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9 hours ago, Virtual_Insanity said:

Selenas solo career started in 2013. Try 4 to 6 years. 

Except they were clearly referencing her overall music career. When Fergie’s career is brought up, no one says “It was 4-5 years” long.. They include her entire time as an active artist. Regardless, no one ever considered “Selena Gomez & The Scene” to be a legitimate band. 

 

This might be the first time I’ve ever tried to see someone discredit Selena’s longevity because of “The Scene”... Weird. 

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moonlitdick
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To be fair idk if YouTube views should be accounted for when totalling Ice Cream’s streams since KPop videos always do well there.

 

 

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biblicalmonster
24 minutes ago, ariananext said:

that's what happens when you slutshame a woman, they remember it 

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OT: anyways, Selena has produced multiple smash hits since 2013. Miley hasn't.

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10 minutes ago, Slow Down said:

Except they were clearly referencing her overall music career. When Fergie’s career is brought up, no one says “It was 4-5 years” long.. They include her entire time as an active artist. Regardless, no one ever considered “Selena Gomez & The Scene” to be a legitimate band. 

 

This might be the first time I’ve ever tried to see someone discredit Selena’s longevity because of “The Scene”... Weird. 

Like Selena's the only one singing in these songs. :rip:

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AccioMiley
28 minutes ago, ariananext said:

that's what happens when you slutshame a woman, they remember it 

How on earth did i slutshame you?? Lol youre delusional

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AccioMiley
11 minutes ago, moonlitdick said:

Get his ass.

 

 

Im a woman myself but ok :deadbanana4:

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12 hours ago, Virtual_Insanity said:

I mean Miley is up there with the mega ladies who have DIAMOND certified singles. Gaga, Katy, Rihanna, etc. A very distinguished group of women. 

7 Rings will put Ariana in this group soon hehe

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moonlitdick
1 minute ago, AccioMiley said:

Im a woman myself but ok :deadbanana4:

Omg I’m sorry for misgendering you.

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EarthJang

Used to be Miley but Selena is the bigger hitmaker now :giraffe:

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Thiago Silva

I think Selena is bigger now, Miley post-Bangerz disappeared from media and Selena surpassed her (I think). Both queens but Selena is bigger now...

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monster_enriquer
6 hours ago, Selegend said:

Here on this thread we’ve read that streams doesnt matter, metacritic doesnt matter.... nothing matters when its going to prove that selenas a bigger hitmaker. (Metacritic really doesnt matter when we talk about hits but they were talking about overall career) 
they scream the climb is a classic but ignore that love u like a love song exists. 
100% say that lose you to love me and wolves nothing will never be a classic as if it wasnt aging very well 

Its just a joke at this point 

:michael:

Anyone who reads this thread will know whos the biggest. By far. 

period bestie:dies:

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Godly

Just to add some numbers to the debate, I added up the Spotify and YouTube streams of their singles, counting the unofficial videos with most views as well for accuracy and this is the result:

 

1. We Don't Talk Anymore - 4.42B

2. Taki Taki - 3.72B

3. Wrecking Ball - 2.13B

4. It Ain't Me - 2.11B

5. Wolves - 1.96B

6. We Can't Stop - 1.79B

7. Party In The U.S.A. - 1.61B

8. Back To You - 1.30B

9. Good For You - 1.22B

10. Lose You To Love Me - 1.18B

 

11. The Heart Wants What It Wants - 1.18B

12. Love You Like A Love Song - 1.17B

13. The Climb - 1.17B

14. 23 - 1.16B

15.  Malibu - 1.14B

16. Ice Cream - 1.11B

16. Same Old Love - 1.08B

17. Come & Get It - 1.07B

18. Kill Em With Kindness - 1.05B

19. Hands To Myself - 1.01B

20. Bad Liar - 821M
 

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21. When I Look At You - 812M

