Candy Addicted (ft Nicki Minaj) Take It, Screw It, Brake It (Bitch) (ft Britney Spears) I Miss You Till Death Do Us Part Dare You To Use Me Promise Me What If Feels Like For A Queen Sex Experience Love Concept (ft Justin Timberlake) The Devil Inside Of Me Heaven Skies Paradise With You
I Can F*ck You Up
Candy Addicted (ft Nicki Minaj) | Release Date: February 24, 2014
Dare You To Use Me | R.D: March 25, 2014
The Devil Inside Of Me | R.D: April 17, 2014
Take It, Screw It, Brake It (Bitch) (ft Britney Spears) | R.D: June 3, 2014
Paradise With You | R.D: June 24, 2014
Love Concept (ft Justin Timberlake) | R.D: July 30
Drugged Candy Tour [Promotion Poster]:
Tour will begin June 2nd.
Worldwide Gross Kate Beckinsale: $2,132,290,546 Worldwide Gross Ryan Gosling: $834,086,334
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1. The Boys
2. Full Moon
3. Badder Than Her
7. Perfect By Design
8. Heat Of The Night
9. Nobody's Perfect
10. Run Devil Run
11. Light Up The Night (feat. Azealia Banks)
12. Born To Be Yours
1. The Boys
3. Full Moon
4. Light Up The Night
Originally posted by Clump
It's true. Cyndi is a nobody outside of gay clubs in the US. Kylie is a global force known in gay clubs everywhere.
(The song talks her fears and insecurities and how she let it all go on the dancefloor. It's an uptempo song with heavy beats, heavy bass and she raps a little bit in it. It's R&B, Pop and Hip-Hop all in one song. This one is the first huge upmtempo track out of the 5.)
2. Destroy You
(It has the Ring The Alarm aggression but it's much more aggressive. But instead of being a R&B song, it's more rock influenced. She screams, cusses and almost cries.)
3. Shut It Down
(A huge Electro-Pop song with heavy Hip-Hop influenced beats with Love On Top kinda vocals, she goes higher and higher as the chorus continues. The song is about shutting down a party, owning everyone. In this song there are also very sick and crazy harmonies. This one is the second huge umptempo track out of the 5.)
4. Baby Got It All
(The song is about a very man or woman that has it all, everyone melts just looking at him/her. A 80's influenced song with a beat like this, she channels Whitney's "I Wanna Dance With Somebody" on this song.)
5. Living My Life
(A laid back song like Party, it's about being yourself, not care about what anyone says just having fun with friends. A midtempo Pop song with some R&B influences.)
6. Never Give Up
(A very uplifting song, something like Survivor. It's R&B/Pop and it's just a very happy song that you can never give up even when someone tells you you can't do it. This is the first huge ballad out of the 2.)
(This song is about woman taking the lead during sex, he pleasures her and does everything for her, he makes a romantic dinner. Tonight it's all about her. A very sexy slow R&B jam. The sexiness of Speechless and the tempo of Dance For You. There's also a breakdown at the end like Dance For You.)
(The song is influenced by the song Diamonds from Marilyn Monroe. She uses the line "Diamonds are a girl best friend". It's a cute uptempo Pop song with some Jazz in it.)
9. The Arena
(The third big uptempo track out of the 5. It has tribal influences, heavy beats and sick vocals. There is a crazy breakdown with some Arabic influences. The song is about being told what you must do, feeling like you're constantly fighting with someone like in an arena.)
10. Love (ft. Jay-Z)
(The song is about Blue. She talks about the journey she's been through before Blue was born. This is the only feature on the album. It's a R&B midtempo song. The last ballad out of the 2. The song is not only about Blue, it's just about love, loving your friends, family and everyone who supports you. )
11. Rock Your Body
(The fourth big umptempo track. It's kinda like 1+1 but then uptempo. The song has R&B and Rock influences.)
