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  2. Gaga dropping hits

    well, now he can say lady gaga signed and dropped artpop for him (literally)
  3. The most beautiful girl in Pop music

    queens, btw

    Taylor Swift on Ellen Taylor Swift appeared on Ellen this afternoon for a performance of "New Year's Day", a single taken off her album reputation. Although it was revealed that no promotion is lined up for the song, Taylor chose to perform it instead of other track on the record due to the daytime nature of the show, making it more suited for the situation. After Ellen briefly announced Taylor, the corridors slid open to reveal a very simple but delicate setting. The stage had a black piano and a few light bulbs ringing it, hanging from the roof in different heights. The lightning was basically coming from the lamps, creating a very intimate atmosphere for the performance. The singer was wearing a silver-foiled hooded sweatshirt alongside over-the-knee heeled boots, her hair done in a slightly wave style just like she's usually sporting out on appearances this era. She began singing the first verse while playing the piano as on "There's glitter on the floor after the party / Girls carrying their shoes down in the lobby / Candle wax and Polaroids on the hardwood floor / You and me from the night before". Her vocals set forth a sense of vulnerability and sooth, and in that moment you wouldn't see Taylor just as a singer, but also as a passionate songwriter pouring her feelings onto the lyrics. She continued on the chorus, "Don’t read the last page / But I stay when you're lost and I'm scared and you’re turning away / I want your midnights / But I'll be cleaning up bottles with you on New Year's Day". From times to times she smiled to the audience and faced the camera, asserting herself of facial expressions to emphasize her emotions. The performance was very sweet and basically rolled out the same during the rest of the song. However, being it a piano performance, it was clear that Taylor tried her best to avoid making it something boring and flat. Whilst she was singing the last verses, "Please don't ever become a stranger whose laugh I could recognize anywhere / Please don't ever become a stranger whose laugh I could recognize anywhere", the lamps began turning off, one by one, and when she wrapped up the entire thing the last bulb wiped off. The audience then applauded and Ellen went to the stage as the bulbs turned on once again, reminding everyone to purchase reputation and get tickets to the tour. reputation is out now
  5. Charli XCX | Pop 2


    After announcing the North American dates of her Reputation World Tour a few weeks ago, Taylor Swift has finally made the tickets available for purchase. The only-stadium tour begins on May 8 in Glendale, United States, and is set to end its first round of concerts on Arlington, by the end of August.
  7. CREATE A LABEL: SEASON 4 | Discussion Thread

    Yes! Just change the password to anything easy and PM me please I change it later
  8. CREATE A LABEL: SEASON 4 | Discussion Thread

    Thank you so much! Do you plan on using their Twitter account for another artist?
  9. yes, i think it's the only good part of the song
  10. The song was set to be released tomorrow according to music streaming service Deezer, but it leaked online today and it was released on Spotify this morning. It is the third song to be released off Charli's POP 2 mixtape, the previous ones being "I Got It" (feat. Tove Lo, ALMA) and "Unlock It" (feat Kim Petras, Jay Park); the full mixtape is available this Friday, December 15. Personally I hated it and likes the previous singles better. But Pabllo's verse is wonderful.
  11. CREATE A LABEL: SEASON 4 | Discussion Thread

    @Starboy I've seen you dropped AlunaGeorge, is she available? If so, I'd like to change Elizabeth Gillies to AlunaGeorge, please.

    Taylor Swift - ...Ready For It? (Teaser) Taylor Swift has released a teaser of her upcoming music video for "...Ready For It?". The video will be officially released this Friday, December 15, but you can watch the teaser right now via her personal YouTube channel. It's unknown if the song will become her next single or if the music video is just a form of promotion to avoid phasing out the buzz surrounding the reputation era.