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  1. Squall

    Top 10 of the decade: is it accurate?

    Where is it coming from (who is Tanooki10?) and why is Girls Like You #5? Thoughts?
  2. midnightdawn

    Can straight guys stan pop girls?

    Can they stan pop girls without getting mocked/ridiculed by others? The ones I've seen seem sheepish or embarrassed to admit liking them.
  3. Theyre ATRL lurkers. People should respect them/praise them more cause theyre givin attention to our forum Dont give them bad comments. U wanna hurt them? theyre reading sometimes our threads Zara Larsson Cupcakke Ryan Tedder Slayteer Kim Petras Zendaya Lil Nas Tinashe
  4. OnikaSlays

    Is Megan about to replace Cardi?

    Megan Thee Stallion is quickly establishing herself as rap’s newest IT girl. Despite not being signed to a major label or having a “hit” on the Hot 100, her debut mixtape, Fever, is set to debut in the top 10 next week. She’s already well respected within the hip hop community and she’s only getting bigger. This leads me to wonder, what does this mean for Bodak Yellow rapper? Can Cardi and Megan both coexist, or will the GP move on?
  5. Metamorphosis

    Has Rihanna ever bad a bad hair day?

    So, I was looking up pics of celebs with bad hair and I genuinely have a hard time finding one of Rih. Like that takes a lot of talent in itself for your hair to look amazing 24/7.
  6. moonlitdick

    Will Ariana Win And/Or Sweep At 2020 Grammys?

    Will The Grammy Winning Chanteuse Win For A 2nd Year In A Row?
  7. Scotland

    Are Ariana's latest hits "meme'd" hits?

    I've seen that word used when referred to Ariana a lot lately. I would like to ask ATRL what does it mean for a pop girl hit to be "meme'd" and are Ariana's hits TUN and 7R meme hits?
  8. Future Lover

    Weakest #1 of the year so far?

    Which #1 single is the weakest chart-topper of 2019 so far?
  9. gooddreams

    Your Celebrity Sex List

    People of all pronouns, if you find it fun to do so...this thread is a place to share your top picks of celebs you fantasize about making love to. Rules: *If you are under 18 don't post your list. *Don't post any celebs who are under 18. *Fictional characters count (i.e SpongeBob). Mine, lol: - Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson - Will Smith - Jimmy Kimmel - Charlie Puth - Antonio Banderas
  10. Bchip

    High Hopes turns 1

    1 year since this SMASH was released Canada - 4× Platinum Australia - 3× Platinum United States - 2× Platinum United Kingdom - Platinum Germany - Platinum Austria - Platinum Denmark - Platinum Italy - Platinum Netherlands - Platinum New Zealand - Platinum Poland - Platinum Switzerland - Platinum Spain - Gold Belgium - Gold France - Gold Norway - Gold
  11. moonlitdick

    Bigger: BUWYGIB or ME!

    Both #2 debuting & peaking songs. One is a lead single, and the other is a 3rd single and the least successful from that artist’s era. Which is bigger?
  12. ziam

    Kim Petras called me ugly. Why?

    all I did was enjoy my late
  13. romas_ld

    She Wolf - Appreciation Thread

    Let's discuss this timeless #11 peaking bop Shakira was so ahead of the time, it still sounds soo fresh!
  14. cliche_display

    Megan the Stallion or Lizzo

    Or are they both in different lanes?
  15. Rotunda

    Did Nicki Help Or Hinder Female Rap

    In a way, it seems as though female rap has returned. This week 7 songs on the BB Hot 100 feature female rappers (see below). Similarly, Iggy Azalea has recently proven that she still has the capability to chart with “Sally Walker”, non-rap artists like Ariana and Bey have rap-sung their way onto the charts with “7 Rings” and “APE****”, Bhad Barbie found her way onto the charts in 2018, and Nicki is also still very much in the game. Beyond that, female collaborations also seem to be up post-Motorsport with Nicki/Foxxy on “Coco Chanel”, Cardi/City Girls on “Twerk”, and Rico Nasty/Doja Cat on “Tia Tamera”. (Nicki also appears on the track “BAPS” with Trina, which drops next month). Do you think the recent success of women in hip-hop is because of the years that Nicki spent atop the game, opening doors for other artists, or because she no longer has a stranglehold on the industry post-Cardi? 27 - Cardi B (Please Me) 32 - Cardi B (Girls Like You) 33 - City Girls (Act Up) 42 - Lizzo (Truth Hurts) 55 - Cardi B (Clout) 65 - Megan Thee Stallion (Big Ole Freak) 100 - Lizzo (Juice)* *- Juice isn’t technically a hip-hop song but I’v chosen to include it since Lizzo has been considered a female rapper by various outlets (Billboard, BET, etc.)
  16. ...in 2017 with this masterpiece! "there's something bigger than ME!" Are you surprised?
  17. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uFvtCUzfyL4 Tati and Jefree are clearly jealous and trash
  18. Wonderland

    If Halsey is an atheist...

