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2020.09.15 05:49 autobuzzfeedbot 14 Really Famous Songs People Never Realized Were About Celebrities

  1. "Something" by the Beatles, "Layla" by Derek and the Dominoes, and "Wonderful Tonight" by Eric Clapton were written about model Pattie Boyd.
  2. "I'll Stick Around" by the Foo Fighters was written by Dave Grohl about Courtney Love.
  3. "Colors" by Halsey was about her ex-boyfriend Matty Healy, the lead singer of the 1975.
  4. "Empty Garden (Hey Hey Johnny)" by Elton John was a tribute to John Lennon, who had been assassinated 15 months prior to its release.
  5. "All Too Well" by Taylor Swift was about her ex-boyfriend Jake Gyllenhaal.
  6. "Expectations" by Lauren Jauregui was about her ex-boyfriend Ty Dolla $ign. She wrote it when she was angry at him for staying out late after a performance and not telling her where he was.
  7. "Call Out My Name" by the Weeknd was about his painful breakup with Selena Gomez.
  8. "Perth" by Bon Iver was inspired by Heath Ledger. The lead singer, Justin Vernon, was with Ledger's best friend in 2008 when they found out he had died. Ledger was born in Perth, Australia.
  9. "Edie (Ciao Baby)" by the Cult and "Just Like a Woman" by Bob Dylan were said to have been about actress and model Edie Sedgwick, who died in 1971.
  10. "F**k You" by Lily Allen was written about former US President George W. Bush.
  11. "Dear Mr. President" by P!nk and the Indigo Girls was also about George W. Bush. It was an open letter to him while he was in office that questioned his stance on homelessness, LGBTQ rights, and the Iraq war.
  12. "What's the Frequency, Kenneth?" by R.E.M. was inspired by an incident where CBS anchor Dan Rather was assaulted in Central Park. One of the assailants repeated "What's the frequency, Kenneth?" over and over.
  13. "Patricia" by Florence + the Machine was about Florence Welch's love and admiration for singer Patti Smith.
  14. And "You're Never Over" by Eminem was a tribute to his friend, the rapper Proof. Proof was shot and killed in 2006.
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2020.09.01 13:55 RELFantasticMaize2 My 18 year Generation Theory based on Cultural, Historical, and Technological Events

I decided to come back since this generation topic is just so interesting. Anyways, this is my generation theory. This will be my take on how I view each generation, based on 8 year pure cohorts and 10 year spectrums. Some of you may have seen a similar post like this in the past, as this is a repost, since I deleted the original post, with added notable people, and percentages of each generation. For those of you who have never seen the original post, in my opinion, I feel generations aren’t very clear cut and don’t evolve overnight. I don’t think people who are 15-17 years apart will share the exact same generation traits. I believe in 8 year solid cohorts, where the years that make up the quintessential part of the generation can be found. For Baby Boomers, it’s 1950-1957, for Gen X, its 1968-1975, for Millennials it’s 1986-1993, and for Gen Z, its 2004-2011. Everything else in between is a spectrum transitioning from one generation to the next. With these spectrums, every year, traits from the previous generation start to die off and new traits start to form, which would help lay the foundation for the next generation. With that out of the way, let’s begin:

Soomer Spectrum 1940-1949 Classes of 1958-1967
Last cohort to have any Silent traits, and the first to have any Boomer traits. They entered elementary school after World War II. They were all born after the introduction of the television. The first half were born during World War II and the last four years were born during the Baby Boom. They primarily spent most of their elementary school years and childhood during the post-war boom of the late 40s to mid 50s. The first half were born during World War II and the last four years were born during the Baby Boom. They are the 40s babies, were the pioneers of the Hippie Movement, and were the primary group drafted during the Vietnam War. They are the children of Greatests and Greatest Losts.
Famous people*: John Lennon, Bruce Lee, Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Norris, Al Pacino, John Lewis, Bernie Sanders, Bob Dylan, Jesse Jackson, Kim Jong-Il, Muhammad Ali, Joe Biden, Stephen Hawking, Paul McCartney, Aretha Franklin, Robert De Niro, Mick Jagger, Danny DeVito, Jerry Springer, Herman Cain, Vince McMahon, Bob Marley, Donald Trump, Dolly Parton, Freddy Mercury, Sylvester Stallone, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, Cher, David Bowie, Hilary Clinton, Arnold Schwarznegger, Elton John, Samuel L. Jackson, Prince Charles, Ozzy Osbourne, Meryl Streep, Billy Joel, Lionel Richie, Ric Flair, etc.\*

Pure Boomers 1950-1957 Classes of 1968-1975
Only cohort to have full Boomer traits. They entered elementary school after the Vietnam War began, primarily grew up during the rise of standard television, and entered high school after the Kennedy Assassination. The oldest year came of age in the year 1968, one of the most polarizing years in US history. The first half played a role in the Hippie Movement, as there was still a draft age, while the last couple of years came of age afterwards, but primarily spent most of their high school years and adolescence before the Disco era began. They are the children of Greatest Silents and Greatests.
Famous people: Dr. Phil, Bill Murray, Stevie Wonder, Robin Williams, Ben Carson, Phil Collins, Kurt Russell, Vladimir Putin, Patrick Swayze, David Hasselhoff, Hulk Hogan, Tim Allen, Cyndi Lauper, Oprah Winfrey, Jackie Chan, Denzel Washington, John Travolta, Roddy Piper, Walter Payton, Jerry Seinfeld, Howard Stern, Bill Gates, Kris Jenner, Steve Jobs, Bill Nye, Tom Hanks, Bryan Cranston, Bob Saget, Larry Bird, Mel Gibson, Caroline Kennedy, Bret Hart, Bernie Mac, Steve Harvey, etc.

Jones Spectrum 1958-1967 Classes of 1976-1985
Last cohort to have any Boomer traits, and the first to have any X traits. They entered elementary school after MLK’s I have a dream speach, which ended segregation, and were the first to grow up with Saturday morning cartoons, and during the rise of color television. They graduated high school after the release of the Apple I, but before the Challenger Disaster. The first half played a big role in the 1980 election. The first seven years were primary demographic during the Disco/Punk Era, as most of the cohort spent their adolescence during that time, with the last three years spending most of their adolescence during the MTV Era. They are the children of Greatest Silents and Silents.
Famous people*: Michael Jackson, Madonna, Ellen DeGeneres Simon Cowell, Magic Johnson, Weird Al Yankovic, Ultimate Warrior, Sting, Charlie Murphy, Dave Coulier, Mike Pence, RuPaul, Jane Lynch, Damon Wayans, Kathy Griffin, Tim Cook, Jean-Claude Van Damme, Sean Penn, John F. Kennedy Jr., Barack Obama, Princess Diana, Billy Ray Cyrus, George Clooney, Eddie Murphy, George Lopez, Ralph Macchio, Stephen Hillenburg, Michael J. Fox, Tom Cruise, Jim Carrey, Steve Carell, Steve Irwin, Michael Jordan, Johnny Depp, Brad Pitt, Whitney Houston, John Stamos, Lisa Kudrow, Kevin Chamberlain, Michelle Obama, Courteney Cox, Eazy E, Keanu Reaves, Stone Cold Steve Austin, Jeff Bezos, Robert Robert\ Downey, Jr., The Undertaker, J.K. Rowling, Dr. Dre, William Zabka, Chris Rock, Martin Lawrence, Charlie Sheen, Shawn Michaels, Ben Stiller, Scottie Pippen, Mike Tyson, Adam Sandler, Gordon Ramsay, David Schwimmer, Halle Berry, Janet Jackson, Rick Astley, Vin Diesel, Matt LeBlanc, Kurt Cobain, Will Farell, Julia Roberts, Jamie Foxx, Jimmy Kimmel, Mark Ruffalo, Eddie Guerrero, Chris Benoit, LaVar Ball, , etc.*

Pure X 1968-1975 Classes of 1986-1993 give or take late 1967 to mid 1975
Only cohort to have full X traits. They entered elementary school after Nixon’s second term election, which lead to his resignation. They were the first years to grow up with the first blockbusters such as Jaws, the first major gaming consoles such as the Atari 2600, and the first movie franchises such as Star Wars. They graduated high school after the Challenger Disaster, but before the launch of the World Wide Web, and primarily spent their adolescence before the USSR Collapse. They spent most of their high school years and adolescence in the MTV era and were the primary demographic. They are the children of Soomers and Silents.
Famous people: Will Smith, Hugh Jackman, Celine Dion, Tony Hawk, Kurt Angle, Terry Crews, Owen Wilson, LL Cool J, Tracy Morgan, Gary Coleman, Phil Lewis, Molly Ringwald, Jennifer Lopez, Ice Cube, Jay Z, Jennifer Aniston, Triple H, Paul Rudd, P Diddy, Matthew Perry, Mariah Carey, Melania Trump, Queen Latifah, Taraji P. Henson, Shane McMahon, Chris Jericho, Ted Cruz, DMX, Shawn Wayans, Tupac Shakur, Snoop Dogg, Elon Musk, Mark Walhberg, Winona Ryder, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, Notorious B.I.G., Eminem, Shaquille O'Neal, Sofia Vergara, Big Show, Ben Affleck, Marlon Wayans, Gabrielle Union, Paul Walker, Edge, Pharrell, Tyra Banks, Neil Patrick Harris, Seth McFarlane, Jim Parsons, Leonardo DiCaprio, Jimmy Fallon, Rey Mysterio Jr., Lil Kim, Derek Jeter, Nelly, Ryan Seacrest, Christian Bale, Boogie2988, Angelina Jolie, David Beckham, 50 Cent, Fergie, will.i.am, Drew Barrymore, Tiger Woods, Tobey Maguire, etc.

Xennial Spectrum 1976-1985 Classes of 1994-2003 give or take late 1975 to mid 1985
Last cohort to have any X traits, and the first to have any Millennial traits. They entered elementary school after Reagan was elected, which made our society more right leaning, they primarily grew up with gaming post-1983 with consoles such as the NES and SEGA Master System. The first half spent most of high school during the Grunge Era, and the second half during the Y2K era. They all graduated high school after the release of the World Wide Web, but spent at least most of it before 9/11. The first half of this cohort were hit by the Dot-Com Bubble, while the second half was hit by the Great Recession. They were the first years to serve in the Afghanistan and Iraq Wars. They are the children of Soomers and Baby Boomers.
Famous People: Sia, DJ Khaled, Tiger Woods, Chadwick Boseman (RIP), Will Friedle, Fred Savage, Ryan Reynolds, Candace Cameron-Bure, Reese Witherspoon, Peyton Manning, Rick Ross, Chester Bennington, Blake Shelton, John Cena, Kanye West, Shakira, Tom Brady, Psy, Floyd Mayweather Jr., Brock Lesnar, Donald Trump Jr., AJ Styles, Jason Earles, Jerry Trainor, Jeff Hardy, Steve Aoki, John Green, Kobe Bryant, Ashton Kutcher, James Corden, Kenan Thompson, Usher, John Legend, James Franco, Rachel McAdams, Tia Mowry, Tamera Mowry, Zoe Saldana, CM Punk, Sheamus, Anthony Mackie, Manny Pacquiao, Kel Mitchell, Charlamagne Tha God, Tyrese Gibson, Kevin Hart, Adam Levine, Chris Pratt, Kourtney Kardashian, Pink, Aaliyah, Cooper Barnes, Heath Ledger, John Krasinski, Flo Rida, Rider Strong, Kim Kardashian, Channing Tatum, Ben Savage, Randy Orton, Macaulay Culkin, Gucci Mane, Ryan Gosling, TI, Christina Aguilera, Jake Gyllenhaal, Dolph Ziggler, The Miz, Swoozie, Beyonce, Britney Spears, Justin Timberlake, Chris Evans, Pitbull, Meghan Markle, Ivanka Trump, Danielle Fishel, Alicia Keys, Nicki Minaj, Lil Wayne, Dwyane Wade, Tati Westbrook, Jodie Sweetin, Keemstar, Anne Hathaway, Kelly Clarkson, Kate Middleton, Prince William, Roman Atwood, Chris Hemsworth, Nicki Bella, Carrie Underwood, Future, Mila Kunis, Scott Disick, Brie Bella,Khloe Kardashian, Eric Trump, Lebron James, Katy Perry, Scarlett Johansson, Avril Lavigne, Prince Harry, Ben Shapiro, Aubrey Plaza, T-Pain, Carmelo Anthony, Mark Zuckerberg, Lauren London, Christiano Ronaldo, Ashley Tisdale, Roman Reigns, Nipsey Hussle, J Cole, Lana Del Rey, Dean Ambrose, Anna Kendrick,etc.

Pure Millennials 1986-1993 Classes of 2004-2011 give or take late 1985 to mid 1993
Only cohort to have full Millennial traits. They all entered elementary school after the launch of the first Nickelodeon cartoons, which lead to the rise of cable kids programming, and grew up during the Disney Renaissance. They primarily spent their childhoods after the launch of the World Wide Web, and spent at least most of their adolescence and high school years in a post-9/11 world. They were the cohort hit the most by the Great Recession. They began high school after Y2K, and graduated after the release of MySpace and Facebook. They are the children of Baby Boomers and Generation Jones.
Famous people: Drake, Lady Gaga, Jenna Marbles, Raven-Symoné, Jeffree Star, Bruno Mars, Josh Peck, Drake Bell, Robert Pattinson, Ashley Olson, Mary-Kate Olson, Seth Rollins, Megan Fox, Lindsay Lohan, Lea Michele, Usain Bolt, Shia LaBeouf, Zac Efron, Lionel Messi, Blake Lively, Shay Mitchell, Michael B. Jordan, Naya Rivera, Anthony Padilla, Kendrick Lamar, Meek Mill, Kevin Jonas, Shane Dawson, Rihanna, Stephen Curry, Lilly Singh, Adele, Kevin Durant, Russel Westbrook, King Bach, Vanessa Hudgens, Blac Chyna, Lizzo, Pewdiepie, Taylor Swift, Chris Brown, Nina Dobrev, Daniel Radcliffe, Jason Derulo, Markiplier, Joe Jonas, Elizabeth Olson, James Harden, Carlos PenaVega, Logan Henderson, Corbin Bleu, Jennifer Lawrence, The Weeknd, Ryan Higa, Iggy Azalea, Machine Gun Kelly, Margot Robbie, Cash Nasty, Soulja Boy, Catherine Paiz, Sarah Hyland, Klay Thompson, James Maslow, Kendall Schmidt, Ninja, Ed Sheeran, Charlie Puth, Joey Graceffa, Amanda Cerny, Gabbie Hanna, Azzyland, Tyler the Creator, Fetty Wap, DaBaby, Quavo, Tyler Posey, Shailene Woodley, Jamie Lynn Spears, Emma Roberts, Selena Gomez, Cardi B, Cole Sprouse, Miley Cyrus, Austin McBroom, SSSniperWolf, Demi Lovato, Nick Jonas, Travis Scott, Dylan Sprouse, Mac Miller, Taylor Lautner, Ariana Grande, KSI, Zayn Malik, Niall Horan, Debby Ryan, Victoria Justice, Sofia Carson, Miranda Cosgrove, Lucas Cruikshank, etc.