22. Nothing Breaks Like A Heart - 794M

23. Fetish - 725M

24. Who Says - 623M

25. I Can't Get Enough - 555M

26. Midnight Sky - 541M

27. Slow Down - 534M

28. I Want You To Know - 524M

29. Don't Call Me Angel - 515M

30. Naturally - 506M

 

31. Adore You - 494M

32. A Year Without Rain + Un Año Sin Lluvia - 487M

33. Look At Her Now - 475M

34. Feelin' Myself - 443M

35. Prisoner - 391M

36. Mother's Daughter - 381M

37. 7 Things - 373M

38. Baila Conmigo - 359M

38. Rare - 339M

38. Slide Away - 323M

39. Can't Be Tamed - 296M

39. Hit The Lights - 286M

40. Tell Me Something I Don't Know - 275M

 

Of course this has to be contextualized since both of their older hits happened before the streaming era and with streaming continuously growing newer songs will have bigger numbers despite being less successful. Still, it should paint a decent enough picture :celestial5:

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1 minute ago, Godly said:

Just to add some numbers to the debate, I added up the Spotify and YouTube streams of their singles, counting the unofficial videos with most views as well for accuracy and this is the result:

 

1. We Don't Talk Anymore - 4.42B

2. Taki Taki - 3.72B

3. Wrecking Ball - 2.13B

4. It Ain't Me - 2.11B

5. Wolves - 1.96B

6. We Can't Stop - 1.79B

7. Party In The U.S.A. - 1.61B

8. Back To You - 1.30B

9. Good For You - 1.22B

10. Lose You To Love Me - 1.18B

 

11. The Heart Wants What It Wants - 1.18B

12. Love You Like A Love Song - 1.17B

13. The Climb - 1.17B

14. 23 - 1.16B

15.  Malibu - 1.14B

16. Ice Cream - 1.11B

16. Same Old Love - 1.08B

17. Come & Get It - 1.07B

18. Kill Em With Kindness - 1.05B

19. Hands To Myself - 1.01B

20. Bad Liar - 821M
 

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21. When I Look At You - 812M

22. Nothing Breaks Like A Heart - 794M

23. Fetish - 725M

24. Who Says - 623M

25. I Can't Get Enough - 555M

26. Midnight Sky - 541M

27. Slow Down - 534M

28. I Want You To Know - 524M

29. Don't Call Me Angel - 515M

30. Naturally - 506M

 

31. Adore You - 494M

32. A Year Without Rain + Un Año Sin Lluvia - 487M

33. Look At Her Now - 475M

34. Feelin' Myself - 443M

35. Prisoner - 391M

36. Mother's Daughter - 381M

37. 7 Things - 373M

38. Baila Conmigo - 359M

38. Rare - 339M

38. Slide Away - 323M

39. Can't Be Tamed - 296M

39. Hit The Lights - 286M

40. Tell Me Something I Don't Know - 275M

 

Of course this has to be contextualized since both of their older hits happened before the streaming era and with streaming continuously growing newer songs will have bigger numbers despite being less successful. Still, it should paint a decent enough picture :celestial5:

Oh wow not Selena eating her UP

 

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I feel like Selena has More hits

but a large majority of them aren't even hers

 

while a lot of Miley's are iconic classics

undisputed ones

 

 

Selena has become a bigger hitmaker these days

obviously

but in terms of the songs being big and that being overall..I still think it's Miley?

or like a tie

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2 hours ago, Godly said:

Just to add some numbers to the debate, I added up the Spotify and YouTube streams of their singles, counting the unofficial videos with most views as well for accuracy and this is the result:

 

1. We Don't Talk Anymore - 4.42B

2. Taki Taki - 3.72B

3. Wrecking Ball - 2.13B

4. It Ain't Me - 2.11B

5. Wolves - 1.96B

6. We Can't Stop - 1.79B

7. Party In The U.S.A. - 1.61B

8. Back To You - 1.30B

9. Good For You - 1.22B

10. Lose You To Love Me - 1.18B

 

