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  1. Since Britney isn’t releasing new music anytime soon I will post in this topic her newest Instagram posts where she is in so we can discuss it 😉
  2. This year has seen ambitious returns from old favorites and groundbreaking debuts from a collection of new artists changing the genre’s look and sound. A new identity for the genre has emerged, and its vision of the future is extraordinary. Here’s the year’s best. 20. The 1975- A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships 19. Barbara Streisand - Walls 18. Anne-Marie - Speak Your Mind 17. Christina Aguilera - Liberation 16. Alessia Cara - The Pains of Growing 15. Charlie Puth - Voicenotes 14. Rita Ora - Phoenix 13. BTS - Love Yourself: Tear 12. Tove Styrke - Sway 11. Kylie Minogue - Golden 10. King Princess - Make My Bed 9. Shawn Mendes - Shawn Mendes 8. Mariah Carey - Caution 7. Troye Sivan - Bloom 6. Hayley Kiyoko - Expectations 5. Cher - Dancing Queen 4. Robyn - Honey 3. Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper - A Star Is Born ST 2. Ariana Grande - Sweetener 1. Camila Cabello - Camila Were they right? wrong? Who was snubbed? https://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-lists/best-pop-albums-2018-ariana-grande-768311/robyn-honey-2-768321/
  3. Choose gays and girls. 1. I Kissed a Girl 2. California Gurls 3. Roar 4. Chained to the Rhythm
  4. I'm not sure whether a thread has been made about this topic yet, but since 2018 is coming to a halt I think it's time to discuss which songs were the most annoying this year. https://open.spotify.com/track/5k38wzpLb15YgncyWdTZE4?si=88tqYLwgReKiSyinMunXBg https://open.spotify.com/track/0s3nnoMeVWz3989MkNQiRf?si=ryT_aPOQSNKAuqYBKGnL1g https://open.spotify.com/track/52okn5MNA47tk87PeZJLEL?si=-4YMhJJZRDCNSSisAsZJgA
  5. Caught Out There Young, Fresh 'N' New Milkshake Bossy Acapella Jerk Ribs
  6. Since Rihanna is a hot topic right now which one of her lead singles is above the rest? Pon De Replay SOS Umbrella Russian Roulette Only Girl (In The World) We Found Love Diamonds Work - Umbrella > WFL > Diamonds > OG > RR > SOS > Work > PDR wow look at all these gems
  7. Albums in the picture: Kate Bush - Hounds of Love; Animal Collective - Merriweather Post Pavilion; Lana del Rey - Born to Die; FKA Twigs - LP1; Big Black - Atomizer; They Might Be Giants - Flood; Grimes - Visions; Talking Heads - Remain in Light; Radiohead - OK Computer; Allie X - Collxtion II; The Velvet Underground - The Velvet Underground & Nico; David Byrne - Feelings; St. Vincent - St. Vincent; Beck - Sea Change; Fiona Apple - Tidal; The Shins - The Worm's Heart; Tame Impala - Currents; Björk - Post Thought of making this thread for those who like their music less mainstream, be it old or new.