Zillennial Spectrum 1994-2003 Classes of 2012-2021 give or take late 1993 to mid 2003
Last cohort to have any Millennial traits, and the first to have any Z traits. They entered elementary school after Columbine, which lead to kids becoming more sheltered. They primarily spent their childhoods in a post-9/11 world, witnessing our world becoming more mobilized. The first half were able to vote in the 2016 elections. They all spent most of their teens in the 2010s, which was half Millennial and half Gen Z culturally. They all graduated high school after smartphones surpassed flip phones in sales, but spent at least most of it before COVID-19. They are the cohort being hit the most by the COVID-19 Recession. They are the children of Generation Jones and Generation X.
Famous people*: Justin Bieber, Harry Styles, Lil Uzi Vert, Camila Mendes, Meghan Trainor, Halsey, Caspar Lee, Madelaine Petsch, Lil Baby, Logan Paul, Kendall Jenner, Ross Lynch, Timothée Chalamet, Post Malone, Gigi Hadid, Queen Naija, Dua Lipa, Megan Thee Stallion, David Dobrik, Tom Holland, RiceGum, Lele Pons, Zendaya, Liza Koshy, Dove Cameron, Alissa Violet, 6IX9INE, Lili Reinhart, Noah Centineo, Kylie Jenner, Jake Paul, Lonzo Ball, Camila Cabello, Nash Grier, Bella Thorne, KJ Apa, Becky G, Jacob Elordi, DDG, Infinite, Kodak Black, Lil Yachty, Olivia Holt, Kira Kosarin, Simone Biles, Blueface, Shawn Mendez, XXXTentacion, Brent Rivera, Tana Mongeau, Juice WRLD, Peyton List, Mr Beast, Jaden Smith, Tfue, Liangelo Ball, China Anne McClain, Peyton Meyer, Bradley Steven Perry, Khalid, James Charles, Madison Beer, Karan Brar, Grayson Dolan, Ethan Dolan, Sabrina Carpenter, Cameron Boyce, NBA Youngboy, Lil Nas X, Joey King, Addison Rae, Baby Ariel, Lil Pump, Jace Norman, Woah Vicky, Joshua Bassett, Kiera Bridget, Noah Cyrus, Willow Smith, Haley Pham, Meg Donnelly, Griffin Gluck, Dixie D'Amelio, Billie Eilish, Noah Beck, Emma Chamberlain, Morgz, Chloe Lukasiak, Nia Sioux, Rowan Blanchard, Isabela Merced, Hannah Meloche, Caleb McLaughlin, Lamelo Ball, Jacob Sartorious, Chase Hudson, Loren Gray, Maddie Ziegler, Asher Angel, Finn Wolfhard, Gaten Matarazzo, Skai Jackson, Jenna Ortega, Malu Travejo, NLE CHOPPA, Lil Tecca, Cash Baker, Matty B, Johnny Orlando, Sophia Grace Brownlee, Lizzy Greene, BhadBhabie, Olivia Rodrigo,etc.\*

Pure Z 2004-2011 Classes of 2022-2029 give or take late 2003 to mid 2011
Only cohort to have full Z traits. They all entered elementary school after Obama was elected, which made our society more left leaning, and after the Great Recession ended, but before Trump was elected. They spent at least most of their childhood and elementary school years after smartphones surpassed flip phones in sales, but before COVID-19, and they will be spending at least most of their high school years and adolescence in the COVID-19 and post-COVID-19 world of the 2020s, and will all likely graduate high school after the COVID-19 pandemic ends. They are the children of Generation X and Xennials.
Famous people: Aidan Gallagher, Charli D'Amelio, Annie LeBlanc, Mackenzie Ziegler, Millie Bobby Brown, Noah Schnapp, Lauren Orlando, Grace VanderWaal, Ellie Zeiler, Lebron James Jr., Sky Katz, Casey Simpson, Francesca Capaldi, Sofia Wylie, Addison Riecke, Mace Coronel, EvanTubeHD, Honey Boo Boo, Ella Anderson, Isaac Ryan Brown, Gianna Bryant, Rosie McClelland, Ruby Rube, Barron Trump, McKenna Grace, Ava Kolker, Adelia Rose, Mason Ramsey, Trinitee Stokes, Ariana Greenblatt, August Maturo, Elias Harger, Malachi Barton, Jason Maybaum, Hayley LeBlanc, Mia Talerico, JillianTubeHD, Gavin Thomas, Christiano Ronaldo Jr., etc,

Zalpha Spectrum 2012-2021 Classes of 2030-2039 give or take late 2011 to mid 2021
Last cohort to have any Z traits and the first to have Alpha traits. They entered elementary school after Trump was elected and will primarily spend their childhoods in a post-COVID-19 world. They will graduate high school in the 2030s. They are the children of Xennials and Millennials.
Famous people*: Ryan’s Toy Reviews, Riley Curry, Blue Ivy Carter, North West, etc.\*
There is also a 18 year patterns between Soomers, Jones, Xennials, and Zillennials. These spectrums first come of age during a tech boom, then an election, then a crisis, then a culture shift, then a major historic crisis.

The first three years tend to come of age after, or spend most of their adolescence after a technology boom.
1940: graduated high school after the first digital phone line is developed.
1958: graduated high school after the release of the Apple I.
1976: graduated high school after the launch of the World Wide Web.
1994: graduated high school after smartphones surpassed feature phones in sales.

1941: graduated high school after the first automatic camera is released.
1959: graduated high school after the release of the PET.
1977: graduated high school the year Windows 95 was released.
1995: graduated high school the year tablets surpassed PCs in sales.

1942: graduated high school after the first laser is built.
1960: graduated high school after the world‘s first cellular network.
1978: graduated high school after the release of the Motorola StarTac.
1996: graduated high school after the release of the Samsung Gear.

The fourth, fifth, sixth, and seventh years tend to come of age before an election, during a major crisis, or before the next generation’s culture is in full swing.
1943: graduated high school after Kennedy was elected.
1961: graduated high school before the Iran Hostage Crisis.
1979: graduated high school before Clinton’s Impeachment.
1997: graduated high school after the rise of ISIS and before gay marriage was federally legalized.

1944: graduated high school before the Cuban Missile Crisis.
1962: graduated high school before Reagan was elected.
1980: graduated high school before the debut of TRL and Columbine.
1998: graduated high school before Trump was elected.

1945: graduated high school before MLK’s I Have a Dream Speech and the Kennedy Assassination.
1963: graduated high school before the debut of MTV.
1981: graduated high school before Y2K.
1999: graduated high school before the US-China Trade War began and Parkland.

1946: graduated high school after the Beetles arrived in America.
1964: graduated high school after AIDS started.
1982: graduated high school before Bush was elected.
2000: graduated high school before the release of TikTok.

The last three years tend to either spend most of their adolescence after a new president is elected, during another election, before a crisis, or come of age before or after a major crisis.
1947: graduated high school after the first American combat troops arrive in Vietnam.
1965: spent most of high school after Reagan was elected.
1983: graduated high school before 9/11.
2001: spent most of high school after Trump was elected, and graduated before COVID-19.

1948: spent most of high school after the Kennedy Assassination.
1966: graduated high school after the NCI announced they found the cause of AIDS.
1984: graduated high school after 9/11 happened.
2002: graduated high school after COVID-19 started, and after Trump’s impeachment.

1949: graduated high school before the MLK Assassination.
1967: graduated high school before the Challenger Disaster, but after the 1984 election.
1985: spent most of high school after Bush was elected, but before 9/11, graduated after the Iraq Invasion.
2003: spent most of high school before COVID-19, will graduate after the upcoming 2020 election, and could possibly be the last to graduate before the pandemic ends.

How Baby Boomer, Gen X, Millennial, and Gen Z each year is:
Late Silents 1940 (Class of 1958): 10% BB, 90% S 1941 (Class of 1959): 20% BB, 80% S 1942 (Class of 1960): 30% BB, 70% S
Prime Soomers 1943 (Class of 1961): 40% BB, 60% S 1944 (Class of 1962): 45% BB, 55% S 1945 (Class of 1963): 55% BB, 45% S 1946 (Class of 1964): 60% BB, 40% S
Early Boomers 1947 (Class of 1965): 70% BB, 30% S 1948 (Class of 1966): 80% BB, 20% S 1949 (Class of 1967): 90% BB, 10% S
Core Boomers 1950 (Class of 1968): 100% BB 1951 (Class of 1969): 100% BB 1952 (Class of 1970): 100% BB 1953 (Class of 1971): 100% BB 1954 (Class of 1972): 100% BB 1955 (Class of 1973): 100% BB 1956 (Class of 1974): 100% BB 1957 (Class of 1975): 100% BB
Late Boomers 1958 (Class of 1976): 10% X, 90% BB 1959 (Class of 1977): 20% X, 80% BB 1960 (Class of 1978): 30% X, 70% BB
Prime Jones 1961 (Class of 1979): 40% X, 60% BB 1962 (Class of 1980): 45% X, 55% BB 1963 (Class of 1981): 55% X, 45% BB 1964 (Class of 1982): 60% X, 40% BB
Early X 1965 (Class of 1983): 70% X, 30% BB 1966 (Class of 1984): 80% X, 20% BB 1967 (Class of 1985): 90% X, 10% BB
Core X 1968 (Class of 1986/give or take late 1967-mid 1968): 100% X 1969 (Class of 1987/give or take late 1968-mid 1969): 100% X 1970 (Class of 1988/give or take late 1969-mid 1970): 100% X 1971 (Class of 1989/give or take late 1970-mid 1971): 100% X 1972 (Class of 1990/give or take late 1971-mid 1972): 100% X 1973 (Class of 1991/give or take late 1972-mid 1973): 100% X 1974 (Class of 1992/give or take late 1973-mid 1974): 100% X 1975 (Class of 1993/give or take late 1974-mid 1975): 100% X
Late X 1976 (Class of 1994/give or take late 1975-mid 1976): 10% Y, 90% X 1977 (Class of 1995/give or take late 1976-mid 1977): 20% Y, 80% X 1978 (Class of 1996/give or take late 1977-mid 1978): 30% Y, 70% X
Prime Xennials 1979 (Class of 1997/give or take late 1978-mid 1979): 40% Y, 60% X 1980 (Class of 1998/give or take late 1979-mid 1980): 45% Y, 55% X 1981 (Class of 1999/give or take late 1980-mid 1981): 55% Y, 45% X 1982 (Class of 2000/give or take late 1981-mid 1982): 60% Y, 40% X
Early Millennials 1983 (Class of 2001/give or take late 1982-mid 1983): 70% Y, 30% X 1984 (Class of 2002/give or take late 1983-mid 1984): 80% Y, 20% X 1985 (Class of 2003/give or take late 1984-mid 1985): 90% Y, 10% X
Core Millennials 1986 (Class of 2004/give or take late 1985-mid 1986): 100% Y 1987 (Class of 2005/give or take late 1986-mid 1987): 100% Y 1988 (Class of 2006/give or take late 1987-mid 1988): 100% Y 1989 (Class of 2007/give or take late 1988-mid 1989): 100% Y 1990 (Class of 2008/give or take late 1989-mid 1990): 100% Y 1991 (Class of 2009/give or take late 1990-mid 1991): 100% Y 1992 (Class of 2010/give or take late 1991-mid 1992): 100% Y 1993 (Class of 2011/give or take late 1992-mid 1993): 100% Y
Late Millennials 1994 (Class of 2012/give or take late 1993-mid 1994): 10% Z, 90% Y 1995 (Class of 2013/give or take late 1994-mid 1995): 20% Z, 80% Y 1996 (Class of 2014/give or take late 1995-mid 1996): 30% Z, 70% Y
Prime Zillennials 1997 (Class of 2015/give or take late 1996-mid 1997): 40% Z, 60% Y 1998 (Class of 2016/give or take late 1997-mid 1998): 45% Z, 55% Y 1999 (Class of 2017/give or take late 1998-mid 1999): 55% Z, 45% Y 2000 (Class of 2018/give or take late 1999-mid 2000): 60% Z, 40% Y
Early Z 2001 (Class of 2019/ give or take late 2000-mid 2001): 70% Z, 30% Y 2002 (Class of 2020/give or take late 2001-mid 2002): 80% Z, 20% Y 2003 (Class of 2021/give or take late 2002-mid 2003): 90% Z, 10% Y
Core Z 2004 (Class of 2022/give or take late 2003-mid 2004): 100% Z 2005 (Class of 2023/give or take late 2004-mid 2005): 100% Z 2006 (Class of 2024/give or take late 2005-mid 2006): 100% Z 2007 (Class of 2025/give or take late 2006-mid 2007): 100% Z 2008 (Class of 2026/give or take late 2007-mid 2008): 100% Z 2009 (Class of 2027/give or take late 2008-mid 2009): 100% Z 2010 (Class of 2028/give or take late 2009-mid 2010): 100% Z 2011 (Class of 2029/give or take late 2010-mid 2011): 100% Z
Late Z 2012 (Class of 2030/give or take late 2011-mid 2012): 90% Z, 10% A 2013 (Class of 2031/give or take late 2012-mid 2013): 80% Z, 20% A 2014 (Class of 2032/give or take late 2013-mid 2014): 70% Z, 30% A
Prime Zalphas 2015 (Class of 2033/give or take late 2014-mid 2015): 60% Z, 40% A 2016 (Class of 2034/give or take late 2015-mid 2016): 55% Z, 45% A 2017 (Class of 2035/give or take late 2016-mid 2017): 45% Z, 55% A 2018 (Class of 2036/give or take late 2017-mid 2018): 40% Z, 60% A
Early Alpha 2019 (Class of 2037/give or take late 2018-mid 2019): 30% Z, 70% A 2020 (Class of 2038/give or take late 2019-mid 2020): 20% Z, 80% A 2021 (Class of 2039/give or take late 2020-mid 2021): 10% Z, 90% A