12. The Bomb
(This is the biggest uptempo track on the album. The last out of the 5. It has everything R&B, Pop, Hip-Hop, Rock, Jazz and much more. It's a huge anthem. The song is about a sick party and the beat is so crazy and sick that everyone loses it and she constantly talks about a bomb that will explode. The bomb explodes at the end of the song. The vocals are the sickest here. Many Beyoncé songs have sick vocals, well all those sick vocals are now on one track.)
''Evolution In the Mind''
''Angel In the Sky''
''Come A Little Closer''
''I Don't Love You Anymore''
''Everything Or Nothing''
''Take My Heart''
''A Little Something''
''Nothing Lasts Forever''
Madonna's 13th studio album is, shortly put, a celebration of all the good that has passed in her career. A real evolution in the mind: a step forward from her dancey, booty-popping but somewhat dissapointing output of the last few years. From the enchanting interludes (note: she's never done them before) to the moving ballads to the ''Ray Of Light''-influenced uptempos: this album is a must-listen for everyone. Absolute highlights include: the passive-agressive ''I Don't Love You Anymore'', the heartfelt interlude ''I Apologize'' (likely about her failed marriage to Guy Ritchie), the epic (lead single) ''Don't Stop'' and the nostalgic, self-referencing ''Nothing Lasts Forever''.
''Take My Heart''
''I Don't Love You Anymore''
''Angel In the Sky''
''A Little Something''
It would be a follow up EP to Roman Reloaded that focuses on Roman's wilder side, with verses that are more Monster/ Out of My Mind-esque, and two songs with pop undertones.
"H.B.I.C."- Nicki Minaj
1. Roman Rampage: Roman wreaks havoc, Nicki disses the come-up girls, and it has a Monster type feel. The hook would be " It's a rampage, N*gga/ A mother ****in' rampage!/ Murder in the street, n*gga, mother ****in' rampage!/ A Ruh-ruh- Roman Rampage!"
2. Slayer (feat. Eminem) - A sequel to Roman's Revenge, with an opening from Martha, "I warned you, Roman! They're coming! Run, Roman! You and this boy slim shady!" You hear a slap, and then Roman goes into the verse.
3. H.B.I.C- The title track, basically Nicki bragging about her achievements.
4. Run Along (feat. Drake)- An emotional song with pop undertones, Nicki shows remorse for bringing Roman into existance, and Drake contributes a verse about Old Nicki and what she means to him.
5. Get In The Game- Roman threatens Nicki, and she wavers in between voices, as she argues with herself, " Get in the game, little Nicki/ Show me what you got/ Oh, you neeeeed me?/ Get in the game, show me what chu got!"
6. Hearts Away- A slower song, with singing portions, and a definite radio- friendly chorus.
7. Goodbye, Roman- Roman delivers a verse about how he has to leave, Martha sings the chorus, and Nicki delivers the second verse. In the end, you hear Martha singing acapella, "Goodbye, Roman. It's your time. Goodbye, Roman." There is a pause. Then a gunshot. There is no definite chorus.
The album's image is high-class and tasteful, and so are the videos. The album consists of the perfect blend of pop, dance, r&b and urban crossovers that would slay any soul. To start buzz of the album, she would release a pop promotional single on iTunes called "Empress" featuring Nicki Minaj, and produced by Tricky Stewart. It would receive a video and give Rihanna the perfect promo for her first official single. She offically would start the era off with a dark dance Banger produced by Swedish House Mafia called "Somebody to Call My Lover". Afterward, she would release an Urban/R&B song produced by Stargate featuring Mariah Carey called "Living Life Chic". Succeeding the album's first two singles comes the release of the album, with which Rihanna racks up her highest first week sales and snatches that number one. Following this, a Grammy performance of her third single, "Going for the Gold" with an Egyptian type performance. The song featuring Maroon 5 and produced by Red One and Cirkut is a can't-miss pop anthem, further showing the fun side of Rihanna. The song would be her highest debut to date. The fourth single, produced by Ne-yo and Mike Elozondo, would be called "The Cracks in My Heart." featuring Alicia Keys. It would be Rihanna's hardest hittest ballad, more so than Unfaithful. It would be a piano-driven emotional song, similar to Speechless, but darker like All the Rowboats. The final single from the original album would be called "Roses All Around Me," a dance song produced by Nicky Romero, which would end the original era on a light note. The song would lead to Rihanna's peak in the album and it would be one of her longest #1 singles. After letting the single die, she would announce a re-release, featuring 3 new songs, 2 of which are singles. It would be called Metamorphosis, where Rihanna would "let her hair down" and be more of a regular girl. Continuing the peak of her last single, her sixth single would be called "Letting My Hair Down" featuring her friend with whom she's always longed to do a collaboration with - Katy Perry. The single would be produced by Dr. Luke and it would be the pop record of the summer, drastically increasing album sales in the US and especially worldwide. The end of the whole era would be with a light ballad with contemplation about the whole era and the change in Rihanna (the rerelease). It would be called "Farewell to the Old Me", produced by The Runners. After she promotes the single, she starts her worldwide tour which becomes her highest selling tour.
