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  1. Even though Britney is obviously the biggest star of this century, I think there were still some singers or groups who were close to the popularity, success and media coverage like Britney. I'd say Miley and Justin Bieber were close. Miley was an international popstar by the time she was 15-16 and had the biggest disney show to date and also did the good girl gone bad persona like Britney. While Justin became a popstar around the same time and took over the pop world. They both are controversial yet popular just like how Britney was. What do you guys think? Which star do you think had a close prime to Britney?
  2. Initially slated for release back in March but delayed due to the pandemic, British pop band Steps dropped their new single “What the Future Holds” last Monday. It’s the lead single from their upcoming sixth studio album of the same name. The music video for the track dropped on Friday and has been receiving rave reviews from fans and critics alike. The song, penned by none other than Sia, topped the UK iTunes chart within an hour of its release, with the album pre-order following suit by the following day. Best known for their fan-friendly dance routines (hence the name Steps) and hits such as “Tragedy,” “One For Sorrow,” “Deeper Shade of Blue,” and the line-dancing classic “5, 6, 7, 8,” the band, who were a huge staple in European pop music back in the late 90’s and early 00’s (and even toured with Britney) made a huge comeback in 2017 for their 20th anniversary, with a sell-out UK tour and comeback album “Tears on the Dancefloor.” “What the Future Holds” has been three years in the making and is set to be a continuation of their last album, utilising their established sound and bringing it into 2020. It sees them reunite with writers such as Fiona Bevan (One Direction, Lewis Capaldi), Ina Wroldsen (Shakira, Britney Spears) and Karl Twigg (who worked on their first three albums) plus experiment with songs written by the likes of Greg Kurstin (Adele, Beyonce), Hannah Robinson (Kylie) and new pop shape-shifters such as Gracey and MNEK. The album drops November 27th and you can pre-order it here via their official store. There are various bundles across a variety of formats including signed CDs, pink vinyl and cassette tape (how very 90's). Watch the video for “What the Future Holds” below and stream on Spotify! I've also posted "The Best of Steps" playlist for anyone who maybe isn't familiar with their back catalogue of bops.
  3. JoJo is sort of underrated imo, so I thought I'd make an appreciation thread for her Which songs do you like by her?
  4. After teasing “💎” on social media for weeks, Shania Twain made an appearance on Friday’s edition of Good Morning America to announce a new Super-Deluxe Diamond Edition of her 1995 album “The Woman In Me.” The album spawned a whopping 7 singles including the timeless toe-tappers “Any Man of Man, “You Win My Love,” “Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under?” and “(If You're Not in It for Love) I'm Outta Here!” kickstarting her popularity and paving the way for her eventual country-pop crossover and global domination just a few years later. In this new edition, the classic album has been expertly remastered and expanded to include single versions, remixes, live versions and isolated vocal versions of the tracks we all know so well. She performed live acoustic versions of “Any Man of Mine“ and “That Don’t Impress Me Much” on GMA this morning, watch the performances below... “The Woman in Me, Super Deluxe Diamond Edition” drops October 2nd and is available to pre-order in various formats from today! Shania also recently teamed up with Orville Peck for his latest album, check out my thread about that below...