And finally, here’s how this theory would work well with the early, core, and late model:
Soomer Spectrum 1940-1949 (Classes of 1958-1967)
Baby Boomers: 1945-1962 (Classes of 1963-1980)
Early Boomers: 1945-1949 (Classes of 1963-1967)
Core Boomers: 1950-1957 (Classes of 1968-1975)
Late Boomers: 1958-1962 (Classes of 1976-1980)
Jones Spectrum: 1958-1967 (Classes of 1976-1985 give or take to mid 1967)
Generation X: 1963-1980 (Classes of 1981-1998 give or take to mid 1980)
Early X: 1963-1967 (Classes of 1981-1985 give or take to mid 1967)
Core X: 1968-1975 (Classes of 1986-1993 give or take late 1967-mid 1975)
Late X: 1976-1980 (Classes of 1994-1998 give or take late 1975-mid 1980)
Xennial Spectrum: 1976-1985 (Classes of 1994-2003 give or take late 1975-mid 1985)
Millennials: 1981-1998 (Classes of 1999-2016 give or take late 1980-mid 1998)
Early Millennials: 1981-1985 (Classes of 1999-2003 give or take late 1980-mid 1985)
Core Millennials: 1986-1993 (Classes of 2004-2011 give or take late 1985-mid 1993)
Late Millennials: 1994-1998 (Classes of 2012-2016 give or take late 1993-mid 1998)
Zillennial Spectrum: 1994-2003 (Classes of 2012-2021 give or take late 1993-mid 2003)
Generation Z: 1999-2016 (Classes of 2017-2034 give or take late 98-mid 16)
Early Z: 1999-2003 (Classes of 2017-2021 give or take late 1998-mid 2003)
Core Z: 2004-2011 (Classes of 2022-2029 give or take late 2003-mid 2011)
Late Z: 2012-2016 (Classes of 2030-2034 give or take late 2011-mid 2016)
Zalpha Spectrum: 2012-2021 (Classes of 2030-2039 give or take late 2011-mid 2021)
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2020.08.09 20:15 Popfan2489 Is the Hot 100 losing meaning and becoming more similar to the Billboard 200, in that it will be almost guaranteed for an A-List artist to hold the top spot for a week?

Sorry if the title is confusing, I wasn’t sure how to word the discussion question.
Before the days of tour bundling and streaming, it was much more difficult to get a #1 album. Just compare this chart from 1981 to the chart from 2018. There were only 12 #1 albums in 1981, compared to 41 from 2018. Albums that were huge cultural moments from A-list stars were not always guaranteed a spot at the top of the chart. Madonna didn’t have a #1 album throughout all of the 90s despite being a massive star. Mariah Carey’s second album, Emotions, peaked at #4, and Xtina’s Stripped as well as Britney’s Blackout both peaked at #2.
Additionally, top selling albums were able to hold their spot at #1 much more consistently than they have been in recent years. Since 2018, only four albums have spent more than 3 weeks atop the Billboard 200 chart (Drake’s Scorpion, ASIB soundtrack, The Weeknd’s After Hours, and Lil Baby’s My Turn). More importantly, even “flop” albums from recent years, like Madonna’s Madame X and Barbra Streisand’s Encore were able to top the chart due to tour bundling. The highest selling #1 album of last year (When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?) only spent two more weeks at #1 than the lowest selling #1 album of last year, showing that although sales do matter, accomplishments on the Billboard 200 are becoming more rare and less significant.
Overall, getting a #1 album on the Billboard 200 is still an impressive feat, though it is hardly the difficult task that it once was for A-list pop stars. It is more of a guaranteed thing for them to get. For example, it would have been much more shocking if Harry Styles, Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez, or Taylor Swift didn’t top the album chart this year.
In 2020 a similar phenomenon has been happening with the Hot 100 as well. Nearly every huge star who has released a single has been able to hold the #1 spot, but for only a week. There have notably been more #1 debuts in this year than in any other year, and there have only been 3 songs to spend more than one week atop the chart (The Box, Blinding Lights, and Rockstar). There have been songs that have been able to linger, such as the three previously mentioned songs, but it is becoming more common for songs to spend only a week atop the chart before falling.
Is the Hot 100 chart becoming more similar to the Billboard 200 chart, in that it will be almost guaranteed for an A-List artist to hold the top spot for only a week? If so, what will this mean for the music industry?
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2020.07.26 23:01 Leixander Popheads TTPT AOTY 2020 (So Far) Results

Hello popheads! From July 8th to 24th, 332 of you (31 more than 2018, 59 more than 2019) sent your top ten favorite albums of 2020 so far. 340 unique albums / EPs / mixtapes were put on the lists.
You can see the top 25 below, the complete list can be found here.
Rank Artist - Album Total Score Presence ~% of Lists
1 Dua Lipa - Future Nostalgia 1704 268/332 80%
2 Rina Sawayama - SAWAYAMA 1629 230/332 69%
3 Charli XCX - how i'm feeling now 1204 205/332 61%
4 Lady Gaga - Chromatica 1083 187/332 56%
5 Jessie Ware - What's Your Pleasure? 984 155/332 46%
6 Fiona Apple - Fetch the Bolt Cutters 928 133/332 40%
7 Carly Rae Jepsen - Dedicated Side B 707 144/332 43%
8 The Weeknd - After Hours 675 123/332 37%
9 Phoebe Bridgers - Punisher 602 99/332 29%
10 HAIM - Women in Music Pt. III 590 105/332 31%
11 Chloe X Halle - Ungodly Hour 502 98/332 29%
12 Grimes - Miss Anthropocene 479 87/332 26%
13 Allie X - Cape God 378 69/332 20%
14 Run The Jewels - RTJ4 352 52/332 15%
15 Perfume Genius - Set My Heart on Fire Immediately 333 67/332 20%
16 Halsey - Manic 310 61/332 18%
17 Hayley Williams - Petals for Armor 304 59/332 17%
18 Poppy - I Disagree 269 56/332 16%
19 Arca - KiCk i 233 41/332 12%
20 Kesha - High Road 184 48/332 14%
21 Yves Tumor - Heaven To A Tortured Mind 165 32/332 9%
22 Selena Gomez - Rare 156 35/332 10%
23 The Strokes - The New Abnormal 148 32/332 9%
24 The 1975 - Notes on A Conditional Form 140 28/332 8%
25 Tame Impala - The Slow Rush 134 31/332 9%
Complete list. (1-340)

Some trivia and notes:

  • 127 corrections had to be manually made because of typos. Most lists were correct in spelling though, so thanks for reading the rules.
  • The album with the most typos was unsurprisingly HAIM - Women in Music Pt. III. It would lost around 20% of its points if I didn't count the lists with typos, and it would be 12th instead of 10th.
  • There were around 8 lists that I had to manually edit so that they would fit the format. There was not an outright unacceptable list this year, as long as I can read your list clearly and it has no placement errors (like 11 albums instead of 10), I try to include it in the results.
  • Even though this is the AOTY event with the most participants ever, it also has the least albums. Completely makes sense since this is also the first mid-year event.
  • I have been calculating the scores to correct errors and see the results while the lists were still being sent. SAWAYAMA was winning for a long time, but Future Nostalgia managed to pass it around ~260 lists. Future Nostalgia and SAWAYAMA were always the guaranteed top 2.
  • SAWAYAMA was #1 in 49 people's lists, Future Nostalgia was #1 in 43.
  • No one put Kesha's High Road or Selena Gomez's Rare as #1 on their list. All the other albums in top 25 were #1 on at least one person's list.
  • Justin Bieber's Changes got 4 points in total.
  • La Roux's Supervision got 1 (one) point in total.
  • Christine & the Queens' EP La Vita Nuova almost made it to the shortlist but it was taken over by The 1975's album in the last day. It finished 26th.
  • Some people included The Chicks' Gaslighter, Taylor Swift's folklore (it was released on the day of deadline) and 1000 gec's Tree of Clues in their lists even though they were released after the cutoff date (30th June). Gaslighter got 40 points, folklore got 28, Tree of Clues got 27. These would put them around 30-50th if they were eligible. There might be more albums that were released after the cutoff and got on the list, but either they were not released by someone I don't know, or placed so low that I didn't check.
  • I checked the results a few times, but there might still be errors, especially in artist & album names. Please point them out to me if you encounter one. The program I'm using has problems with special characters, so I tried to convert any non-latin characters into latin. (Like до свиданья to do svidaniya. Which is probably not correct.) Maybe I'll learn how to handle Unicode in Python sometime.
I re-uploaded results of the previous events, as paste.ee now has the option to store text with no time limit. If you want to dive deep into popheads' album taste in 2018 and 2019, you can do so by clicking the links below:
Results of 2019 / thread
Results of 2018 / thread
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2020.06.10 12:32 divorcethrowaway672 Breakup Songs

Hi everyone. I thought I'd post some of the songs I was listening to the first 2-3 months after the shock of finding out about my STBXW's sordid affair and filing for divorce. Sometimes listening to these songs brought me to tears, but they helped me process all the emotions I was feeling.
“When you're happy, you enjoy the music but when you're sad, you understand the lyrics.” -- Frank Ocean
Some of the more recent songs have an official music video that depicts the pain and grief of a breakup. I like Demi Lovoto's Tell Me You Love Me , Maroon 5's This Love, Eminem/Rihanna's Love The Way You Lie, Katy Perry's The One That Got Away, and Train's 50 Ways to Say Goodbye
The list is mostly USA pop/rock songs. If you have some other songs that have helped you, please post in the comments below. Thanks!
Blindsided by Lies, Drowning in Grief
Song Artist Links
How Long (2017) Charlie Puth Official Video
Be Alright (2018) Dean Lewis Official Video
Tell Me You Love Me (2017) Demi Lovoto Official Video
Stitches (2014) Shawn Mendes Official Video
The First Cut Is The Deepest (1967,1977,2003) Cat Stevens, Rod Stewart , Sheryl Crow Audio (1967), Official Video (1977), Official Video (2003)
Without Me (2018) Halsey Official Video
Un-Break My Heart (1995) Toni Braxton Official Video (thx houston_veronica)
I Can't Make You Love Me (1991) Bonnie Raitt Official Video (thx houston_veronica)
Still Loving You (1984) Scorpions Official Video
Rock Bottom (2015) Neck Deep Audio (thx lack_of_creative)
This Love (2002) Maroon 5 Official Video
Breakeven (2008) The Script Official Video
I Know I'm losing you (1966) The Temptations Live Performance (1966)
It's a Heartache (1978) Bonnie Tyler Official Video
Total Eclipse of the Heart (1982) Bonnie Tyler Official Video
Where Did Our Love Go (1964) Supremes Live (1964)
We Don't Talk Anymore (2015) Charlie Puth, Selena Gomez Official Video
Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down) (1966) Nancy Sinatra Live Performance (1966), David Guetta 2014 Remix
Standing Back Up, Getting Angry
Song Artist Links
Bitch (1996) Meredith Brooks Official Video
Attention (2017) Charlie Puth Official Video
Love the Way You Lie (2010) Eminem, Rihanna Official Video
I Hate Myself for Loving You (1988) Joan Jett & The Blackhearts Official Video
Mr. Brightside (2003) The Killers Official Video
False Alarm (2016) The Weeknd Audio
Black Widow (2013) Iggy Azalea, Rita Ora Official Video (NSFW)
Say My Name (2018) David Guetta, Bebe Rexha & J Balvin Official Video, Afrojack Remix
You Oughta Know (1995) Alanis Morissette Official Video (thx EnglishmaninNJ)
Heartbreaker (1979) Pat Benatar Audio, Live (2001)
Hit Me With Your Best Shot (1980) Pat Benatar Audio, Live (2001)
Poison (1989) Alice Cooper Official Video
Serpents (2015) Neck Deep Official Video (thx lack_of_creative)
You Give Love a Bad Name (1986) Bon Jovi Official Video
Fuck You Bitch (2016) Wheeler Walker Jr. Official Video
Crazy Train (1980) Ozzy Osbourne Official Video, Live (1982)
Part Of Me (2012) Katy Perry Official Video
Forget You (2010) Cee Lo Green Official Video (Clean), Official Video (Dirty)
Good Luck (2012) Basement Jaxx feat. Lisa Kekaula Official Video (thx fireside_blather)
Wrecking Ball (2016) Miley Cyrus Official Video
Don't Start Now (2019) Dua Lipa Official Video
Gives You Hell (2008) The All-American Rejects Official Video
I Hope This Comes Back To Haunt You (2015) Neck Deep Audio (thx lack_of_creative)
Love Yourself (2015) Justin Bieber Official Video
You Don't Own Me (1963) Lesley Gore Audio
I Will Survive (1978) Gloria Gaynor Official Video
Acceptance, Moving On
Song Artist Links
It's Too Late (1971) Carole King Audio
Without You (1972) Harry Nilsson Official Video
You're so Vain (1972) Carly Simon Audio
And So It Goes (1989) Billy Joel Official Video
Lose You To Love Me (2019) Selena Gomez Official Video
Photograph (2014) Ed Sheeran Official Video
Let Her Go (2011) Passenger Official Video
Hey Mario (2014) Patent Pending Official Video (thx DoctaStooge)
50 Ways To Leave Your Lover (1975) Paul Simon Official Video (thx Principatus)
50 Ways to Say Goodbye (2012) Train Official Video
When I was your man (2013) Bruno Mars Official Video
Happier (2018) Marshmello feat. Bastille Official Video
I Hope You’re Happy Now (2019) Carly Pearce, Lee Brice Official Video (thx GasStationHotDog)
Someone You Loved (2018) Lewis Capaldi Official Video, Fast Remix
The One That Got Away (2011) Katy Perry Official Video
Since U Been Gone (2004) Kelly Clarkson Official Video
We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together (2012) Taylor Swift Official Video
Someone Like You (2011) Adele Official Video
Somebody That I Used To Know (2012) Gotye Official Video , Pop Cover (thx mrdiego71)
I'm Gonna Find Another You (2006) John Mayer Live (2018)
Postscript, Misc
Song Artist Links
Sweet But Psycho (2018) Ava Max Official Video
Ex's & Oh's (2015) Elle King Official Video, Lyrics Video, Animated Video