  8. The title says it all! Which single/album cover slayed the living F out of you?
  9. The very first artist I've looked up to was Ke$ha. She was HUGE in 2011 when I was around 12. I absolutely LOVED her back then, I was introduced to English songs thanks to Kesha tbh. But the first artist I've STANNED was Lady Gaga. OMG, I was IN LOVE with her. She was amazing back then. Everyone was talking about her. I remember I didn't sleep for a whole day because I was waiting for ARTPOP to drop. Glorious times... It's a shame that we don't have any pop girls as impactful as Gaga anymore. The new pop girls are BORING. In fact, I believe this is why the pop music is DEAD rn. 2008 - 2014 were such great years for pop music, I can't
  10. well we've discussed Ariana's best leads so now let's see which of Gaga's lead singles COP stans the most imo, Applause> Bad Romance> Just Dance> Perfect Illusion> Shallow> Born This Way
  11. Hey guys found something cool! Post your most played of 2018 which spotify mixs up for you. https://spotifywrapped.com/en/ Mines a lie and half because I know I dont listen to that much Nicki but eh
  12. This thread is dedicated to all the R&B lovers on Church Of Pop where you can discuss anything related to the genre (as shown below) - Artists - The Genre Itself - New Music - Albums/EP's/Mixtapes - Style anything else you want to discuss that's also related to the genre are also welcome to this thread (Neo Soul & Alternative artists can be mentioned here too since both these genres can sometimes fall into the R&B category) Since COP is mainly about pop artists and most R&B artists don't get talked about a lot here I want to show more variety to members who have a different taste in music Enjoy this thread and happy discussing
  13. Hands down it has got to be Take That! Their music has slayed countless generations for 30 years They are one of very few bands to have a very successful, very big, long-lasting comeback. Their music is incredible and has cross appeal Also, Howard and Robbie are gorgeous Who does everyone else think the best boyband is? If anyone says One Direction
  14. Rank; Act; Total Gross; Total Attendance; Number of Shows 1; Ed Sheeran; $429,491,502; 4,800,441; 99 2; Taylor Swift; $315,186,362; 2,636,355; 48 3; Beyoncé and Jay-Z; $253,514,983; 2,177,049; 48 4; Bruno Mars; $237,770,168; 1,929,456; 100 5; Pink; $180,402,074; 1,271,730; 88 6; Justin Timberlake; $149,277,272; 1,175,216; 76 7; U2; $119,203,900; 840,151; 55 8; The Rolling Stones; $117,844,618; 750,874; 14 9; Kenny Chesney; $114,333,176; 1,298,089; 42 10; Journey & Def Leppard; $97,095,894; 1,003,198; 60 11; Eagles; $93,454,297; 574,721; 34 12; Drake; $81,446,702; 693,189; 44 13; Depeche Mode; $78,804,765; 926.682; 54 14; Foo Fighters; $77,750,695; 930,310; 47 15; Celine Dion; $76,465,107; 376,431; 51 16; Billy Joel; $70,227,385; 589,813; 24 17; Luke Bryan; $67,572,102; 935,668; 50 18; Luis Miguel; $64,935,983; 612,818; 72 19; Harry Styles; $61,073,923; 774,473; 65 20; Dead & Company; $56,220,873; 689,783; 42 21; Andre Rieu; $55,933,149; 640,284; 88 22; Elton John; $55,387,328; 351,817; 45 23; Shania Twain; $52,587,060; 630,44; 55 24; Trans-Siberian Orchestra; $50,228,977; 864,132; 86 25; Jay-Z; $45,496,805; 401,921; 30 Billboard's Year-End Boxscore charts are based on engagements that played between Nov. 1, 2017 and Oct. 31, 2018 2018 Top Tour by Genre Genre; Act; Total Gross Country; Kenny Chesney; $114,333,176 Latin; Luis Miguel; $64,935,983 Pop; Ed Sheeran; $429,491,502 R&B/Hip-Hop: Beyoncé and Jay-Z; $253,514,983 Rock; U2; $119,203,900 https://www.billboard.com/articles/events/year-in-music-2018/8488851/touring-charts-year-ed-sheeran-tops-taylor-swift-beyonce
  15. Thought this might be interesting to see personally UK Charts > Dildoboard but stans who like rap probably prefer Dildoboard, let's see 2016 2017 2018
  16. I mean, most of her old songs were 4-6 minutes long. As her releases went on, the music length shortened and now it's usually 3-4 minutes long. Did she do this to appeal to the newer generations? Who have had their attention span reduced by phones/computers etc.
  17. If not it's definitely ONE OF the biggest bops released this year, I can't believe legends BLACKPINK saved Dual Peep!!!
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