Welcome to My Life (Intro)
Roses All Around Me
Living Life Chic (ft. Mariah Carey)
I'm the One for You
Reasons to Remain
Going for the Gold (ft. Maroon 5)
Somebody to Call My Lover
The Cracks In My Heart (ft. Alicia Keys)
Our Love Has Vanished
Empress (ft. Nicki Minaj)
I Can't Get Enough of Your Touch
Letting My Hair Down (ft. Katy Perry)
Farewell to the Old Me
Breakdown of the Videos:
Empress - The video would start with Rihanna falling asleep and then waking up experiencing an ultimate epiphany: the urban gangster side of her is gone and she is a total drop dead gorgeous empress. She calls her friends, Nicki Minaj and Rita Ora, and they go on a shopping spree on Rodeo Drive where they meet royalty and Rihanna gets officially anointed.
Somebody to Call My Lover - Rihanna is in one of the most expensive clubs in Las Vegas and after feeling lonely, she finds someone with whom she feels mutual attraction. When they see each other, it's like everything else around them is gone. After they dance together, he carries her to his Vegas penthouse and they have some good-hearted fun ... and the video ends with both of them in the California king bed. Meanwhile, Rihanna contemplates about her past love life but realizes what she has at the moment is better than what ever had.
Living Life Chic - The video would be like "Moment 4 Life" and Rihanna would show herself performing in her beautiful home alongside Mariah Carey. Nothing overly special in terms of plot, but excels in beauty, visuals, and overall collaboration.
Going for the Gold - The video would be in Egypt and she would be having an adventure with Adam Levine; all around her would be gold, Egyptian gods, pyramids, and she would be acting with ultimate savoir faire. After a while, Rihanna realizes she is happier with her life than she had ever been and the final scene shows her kissing, with gold all around her and on her, Maroon 5, her other gold. So in the song's title, gold means 3 things: success, her love interest, and actual gold.
The Cracks in My Heart - The video starts with Rihanna having a fight with her boyfriend in New York and he storms off and leaves her; she is tragically heartbroken. Rihanna calls her best friend, Alicia Keys, who also broke up with her boyfriend just before Rihanna. Instead of grieving, you see the two writing this song together, pouring themselves into the song. As they finish, the two go out in the middle of Times Square and perform the song in front of the crowd with grand pianos to sabotage their rude ex- boyfriends.