11. The Heart Wants What It Wants - 1.18B

12. Love You Like A Love Song - 1.17B

13. The Climb - 1.17B

14. 23 - 1.16B

15.  Malibu - 1.14B

16. Ice Cream - 1.11B

16. Same Old Love - 1.08B

17. Come & Get It - 1.07B

18. Kill Em With Kindness - 1.05B

19. Hands To Myself - 1.01B

20. Bad Liar - 821M
 

  Reveal hidden contents

 

21. When I Look At You - 812M

22. Nothing Breaks Like A Heart - 794M

23. Fetish - 725M

24. Who Says - 623M

25. I Can't Get Enough - 555M

26. Midnight Sky - 541M

27. Slow Down - 534M

28. I Want You To Know - 524M

29. Don't Call Me Angel - 515M

30. Naturally - 506M

 

31. Adore You - 494M

32. A Year Without Rain + Un Año Sin Lluvia - 487M

33. Look At Her Now - 475M

34. Feelin' Myself - 443M

35. Prisoner - 391M

36. Mother's Daughter - 381M

37. 7 Things - 373M

38. Baila Conmigo - 359M

38. Rare - 339M

38. Slide Away - 323M

39. Can't Be Tamed - 296M

39. Hit The Lights - 286M

40. Tell Me Something I Don't Know - 275M

 

Of course this has to be contextualized since both of their older hits happened before the streaming era and with streaming continuously growing newer songs will have bigger numbers despite being less successful. Still, it should paint a decent enough picture :celestial5:

its clear selena won :rip: i mean miley's hits ended in 2013

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blackoutbaby

To be fair, Miley doesn't release many singles from her albums. Despite the fact Bangerz was one of the biggest eras of 2013, it only had three singles. And one of her studio albums (MC&HDP) didn't have any singles since it was literally given to people for free.

 

Either way, PITUSA, We Can't Stop, and Wrecking Ball are more remembered than any Selena Gomez hit.

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ryoncé

Just bc Selena may have “bigger numbers” when it comes to stats doesn’t mean that most of her hits are garbage and Miley’s biggest hits are iconic classics

 

We don’t talk anymore is the biggest dud of all time so I’m not even sure how that song got 1 stream much less billions....

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3 hours ago, Godly said:

Just to add some numbers to the debate, I added up the Spotify and YouTube streams of their singles, counting the unofficial videos with most views as well for accuracy and this is the result:

 

1. We Don't Talk Anymore - 4.42B

2. Taki Taki - 3.72B

3. Wrecking Ball - 2.13B

4. It Ain't Me - 2.11B

5. Wolves - 1.96B

6. We Can't Stop - 1.79B

7. Party In The U.S.A. - 1.61B

8. Back To You - 1.30B

9. Good For You - 1.22B

10. Lose You To Love Me - 1.18B

 

11. The Heart Wants What It Wants - 1.18B

12. Love You Like A Love Song - 1.17B

13. The Climb - 1.17B

14. 23 - 1.16B

15.  Malibu - 1.14B

16. Ice Cream - 1.11B

16. Same Old Love - 1.08B

17. Come & Get It - 1.07B

18. Kill Em With Kindness - 1.05B

19. Hands To Myself - 1.01B

20. Bad Liar - 821M
 

  Reveal hidden contents

 

21. When I Look At You - 812M

22. Nothing Breaks Like A Heart - 794M

23. Fetish - 725M

24. Who Says - 623M

25. I Can't Get Enough - 555M

26. Midnight Sky - 541M

27. Slow Down - 534M

28. I Want You To Know - 524M

29. Don't Call Me Angel - 515M

30. Naturally - 506M

 

31. Adore You - 494M

32. A Year Without Rain + Un Año Sin Lluvia - 487M

33. Look At Her Now - 475M

34. Feelin' Myself - 443M

35. Prisoner - 391M

36. Mother's Daughter - 381M

37. 7 Things - 373M

38. Baila Conmigo - 359M

38. Rare - 339M

38. Slide Away - 323M

39. Can't Be Tamed - 296M

39. Hit The Lights - 286M

40. Tell Me Something I Don't Know - 275M

 