  5. Shania Twain teamed up with Orville Peck on "Legends Never Die" from the masked singer's latest EP "Show Pony." “I cannot thank Shania enough for being part of this; she has always been a hero of mine and her music made me feel so empowered growing up,” commented Peck in a statement. “As cliché as it sounds, recording with her and getting to get up on stage and sing with her in Nashville is a dream come true. No words really.” Shania looks incredible in the music video, dressed from the neck down in leopard print, reminiscent of her look in 1998's "That Don't Impress Me Much," as the duo perform to an enthusiastic drive-in crowd. Watch the clip below. What do y'all think? Related:
  6. Anitta is coming with fire in her eyes for the international market! After 5 Latin GRAMMYs nominations and being praised by Madonna, Snoop Dogg and J Balvin for her work on pop, urban and latin music, the "Girl From Rio" is preparing her first album with a new label, Warner Records, and it promises to be her biggest move till the date. Since she signed with Brandon Silverstein and S10 (Normani and Bazzi's managers), the Brazilian supreme star is taking all of the steps for a U.S debut, including a big project produced by Ryan Tedder (yes, that Ryan Tedder) and a solo concert at Coachella's main stage, that was delayed due to COVID-19 pandemic. But she's here to serve and it didn't stop her, as her lead single, the feminist anthem "Me Gusta", is confirmed for August. Let's check what else she has on hands for us: - The lead-single, "Me Gusta": Registered in the beginning of the year and with its music video recorded in February in Salvador, the same Brazilian city that Michael Jackson recorded the iconic "They Don't Care About Us", this bop will bring a mix of two genres (Brazilian funk+Pagodão baiano) in spanglish, being her most risky single ever. The song talks about female empowerment and already has a snippet going on the internet. The music video will bring a fashion show produced by Nicola Formichetti, who worked on Lady Gaga's Haus Labs. She also confirmed that her team is waiting the pandemic to set down for recording the music videos for the next singles. - The album, "Girl From Rio": Anitta teased this name as a song confirmed on the album (in reference to the iconic Brazilian 60s smash "The Girl From Ipanema") and her favorite possible title, matching with the theme she wants for it, female empowerment and her childhood's stories. She promises to bring all the Carnival vibes for a pop record, with tons of Brazilian tastes, as baile funk, samba and bossa nova, defining it as her best work ever and the one she has more proud of. You must have seen some rumors about some artists like Miley Cyrus, ROSALÍA and Nicki Minaj joining her for it, but, in fact, she said that probably there will be only 2 collabs, "Me Gusta" and "Tócame". The good news are that she confirmed a song ready to be released with Cardi B and others with "huge female singers". Besides that, she has an A+ List team working with her for the LP. We already have names like Ryan Tedder, Pharrell Williams, Sam Smith, The Monsters and Strangerz, Stargate, Sky Rompiendo and The Stereotypes. The Brazilian flavor is in the hands of Papatinho, ÀTTØØXXÁ and Tropkillaz. If you want to get to know more about the Brazilian icon, watch her doc series on Netflix, "Vai Anitta" and keep your eyes on her next songs!
  7. Syd Silvair conjures a world where disco meets modern witchcraft, where divination oscurs atop a lush palette of danceable art-pop. "Reverie" captures the spirit of a moonlit disco. The 4 song EP marks a strong opening for the musician and mystic, whose divine energy seeps into every song. Her work is inspired by her fascination with tarot and the narratives of each card. Apple Music: https://music.apple.com/us/album/reverie-ep/1503187583 YouTube Music: https://music.youtube.com/playlist?list=OLAK5uy_nwVqbCHsVVzBygVuYopcLGqb2YBm6E9Bg Spotify: Tidal: https://www.tidal.com/browse/album/134606342
  8. As far as I can see, Exhale is filled with users from all over the world, which is so beautiful - I live for a multicultural platform. So in that spirit, I would love to hear some of the best artists (according to you) from your own country, singing in your native language You can share more than one song if you wish. I'll start, here are two of my fave artists from Serbia: And since I'm motivated by @Roxxy , I could create a Spotify playlist of all the songs we've shared here so we can all bop
  9. Similar to my R&B thread, I love pop music from the 90s/2000s, what are some of your fave pop songs from these eras? Here are some of mine:
  10. LETS ALL STREAM AND BUY TAMAR'S ALBUM ON ITUNES TO SHOW OUR SUPPORT! Get Tamar's Last Album Bluebird of Happiness to #1 on iTunes!