Roses All Around Me - This video continues from the end of the video of "Somebody to Call My Lover". It would be released, along with the single, on Valentine's Day. It shows her boyfriend preparing to pamper Rihanna before she wakes up by bringing her her favourite wine, music, and gifts; he also orders roses to throw all around the bed so that the ground can't be seen. He wakes up Rihanna by giving her a kiss on the lips and they both wish each other a happy Valentine's Day. Their conversation continues while he asks her to marry him; as he says this, a man delivers a HUGE valentine's card that could barely fit through the bedroom door. Rihanna thinks about it, but nods her head while crying. He puts the ring on her finger, they hug, and it shows the multi-million-dollar wedding. (This video would be longer than the song)
Letting My Hair Down - Rihanna is still in Vegas with her now-husband and her best friend, Katy Perry, invites her to an Italian restaurant to catch up. Rihanna arrives fashionably late after taking herself a long time to get ready, and she hasn't looked more beautiful. Katy sees her come to their reserved table, and her eyes open up in surprise. "Wow, I'd tap that!" Rihanna responds with a chuckle and they give each other hugs. After saying hello, Katy asks Rihanna what's going on in her life. Rihanna responds her rollercoaster in love and how "she said farewell to the old her" portrayed in Talk That Talk and Rated R. She topped it off with saying she got married to the best thing that's ever happened to her. Katy says, "Wow. I really missed a lot. Rihanna ... you know I love you, but this isn't who you are. You aren't the Queen of England - you're from Barbados and you're my best friend which means you're cool, beautiful, and have an amazing, and crude, sense of humour just like I do. You don't need to change for anyone." Rihanna tears up and said that no friend of hers had ever cared about her that much. She took off her hairband, letting her hair down, and she messed up her clothes a little bit to look like her regular self as much as she could. She told Katy Perry in her regular Barbadian accent she hadn't used for a while, "I needed this." As they exchange their goodbyes, Katy says that she is glad to have her back and with that, Rihanna goes back home to her husband. She gets changed to her more original clothing, and her husband says to her, "This is the Rihanna that I've loved since 2005." The video ends with Rihanna's tearful smile. (This video is longer than the song)
Farewell to the Old Me - The video rehashes everything that happened in the era's connected videos; therefore, there is nothing "new" in the video, just combinations of the highlights of the videos of the following songs: "Somebody to Call My Lover, Living Life Chic, Roses All Around Me, and Letting My Hair Down"
Fab Five:Demi Lovato |Rihanna|Ellie Goulding|P!nk|Katy Perry Queens:Christina Perri |Dev | Marina | Kerli | Florence| Avril | Kelly Rowland
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The album's main theme would be hip-hop. The title of the album would be how she is resurfacing from the ashes and rising above all. It would also have slight pop undertones. It would consist of 18 tracks total; 14 on the standard, and four on the deluxe.
1. I'm Back
2. Reclaiming The Throne (Worship The Queen)
3. Salute Her
4. I Rise
5. Hidden Ambitions
6. Written In Stone
7. Lyrical Monster (ft. Jay-Z & Kanye West)
8. The Ultimate Svengali
9. Psychotic Rampage (ft. Eminem)
10. King & Queen (ft. NAS)
11. Mirror On The Wall (Speak To Me) (ft. Beyonce)
12. I Am...
13. Undisputed Warrior (ft. Drake & Big Sean)
14. The Last Stand
16. Standing Ovation
17. Bloody Massacre
A powerful and strong album that showcases her lyrical ability and true talent. The ultimate album.
1. stole my heart ft bruno mars
2. pray to god
3. burn ft haley williams
4 heart of gold ft rihanna
5. my soul
6. pieces of my heart ft britney spears
7. thru my soul
9. laugh while you can ft nicki minaj
10. reasons why
11. just a sip
12. bleeding ft lady gaga
14. open heart
genre: pop-rock, rock, r&b, dancehall, electro pop, electro alternative, dupstep
theme: mermaid, dark princess
producers: redone, dj shadow, M83, david guetta, dr. luke(with circkut), calvin harris, danja, diplo
2. Red Lipstick
3. Private in Public
4. Warning Signs
5. Element of Crime
6. White Roses
7. Kill the Bitch
The first three songs would be more electronic, with the fourth being halfway between that and the TFM sort of sound ala "Dance in the Dark", and the fifth being like "So Happy I Could Die" instrumentally. "White Roses" would be a piano ballad with Elton John, and "Kill the Bitch" would be a RedOne collaboration in the style of "Monster".
Singles: "Kill the Bitch", "Private in Public", "Red Lipstick"
200 date stadium-exclusive Private in Public World Tour.
And yes I ripped off all the titles from already-rumored titles.