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2020.05.03 04:36 Wutisthis66204 Max Martin probably wrote your favorite pop song

Max Martin is a perfect testament to just how little recognition producers receive for their efforts in writing your favorite songs.
With a net worth of $350 million, however, I doubt he’s crying himself to sleep at night like the girl in “Lucky” by Britney Spears which, of course, he produced.
Below is a list of ONLY Top 10 Billboard hits he produced with an asterisk next to his 23 songs that hit #1 on the chart.
Not impressed? Check out the link at the bottom of songs that made the Top 100 but never got to 10 or higher. This guy is a literal hit machine. The King Midas of pop music.
Backstreet Boys - Quit Playing Games (With My Heart) {1995}
Backstreet Boys - Everybody (Backstreet’s Back) {1996}
Backstreet Boys - As Long As You Love Me {1996}
Robyn - Do You Know (What It Takes) {1997}
Robyn - Show Me Love {1997}
*Britney Spears - ...Baby One More Time {1998}
Backstreet Boys - I Want It That Way {1998}
Backstreet Boys - Show Me The Meaning of Being Lonely {1998}
Britney Spears - (You Drive Me) Crazy {1999}
Celine Dion - That’s The Way It Is {1999}
Backstreet Boys - Shape of My Heart {2000}
Britney Spears - Oops!... I Did It Again {2000}
*Backstreet Boys - It’s Gonna Be Me {2000}
Kelly Clarkson - Since U Been Gone {2004}
Kelly Clarkson - Behind These Hazel Eyes {2004}
P!nk - Who Knew {2006}
P!nk - U + Ur Hand {2006}
Katy Perry - I Kissed A Girl {2008}
Katy Perry - Hot n Cold {2008}
P!nk - So What {2008}
*Kelly Clarkson - My Life Would Suck Without You {2009}
*Britney Spears - 3 {2009}
Adam Lambert - Whataya Want From Me {2009}
Ke$ha - Blow {2010}
*Katy Perry - California Gurls {2010}
*Katy Perry - Teenage Dream {2010}
*Katy Perry - Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.) {2010}
Katy Perry - The One That Got Away {2010}
*Katy Perry - E.T. {2010}
Taio Cruz - Dynamite {2010}
Usher - D.J. Got Us Fallin’ in Love {2010}
*P!nk - Raise Your Glass {2010}
P!nk - Fuckin’ Perfect {2010}
*Britney Spears - Hold It Against Me {2011}
Britney Spears - I Wanna Go {2011}
Britney Spears - Till The World Ends {2011}
Glee - Loser Like Me {2011}
Jessie J - Domino {2011}
*Katy Perry - Part of Me {2012}
Katy Perry - Wide Awake {2012}
*Maroon 5 - One More Night {2012}
Maroon 5 - Daylight {2012}
Usher - Scream {2012}
Justin Bieber - Beauty and a Beat {2012}
Taylor Swift - We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together {2012}
Taylor Swift - 22 {2012}
Taylor Swift - I Knew You Were Trouble {2012}
*Katy Perry - Roar {2013}
*Katy Perry - Dark Horse {2013}
Ariana Grande - Problem {2014}
Ariana Grande - Break Free {2014}
Ariana Grande - Love Me Harder {2014}
Ariana Grande/Jessie J - Bang Bang {2014}
*Taylor Swift - Blank Space {2014}
Taylor Swift - Swift {2014}
*Taylor Swift - Shake It Off {2014}
*Taylor Swift - Bad Blood {2014}
Taylor Swift - Wildest Dreams {2014}
*The Weeknd - Can’t Feel My Face {2015}
Selena Gomez - Hands To Myself {2015}
Ellie Goulding - Love Me Like You Do {2015}
Adele - Send My Love (To Your New Lover) {2015}
Ariana Grande - Dangerous Woman {2016}
Ariana Grande - Side To Side {2016}
P!nk - Just Like Fire {2016}
*Justin Timberlake - Can’t Stop The Feeling! {2016}
Katy Perry - Chained to the Rhythm {2017}
Taylor Swift - ...Ready For It? {2017}
Ariana Grande - No Tears Left to Cry {2018}
Ariana Grande - God Is A Woman {2018}
Ariana Grande - Break Up With Your Girlfriend, I’m Bored {2019}
Ed Sheeran - I Don’t Care {2019}
*The Weeknd - Blinding Lights {2020}
Lady Gaga - Stupid Love {2020}
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2020.04.18 02:19 NintendoNX2003 What Does Britney Spears’s Future Hold?

Inspired by the “Main Pop Girls Next Album” thread. :)
Seeing that thread made me really wonder about Britney’s future in music. Obviously Britney’s situation is extremely complicated. What we do know is that she began working on a new album late 2018/early 2019 with Justin Tranter, who commonly works with Selena. However after whole hiatus/rehab/exposing of her conservatorship, it seems that album is dead, and Britney hasn’t been working for over a year. I respect that 100% because the money made from the album wouldn’t go to her, and she probably wouldn’t have had creative control.
Looking into the future, I feel her career and life in general could go two ways...
A.) She is freed from her conservatorship, and takes as long as a break she wants, gets musically inspired again, and comes back with an album SHE wanted to make, and one she is passionate. Assuming she would get brand new management, I feel this could be a HUGE comeback, like an Emancipation of Mimi, or a Confessions. I would love if this album would be a personal concept album, but really I just want her to make the album she wants to make, and whatever that is, she should be given the chance.
B.) She stays stuck in her conservatorship for the rest of her life. With this she is forced to pump out albums for her team, that she may have little control in, but ultimately is not passionate about.
Ofc she could just retire to, which is fine by me, because I just want her to be happy at the end of the day.
So what do you think her future holds?
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2020.03.16 17:14 Receiver527 CMV: Pop radio is much better now then it was in 2018, 2019 and 2017. It's improved a lot. The good songs are better, the radio filler songs are much easier to listen to and sit through and the bad songs are bad in a much more enjoyable way.

First of all, "Don't Start Now" and "Blinding Lights" get tons of overplay on US pop radio stations. While these two songs aren't great, they are still way better then almost everything that made the 2018 year end hot 100 and the 2019 hot 100 so they manage to stand out. "Hot Girl Bummer" is a bad song but it's bad in a really entertaining way and the chorus genuinely sounds good despite the terrible lyrics. Like in 2019, 2018 and 2017, we have a big Halsey song, "You Should Be Sad" and while I'm still not sure if the song's good or bad, I can say that it's engaging and interesting. It's definatly not boring and it definatly has emotion which puts it above "Without Me", "Now Or Never", "Bad At Love" and "Graveyard." Selena Gomez has a song out, "Lose You To Love Me", and while it's painfully generic, it's still way better then a lot of the pop songs that came out in the last few years. "Stupid Love" by Lady Gaga is in the top 20 of pop radio and it's a throwback to the 2009/2010/2011 club boom sound, somehow managing to be way better then quite a lot of the club boom songs from that period of music. It sounds like an old Lady Gaga song with better synths. "What A Man Gotta Do" is basically a less stiff and plastic version of "Cool." It's still radio filler, but it's a huge upgrade. The instrumental works really well. The song, "Ride It" never charted but it's been playing on a lot of pop radio stations and it's a really solid dance remix of an old song. "Sunday Best" is basically the new "Bills" by Lunchmoney Lewis and that just jumped up from number 46 to number 34 on the pop radio charts. "The Other Side" by Justin Timberlake and SZA is from the new Trolls movie but unlike Can't Stop The Feeling, it's got a good melody and it doesn't get old easily. Also, "To Die For" by Sam Smith is almost in the pop radio top 20 and it's way better then the music he made last year.
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2020.03.06 23:25 Chriscftb97 Lil Baby's "My Turn" sells 188K First Week (7K Pure). Bad Bunny's "YHLQMDLG" sells 161K First Week (29K Pure). G Herbo's "PTSD" sells 58K First Week (3K Pure).

Rank Artist Album Label Pure Sales Sales + Streaming
1 Eminem Music To Be Murdered By Shady/Aftermath/Interscope 117,000 279,00
2 Lil Baby My Turn Quality Control/Motown/Capitol 6,626 188,165
3 Mac Miller Circles Warner 61,000 164,000
4 Bad Bunny YHLQMDLG Rimas 29,287 160,885
5 Lil Wayne Funeral Young Money/Republic 38,000 139,000
6 A Boogie wit da Hoodie Artist 2.0 Atlantic 3,052 111,000
7 YoungBoy Never Broke Again Still Flexin, Still Steppin Never Broke Again/Atlantic 3,551 91,000
8 Moneybagg Yo Time Served N-Less/Interscope 7,000 66,000
9 Russ SHAKE THE SNOW GLOBE Columbia 39,815 63,000
10 G Herbo PTSD Machine/Epic 3,002 58,195
11 Yo Gotti Untrapped Epic/CMG 7,000 35,000
12 Pop Smoke Meet The Woo 2 Victor VictoRepublic 3,280 34,077
13 Dreamville Revenge Of The Dreamers III: Director's Cut Dreamville/Roc Nation/Interscope 1,647 32,828
14 Key Glock Yellow Tape Paper Route/Empire 782 28,290
15 Various Artists Birds of Prey: The Album Atlantic 9,454 22,352
16 Brent Faiyaz Fuck The World Lost Kids 711 22,088
17 Stunna 4 Vegas Rich Youngin Interscope 559 21,967
18 Quando Rondo QPac Warner 352 20,348
19 $uicideBoy$ STOP STARING AT THE SHADOWS G59 1,302 19,092
20 K. Michelle All Monsters Are Human EONE 9,438 14,734

Top 10 First Weeks of 2020 Across All Genres

Rank Artist Album Label Pure Sales Sales + Streaming
1 BTS MAP OF THE SOUL: 7 BigHit/Columbia 347,000 422,00
2 Eminem Music To Be Murdered By Shady/Aftermath/Interscope 117,000 279,000
3 Halsey Manic Capitol 180,000 239,000
4 Justin Bieber Changes RBMG/Def Jam 126,000 231,000
5 Lil Baby My Turn Quality Control/Motown/Capitol 6,626 188,165
6 Mac Miller Circles Warner 61,000 164,000
7 Bad Bunny YHLQMDLG Rimas 29,287 160,885
8 Lil Wayne Funeral Young Money/Republic 38,000 139,000
9 A Boogie wit da Hoodie Artist 2.0 Atlantic 3,052 118,581
10 Selena Gomez Rare Interscope 53,000 112,000
Q: Source?
A: http://hitsdailydouble.com/sales_plus_streaming
Q: How is this list sorted?
A: It's sorted by sales + streaming
Q: What are pure sales?
A: Pure sales are purchases of the album (itunes, amazon, physicals, etc)
Q: Where is X album?
A: Only albums that make the top 50 in sales+streaming for their debut week are counted
Q: Why do some albums show exact sales numbers while others do not?
A: The albums that do not show exact numbers are the ones that have had sales corrections from Billboard
Q: Where can I find last year's list?
A: 2019 list, 2018 list, 2017 list, 2016 list
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2020.02.29 00:31 Chriscftb97 YoungBoy Never Broke Again's "Still Flexin, Still Steppin" sells 98K First Week (4K Pure). BTS' "MAP OF THE SOUL: 7" sells 411K First Week (340K Pure), the biggest first week of the year thus far.

Rank Artist Album Label Pure Sales Sales + Streaming
1 Eminem Music To Be Murdered By Shady/Aftermath/Interscope 117,000 279,00
2 Mac Miller Circles Warner 61,000 164,000
3 Lil Wayne Funeral Young Money/Republic 38,000 139,000
4 A Boogie wit da Hoodie Artist 2.0 Atlantic 3,052 111,000
5 YoungBoy Never Broke Again Still Flexin, Still Steppin Never Broke Again/Atlantic 3,551 98,334
6 Moneybagg Yo Time Served N-Less/Interscope 7,000 66,000
7 Russ SHAKE THE SNOW GLOBE Columbia 39,815 63,000
8 Yo Gotti Untrapped Epic/CMG 7,000 35,000
9 Pop Smoke Meet The Woo 2 Victor VictoRepublic 3,280 34,077
10 Dreamville Revenge Of The Dreamers III: Director's Cut Dreamville/Roc Nation/Interscope 1,647 32,828
11 Key Glock Yellow Tape Paper Route/Empire 782 28,290
12 Various Artists Birds of Prey: The Album Atlantic 9,454 22,352
13 Brent Faiyaz Fuck The World Lost Kids 711 22,088
14 Stunna 4 Vegas Rich Youngin Interscope 559 21,967
15 Quando Rondo QPac Warner 352 20,348
16 $uicideBoy$ STOP STARING AT THE SHADOWS G59 1,302 19,092
17 K. Michelle All Monsters Are Human EONE 9,438 14,734

Top 10 First Weeks of 2020 Across All Genres

Rank Artist Album Label Pure Sales Sales + Streaming
1 BTS MAP OF THE SOUL: 7 BigHit/Columbia 339,598 410,691
2 Eminem Music To Be Murdered By Shady/Aftermath/Interscope 117,000 279,000
3 Halsey Manic Capitol 180,000 239,000
4 Justin Bieber Changes RBMG/Def Jam 126,000 231,000
5 Mac Miller Circles Warner 61,000 164,000
6 Lil Wayne Funeral Young Money/Republic 38,000 139,000
7 Selena Gomez Rare Interscope 53,000 112,000
8 A Boogie wit da Hoodie Artist 2.0 Atlantic 3,052 111,000
9 Tame Impala The Slow Rush Interscope 80,000 110,000
10 YoungBoy Never Broke Again Still Flexin, Still Steppin Never Broke Again/Atlantic 3,551 98,334
Q: Source?
A: http://hitsdailydouble.com/sales_plus_streaming
Q: How is this list sorted?
A: It's sorted by sales + streaming
Q: What are pure sales?
A: Pure sales are purchases of the album (itunes, amazon, physicals, etc)
Q: Where is X album?
A: Only albums that make the top 50 in sales+streaming for their debut week are counted
Q: Why do some albums show exact sales numbers while others do not?
A: The albums that do not show exact numbers are the ones that have had sales corrections from Billboard
Q: Where can I find last year's list?
A: 2019 list, 2018 list, 2017 list, 2016 list
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2020.02.22 01:07 Chriscftb97 A Boogie wit da Hoodie's "Artist 2.0" sells 119K First Week (3K Pure). $uicideBoy$' "STOP STARING AT THE SHADOWS" sells 19K First Week (1K Pure).