  11. Thomkat

    Fever Ray

    I’ve never seen Fever Ray on Exhale before. Maybe I’ve missed it, but I wanted to shine a light on this incredibly dope, weird, and massively talented artist. Fever Ray is the solo project of Karin Elisabeth Dreijer, former one-half of the electronic music outfit, The Knife. The knife, a brother-sister duo, went on to pick up a slew of awards overseas, including Pop Group of the Year, Song of the Year for Heartbeats, Best Album of the Year as well as Best Pop Album for Silent Shout, Best Video, and many more. Eventually, Karin stepped away to create and develop their own sound, image, and brand, giving birth to Fever Ray. For this post, I want to focus on their latest release, Plunge. First, let me be clear that Fever Ray is NOT everyone’s cup of tea. No great artist is. But Karin is a FORCE. And their vision is undeniable. The album rollout for Plunge was insane. Sleek, freaky, extravagant, over-the-top content. It felt very Pop, but with a razor-sharp edge. The Album Films and Music Videos, helped to create a very visceral, very bizarre world, seemingly wrung from some dark corner of Karin’s mind. But most importantly, it’s playful. There’s a kind of frenetic joy to this particular body of work that works so well and helps to soften the experience, and while often creepy and even unsettling for some, the project never quite loses it’s sense of humor. During this time, Karin, recently divorced, was also coming out as non-binary (preferring they/them pronouns) and rediscovering their sexuality while finding their place within the LGBTQ community. This personal journey of freedom, discovery, and sexual liberation is what lies at the core of Plunge. It’s also by it’s very nature, a fierce and flamboyant act of rebellion. I hope at least one of you enjoys the journey 😁 And then maybe we can get into Fever Ray’s iconic self-titled debut. 😉 Have fun
  12. My fave song is Crazy For You by Madonna. I just love how romantic and sweet it is; it's DEFINITELY a song to play on a date or when you're gonna have ***. 80's Madonna was the best! What about you guys? What's your fave song of all time?
  13. Hi, everyone! My friend and I are thinking of starting a music blog, and I want to make sure something like this doesn't already exist first, so please let me know if it does in any form! I'm obviously a huge pop fan, and he's into more niche artists, so we want to take turns reviewing music the other person likes (and offer both of our perspectives on new releases). Examples of things I would have him react to include Britney's unreleased tracks/B-sides (Mona Lisa, the Rebellion snippet, etc.), the Spice Girls' solo music, and Kylie Minogue's music in general (we're in America, and she's not as well-known here). What are your thoughts? Does this sound like a blog you'd wanna follow? Any particular artists/bodies of work you'd like reviewed? Would anyone be interested in occasionally contributing to it? Lmk!
  14. Hey, first time making any type of content but had a few gins (yes millenial) and listening to music in bed before work. Wanted to know whats your favourite bonus tracks from studio albums. Now I'm a huge fan of all things cheese, eurovision, europop etc (til it's gone is my jam) here are my top 3 bonus tracks (at this current time) 1) Britney - before the goodbye 2) madonna - Addicted 3) Madonna - Graffiti heart
  15. So i have recently been inspired from 2 great exhalers ( @MrPieceOfMe and @ILikeChillinWithYou) for having created this game. Throughout the years of the 2010s many albums by female artist have been released that have left their mark in the industry. So according to you, which was the pop perfection album that defines the 2010s. So the rulers are pretty simple! There will be 5 rounds (might extend if there’s an increase of popularity) Female pop albums released this decade will be choosen and competed against To make the game more intense, I will put it into slots as a 1v1 I hope you guys have fun (Please not albums like Melodrama, Beyoncé and Golden hours aren’t included as they r alternative, Rnb and country)
  16. Hello everyone, did this a while ago just for fun, honoring the queen. Hope everyone enjoys it. Britney will always be my goddess and inspiration. https://www.byqueiroz.com/animation-9
  17. In 2011 Kylie (the only one that matters) Minogue, went on tour with one of the most spectacular and well received shows of the last decade. It had a high-scale production, beautiful costumes, magnificent props, live vocals, great stage presence and still she remains one of the most humble, genuine, unproblematic and underrated pop divas in the scene. At 43 years old she was capable of putting on a great show, with a strong concept (Greek and Roman mythology), thirty water jets, a tilted platform, Dolce & Gabbana outfits, dancers and aerial performers. I hope I'm not giving you new information and just refreshing memories, but if this wasn't the case, I'll link down some pics, highlight performances and the full show, so you can enjoy. Also, stream Kylie's Aphrodite album for good luck and clear skin, xoxo
  18. Share music from around the world old or new a new sound to introduce members over here to something new.. This is From Nigeria and was a huge hit back then .. lets try to choose songs that are not too main stream
