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  1. It was registered this morning on Genius. B-girl is registered as the lead singer with Kim as the featured artist. It was produced by Aaron Joseph and Guess Who? MAX MARTIN!!!! Max Martin of course produced "Baby One More Time," "Lucky," "Cinderella," "3," "Criminal," "I Will Be There," "Seal It With A Kiss," "Inside Out" and "Stronger." The Glory re-release is said to have two new songs along with the "Mood Ring" remixes. We know for sure one of the new ones is "Swimming in the Stars." Is this the second? We’ll shall see I guess.... UPDATE: It’s starting to leak... allegedly. The clip can be found and sorta sounds legit. Take this with a grain of salt. Related: * It's worth pointing out that Britney Spears is not actively working right now. It's unclear whether she has any idea this release is happening right now or not. *
  2. Kim Petras added a new song to Turn Off The Light titled "Party Till I Die." Like the rest of the songs, it's an infectious, electro-banger with a few hooks that you can sink your teeth into. Kim went on a live stream and revealed she had plans to drop Volume III of TOTL, but because of the pandemic decided to wait until next year. Thoughts on Kim's new tune?
  3. This is the full interview: And here you can see only the part where she says that she taught herself English by listening to Britney: Link
  4. Kygo and Kim Petras teamed up for a new collaboration titled "Broken Glass." In the video, a glamorous Kim serves up her flavor of femme fatale as she battles to thrive in a post-apocalyptic world. The track is pretty catchy, too. How do we feel about this, Exhale? Btw she also performed on Jimmy Kimmel.
  5. 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.
  6. Dr. Luke's reputation is in the bin amidst his ongoing legal battle with Kesha, who accuses him of ****** abuse. She, along with Kim Petras and Doja Cat, are currently signed to Luke's label, Kemosabe Records, a subsidiary of Sony Music/RCA. Luke is the producer behind Doja Cat's new #1 song, "Say So." Doja actually expressed in the past wanting to be rid of Luke, but he just helped her achieve a career milestone. There's no denying he is talented, but there's a real possibility he's a monster. However, Kesha's claims have never been proven in a court of law (a sad road block to justice many women and men who've been ******** abused encounter). “The guy’s a genius,” Britney Spears and Kim Petras' manager, Larry Rudolph, tells Variety. “He’s incredible at what he does and always has been. He got into an ugly and unfortunate public situation with an artist — but it’s not like his talent went away.” Another top industry insider said, “Luke’s an ---hole. Everybody knows it, but I don’t think he’s a ******.” Luke produced a lot of songs off Britney's Femme Fatale album. He also plays a heavy hand in shaping Kim's budding pop career. Pretty much every song she's released was produced by him (under the pseudonym MADE IN CHINA). I once asked Kim in an interview if she'd like to comment on the Luke allegations, and she plead the fifth. However, the Internet will NOT let Kim forget she's working with an alleged ****** predator. Luke is literally brought up every time Kim posts something new or conducts an interview - the comments go IN on her. Why doesn't Doja Cat get that same backlash? I have seen some outrage regarding Doja and Luke, but not in the same way it's been aimed at Kim. It feels like the world of music celebrated Doja Cat's #1 with Nicki Minaj and few cared to point out that behind the hit is someone potentially ominous. Variety's new headline even says he's back despite hiding in plain sight. Why do you think that is? And are you able to separate Dr. Luke the producer from Dr. Luke the alleged abuser? Can you listen to songs he creates without the thoughts of his Kesha lawsuit coming to mind? Sound off. Related:
  7. Kim Petras released a music video for her new song "Malibu." It features cameos from Paris Hilton, Demi Lovato, Jonathan Van Ness, Jessie J, Charli XCX, Madelaine Petsch, Todrick Hall, Pablo Vittar, Loren Gray, Aly & AJ, Aquaria, Nikita Dragun, Dorian Electra, Brittany Bronski, Bowen Yang, Slayyyter, Daniel Preda, Teddy Quinlaven, Chester Lockhart, Benny Drama and Amanda Lepore. Iss cute. Are we here for new Kim, Exhale?
  8. Rising pop sensation, Kim Petras, says she's switching up her sound. She opened up to Hollywood Life about her forthcoming Coachella performance (pending it doesn't get cancelled like Ultra in Miami did). “I want to just like jam pack it with the best of. I might have a new song or something. I’m definitely going to do stuff that I’ve never done. It’s a one-time only thing.” She added: “I’m just going to try and have it sound a little different from anything that I’ve done and go somewhere completely else… that’s like saying nothing, but it’s saying a lot.” Not sure how I feel about this. I think Kim is an amazing artist. She deserves more recognition from the GP. Generally speaking, her sound is relatively new still. There are far more people who have yet to discover her than not. I think she should continue to lean into the guilty pleasure pop bops. However, I also understand that artists need to continually evolve or they'll lose their fire. What do you guys think? Any Kim Petras fans in Exhale? Also, I have yet to go to Coachella
  9. Any Kim stans here? I know it's problematic she works with Dr. Luke, but she always makes good pop songs. Kim just dropped a song titled "105." It samples "99 Luftballons" by German singer, Nena. Kim is also German. She captioned the song, "don't listen to this." Listen
  10. Kim always comes through with the bops. Thoughts on "Reminds Me?"
  11. Love me some Kim Petras. Cool that she'll be a lot more visible thanks to Camila's tour. Thought there's buzz the Romance tour has lukewarm sales. Thoughts?
  12. KIM PETRAS HAS UNLEASHED ‘CLARITY’ IN FULL. A. Camp. Aign. Kim Petras dropped her new body of work basically one song at a time until the entire thing was available to stream. An ingenious tactic because it forces fans to pay special attention to each song individually over the course of two months versus the traditional 3-4 promo singles route and then the final project. We have intimate knowledge of every song now, and each soundtracked a different week of our 2019. There were a couple of gems she saved for today’s debut, including “Icy” and “Meet The Parents.” Kim tapped infamous producer Dr. Luke for the album. Though his name resides in the darker corners of the Internet, there’s no denying he’s talented. Obviously Kim’s vocals are gleaming throughout Clarity, but the production is next-level. Though Kim has a huge story to tell – she’s an out and proud transgender woman – Clarity doesn’t necessarily dive into anything too deep. Instead, it’s layered with guilty pleasure pop songs that are designed to bop along to. Not only does the listener get a chance to escape from everyday life with Clarity, but so does Kim. It’s a notion that she hammered home in our interview together, but she wants you to know she takes her career very seriously. “Some people think I’m just this blonde, pop puppet. I’m an independent artist and I’m in charge of everything I do,” she told us. “I really care deeply.” Kim added: “the last year has really given me confidence as an artist to try more things, to be even more experimental, and put out even bigger songs. I really think that having a fanbase gave me a lot of confidence in myself and, before that, I didn’t know if anybody would even want to listen to me. I feel really supported now. I think that’s the best thing that has happened to me. I really feel like I found myself, thanks to my music and my fans.” Listen to the new record below:
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