Rank Artist Album Label Pure Sales Sales + Streaming
1 Eminem Music To Be Murdered By Shady/Aftermath/Interscope 117,000 279,00
2 Mac Miller Circles Warner 61,000 164,000
3 Lil Wayne Funeral Young Money/Republic 38,000 139,000
4 A Boogie wit da Hoodie Artist 2.0 Atlantic 3,052 118,581
5 Moneybagg Yo Time Served N-Less/Interscope 7,000 66,000
6 Russ SHAKE THE SNOW GLOBE Columbia 39,815 63,000
7 Yo Gotti Untrapped Epic/CMG 7,000 35,000
8 Pop Smoke Meet The Woo 2 Victor VictoRepublic 3,280 34,077
9 Dreamville Revenge Of The Dreamers III: Director's Cut Dreamville/Roc Nation/Interscope 1,647 32,828
10 Key Glock Yellow Tape Paper Route/Empire 782 28,290
11 Various Artists Birds of Prey: The Album Atlantic 9,454 22,352
12 Brent Faiyaz Fuck The World Lost Kids 711 22,088
13 Stunna 4 Vegas Rich Youngin Interscope 559 21,967
14 Quando Rondo QPac Warner 352 20,348
15 $uicideBoy$ STOP STARING AT THE SHADOWS G59 1,302 19,092
16 K. Michelle All Monsters Are Human EONE 9,438 14,734

Top 10 First Weeks of 2020 Across All Genres

Rank Artist Album Label Pure Sales Sales + Streaming
1 Eminem Music To Be Murdered By Shady/Aftermath/Interscope 117,000 279,000
3 Halsey Manic Capitol 180,000 239,000
3 Justin Bieber Changes RBMG/Def Jam 128,521 235,337
4 Mac Miller Circles Warner 61,000 164,000
5 Lil Wayne Funeral Young Money/Republic 38,000 139,000
6 A Boogie wit da Hoodie Artist 2.0 Atlantic 3,052 118,581
7 Selena Gomez Rare Interscope 53,000 112,000
8 Tame Impala The Slow Rush Interscope 66,330 97,642
9 Moneybagg Yo Time Served N-Less/Interscope 7,000 66,000
10 Russ SHAKE THE SNOW GLOBE Columbia 39,815 63,000
Q: Source?
A: http://hitsdailydouble.com/sales_plus_streaming
Q: How is this list sorted?
A: It's sorted by sales + streaming
Q: What are pure sales?
A: Pure sales are purchases of the album (itunes, amazon, physicals, etc)
Q: Where is X album?
A: Only albums that make the top 50 in sales+streaming for their debut week are counted
Q: Why do some albums show exact sales numbers while others do not?
A: The albums that do not show exact numbers are the ones that have had sales corrections from Billboard
Q: Where can I find last year's list?
A: 2019 list, 2018 list, 2017 list, 2016 list
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2020.01.25 16:19 ThereIsNoSantaClaus /r/Popheads Album of the Decade #25: Frank Ocean - Blonde