  19. Foxes has returned with her first new track in four years, Love Not Loving You, and coming off the highs of her previous work, such as Youth, Amazing, and White Coats, I am stoked to be getting something new from her. Glorious, Holding onto Heaven, and Youth were three of my favorite songs in 2014, with heartfelt lyrical content, great production, solid song- writing skills, and a real sense of yearning she learned how to manifest. The new track sounds similar to the lead single from her 2016 album, Body Talk (off All I Need), but with a more care-free, invigorated lyric, supported by a matching sound. Foxes is deserving of headlining success as much as most of the big pop acts, but it's a matter of connecting with people and good fortune. Her greatest asset, in my opinion, is the sense of yearning she inflects into her songs, like Youth. She writes her own lyrics, and while that isn't important for every artist, it shows in her delivery. On Youth every bit of the uncertainty of our life's path, and desire to make something of it, comes through with her inflection, which effectively imparts feeling, pauses in the lyric to allow the moment to breathe, and choices to drag out some of the words to emphasize meaning. Much of her music has some bit of sadness incorporated into it, but on tracks like Amazing she creates the most exuberant sound you can imagine, filled with all the adrenaline of falling in love. And on the new track she's giving us some of that energy, but off the adrenaline of leaving someone behind lolol. It doesn't sound like a breakup song, it's more of a ode to the freedom we feel when we get to the place in our minds where we are determined to leave the sadness of a split behind and can move on without turning back. Give the new song a listen, and if it's not your cup and you're not familiar with her, go sample Youth, Cruel, or White Coats. Anyone else enjoying the new song? Video a la Picasso collage out now! And on another throwback to the earlier part of the decade we are getting new Disclosure with the guy that gets no credits from When a Fire Starts to Burn tomorrow, and it sounds like something off Settle, their house masterpiece, so check that out tomorrow too 🤗 And does anyone know who the WAFSTB guy is? I still don't.
  20. As a self-proclaimed 30’s Gay, I have to admit a lot of the current ‘Pop’ music trends don’t interest me. (Don’t Come for me just yet, I’m not shading your faves). Growing up in a strictly religious home, and feeling consistently out of place, or never quite right, I connected to Hayley Williams early on, and fell in love my Freshman year of college, when RIOT! was released. Something about the angsty, pint sized vixen was just so endearing. She was a little bit mis-understood, she was in pain, maybe a little bit tortured, but she was determined to get the last laugh. As the years went on for Paramore, their creativity shifted, the band had their ups and downs... but I always Loved Hayley’s song-writing, and the maturity that grew into it. For years I’ve wondered what a solo album from Hayley might sound like— and it appears it was worth the wait. Now, it’s just an opinion, but I think Hayley Williams just delivered some of, if not THE best music of her career. I also think it’s one of the best albums to be released this year so far. I knew from the moment I first heard ‘Simmer’ that this record was going to pack an emotional punch. The song was brimming with dark vibes over that pulsating, dark node. What I was presently surprised by was how unique the collection would be. For the ‘Pop’ enthusiasts out there, Hayley doesn’t disappoint. Songs like ‘My Friend’, ‘Dead Horse’, ‘Over Yet’ and ‘Sudden Desire’ pack all the experimental pop vibes you could hope for in this COVID-19 state of mind we’re all in, well others like ‘Cinnamon’, ‘Simmer’ and ‘Why We Ever’ take a deeper dive into Williams’ post-divorce psyche. Call it catharsis, call it introspective..... Petals for Amor is an album you shouldn’t miss. Thoughts? Also y’all, this is my first “Topic” in Exhale. Give a guy some likes!!!!! Hayley Williams @ YouTube Petals For Armor — Apple Music
  21. Hi everyone This is the first time I create a topic here so I hope it won't flop I have more free time now (as probably majority of us ) and I want to use this time to expand my cultural horizons. I watch movies and read books I never had time for. I also try to discover great new music. It struck me that even though the whole world knows the greatest hits of Madonna, MJ, Britney etc., there are hundreds or thousands of iconic songs and artists that are known only to people from a particular country. Just imagine how many great songs we miss, because we don't live in a certain place or do not speak certain language. So here is my idea, which I hope will expand musical horizons of many of us: I want to encourage all of us who is not from US or UK (and I think that we have here people from all around the world) to share their native pop royalty attaching some of their most iconic songs which we think the rest of us will be slayed by. I think that 3 songs per artist would be not too little and not too much. I think that their should be 5 categories: 1. QUEEN OF POP 2. KING OF POP 3. PRINCESS / PRINCE OF POP 4. THE GREATEST BAND 5. THE MOST POPULAR ARTIST CURRENTLY I hope that you will like the idea and at least some users will participate I know that majority of songs will not be in English and therefore won't be understood properly but let's give them a chance and appreciate them. And let's share some great and iconic music!