Of course this has to be contextualized since both of their older hits happened before the streaming era and with streaming continuously growing newer songs will have bigger numbers despite being less successful. Still, it should paint a decent enough picture :celestial5:

Now include pure sales

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Me & My Hits
3 hours ago, Godly said:

Just to add some numbers to the debate, I added up the Spotify and YouTube streams of their singles, counting the unofficial videos with most views as well for accuracy and this is the result:

 

1. We Don't Talk Anymore - 4.42B

2. Taki Taki - 3.72B

3. Wrecking Ball - 2.13B

4. It Ain't Me - 2.11B

5. Wolves - 1.96B

6. We Can't Stop - 1.79B

7. Party In The U.S.A. - 1.61B

8. Back To You - 1.30B

9. Good For You - 1.22B

10. Lose You To Love Me - 1.18B

 

11. The Heart Wants What It Wants - 1.18B

12. Love You Like A Love Song - 1.17B

13. The Climb - 1.17B

14. 23 - 1.16B

15.  Malibu - 1.14B

16. Ice Cream - 1.11B

16. Same Old Love - 1.08B

17. Come & Get It - 1.07B

18. Kill Em With Kindness - 1.05B

19. Hands To Myself - 1.01B

20. Bad Liar - 821M
 

  Reveal hidden contents

 

21. When I Look At You - 812M

22. Nothing Breaks Like A Heart - 794M

23. Fetish - 725M

24. Who Says - 623M

25. I Can't Get Enough - 555M

26. Midnight Sky - 541M

27. Slow Down - 534M

28. I Want You To Know - 524M

29. Don't Call Me Angel - 515M

30. Naturally - 506M

 

31. Adore You - 494M

32. A Year Without Rain + Un Año Sin Lluvia - 487M

33. Look At Her Now - 475M

34. Feelin' Myself - 443M

35. Prisoner - 391M

36. Mother's Daughter - 381M

37. 7 Things - 373M

38. Baila Conmigo - 359M

38. Rare - 339M

38. Slide Away - 323M

39. Can't Be Tamed - 296M

39. Hit The Lights - 286M

40. Tell Me Something I Don't Know - 275M

 

Of course this has to be contextualized since both of their older hits happened before the streaming era and with streaming continuously growing newer songs will have bigger numbers despite being less successful. Still, it should paint a decent enough picture :celestial5:

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biblicalmonster
6 hours ago, Godly said:

Just to add some numbers to the debate, I added up the Spotify and YouTube streams of their singles, counting the unofficial videos with most views as well for accuracy and this is the result:

 

1. We Don't Talk Anymore - 4.42B

2. Taki Taki - 3.72B

3. Wrecking Ball - 2.13B

4. It Ain't Me - 2.11B

5. Wolves - 1.96B

6. We Can't Stop - 1.79B

7. Party In The U.S.A. - 1.61B

8. Back To You - 1.30B

9. Good For You - 1.22B

10. Lose You To Love Me - 1.18B

 

11. The Heart Wants What It Wants - 1.18B

12. Love You Like A Love Song - 1.17B

13. The Climb - 1.17B

14. 23 - 1.16B

15.  Malibu - 1.14B

16. Ice Cream - 1.11B

16. Same Old Love - 1.08B

17. Come & Get It - 1.07B

18. Kill Em With Kindness - 1.05B

19. Hands To Myself - 1.01B

20. Bad Liar - 821M
 

  Reveal hidden contents

 

21. When I Look At You - 812M

22. Nothing Breaks Like A Heart - 794M

23. Fetish - 725M

24. Who Says - 623M

25. I Can't Get Enough - 555M

26. Midnight Sky - 541M

27. Slow Down - 534M

28. I Want You To Know - 524M

29. Don't Call Me Angel - 515M

30. Naturally - 506M

 