artist: Frank Ocean
album: Blonde
listen: Spotify, Apple Music
August 20th, 2016. It’s a warm late summer Saturday afternoon. Many of us have been glued to our screens for weeks, hoping the moment will come. Finally, finally, Frank Ocean’s second proper studio album is on streaming services. No more rumors, no more waiting, no more misdirections, no more staircase building. The moment is here, we click play, and “Nikes” begins.
But before this moment, so much happened, a story that’s almost as interesting as the album itself.
tyler slept on my sofa, yeah
To those heathens unfamiliar with Frank Ocean, I gotchu. Born Christopher Breaux and raised in New Orleans, Frank moved to Los Angeles at age 19 to pursue a career as a musician. Before his breakthrough as a vocalist, he got work as a songwriter, getting credits on tracks by a prepubescent Justin Bieber (“Bigger”) and John Legend (“Quickly” featuring Brandy). Despite working with two current A-listers, Frank’s come-up would come through a group of edgy teenagers making goofy rap music. He became an early member of the unexpectedly influential Odd Future collective, and along with Tyler the Creator, Earl Sweatshirt, and Syd, would become one of its most prominent members. Frank’s debut mixtape, 2011’s Nostalgia, Ultra, would fully break him through as a solo artist, and by the end of the year he got to write a song for Beyoncé (“I Miss You”) and feature twice on the Kanye West/Jay-Z collab album Watch the Throne. Nostalgia, Ultra was recorded in defiance of a middling relationship with his label Def Jam, and saw him recording over the instrumentals of a variety of different songs, such as “Electric Feel” by MGMT, “Strawberry Swing” by Coldplay, and “Optimistic” by Radiohead. This would later get Frank into legal trouble, as the Eagles would take offense with his use of the “Hotel California” backing track on “American Wedding”, and threatened to sue Frank despite the song being on a free mixtape. The controversy would not stop Frank’s rising star, as he would continue to record music, both solo and with Odd Future, such as the fan-favorite Tyler collab “She”. But things were about to get a lot bigger, and a lot more… orange.
spending each day of the year
If you’re vaguely familiar with Frank Ocean or Blonde, you’re probably aware of the memetic status of the long wait for the album. While there’s been far bigger gaps between releases and other similarly complained-about hiatuses (just look at the replies to literally anything Rihanna posts), people were unbelievably hyped for whatever Frank was doing next. Why? Well, channel ORANGE. Frank’s highly anticipated and overwhelmingly acclaimed debut album was released in mid-summer 2012, a week earlier than its announced date to avoid a possible leak. It was an album everyone deserved to experience together, a perfect summation of everything that Frank had done to that point. People fell in love with Frank’s abstract, idiosyncratic lyrics and song structures, the warm production, and a great list of collaborators from his Odd Future partners Tyler and Earl Sweatshirt to Pharrell, Andre 3000, and John Mayer. Frank had treaded new ground all through his career to this point, but he was about to jump forward in a whole different way.
Right before the release of channel ORANGE, Frank posted a letter, originally intended for the liner notes of the album, on his Tumblr. It discussed his falling in love with a man who continued to influence Frank, firmly establishing him as being one of the first and most prominent openly LGBTQ+ artists in the hip hop industry. He recieved widespread support for his announcement from the wider music community, with the notable exception of Chris Brown, who jumped Frank outside a studio in early 2013. Brown, who punched Frank in the face and whose entourage called him a faggot, would attend the Grammys weeks later and refuse to stand with the crowd when Frank won the award for Best Urban Contemporary Album. Why is this part relevant? It isn’t really, but fuck Chris Brown.
we’ll let you guys prophesy
As early as February 2013, Frank was talking about his follow-up to channel ORANGE. In an interview with BBC’s Zane Lowe, he said he was “10, 11” songs into his next album, and was working with Pharrell, Tyler, and Danger Mouse. 2 months later, he would cite the Beatles, the Beach Boys, and Stevie Wonder (two of whom he would sample on the final album) as inspirations. In June, he would play several new songs at a rare live set in Munich, which included early versions of future Blonde cuts “Seigfried” and “Ivy”. This would be the last taste of anything new for a while, and the mystery of where Frank was and what he was working on increasingly grew as the years passed. In April 2014, he would post on Tumblr that the album was almost done, but seven more months would pass before anyone would be blessed with new Frank. Rather than an album announcement or new single, it was a lo-fi demo of a song that would not make the final album, “Memrise”. In January 2015, he would post a cover of the Isley Brothers’ “At Your Best (You Are Love)” as a tribute to Aaliyah, who had done a well-known cover of the song. 2015, however, would become infamous for something different.
The Post.
On April 6th, 2015, Frank posted on his Tumblr to finally announce the upcoming album alongside a curated magazine releasing in July. Through a misleading caption, the album would be regarded as Boys Don’t Cry up until the final release despite it being the name of the magazine. Hype would go into overdrive, and despite a lack of future announcements from Frank, fans would scavenge anything possible to find details. A picture of Frank on the set of a rumored music video leaked, and people would later find the song title “Nikes” in the director’s resume. This would later be (correctly) connected to a vague Chance the Rapper tweet from July, which he would actually post again closer to the final release. A mysterious empty playlist named states appeared on Frank’s SoundCloud in May, which caused a flurry of speculation for a while but ultimately led to absolutely nothing. Speaking of nothing, July 2015 would come and go, then August, then September, then 2015 itself. In late November, produceDJ A-Trak posted a tweet hinting at a mysterious upcoming song called “White Ferrari” releasing in several weeks. Frank fans jumped on it, with the evidence being: a) an old Tumblr post where you can see what looks like ‘rari’ written on a chalkboard next to Frank, and b) it’s the most Frank Ocean song title you can come up with. Again, this would turn out to be completely correct minus rumors that Playboi Carti was on the song.
2016 now. Frank would stay quiet for even longer, but fans would get a taste with a short feature on Kanye’s The Life of Pablo. Much of early 2016 was Frank occasionally emerging from the shadows, usually doing things that weren’t music like modeling for Calvin Klein. Finally, in July 2016, a self-deprecating post emerged on Frank’s website, acknowleding the many delays and announcing the album would be released in July. It wasn’t. As the final minutes of July ticked away and fans were losing all hope, suddenly, a mysterious livestream began on the website. It showed a black and white image of a warehouse. The New York Times reported the album and magazine would be out on August 5th. This was it. Or was it?
endless, timeless
People were so desperate for new Frank Ocean music that they watched him woodwork for weeks. Every so often, he would walk on camera and build… something. Clips of music would play, but they were often ambient loops or snippets of instrumentals. Well into the project, with the August 5th date having passed, there was a period of weeks with no new progress or appearances from Frank on the stream, leading impatient fans to search for the location of the warehouse. It would actually be found by Redditors as an event space in Brooklyn, but as the stream was pre-recorded, it wasn’t much help. Finally, on August 19th, Frank returned and finished the staircase, walking to the top and back down, completing the stream. Immediately after, a visual album called Endless dropped on Apple Music. Fans reacted with confusion and disappointment, believing that they had waited four years for something they could only play in one long sitting. However, there was a quick clarification that Endless was different from what people were still calling Boys Don’t Cry. The next morning, the “Nikes” video released on Apple Music, over a year after it was filmed. Things progressed incredibly quickly from there, as pop-up shops were announced for later that day, and it was discovered that copies of the long-teased magazine contained the even-longer-teased album. Fans wouldn’t have to wait for those to get online, however, as the album itself finally, FINALLY dropped on Apple Music at around 5:00 PM EST. That album is Blonde.
these bitches want nikes
It's pretty clear that Frank wanted "Nikes" to be everyone's introduction Blonde. It was released as a single/music video, the only one from the era, and it's also the first song on the album. "Nikes" is a bold choice for a lead single, a subversion of expectations for anyone coming in expecting a "Thinkin Bout You" or "Swim Good" type track. Over a melancholic, dark, almost ambient beat (and some of the only drums you'll hear on this album), Frank touches on a variety of topics, ranging from materialism to drugs to modern relationship dynamics to a shoutout to Trayvon Martin. Most notably, Frank's voice is pitched up for a majority of the song, almost building up the suspense on this long-awaited album for when the effect will drop. That moment comes almost exactly three minutes in, with Frank's natural voice coming through with the very self-aware line "we'll let you guys prophesy", which feels like a clear acknowledgement of the years of speculation leading to this moment. The final bridge of the album version (the alternate magazine version features a verse from Japanese rapper KOHH) is heartbreaking, describing a relationship where Frank's partner is making love with him despite them not being in love and the partner still not being over their previous relationship. Themes of relationship drama and love in the modern age permeate throughout the album, along with being regular songwriting topics of Frank's.
Of course, I can't discuss "Nikes" without talking about the video. Directed by Tyrone Lebon, a London based photographer and filmmaker, the music video features a barrage of different subjects, locations, and abstract imagery with occasional appearances from Frank and a cameo from A$AP Rocky. Lebon, himself an accomplished fashion photographer who has worked with Louis Vuitton, Calvin Klein, and, yes, Nike, creates these beautiful dreamlike scenes, some of which only appear for brief moments. There is a nude woman swimming in a glass tank of water, hazy scenes of people at a club party, a man on fire, the devil dancing, and at one point, a talking dog. Some shots in the video even reference other media, with the most obvious being this shot of a nude figure in a pile of money, which seems like an obvious analogue to the famous rose petal scene from American Beauty. However, more interesting to me is this shot, which references the infamous Heaven's Gate cult, who committed mass suicide in March 1997 in conjunction with the Hale-Bopp comet, which they believed would bring a spacecraft that would take their souls to another world. The cult members had covered their (TW: non-graphic photo of body) upper bodies with a shroud and worn identical pairs of Nike Decades, an image Frank and Lebon recreated for the video. Considering the songs critiques of materialism and wanting specific brands as a status symbol, you can definitely interpret the shot as a statement calling this type of behavior cult-like. The crushing weight of capitalism sends people in all sorts of weird directions in a search for deeper meaning, some find it in buying expensive shoes made by slave labor, some are exploited by the allure of cults like Heaven's Gate. Interestingly enough, the cult would find itself intertwined with the world of hip hop again two years later when Frank collaborator Lil Uzi Vert referenced them on the cover to his still-unreleased album Eternal Atake. Bizarrely, this lead to Uzi being threatened with legal action by the surviving members of a suicide cult.
we'll never be those kids again
I've touched on Frank's use of pitch-shifting on "Nikes", but it's far from limited to one song. As touched on in this amazing Left at London video, Frank has something of a reputation for playing with pitch alot in his music. On Blonde, the effect can be used to convey a variety of things, which differ based on which song you're listening to. To me, Frank's pitched up vocals on "Nikes" when mixed with the frustrations about materialism, status, and relationships in the lyrics convey a sense of alienation, his voice sounding almost inhuman. On "Ivy", Frank's voice is pitched up again, but noticeably less, with way more of his natural voice coming through. Considering the lyrics center around a long-dead relationship with an emphasis on how they were "kids", the pitch shift gives his voice more of a child-like tone. The dreamy production, with help from former Vampire Weekend membeproducer Rostam Batmanglij, creates a sense of wistful nostalgia mostly through reverb-heavy guitars and subdued synths. Even more pitch-shifting is used for the rap sections of "Nights" and "Futura Free", possibly conveying a sense of youthful arrogance in the latter, and for the chorus of "Self Control", sung by Austin Anderson, lead singer of underrated indie band Slow Hollows.
Quite possibly the only song on Blonde that wouldn't have sounded entirely out of place on channel ORANGE, "Pink + White" is also the album's most accessible track. Another longing love song with themes of mortality and nostalgia, it's still far from Top 40 radio, but the production from Pharrell Williams and a lush string arrangement from the legendary Jon Brion (who conducted my favorite film score, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind as well as having worked with Kanye West, Fiona Apple, Sky Ferreria, Mac Miller, and others) gives the song extra punch. Of course, you can't talk about the song without mentioning Beyoncé, who drops by for an uncredited vocal performance, harmonizing behind Frank. As far as flexes go, getting Beyoncé on your album just for background vocals is definitely up there, but considering how Bey was one of Frank's first major co-signs, it makes a lot of sense. The final minute of the song, where Bey's harmonies, the piano and drum based beat, and the strings all swell, is purely beautiful.
be yourself
Rosie Watson, the mother of one of Frank's close friends, makes her second appearance on a Frank Ocean album on the first interlude, "Be Yourself". Watson was known for leaving passionate speeches of advice to her son over the phone, and one of them was used for the channel ORANGE interlude "Not Just Money". That speech was about money, and this one is about drugs. Watson tells her son not to fall into peer pressure, to not try to be someone else, and to not take drugs unless its under doctor's supervision lest he become a "weed-head" who is "sluggish, lazy, stupid, and unconcerned". While her fears of addictive weed are probably based in daytime news fearmongering, the message of individuality resonates. Frank is well known for doing his own thing, from going off on his own to be a musician to being with Odd Future to being one of the only openly LGBTQ+ figures in hip hop and R&B to literally being on his own by self-releasing Blonde. Frank has definitely been himself, and he's all the better for it. The interlude also features a reoccurring motif of the album, the ambient track "Running Around" by producemusician Buddy Ross, who has since worked with artists like Vampire Weekend and Bon Iver. "Be Yourself", along with later interludes "Facebook Story" and "Good Guy" and the outro of "Futura Free", feature "Running Around" underscoring various figures sharing monologues that define their ideology. Is there a particular reason for using this song specifically? Maybe, but personally I just think it's because its a really great, relaxing ambient piece.
The album goes right from being yourself to being alone, two sides of a coin. "Solo" covers the fallout of a relationship, leading to Frank smoking weed by himself in the midst of the dark, empty world. The chorus invokes almost apocalyptic imagery, speaking of "hell on Earth" and "cities on fire". Drugs have become Frank's only shelter from the grim world, but unlike what Rosie Watson thinks, he's not taking them to be someone else. He knows things have ended, but can only escape with his mind altered. The lonely atmosphere of the song and biblical imagery of the chorus are both supported by a single (solo) organ being most of the song's backing instrumentation. James Blake, who played the organ and produced the track, is no stranger to minimalist atmospheres, having created many of them on his solo (ay!) music.
Continuing the minimalism of the previous track, "Skyline To" is a dreamscape of a song. There's a hazy guitar, subtle synths and buried drums (provided by Tyler, the Creator) along with sounds of nature, creating a relaxing vibe. Much like a dream, Frank's lyrics are stream of consciousness, ranging from the passage of time to weed to sex. Piercing adlibs underscore many of Frank's lines, mostly saying "smoke", "haze", and "blur". These adlibs were, for some reason, originally thought to be Kendrick Lamar, but this was later debunked when physical copies of Blonde were released with the official credits.
keep a place for me
One of the album's absolute high points and one of the most heartbreaking songs of the decade, "Self Control" describes the slow death of a relationship. The first half is mostly underscored by minimal guitars provided by Austin Anderson and (Sandy) Alex G, with Anderson dropping in both pitched and unpitched. However, midway through the song, it goes to a whole different level. A wordless, distorted vocal wail brings in a gorgeous string section, and Frank's vocals for the outro are beautifully layered, creating a For Emma-esque multi-track choir, which plays out the song in a way that's both quiet and intimate and grand and epic. It's a painful, dramatic end to a relationship that was once happy, and Frank knows that it will be over that night.
"Good Guy" feels like it comes from the direct aftermath of the breakup in "Self Control". Frank goes on a blind date set up through one of his friends to a gay bar, but comes away not feeling much. His date texts "nothing like you look", and talks "so much more" than Frank does. Most of all, Frank realizes that his date only sees it as a fun night, while Frank, profound as always, is hoping for a deeper connection. It's a simple interlude, with the only instrument being a keyboard, but it creates a sense of such distinct loneliness and disillusionment in the face of heartbreak that it's up there with the album's best songs.
every night fucks every day up
After the album dropped, "Nights" became an instant fan favorite. It's not hard to see why, with its melancholy tone, synth-heavy instrumental, and personal lyrics recapping Frank's life in Houston after Hurricane Katrina hit his hometown of New Orleans as well as relationship drama. The song feels more straightforward than others on the album, but then around the three minute mark things start changing up. Distorted guitar riffs drown out the synths, and get louder and louder before a beeping noise transitions into a ambient trap beat as Frank's voice gets more pitched up for a final rap verse and layered for the last chorus. The beat switch on "Nights" is almost memetically acclaimed, with my favorite being Big Quint's reaction. It's the kind of musical choice that really elevates a song, leading to its current reputation of being the favorite song of every depressed vibe guy who makes slowed + reverb versions of Frank, Tyler, and Lorde songs.
Before Blonde dropped, there was much speculation as to who would end up appearing on the album as a feature. Kanye West was floated often of course, along with Chance the Rapper (due to the "Nikes" tweet), Playboi Carti, Bon Iver, and others. However, once the album actually came out there wasn't much of anything you could call a feature. Beyoncé singing backing vocals on a song, Kim Burrell on another, some voices on interludes, Not!Kendrick Lamar on adlibs. However, the one clear actual feature on the album was one nobody could be disappointed by. On "Solo (Reprise)", the absolute legend Andre 3000 comes out of his cave long enough to drop an absolutely fire verse over mostly just piano and occasional off-kilter, experimental drums. It's not a long track, coming in barely over a minute and not featuring Frank himself, but Andre's dense lyrics about everything from police brutality to ghostwritten bars (something that many people took as a shot at Drake despite it being recorded before Drake's ghostwriting scandal broke) create an instantly memorable, fleeting experience that transitions into the next section of the album.
don't have much longer baby
While there are several songs on Blonde that show Frank going more "out there" than ever before, maybe the best example is "Pretty Sweet". Channeling the orchestral swells on The Beatles' "A Day in the Life", the song begins with an overwhelming, chaotic string section blasting. Frank is audible, but being drowned out by the noise around him, which gets louder and louder before dropping completely. The second section of the song has some reverb-heavy, layered vocals from Frank over neo-psychedelia/dream pop-esque guitars. Suddenly, for the final minute, a drum-and-bass beat drops, which Frank wordlessly harmonizes before giving way to a children's choir, who sing a short outro which name-drops the song's title. The lyrics to the song are abstract and vague, singing about parents, religion, fake friends, and mortality. According to Genius, "sweet" is a term from the south (where Frank grew up) meaning to call someone gay. It's an interesting read, and I honestly don't think you can fully exclude any interpretation of Frank's work.
Easily the most memed track when Blonde came out was "Facebook Story". The song isn't inherently funny, but it appears in the middle of a fairly dramatic stretch on the album and features a man with a thick accent talk about fighting with his girlfriend over Facebook. In the immediate panic of the album's release, the speaker was often incorrectly identified as Swedish cloud rapper Yung Lean (who was also incorrectly identified as a vocalist on "Self Control" and is officially listed as having vocals on "Godspeed"), but it's actually French house musician SebastiAn, who had worked with Frank on Endless. SebastiAn tells a story about having an argument with his then-girlfriend where she insists that he accept her on Facebook (or "Fazebuk" as he pronounces it). When SebastiAn refuses because she's in front of him and its unnecessary, she accuses him of cheating on her and breaks up with him. The interlude follows the pattern of the previous interludes, telling a wider story on modern culture. Rosie Watson tells her son to be himself and to not be someone he isn't, something that resonates heavy in our hypercapitalist modern culture, which emphasizes buying expensive status items and creating a Personal Brand to sell yourself. "Good Guy" takes things to modern relationships, which in Frank's view lead to more people just trying to find some fun for the night rather than deeper meaning. On "Facebook Story", a relationship is severed over not being "friends" on a social media app when you're in the same room. Much of modern culture is defined by our status symbols, and among them is the idea that a relationship isn't official until it hits social media.
Finishing a four-song run of shorter tracks in the album's second half ("Pretty Sweet" is the longest of these at 2 and a half minutes) is "Close to You". Frank, who had listed Stevie Wonder as an influence on his new music all the way back in 2013, now reworks a Stevie cover of the Burt Bacharach and Hal David song "Close to You". It's not an exact word-for-word cover, but the inspiration is clear and a short piece of Stevie's talkbox-filtered voice appears at the end. Frank's verse, delivered through a vocoder effect provided by indie pop musician Francis and the Lights, is about the aftermath of a rough breakup, fitting with the previous interlude. Religious imagery comes up again, with Frank saying he's "preaching to this choir, to this atheist" when it comes to talking to his ex. He's not devastated by their breakup (touching back to the dichotomy of the relationship on "Nikes" and "Self Control") but he's lonely ("Solo") and worried about getting older. It's become ingrained in us that our twenties are the time where we become an adult, find a partner, and settle down, which leads to people feeling pressured to stick with people they might not have otherwise. Nobody wants to die alone and unloved, and it's a genuine feeling of anxiety for many that once they hit 30, they're basically a senior. Things in Frank's relationship may have ended badly, and he misses them deeply, but he still has memories that the two of them shared, and nobody can take those memories away.
your dilated eyes watch the clouds float
You might remember the "White Ferrari" tweet I mentioned from DJ A-Trak, where he said the song would be heard in a matter of weeks and it would be the best thing we heard that year. While it was more like months, the second part is 100% true. "White Ferrari" is my favorite song on Blonde and one of my favorites of all time.
"White Ferrari" is the sound of driving into the early hours of the morning, letting your partner rest their head on your shoulder as you look up at the stars. It's an epic story of a relationship from his teen years, special, valuable, and pure (like a "white Ferrari"), a nod to the fleeting moments we have in this world and who we spend those moments with. The song is sonically intimate, mostly backed with ambient-esque synths and quiet acoustic guitars. There's a really cinematic quality to the instrumental to me, feeling like the soundtrack to a great indie film, and the presence of Jon Brion on the song hammers that home. Frank goes for it vocally on the track too, starting in his lower register, adding some beautiful vocal layering in the middle to create an amazing harmony effect, and ending in a quiet falsetto that could be mistaken for Justin Vernon (and it has). The final verse in particular is wonderfully abstract, with a series of wistful metaphors for wishing things had just been different. We wonders why couldn't they be older ("I'm sure we're taller in another dimension"), which feels like a poetic take on the sentiment from the Beach Boys' "Wouldn't It Be Nice". He just wishes they could go wherever they wanna go, go back to the basics and beginning of their relationship, when they were "primal and naked", a line that can be interpreted as invoking early human imagery or the passion that comes from the start of a sexual relationship. He just wants them to be go beyond their imagined walls, go to where the boundaries are limitless ("You dream of walls that hold us in prison / It's just a skull, least that's what they call it / And we're free to roam"). However, like in many songs throughout the album, there's a sense of depressing reality setting in. They spent so much time together, thought what they happened was special, one of a kind, and profound. However, things didn't work out like that, and now Frank is alone and trying to figure things out. It's a beautiful song, and interpolating The Beatles' "Here, There, and Everywhere" on the line "Spending each day of the year" definitely helps. In another interesting note, the release of the full credits for the album revealed that Kanye West co-wrote "White Ferrari". Kanye's exact contributions to the song aren't known, but I'm grateful for anyone who took part on creating this perfect song.
"Seigfried" might be the most abstract and poetic breakup song ever recorded. Frank, in typical Frank fashion, takes a song about the end of relationship and brings it to deep existential ideas, mortality, and religion. Frank is frustrated by the end of a relationship, and considers that he should give up and just try for the idealized nuclear family, living in the suburbs behind a white picket fence with a few kids. But he rejects that, and it leads him down a darker path, one of life, death, God, and humanity itself. Frank isn't normal, he isn't superficial and based in status symbols, he wants something deeper and more profound. He wishes he could see God in a way that someone else could, even just a glimpse of belief, but is disillusioned by religion, something that was heavily touched on in the channel ORANGE song "Bad Religion". Frank wants to be able to believe, but he can't help but think about the fragility of human existence. A solar flare could turn our society upside down or end it entirely in a moment, which makes searches for deeper meaning seem pointless. This throws back to the invoking of the Heaven's Gate imagery from the "Nikes" video. People search for deeper meaning or satisfaction out of life in all kinds of varying ways. In Frank's eyes, he'd rather enjoy himself with film photography and psychedelic drugs. In the end, however, things circle back to what matters in the moment, the death of a relationship. He'd do anything for his ex, anything to bring them back. The psychedelic, dream-poppy production of the song is absolutely gorgeous, layering filtered guitars and keys with a dramatic string arrangement from Radiohead's Jonny Greenwood, underscoring the deep existentialism of the song.
Because it's her favorite song on the album, I reached out to the amazing GoWestYoungKanye for a word on "Seigfried", and this is what she sent:
"‘Seigfried’ is my favourite song off all time — well, it’s tied for first with Nina Simone’s ‘Feeling Good’, at least. For three years, I listened to it every single night before I slept, at least once, finding it more and more spell-binding and resonant and splendid with each listen. (I’m an insomniac, things that put me to sleep are rare, and I tend to give ‘it put me to sleep’ as a compliment.)
For me, at least, ‘Seigfried’ is the rawest song on an album that drips blood; there is something so infinite and agonising about the way Frank sings ‘two kids and a swimming pool’, and calls out ‘brave!’, echoing himself uncertainly. Most people are familiar with the beat switch at the album’s midpoint, and have rightfully lauded it, but the second the strings come in under Frank as he croons ‘I’m livin’ over city / And taking in the homeless sometimes’, acting as the track’s pulse, a quickened heart rate, is easily one of the best few seconds on the album, even if the bassline is only temporary. It wounds me, and it heals me, in the same way ‘Feeling Good’ does.
Ultimately, I think the beauty of ‘Seigfried’ is in its honesty: an attempt at subversion fails; Frank is not brave; he’s a fool. He attempts to slot the minutiae of love (his lover’s freckles and his own crooked teeth [among other flaws]) into the hetero-nuclear ideal (two kids and a suburban house with a swimming pool) but comes up empty — as I listen, I find myself thinking of the word ‘emptiness’ constantly, and the track echoes in the empty space accordingly. Sometimes, it's good to be alone."
Thank you Kiki ❤️
"Godspeed" connects things back to the theme of religion. James Blake, who created a religious atmosphere on "Solo", is back in a more ambient take on gospel sounds. There's a prominent organ with some quiet electric pianos, digital strings, and an outro from gospel singer Kim Burrell. The first verse includes a direct Bible reference, tying into a Psalms 23 quote about always preparing a table in the presence of your enemies. Despite how Frank's relationship with his partner ended, he would still be there for them no matter what, and would offer them a place in his home. He wishes his ex godspeed on wherever they go in their future life, wanting them to live safely and happily even when they aren't together anymore. Frank's moving on, and with the knowledge that the relationship is over, still giving his best to his former partner.
how far is a light year?
This brings us to the final song on Blonde. While "Futura Free" is nine minutes long, it's split into a song and an extended outro interlude. Bringing things full circle by pitching his voice up for a majority of the song, Frank raps about his life, his upbringing, his fame, and the uncertainty of life. He references 2Pac and Selena, two stars who died young. He's living the life he wants to live, but not taking it for granted. He's grateful for all the success he's had, but still nostalgic for his life before the fame. It's stream of conscious, but Frank can make that sound profound. The production is kind of celebratory, but also kind of melancholic, capturing the uncertain feeling of the song perfectly. As one final way of tying everything together, at the near five minute mark, the song proper ends, and after a long silence, the interlude begins. Called "Interviews", it features a series of questions asked to Frank's brother Ryan, rappeproducedesigner Sage Elsesser (also known as Navy Blue), and others by skater and designer Mikey Alfred. It's a nostalgic piece, allowing the guys to goof around and answer questions about superpowers and secret talents. The final line of the album, spoken by Alfred, is "How far is a light year?". In the moment, it was innocuous, but as a way to play out Blonde, it takes on a deep, profound meaning. Frank has taken us on a journey, and that journey has ended for now, but there's so much more to go.
please run that back though
Blonde is one of the only albums I'd consider legitimately perfect. It's creative and unique, an album that people have since tried to recreate but not been able to. It's intimate, lush, and ambient, but also experimental and incredibly out there. The lyrics are heartbreaking and personal, but also existential and profound. There's a dichotomy to it, one that ties perfectly back to Frank's "two versions" he mentioned in the Post. Frank has seemed comfortable with taking his time on the next album, and considering how worth it Blonde was given the long wait, I have complete faith in him coming back and dropping another great album in the 2020s. No matter how long it takes. Thank you for reading.
discussion questions
  1. Where would you like to see Frank go on his next album? His future music has been previously described as "space reggae" and taking inspiration from “nightlife, Detroit, techno, house”.
  2. There are many ways to interpret the overarching concept of Blonde. If you can sum up what the album means in 10 words or less, how would you?
  3. Frank announced a release date for Blonde, missed it, and then went a full year before another update. Are artists entitled to keep fans updated of delays?
  4. Frank made headlines on Blonde by releasing it independently aside from an initial exclusivity deal with Apple Music. Could you see this being the dominating future strategy, or do the labels have too much power for it to ever really work?
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2020.01.19 22:00 Camtracy1 Favorite Songs by year of release (2004-2020) by memory/life events, anyone else listen to these too or were these more for millennials?