    Then why is she praying at the start of “Nightmare”? Now I lay me down to sleep, I pray the Lord my soul to keep; If I should die before I wake, I pray the Lord my soul to take. And when you think about it, her new song sounds a lot like those contemporary Christian rock songs sung at “modern” churches that young people like her fans would go to. Has she really been a secret evangelical Christian all this time? Discuss.
  19. 80x100

    Lizzo is still rising, surprised?

    United States iTunes: 23. Truth Hurts (+8) 66. Juice (+15) 107. Good as Hell (+24) 162. Blame It On Your Love (+4) 311. Juice 380. Boys (+456) 408. Tempo (+8) 581. Cuz I Love You (+352) 1242. Juice Spotify: 5. Truth Hurts (=) 82. Juice (+4) YouTube: 69. Truth Hurts Apple Music: 16. Truth Hurts (+2) 273. Juice (+15) 772. Tempo (+12) 802. Good as Hell (+36) 948. Blame It On Your Love (-30) iTunes Albums 9. Cuz I Love You (+7) 15. Cuz I Love You (+18) 45. Coconut Oil - EP (+52) 608. Cuz I Love You 1203. Boys (new) Apple Music Albums: 50. Cuz I Love You (+3) 63. Cuz I Love You (+8) 499. Coconut Oil - EP (-46)
  20. johnny_9ss

    Why isn't Britney talking publicly?

    So she can't post about the conservatorship or any kind of personal stuff on social media. But lets say she's driving somewhere with her bodyguard or whoever has to be with her when she's driving... no one is stopping her from just running into the ABC or CBS building and say "I'm Britney Spears and I want to talk." Her handlers couldn't do anything. They can't forcefully remove her from the premises right?
  21. Scotland

    Pop girls that are overrated by the gays?

    For me it's def Carly Rae, her music is too pop for me, very boring. And also Charli XCX. She had some cute bops here and there, and her first two albums were great, but the Vroom Vroom stuff is kinda garb. Who else?
  22. Taylor fanboy