31. Adore You - 494M

32. A Year Without Rain + Un Año Sin Lluvia - 487M

33. Look At Her Now - 475M

34. Feelin' Myself - 443M

35. Prisoner - 391M

36. Mother's Daughter - 381M

37. 7 Things - 373M

38. Baila Conmigo - 359M

38. Rare - 339M

38. Slide Away - 323M

39. Can't Be Tamed - 296M

39. Hit The Lights - 286M

40. Tell Me Something I Don't Know - 275M

 

Of course this has to be contextualized since both of their older hits happened before the streaming era and with streaming continuously growing newer songs will have bigger numbers despite being less successful. Still, it should paint a decent enough picture :celestial5:

Oh wow.

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7 hours ago, Godly said:

Just to add some numbers to the debate, I added up the Spotify and YouTube streams of their singles, counting the unofficial videos with most views as well for accuracy and this is the result:

 

1. We Don't Talk Anymore - 4.42B

2. Taki Taki - 3.72B

3. Wrecking Ball - 2.13B

4. It Ain't Me - 2.11B

5. Wolves - 1.96B

6. We Can't Stop - 1.79B

7. Party In The U.S.A. - 1.61B

8. Back To You - 1.30B

9. Good For You - 1.22B

10. Lose You To Love Me - 1.18B

 

11. The Heart Wants What It Wants - 1.18B

12. Love You Like A Love Song - 1.17B

13. The Climb - 1.17B

14. 23 - 1.16B

15.  Malibu - 1.14B

16. Ice Cream - 1.11B

16. Same Old Love - 1.08B

17. Come & Get It - 1.07B

18. Kill Em With Kindness - 1.05B

19. Hands To Myself - 1.01B

20. Bad Liar - 821M
 

  Hide contents

 

21. When I Look At You - 812M

22. Nothing Breaks Like A Heart - 794M

23. Fetish - 725M

24. Who Says - 623M

25. I Can't Get Enough - 555M

26. Midnight Sky - 541M

27. Slow Down - 534M

28. I Want You To Know - 524M

29. Don't Call Me Angel - 515M

30. Naturally - 506M

 

31. Adore You - 494M

32. A Year Without Rain + Un Año Sin Lluvia - 487M

33. Look At Her Now - 475M

34. Feelin' Myself - 443M

35. Prisoner - 391M

36. Mother's Daughter - 381M

37. 7 Things - 373M

38. Baila Conmigo - 359M

38. Rare - 339M

38. Slide Away - 323M

39. Can't Be Tamed - 296M

39. Hit The Lights - 286M

40. Tell Me Something I Don't Know - 275M

 

Of course this has to be contextualized since both of their older hits happened before the streaming era and with streaming continuously growing newer songs will have bigger numbers despite being less successful. Still, it should paint a decent enough picture :celestial5:

Omg:bibliahh:

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Virtual_Insanity
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In the USA going on RIAA certifications Party in the USA by Miley ( DIAMOND) is bigger than Taki Taki, Lose you to love me and It Ain't me COMBINED. 

In fact Party in the USA is 3.33 times bigger than any solo Selena Gomez single, as her highest certified solo song is 3 * Platinum.

Party in the USA is 2.5 times bigger than any Selena Gomez collab/feature single, as her highest certified non solo song is 4 * Platinum

Furthermore Party in the USA is 10 times bigger than the critically acclaimed (by Pitchfork) track "Bad Liar"

 

Also We Can't Stop, another solo song by Miley is certified 5 * platinum, eclipsing any song , solo or feature by Selena, whose highest certification is a 4 * Platinum

Wrecking Ball, certified 5 * platinum also achieves this feat of eclipsing any song by Selena. 

 

In fact The Climb, certified 4 * platinum also eclipses all of Selena's solo certifications, matched only by a collab or feature track. 

 

So armed with all that information I would have to objectively say Miley Cyrus is the only correct answer here.  

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