2004: She will be loved (Maroon 5) 2005: Rich Girl (Gwen Stefani) 2006: Hips don’t lie (Shakira) 2007: Summer Love (Justin Timberlake) 2008: When I grow up (Pussycat dolls) 2009: Poker Face (Lady Gaga) 2010: Tik Tik (Kesha) 2011: Love you like a love song (Selena Gomez) 2012: Call me Maybe (Carly Rae Jepson) 2013: Come and get it (Selena Gomez) 2014: All About that bass (Meghan Trainor) 2015: Bad Blood (Taylor Swift) 2016: Hands to myself (Selena Gomez) 2017: Attention (Charlie Puth) 2018: Thank U next (Ariana Grande) 2019: On my way (Alan Walker Ft Sabrina carpenter) 2020: I HATE EVERYBODY (Halsey) Anyway** so yeah thoughts on these? (Edit: Sorry about the format didn’t know that’d happen until I posted)
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2020.01.07 21:50 autobuzzfeedbot 16 celebrity wax figures that went terribly wrong

  1. Nicki Minaj's wax figure, inspired by her look in the music video for "Anaconda," doesn't resemble her at all.
  2. Emilia Clarke's wax figure, inspired by her iconic "Game of Thrones" character, isn't accurate.
  3. The facial expression on this Michael Jackson wax figure is alarming.
  4. Zac Efron's Troy Bolton wax figure has a creepy smile.
  5. Jennifer Lopez's 2015 wax figure doesn't resemble her.
  6. Selena Gomez's wax figure doesn't quite look like her.
  7. Justin Timberlake's wax figure has a questionable smirk and raised eyebrow.
  8. Chris Hemsworth's Thor wax figure doesn't do the God of Thunder justice.
  9. The hairstyle on this Robert Pattinson wax figure is just wrong.
  10. Michelle Obama's wax figure has a few errors.
  11. This wax figure of Leonardo DiCaprio looks like he's up to no good.
  12. The "Harry Potter" films were successful with viewers, but the same can't be said about Daniel Radcliffe's wax figure.
  13. Brad Pitt's wax figure doesn't even resemble him.
  14. Lindsay Lohan's wax figure looks older than her and misses the mark.
  15. People were not crazy about this Beyoncé statue, inspired by her "Crazy in Love" music video.
  16. Julia Roberts is an Oscar winner, but her wax figure was not as successful.
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2019.12.30 01:58 yeroc1016 Our New Year's tradition is to watch a movie set in the new year. Here is a list of movies set in 2020.

Annihilation Earth (2009) 3.2/10 (US)
Two scientists must save the planet when terrorists destroy a supercollider.
Black Butler (2014) 6.2/10 (JPN)
After her supposed death, a young woman returns as the son of her noble family to precede the family's prestigious company, with a demon at her side to avenge her parent's murder.
Brexit: The Uncivil War (2019) 7.0/10 (UK)
Political strategist Dominic Cummings leads a popular but controversial campaign to convince British voters to leave the European Union from 2015 up until the present day.
Code Name Phoenix (2000) 4.6/10 (US)
A Hong Kong martial artist joins forces with a U.S. marshal in 2020 to stop the release of a virus that halts the aging process.
Domino (2019) 4.4/10 (US)
A Copenhagen police officer seeks justice for his partner's murder by a mysterious man.
Droid (1988) (US)
just read the wiki. this one might be my top choice.
Edge of Tomorrow (2014) 7.9/10 (US)
A soldier fighting aliens gets to relive the same day over and over again, the day restarting every time he dies.
Future X-Cop (2010) 3.4/10 (HK)
A cop travels back in time to take on a corporation that's out to eliminate a doctor who has created a new technology which can break up the monopoly on a energy resources.
Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation (2018) 6.3/10 (US)
Count Dracula and company participate in a cruise for sea-loving monsters, unaware that their boat is being commandeered by the monster-hating Van Helsing family.
In Search of Fellini (2017) 6.2/10 (US)
A shy small-town Ohio girl who loves movies but dislikes reality, discovers the delightfully bizarre films of Federico Fellini, and sets off on a strange, beautiful journey across Italy to find him.
Jil Jung Juk (2016) 6.8/10 (IN)
In 2020, three guys get into trouble, while smuggling cocaine.
Mission to Mars (2000) 5.7/10 (US)
When the first manned mission to Mars meets with a catastrophic and mysterious disaster after reporting an unidentified structure, a rescue mission is launched to investigate the tragedy and bring back any survivors.
Napping Princess (2017) 6.3/10 (JPN)
In the near future, a high school senior discovers that events in her waking life begin to parallel events in her dreams.
Pokémon: Destiny Deoxys (2004) 6.1/10 (JPN)
A comet bearing a deadly Pokemon creature crash-lands onto Earth, terrorising a nearby high-tech city, where Ash, Pikachu and friends are currently visiting...
A Quiet Place (2018) 7.5/10 (US)
In a post-apocalyptic world, a family is forced to live in silence while hiding from monsters with ultra-sensitive hearing.
Real Steel (2011) 7.1/10 (US)
In the near future, robot boxing is a top sport. A struggling ex-boxer feels he's found a champion in a discarded robot.
Reign of Fire (2002) 6.2/10 (US)
A brood of fire-breathing dragons emerges from the earth and begins setting everything ablaze, establishing dominance over the planet.
Stranded (2001) 5.4/10 (ES)
1st Mars mission crash lands, kills the captain and 5 survive. Help from Earth will take 2+ years. Food and electricity (recycling oxygen and water) shortage means only 2 can survive. The other 3 leave and have their last hours recorded.
Terminator: Dark Fate (2019) 6.5/10 (US)
An augmented human and Sarah Connor must stop an advanced liquid Terminator, from hunting down a young girl, whose fate is critical to the human race.
Voyage to the Prehistoric Planet (1965) 3.8/10 (USSUS)
In 2020, after the colonization of the moon, the spaceships Vega, Sirius and Capella are launched from Lunar Station 7 [...].
At least watch the trailer for this one.
Yesterday (2002) 5.0/10 (KR)
1990, A number of children suddenly disappear. Meanwhile, the Ministry of Defense selects an elite group of scientists for a top-secret mission. Then, 30 years later, the year is 2020 on a reunified Korean Peninsula [...]
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2019.12.28 18:10 AlwaysAdam569 Decades, generations, and youth.

After looking at some posts, I thought that this would be an interesting idea for a post. It's about the decades and who spent their youth in them. I'll show you some decades, what birth years spent the majority of their youth in them, some notable celebrities who spent their youth in said decade, and what generation the decade and it's youth belongs to.
Late Baby Boomers spent some youth in the 80s, but the vast majority of the 80s was dominated by Early and even Core X, who would've spent their youth in the mid-late 80s. They were the kids who saw Footloose in theaters and bought the album of it. They saw Star Wars for the first time back in 1977, and would go on to grow up in the era of ridiculous fashion trends. They also grew up in a time where America was dealing with the Soviets. Notable celebrities who spent their youth in the 80s include Keanu Reeves, Gordon Ramsay, Nicolas Cage, Adam Sandler, Michelle Obama, Mariah Carey, Snoop Dog, and Eminem.
The youth of the 90s was mostly Gen X, with a bit of Early Y in there. The youth of the 90s had grudge and rock and amazing movies. They saw the impeachment of Bill Clinton, and were probably freaked out over Y2K and if the computers would explode. Other notable events for them were the launch of Windows 95, the Columbine massacre, and the deaths of Kurt Cobain and 2 Pac. Notch, Pink, Flo Rida, Jimmy Fallon, Leonardo DiCaprio, Kim Kardashian, Beyonce, Britney Spears, Casey Neistat, Nicki Minaj, Lil' Wayne, Future, Carrie Underwood, James Rolfe (AVGN, notable Gen X YouTube star), Doug Walker (Nostalgia Critic), and Keemstar all spent most of their youth in this decade.
The heyday of Gen X's youth is pushed aside for the heyday of Millennials. They had to witness the horrible events that occurred on 9/11, and made up most of the sweaty Xbox Live adults on MW2 (the 8-year-old kids were probably Late Y or even Early Z). Y2K was celebrated, and the computers don't explode (thankfully). Rock was a dominant force in the music industry for a majority of the decade, until the late 2000s when electopop started to take over and rock declined. Fashion was centered around the "emo" style, as was music. The recession hits in 2008, causing many businesses to close down and people to lose jobs. Online multiplayer started to emerge in the mid-2000s and blew up when CoD4 launched in 2007. Social media begins to rise as sites that would define the 2010s like YouTube, Twitter, and Facebook are founded, while 2009's Avatar becomes the highest grossing movie ever. The WMD scare and Iraq war, Michael Jackson's death, the launch of the iPhone, and the transition of 2D to 3D animation are more notable 2000s events. Notable examples of celebrities who spent their youth in this decade are PewDiePie (aka good ol' Felix Kjellberg), Avril Lavigne, Katy Perry, LeBron James, Ashley Tisdale, Hilary Duff, Bruno Mars, Shane Dawson, Ssundee, PopularMMOs, Ninja, DanTDM, Ed Sheeran, Toby Williams, Miley Cyrus, Selena Gomez, Nick Jonas, Marshmello, Demi Lovato, KSI, Meghan Trainor, and Ariana Grande.
It's still too hard to determine what generation is the 2010's youth. While youth has been stated to begin as young as 9 years old, and some say it can be as old as age 30, it's kinda confusing. With that being said, however, I would split the 2010s into two categories: the Early 2010s are Late Y, the Mid 2010s are a mix, and the Late 2010s are Early Z. This decade's youth was around 1994-2003 or so, which means that people associated with the Early 2010s, like Justin Bieber, would be Early 2010s youth, and those associated with the Late 2010s, like JoJo Siwa, would be a part of the Late 2010s youth. This decade was filled with political turmoil, ridiculous trends, creepy YouTube Kids channels that manipulated 3-8 year olds, the list goes on. The youth of this decade would be huge influencers for sites like YouTube, Instagram, and TikTok. Even KIDS would become famous, as seen with MattyB and Ryan's Toy Review. Instead of watching cable television, kids would just use their iPads and Netflix to watch television. Shootings in general became a serious problem with the Orlando nightclub shooting in 2016, the Las Vegas shooting in 2017, and the Parkland shooting in 2018. Nobody could forget the turmoil of politics this decade, either. The 2016 election, ISIS, North Korea, liberation of Hong Kong, Trump's impeachment, it's crazy. In terms of culture, music turned from Electopop in the early 2010s to trap and EDM in the mid-late 2010s. The MCU blew up to huge fame, and Avengers Endgame became the highest grossing movie of all time, beating Avatar which held the record for nearly a decade. Video gaming became more scummy as EA, Activision and Bethesda show how they're awful game publishers, while indies start to gain traction, to the point where many say that indies are the future of gaming. Notable names who are a part of this decade's youth include Harry Styles, Logan Paul, RiceGum, Zendaya, Dove Cameron, Justin Bieber, Kylie Jenner, Jake Paul, Bella Thorne, Xxxtentacion (RIP), Juice WRLD (RIP), Shawn Mendes, Peyton List, Cameron Boyce (RIP), Sabrina Carpenter, Lil Pump, Jace Norman, Billie Eilish, Jacob Sartorius, Loren Gray, Maddie Ziegler, MattyB, Cash Baker, JoJo Siwa, and Johnny Orlando.
Clearly Gen Z. While some may argue that the Early 2010s babies are not Gen Z, one thing I do know is that the 2020s will clearly be the decade of Gen Z. Yes, I know. Millennials will still be relevant. However, they probably won't be as popular as the 2000s babies that'll be the youth of the 2020s. EvanTubeHD, Ryan's Toy Review (notable 2010s baby), Mackenzie Ziegler, Ruby Rube, Lauren Orlando, Hayden Sumerall, RonaldOMG, KarinaOMG, EthanGamerTV, Annie Rose, Txunamy, and North West are some celebrities who I see an interesting future when they're in their 20s.
Why am I including this? Well there are already some kids who I see could be potential 2030s, or even very late 2020s stars. Tydus Talbott, Solage Ortiz, Jackson Mecham, Halston Blake Fisher, Indie Gardner (happy 5th birthday), and DJ Prince are all going to be a part of the main youth of the 2030s. Some of them already ARE famous before they even really get to youth age. While I don't know what the 2030s will be like, one things for sure, it's definitely the decade of Gen Alpha. Most of Gen Z will be either in their 40s or 30s by then and will be the parents of the pop stars and sitcom actors/actresses.
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2019.10.31 05:43 radiofan15 The results from r/Popheads Halloween ranking

Yesterday I asked you guys to help me rate some Halloween classics, to see how they measure against each other... and the results are quite predictable as expected TBH...