    Post MaturE Duets

    Your turn.
  23. alexanderao

    atrlcritic | "Liberation" now

    IMPORTANT - REVIEW REQUIREMENTS Please know that these requirements are only for the better. They are not meant to discourage stans from writing reviews; they are meant to promote more thoughtful and detailed reviews. All single reviews MUST be at least 80 words in length. Here's a sample 80-word review: All album reviews MUST be at least 150 words in length. Here's a sample 150-word review: ABOUT Welcome to atrlcritic! Based on the popular entertainment review website metacritic, atrlcritic is a collaborative effort between members and moderators of ATRL to review and rate the latest releases. Members will be given the opportunity to share and discuss their opinions on new releases while working to form a cumulative score. Rules – Absolutely no trolling. We want you to have fun and be creative with your reviews, but the rules of ATRL still apply. – Single reviews must be at least 80 words; album reviews must be at least 150 words. – Reviews won't be counted once the final score is posted. – Members can discuss past reviews and recommend upcoming releases to review. – Criticism of reviews is allowed, but personal attacks of members for their opinions is prohibited. For example, saying "your review doesn't make sense because _____" is OK, but "you have bad taste in music" is not. Scoring – For songs/albums with a review period ending on or before November 9, 2014, there are two compiled scores—the member score and the modscore. – For songs/albums with a review period ending after November 9, 2014, a Top Critic score is complied in lieu of a modscore. – All reviews must include a score in order to be counted. – All scores must be out of 4, out of 5, out of 10, or use the letter grade scale. – At the end of the review period, final scores will be calculated and posted. – Reviews will not be counted into the final score if they violate the rules. The Review Process – A single or album will be put up for review if there are at least three people requesting it to be reviewed. Under special circumstances, such as surprise release, this requirement may not apply and whether it is reviewed may be alexanderao's decision. – Promotional singles will not be reviewed until they are released as official singles. – The general amount of time for reviewing a single or album is 2 weeks. – The maximum amount of things that will be reviewed at once is 5. – Scores are only official if the song or album being reviewed receives more than 5 reviews. – Review periods may be extended at the discretion of alexanderao. Tips For Writing Reviews The results of my atrlcritic survey showed that among those who completed the survey but have not written a review, approximately 78% said they had not written one because they do not feel like they can write good reviews. To curb this problem, I've listed some of my tips for writing a review. These are just suggestions, and I don't care if you use them or not. I'm just trying to help out those who are struggling to write a "good" review. 1: Use as many adjectives as possible. Instead of using vague words like "good," "bad," or "okay," try to describe your feelings towards the song in as much detail as possible. Was the chorus disappointing or irresistible and catchy? Was the beat bland and vapid or pleasant and addictive? 2: Don't censor yourself. Don't worry what other people will think of your review, because as long as it meets the length requirements and justifies its score it will be counted. Pour out your thoughts on the song or album. 3: If you are reviewing an album, consider a track-by-track review. Sometimes it's hard to sum up a full album in a paragraph or two, and I know that it works better for a lot of people (including me) to go through each track briefly before wrapping up a review with a quick closing paragraph. 4: Assign a score by using other songs as reference points. If you have no idea where to start, I would suggest thinking about your favorite and least favorite songs of the year. Your favorites will be in the 8-10 range, and your least favorites (depending on how harshly you review) should be in the 0-5 range. Then, think of songs that are nothing special; neither good nor bad. For most people these fall in the 4-6 range. Find a place for the song you are reviewing along that spectrum. 5: Don't obsess over spelling and grammar. Your review does not have to flow perfectly or be devoid of spelling errors. Care more about the content of the review, not the way it is presented. Of course, if you feel comfortable with the content you are free to polish up your review. But if you are struggling to even get some content down, don't even think about spelling and grammar. 6: Have a conclusion. Whether it is with one sentence or two paragraphs, it's always a good idea to wrap up your review with a summary of your thoughts about the song or album, so that the tone of your review is evident. For example, if you pointed out some good things about a song as well as some bad things, a conclusion will help you determine whether the good outweighed the bad, or vice versa. Think of your conclusion as your overall opinion about the song or album. Oftentimes, I find my conclusion helpful in determining a score for my review. If anybody has any other tips, feel free to share! I want everyone to feel comfortable writing reviews because they really are fun to do! Previously Reviewed Unofficial scores due to insufficient reviews Under moderator management – Sia - "1000 Forms of Fear" – Drake - "0 to 100 / The Catch Up" – La Roux - "Trouble in Paradise" – Azealia Banks - "Heavy Metal and Reflective" – Jessie J, Ariana Grande, & Nicki Minaj - "Bang Bang" – Hilary Duff - "Chasing the Sun" – Tony Bennett & Lady Gaga - "Anything Goes" – Nicki Minaj - "Anaconda" – Beyoncé f/Nicki Minaj - "***Flawless (Remix)" – Pixie Lott - "Pixie Lott" – Hilary Duff - "All About You" – FKA twigs - "LP1" – Taylor Swift - "Shake It Off" – Charli XCX - "Break The Rules" – Ariana Grande - "My Everything" – Maroon 5 - "V" – Banks - "Goddess" (final score of 76, 10 reviews) – Jhené Aiko - "Souled Out" (final score of 87, 11 reviews) Under alexanderao's management – Calvin Harris f/John Newman - "Blame" – U2 - "Songs Of Innocence" – Tony Bennett & Lady Gaga - "Cheek To Cheek" – Azealia Banks - "Chasing Time" – Lorde - "Yellow Flicker Beat" – Fergie - "L.A.LOVE (la la)" – LIGHTS - "Little Machines" – Carrie Underwood - "Something In The Water" – One Direction - "Steal My Girl" – Tove Lo - "Queen Of The Clouds" *New review length requirements implemented* – Hozier - "Hozier" – Tokio Hotel - "Kings Of Suburbia" – Marina & The Diamonds - "Froot" – Jessie Ware - "Tough Love" – Gwen Stefani - "Baby Don't Lie" *Post-album release singles or other current hits that are not new releases declared reviewable* – Kiesza - "Sound Of A Woman" – Iggy Azalea f/MØ - "Beg For It" – Taylor Swift - "1989" – Imagine Dragons - "I Bet My Life" *Modscore replaced by experimental Top Critic score* – Calvin Harris - "Motion" – Ariana Grande f/The Weeknd - "Love Me Harder" – Selena Gomez - "The Heart Wants What It Wants" – Azealia Banks - "Broke With Expensive Taste" – iamamiwhoami - "BLUE" – Nicki Minaj f/Skylar Grey - "Bed Of Lies" – Lorde - "Pure Heroine" *throwback album #1* – Kanye West - "Yeezus" *throwback album #2* – Beyoncé - "7/11" – Various Artists - "Mockingjay Part 1 Soundtrack" – Mark Ronson f/Bruno Mars - "Uptown Funk!" – Charli XCX - "Sucker" – Nicki Minaj - "The Pinkprint" – Nick Jonas - "Jealous" – Meghan Trainor - "Title" – Fall Out Boy - "American Beauty/American Psycho" – Kelly Clarkson - "Heartbeat Song"' – Rihanna, Kanye West, & Paul McCartney - "FourFiveSeconds" – Maroon 5 - "Sugar" – Björk - "Vulnicura" – Taylor Swift - "Style" – Carly Rae Jepsen - "I Really Like You" – Drake - "If You're Reading This It's Too Late" – Imagine Dragons - "Smoke + Mirrors" – Kelly Clarkson - "Piece By Piece" – Florence + The Machine - "What Kind Of Man" – Madonna - "Rebel Heart" – Kendrick Lamar - "To Pimp A Butterfly" – Marina & The Diamonds - "Froot" – Britney Spears & