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Artists (non pop girls) that once were HUGE and fell off?


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Robbie Williams going from selling 12m on average with his first four albums that when he eventually flopped on his sixth album, so many of his CDs were manufactured without getting any purchase that they had to be shipped to China to pave their roads, the label went under shortly after

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Nelly was the second most successful rapper in the 2000s, but haven't found any success musically since his top 3 2010 hit Just a Dream. 

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DesiredConsternation
3 minutes ago, Rap God said:

 

 

 

Nelly was the second most successful rapper in the 2000s, but haven't found any success musically since his top 3 2010 hit Just a Dream. 

Many of the 2000s acts had no longevity for some reason

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Just now, DesiredConsternation said:

Many of the 2000s acts had no longevity for some reason

Yeah this is so true. 

 

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Usher was truly massive and is just completely irrelevant today. I only knew his name and thought he was some c-list rapper before becoming interested in music... His songs are still known though.

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Boyz II Men started flopping/fading about 10 years in. They had a good run but everything just came to a screeching halt around 2000. Sad because this song deserved as much success as I’ll Make Love To You/End of the Road/etc.

 

 

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46 minutes ago, Enzolorenzo said:

Usher is still iconic tho 

Legendary.

 

 And i don’t think it’s fair to place him here he was literally massive over 10 years +. It wasn’t just one or two eras. 
 

I mean he was bound to slow down. 

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lillavend3r
4 minutes ago, ThirdWardBey said:

Lady Gaga comes to mind

Can you read? It says "not pop girls" but anyways #1 album and single last year try again!:cool:

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MoonGoodandHappy
4 minutes ago, ThirdWardBey said:

Lady Gaga comes to mind

"NON POP GIRLS" Beyonce fans... hateful and brainless. :ace:

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Underclass King
10 minutes ago, ThirdWardBey said:

Lady Gaga comes to mind

The title says “non pop girls”. Please learn how to read.

 

OT: I agree with Boyz II Men. They were huge but really fell off.

 

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12 minutes ago, ThirdWardBey said:

Lady Gaga comes to mind

She lives rent free in your head, so no one is surprised :bibliahh:

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Just now, infrared said:

She lives rent free in your head, so no one is surprised :bibliahh:

At least she lives in someone's head. :bibliahh:

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Blue Honeymoon

Phil Collins

Alicia Silverstone

Sean Paul

Megan Fox

Usher
Ace Of Base

Brendan Fraser

Aaron Carter

Black Eyed Peas

Alanis Morrisette

 

 

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Just now, ThirdWardBey said:

At least she lives in someone's head. :bibliahh:

40m monthly listeners on Spotify, you really tried. :dancehall3:

 

Born This Way, which is completely “forgotten”, outstreaming 4, Lemonade, and Beyoncé, The Gift, daily on Spotify. Huh? :fan:

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12 minutes ago, Blue Honeymoon said:

Phil Collins

Alicia Silverstone

Sean Paul

Megan Fox

Usher
Ace Of Base

Brendan Fraser

Aaron Carter

Black Eyed Peas

Alanis Morrisette

 

 

aaron carter was never huge :rip: alicia silverstone is a weird case for sure

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Problematique

50 Cent

 

He was the it rapper in the early/mid 2000s, now he's relegated to shading and dragging Wendy Williams online :rip:

 

Akon

Majority of british female singers

(Leona, Jessie J, Emeli) 

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Norah Jones 

Joss Stone 

Buffy 

Green Day 

Red Hot Chili Peppers 

Limp Bizkit 

Blue (and all members)

Blink 182

 

Lots of brit pop bands and lots of pop girls from the UK... God they drop their acts like a rock.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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UnanimousBB16
1 hour ago, umich said:

Boyz II Men started flopping/fading about 10 years in. They had a good run but everything just came to a screeching halt around 2000. Sad because this song deserved as much success as I’ll Make Love To You/End of the Road/etc.

 

 

They started flopping around 1998 because Backstreet Boys/NSYNC made their mark in the late 90s, and tried to be white versions of them. Boyz II Men also wanted to produce/write everything themselves, while not working with the big heads. They also pissed off their label, and had bad attitudes, so they were allegedly blackballed.

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