and does have final say. But word on the street is. She's willing to go Bankrupt to buy the Lizzie McGuire franchise to give fans what they want.
  7. UPDATE: Hilary Duff says the Lizzie McGuire crew is still working on how to meet Disney in the middle. “There’s still conversations going on in hopes that we can find a way to meet in the middle and both bend a little bit,” she tells People. “I understand that they have to protect their brand and there’s pretty strict guidelines on what that looks like.” “I just have to make sure it’s the right move for me and that I feel like I’m honoring her and the character, and that it will be relatable to the people who grew up with her because those are the people I really want to speak to.” EARLIER: We have a little more insight as to why Disney is putting the Lizzie McGuire reboot on hold. According to THR, "the first episode of the Lizzie McGuire revival acknowledges the existence of *** with cheating as a central plot point." Hilary posted a note asking Disney to move the show to Hulu because she doesn't want it limited to a PG rating. See the note below. In January, the show's creator quit. Production was shut down after filming just two episodes Disney released a statement about the halt: The episodes were too adult for Disney+'s taste. Here's the show's original synopsis: Hilary Duff isn't taking this bump in the road lightly. She posted a screen shot of a story detailing Disney+ cancelling Love, Victor — a spinoff TV series of the 2018 movie Love, Simon — over fears it wasn't "family friendly." At the time of Disney+'s launch, the CEO said: "If they want adult content, they can subscribe to Hulu, and if they want family, there’s Disney+." Hilary said "sounds familiar." It's unclear what the future of LM is. Maybe they'll continue filming and put it on Hulu? Maybe it's done altogether? Were you guys excited for it? Looks like I'm cancelling my Disney+ subscription then
  8. Lindsay Lohan is officially back on the music scene. She nearly broke the Internet () with her new song "Back To Me." Issa bop. During one of her live streams to promote it, someone asked if she'd be down to collaborate with Hilary Duff. It appears the two have buried the hatchet, cause Lindsay agreed! "That would be cool!" "She is amazing!" Do YOU want them to collaborate or nah?
  9. Hilary Duff out here preaching the absolute truth. She's calling out the US government's lack of preparation for a pandemic such as the COVID-19 crisis we in the midst of. "US testing 1,000 people a day for COVID 19. South Korea testing 20,000 ??? Cmon USA, step it up. Many other countries testing very high number of people daily! It's embarrassing that we are not set up for issues like this." Update: Hilary has a few choice words for Millennials who are still going out to party. Stream "Come Clean." Do you agree with Hilary?
  10. Godillary Duff appears in Winnetka Bowling League's new video for "CVS." Her husband Matthew Koma is the lead singer. Hilary isn't shy about saying she's not super motivated to return to music, but it appears her musician hubby is inspiring her. She jumped on a cover of Third Eye Blind's "Never Let You Go" and now this. I interviewed Koma a few years ago before he was with Hilary, so I'm always rooting for him. Check out the new video below. Then go to CVS and buy some useless ****. Thoughts?
  11. Here's leaked footage from the new Lizze McGuire reboot! While Lizzie is on a date with her fiance, Miranda sends her a text saying. "LIZZIE, AARON CARTER HAS AN ONLYFANS! SUBSCRIBE NOW!!" Lizzie rushes home to subscribe to Aaron Carter's Onlyfans and views all his content! It instantly brings back Lizzie's memories with Aaron Carter... Lizzie consumed with lust and nostalgia, drunkenly DM's Aaron with a video message Aaron Carter responds that he would love to catch up over drinks, but Lizzie is conflicted since she is engaged... Will Lizzie flirt with temptation and meet up with Aaron? Find out next week on DIsney+ "Lizzie McGuire"!
  12. Hilary often reminds us she has no plans to release new music, but it appears she's had a little change of heart. The BIBO singer recorded the chorus on a cover of Third Eye Blind's "I'll Never Let You Go" alongside singer-songwriter hubby, Matthew Koma, and RAC. YUP, Hilary is singing Third Eye Blind and all feels right in the world. Duff wasn't originally meant to feature on it, but once she heard Koma and RAC's work, she "weaseled" her way onto the chorus, as she put it. Listen to the full cover below: Do you like it? Hate it? Let us know what you think in the comments!
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