Reduced to five decimals for readability.
  1. Rihanna - Disturbia 8.80645
  2. The Cranberries - Zombie 8.27586
  3. Michael Jackson - Thriller 8.14706
  4. Lady Gaga - Monster 8.09375
  5. Kanye West - Monster (feat. Jay-Z, Nicki Minaj, Rick Ross & Bon Iver) 8.09091
  6. Shakira - She Wolf 7.96552
  7. The Weeknd - The Hills 7.875
  8. The Rocky Horror Picture Show - The Time Warp 7.82609
  9. Beyoncé - Haunted 7.82143
  10. Eurythmics - Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This) 7.7931
  11. Annie Lennox - I Put A Spell On You 7.77778
  12. M83 - Midnight City 7.62963
  13. Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Heads Will Roll (A-Trak Remix) 7.56522
  14. Kesha - Cannibal 7.39286
  15. TLC - Creep 7.37037
  16. Björk - Army of Me 7.22727
  17. Paramore - Decode 7.16
  18. Talking Heads - Psycho Killer 7.125
  19. John Carpenter - Halloween Theme 7.04762
  20. Lana del Rey - Once Upon a Dream 6.85185
  21. My Chemical Romance - Welcome to the Black Parade 6.85185
  22. Michael Sembello - Maniac 6.83333
  23. Tyler the Creator - Yonkers 6.81818
  24. billie eilish - bury a friend 6.71875
  25. Carly Rae Jepsen - Warm Blood 6.71429
  26. Dead or Alive - You Spin Me Right Round (Like a Record) 6.7
  27. Rockwell - Somebody's Watching Me 6.65217
  28. Little Mix - Black Magic 6.62069
  29. Nicki Minaj - Roman Holiday 6.60714
  30. Ray Parker Jr. - Ghostbuster 6.57895
  31. Kim Petras - Close Your Eyes 6.55172
  32. Pat Carrot - Poor Unfortunate Souls 6.52941
  33. Britney Spears - Freakshow 6.52
  34. Bobby "Boris" Pickett - Monster Mash 6.43478
  35. China Anne McClain - Calling All The Monsters 6.42308
  36. Kate Bush - Hounds of Love 6.36364
  37. Grimes - We Appreciate Power (feat. HANA) 6.35714
  38. The Killers - Bones 6.31579
  39. Florence + the Machine - No Light, No Light 6.28
  40. Ella Henderson - Ghost 6.17391
  41. Outkast - Dracula's Wedding 6.05556
  42. David Bowie - Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps) 6.04762
  43. Halsey - Nightmare 5.96774
  44. Tegan and Sara - Walking with a Ghost 5.83333
  45. Taylor Swift - I Did Something Bad 5.67742
  46. Fall Out Boy - Uma Thurman 5.65385
  47. Marilyn Manson - This Is Halloween 5.65
  48. Donovan - Season of the Witch 5.57895
  49. Hilary Duff - Reach Out 5.57895
  50. Evanescence - Haunted 5.54545
  51. Ne-Yo - Beautiful Monster 5.52381
  52. Eminem - The Monster (feat. Rihanna) 5.51515
  53. Christina Aguilera - Birds of Prey 5.36842
  54. Amy Lee - Sally's Song 5.35
  55. Sugababes - Freak Like Me 5.11765
  56. Twenty One Pilots - Heathens 5.1
  57. The Melomen - Grim Grinning Ghosts 5.06667
  58. Ava Max - Sweet but Psycho 5
  59. Fifth Harmony - I'm In Love with a Monster 5
  60. Katy Perry - Dance with the Devil 4.95238
  61. Selena Gomez, Marshmello - Wolves 4.90625
  62. Zayn, Taylor Swift - I Don't Wanna Live Forever 4.88235
  63. Jerry Goldsmith - Ave Satani 4.875
  64. Imagine Dragons - Radiaoctive 4.82353
  65. Jon Bellion - Halloween 4.8125
  66. Aqua - Halloween 4.6
  67. Poppy - Choke 4.35
  68. Azaelia Banks - Yung Rapunxel 4.3
  69. Justin Timberlake - True Blood 4.27778
  70. Maroon 5 - Animals 3.62069


This list skips the traditional horror flicks and mixes multiple films from multiple genres that takes place on Halloween or are explicitly about Halloween... I think this would make for a more interesting ranking but I was wrong too!
  1. Mean Girls (2004) 8.82353
  2. The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993) 8.36364
  3. Hocus Pocus (1993) 7.46154
  4. Halloween (1978) 7.30435
  5. Poltergeist (1982) 7.13636
  6. Monster House (2006) 7.1
  7. Halloweentown (1998) 7.08
  8. It's a Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown (1966) 6.91667
  9. Scary Movie (2000) 6.61538
  10. ParaNorman (2012) 6.31579
  11. Halloweentown II: Kalabar's Revenge (2001) 6.2381
  12. Casper (1995) 6.2
  13. Trick 'r Treat (2009) 6
  14. Halloween (2018) 5.71429
  15. Halloweentown High (2004) 5.68182
  16. Ginger Snaps (2000) 5.26667
  17. Goosebumps (2015) 4.70588
  18. Double Double Toil and Trouble (1993) 4.07143
  19. Fun Size (2012) 3.625
  20. Girl vs. Monster (2012) 3.46667
  21. Boo! A Madea Halloween (2016) 3.28571


Here's an Spotify playlist with all of the songs + some of your recommendations from yesterday's post, feel free to use it as you wish

Also, here is a masterpost with all of the previous rankings so far...
You can recommend in the comments which artist would you like to be ranked next, it has to be someone who's between eras (no upcoming announced releases) and with a sizable discography. Coming up next is one artist who, according to Chance the Rapper, it's just like her daughter because you can't see her.
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2019.07.12 00:50 autobuzzfeedbot 17 best reggaetón collaborations that need to be on your playlist

  1. Meek Mill featured Anuel AA and Brooklyn native Fabolous in "Uptown Vibes."
  2. Nicki Minaj, Anuel AA, and Bantu collaborated on "Familia" — one of the tracks in the "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse" official soundtrack.
  3. DJ Snake featured Cardi B, Ozuna, and Selena Gomez on the smash hit "Taki Taki."
  4. Bad Bunny and Drake joined forces on 2018's "Mia."
  5. Cardi B, J Balvin, and Bad Bunny's "I Like It," is a must at any party.
  6. Cardi B was featured in Ozuna's "La Modelo."
  7. Nicki Minaj and Travis Scott hopped on the remix of Farruko, Bad Bunny, and Rvssian's "Krippy Kush."
  8. The Colombians reunited for another bop, "Clandestino," in 2018.
  9. Shakira and Maluma's first collaboration, "Chantaje," became an instant hit in Latin America and the US.
  10. Justin Bieber jumped into the remix of Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee's super smash hit "Despacito" in 201.
  11. Beyoncé joined J Balvin and Willy William for a lively remix of "Mi Gente."
  12. Pharrell Williams, Bia, J Balvin, and Sky came together for 2016's "Safari."
  13. Bachata band Aventura featured Wisin & Yandel and Akon in their 2009 single "All Up 2 You."
  14. Wisin & Yandel featured 50 Cent and T-Pain in the auto-tune heavy "No Dejemos Que Se Apague."
  15. Don Omar tapped Fat Joe, N.O.R.E., LDA and Manuel Alejandro Ruiz for 2005's "Reggaeton Latino."
  16. Fergie joined Daddy Yankee in the remix for "Impacto."
  17. Daddy Yankee collaborated with Snoop Dogg on "Gangsta Zone" back in 200115.
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2019.07.03 00:20 autobuzzfeedbot Talent manager Scooter Braun is in a very public feud with Taylor Swift. Here are 30 of his biggest clients.

  1. BabyJake is an up-and-coming artist signed to SB Projects.
  2. Braun has managed Asher Roth for as long as he's managed Bieber.
  3. EDEN got signed to Braun in 2016.
  4. Martin Garrix has been signed to SB Projects since 2013.
  5. The Knocks signed to SB Projects in 2016.
  6. Push Baby, formerly known as Rixton, recently signed to SB Projects.
  7. Social House signed to SB Projects/Interscope in 2013.
  8. Braun signed Spencer Lee under a joint record deal with Republic Records in 2014.
  9. Braun manages Steve Angello, member of the EDM group, Swedish House Mafia.
  10. Andrew Watt is signed to Braun, and has written songs for Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez.
  11. The Wanted were represented by Braun before they announced their hiatus in 2014.
  12. Braun is Lil Dicky's co-manager.
  13. Tori Kelly signed to Scooter Braun in 2016.
  14. Braun signed Psy after his viral song and dance, "Gangnam Style," became an international sensation in 2012.
  15. Idina Menzel took to Twitter to announce that she signed with Braun in May.
  16. Karlie Kloss appears on SB Projects' online roster. Braun also attended her wedding to Joshua Kushner.
  17. Dan + Shay signed to SB Projects in 2013.
  18. Zach Brown Band were the first country act to sign with Braun's SB Projects in 2018.
  19. CL is still on SB Projects online roster, but late last year fans of the South Korean pop star began to speculate whether she was still signed to Braun.
  20. David Guetta signed to Braun's SB Projects in 2017.
  21. Hilary Duff signed with SB Projects in 2016.
  22. Usher signed to Braun's management company in 2016.
  23. Ashley Graham signed with Braun in 2018, in order to build her lifestyle brand.
  24. Braun's SB Projects signed the Black Eyed Peas in 2016.
  25. Carly Rae Jepsen signed to Braun's Schoolboy Records/Interscope after "Call Me Maybe" became a hit in the US.
  26. Braun recently signed Colombian singer-songwriter, J Balvin.
  27. Demi Lovato recently signed a contract with Braun, and also came to his defense following Swift's post.
  28. Braun insists that he isn't Kanye West's "manager," but is more of an "adviser."
  29. Braun began managing Ariana Grande in 2013, and was briefly fired by the singer in 201226. After seven months, they reunited that same year.
  30. Braun is Justin Bieber's longtime manager.
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2019.07.01 00:35 saucymac Popheads take on the patriarchy: Taylor Swift Vs Scooter Braun Megathread

Hi all,
Please post all TayloscooteBMR details here for the next 24 HOURS! (we have extended this another 24 hours due overly frequent posts**.**
Please make sure you triple check unfollows before posting about them, as insta doesn't always show followers correctly!
All updates, thinkpieces and anything else Tay related should go here. If you think something needs to be added to the below list, please DM me and i'll edit it in!
Be excellent to each other or we'll be removing your post <3

Nov 2018 – Taylor leaves BMR for Republic
20th June – Scott Borchetta notifies stakeholders that BMLG would be merging with Scooter Braun's company. 3 out of 5 voted in Scooter's favour
29th June – Scott Borchetta claims that he notified Taylor swift out of courtesy
30th June – Taylor makes this post on tumblr regarding Scooter Braun owning her back catalog and how she was never offered to purchase her masters back https://imgur.com/a/39qxyAW
30th June – Justin Bieber chimes in to defend Scooter and Apologise (?) to Taylor : Here
30th June – Scooter Braun’s wife, Yael, defends Scooter:Here
30th June – Scott Borchetta responds to Taylor through BMLG: Here
30th June – Erik Logan, who is on the board of BMLG speaks out against Taylor: Here
30th June - Scooter Braun responds by reposting Allison K Scarinzi's insta story: Here
2nd July - Taylor Swift's Lawyer speaks to rolling stone, denying that Taylor ever had the chance to purchase her masters: Here
Todrick Hall throws his support behind Taylor and beefs with Allison K Scarinzi over payments coming from Scooter’s company/Todrick’s kickstarter:Here
Demi Lovato questions Todrick, asking if Scooter is really homophobic and also supports Scooter: Here Arybeck67 has been updating this imgur thread to add more back and forth between Demi and Todrick. We are blessed on this drama filled day!
Celebs who have weighed in:
A beautiful chart starinight69 found to show who has thrown their support where
Cara Delevigne
Haim (also Danielle Haim)
Iggy Azalea
Sky Ferreira
Jack Antonoff
Martha Hunt
Mandy Teefey (Selena's mum)
Alessia Cara
Charlie Puth
Hank Schrader takes a break from mineral collecting and searching for Heisenberg to weigh in.

What masters are (thanks iwilitu)

Further reading:
Scooter Braun's Ithaca Holdings Acquires Big Machine Label Group (Variety) (courtesy of hubwub)
Big Machine's Scott Borchetta Fires Back at Taylor Swift (Variety) (courtesy of hubwub)
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