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Jenna

Lorde is better than Lana. Why?

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Lorde at 20, had a #1 hit, won two Grammys & had two critically acclaimed masterpieces of an albums & they both sound different from eachother.

Lana is 33, on her 5th album, 0 Grammys, 0 hits, uses the same sound for every album.

Why?

 

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1 minute ago, Jenna said:

Lorde at 20, had a #1 hit, won two Grammys & had two critically acclaimed masterpieces of an albums & they both sound different from eachother.

Lana is 33, on her 5th album, 0 Grammys, 0 hits, uses the same sound for every album.

Why?

Oh so #6 on hot 100 isnt a hit

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1 minute ago, Jenna said:

Lorde at 20, had a #1 hit, won two Grammys & had two critically acclaimed masterpieces of an albums & they both sound different from eachother.

Lana is 33, on her 5th album, 0 Grammys, 0 hits, uses the same sound for every album.

Why?

Video Games and Summertime Sadness were huge

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1 minute ago, scorn said:

I like you as a member so I'm going to ignore this but come on, "same sound"

have you LISTENED to her albums

I've heard BTD & Ultraviolence. They were excellent.

Paradise & Honeymoon were eh. The singles from LFL are bad too.

Just my opinion. Don't take it seriously. Love you queen. :cuca5: 

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Just now, Believe In Furler said:

Lorde isn't boring and depressing and Lana doesn't have the creative mind like Lorde does

"creative mind"

do you realize that pure heroine literally cites lana as her influences and most critics said she pulled a bit too heavily

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Lorde is way more talented and is also much more mature. She has grown so much as a person from Pure Heroine to Melodrama and it's evident in her music. Lana, however, refuses to grow and has been writing the same song for the entirety of her career. I do feel Born to Die and Ultraviolence were deserving of more recognition from the industry, though, since the former is a modern classic with a lot of impact and the latter is a cult classic.  

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