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Homojénik

Cardi B spent more weeks at #1 than Britney Spears. Why?

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Cardi B: 

Bodak Yellow: 3 weeks at #1

I Like It: 1 week at #1

Girls Like You: 7 weeks at #1

Total: 11 weeks at #1 on Billboard Hot 100. 

 

Britney Spears: 

Baby One More Time: 2 weeks at #1

S&M: 1 week at #1

Womanizer: 1 week at #1

3: 1 week at #1

Hold it Against Me: 1 week at #1

Total: 6 weeks at #1 on Billboard Hot 100

 

Why is this the case? But FOMOS told me Britney has achieved so much in 20 years and she was untouchable. How did Cardi#1 outperform her in LESS than a year? 

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Discuss and keep it cute!

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Guest eevee

cuz britney was always more successful as a tabloid white trailer trash celebrity than a pop singer

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Y'all think this is a drag when it just proves that #1's don't really mean as much as stans make them out to be :wendyw:

Britney may not have #1's but Baby One More Time is one of the most ICONIC songs of all time, and so are Oops I Did It Again, Toxic and many of her other hits that weren't #1.

And ofc streaming has made it easy to get a #1 too, Britney's impact is far more superior than Cardi's and I love both so there's really no correlation to be discussed here :rly:

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The real question is why do you care? Cardi will never be as iconic as Britney, and  also we don't know that she'll even have a career as long as Britney has. Also Britney is a pop girl and Cardi is a rapper, I'm just wondering why you chose to pit these two artists of different genres against one another it seems random.

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16 hours ago, Homojénik said:

 

Taste is subjective though. 

:zendayaokay:

 

Almost everything is but we shouldn’t fall for relativism, there’s a general notion of great taste, just like there’s a general notion about good vs bad etc 

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