  22. Jimmy Fallon caught up with the current Prince of Latin X music, Maluma! Check it out
  23. Let's look at the facts: Record sales were at an all-time high so that means people were interested. The 90s and early 2000s was the only era where practically every major musical genre was thriving. We saw the rise of genres like pop, electronica, neo-soul, techno, house, trance, country-pop, teen-oriented music, sampling in hip-hop, chipmunk soul, latin pop, pop-punk, post-grunge, britpop and SO much more. EDM was literally birthed in the 90s. We saw once-in-a-lifetime artists like Eminem, Britney Spears, Mariah Carey, Madonna, Missy Elliott, Janet Jackson, Alanis Morissette, blink-182, Green Day, 2Pac, Notorious B.I.G., Lil' Kim, TLC, Avril Lavigne, No Doubt, Coldplay, Smashing Pumpkins, Radiohead, JAY-Z, Bjork, Beyonce, NSYNC, BSB, Spice Girls, Fiona Apple, Erykah Badu and so many more lay the platform for the modern age of music and release acclaimed works of art in their respective genres that continue to be celebrated today. We had the rise of mega-producers like Max Martin, The Neptunes, Timbaland, Kanye West, Just Blaze, Babyface and Rodney Jerkins who all played a major role and influence in music that continues to stand the test of time. In addition to a diverse music scene, there was also a huge demand in music film and video. I'd argue and say the majority of the greatest music videos of the last 40 years were birthed around the Y2K era. Abstract visuals, intricacy, and big-budget projects that you rarely see anymore like nowadays where artists are filming their videos on iPhones. Festivals like Lillith Fair and Coachella also came to light around that era; Coachella being arguably the biggest music festival of the last decade. So, what do you guys think? Were the mid-to-late 90s and early 2000s the greatest era in music? If not, what was? Discuss.
  24. Hi yall it me, the tasteless boi and this time i came to anger you with album battle. so apparently a lot of you love panic at the disco and I remembered brit and p!tad released albums 2 months apart .( BOTH IN 2013) they both share a similar (i mean both of them have a general concept of pop/(light) rock-) "EDM" sound so lets start: 1. This is Gospel vs Alien 2. Miss Jackson vs Work Bich 3.Vegas Lights vs Perfume 4.Girl that you Love vs It Should Be Easy 5.Nicotine vs Tik Tik Boom 6. Girls/Girls/Boys vs Body Ache 7. Casual Affair vs Til It's Gone 8.Far Too Young To Die vs Passenger 9. Collar Full vs Chillin' With You 10.The End Of All Things vs Don't Cry 11.Can't Fight Against The Youth vs Brightest Morning Star 12.All The Boys vs Hold On Tight 13.This Is Gospel (Piano Version) vs Now That I Found You love you all xoxo
  25. Born2Die

    Meme Thread

    A funny meme brightens my mood and with this stressful time, I thought it would fun to share some memes that we find funny. So if you want, share Exhale! This brought light to my day
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