Artist: Lady Gaga
Album: Don't Scatter The Ashes Yet
The main theme of the album would be about people trying to tear her down and kill her. For awhile they think they have succeeded but then this album will bring Gaga back to full force. Hence the beginning of the album begins the same way that Born This Way ended with the 80's type anthems. The 3rd song is Gaga's comeback a duet with Katy Perry, which she uses to reclaim #1 and get everyone's attention again. It's her selling out and working with Dr. Luke to prove a point. She continues this with using two of her old demos and tacking on One Direction on to one of them. However it quickly transistions into a new type of pop that will change the game and bring her back to full force. The album also features 5 collaborations, but all are important in what she is trying to express on the album.
*80's Theme Continuing from BTW*
*Gaga "Selling Out" and going "Generic"*
3. Boxers or Briefs? (W/Katy Perry)
4. Out of Control
5. Nothing On (But The Radio) (W/One Direction)
*New Pop Sound mostly about how the media/fans wanted her dead*
6. Shut Up
7. Kill The Bitch (W/Britney Spears)
8. Slippery When Wet
9. Hooker on a Church Corner
10. Only In Your Dreams
*Her Piano Songs/Ballads*
11. Princess Die
12. Love is Love (W/Elton John)
13. No Floods
14. Wonderful (W/ Regina Spektor)
*The Album Ends With a Preview of what's to come, and it's a crazy sound like nothing before*
15. The Bitch is Back
16. Hollywood (Take My Picture)
1. You Lost Me
2. Size of His Heart (It's Bigger than Yoürs)
1. Boxers or Briefs? (W/Katy Perry)
2. Shut Up
3. Kill The Bitch (W/ Britney Spears)
4. Out of Control
5. Nothing on (But The Radio) (W/One Direction)
6. Hooker on a Church Corner
7. Hollywood (Take My Picture)
Boxers or Briefs? #1 for 14 weeks.
Shut Up #1 for 2 Weeks.
Kill The Bitch #1 for 6 Weeks.
Out of Control #3
Nothing On (But The Radio) #1 for 1 week.
Hooker on A Church Corner #4
Hollywood (Take My Picture) #1 for 4 Weeks.
Theme: old Hollywood glamorous, 1920s-1940s classic pinup girl
Sound: very pop rock, guitar oriented. A little idie, A bit darker more serious, with some fun moments
1. Take me to Hollywood
3. Behind a mask
4. Jewels and diamonds
5. Outside the box
6. Tell me I'm beautiful
8. Takes one to know one
9. Shot in the dark
10. Mobster love
11. Take me away
12. The first time
13. Sherlock Holmes
14. Black and white
Chase the Wind
Theme: Peaceful, nature, countryside girl
Sounds- country folk, a bit of country pop but definitely country dominated
1. Chase the Wind
2. Seeing you
4, shattered hearts
5. Dark blue Tennessee
6. Distant memory
7. Magic night
8. Cloudy skies
11. Wide open world
12. Never mind
13. Closest to a Cowboy
Theme: An ancient Queen who comes back to take control. Genre not sure, but there will be a variety. And there will be a lot of collaborations with this album. Cher, Beyonce, Frank Ocean, Florence Welch, and Madonna.
2.) Who Do You Think You Are Ft Cher
3.) Bow Down [explicit] Ft Beyonce
5.) Slaughter House [explicit] Ft Frank Ocean
7.) Fear Me
8.) Force To Be Reckoned With [explicit]
9.) Do It (Now)
10.) Changing Storms Ft Florence Welch
13.) Knock These Bitches Down [explicit]
14.) Final Words Ft Madonna
Theme: US Debut / an album that displays her voice and her skills in adapting to the current trends.
1. こんにちは (Intro)
2. Good Guys / Bad Boys
4. If You're Mine...
6. An Unspoken Kiss (Interlude)
8. Missed My Chance
9. When (You Love Me)
10. Played (feat. BENI)
11. Rumors and Closed Lips
12. You Are Love
13. Make It Last
14. さようなら (Outro)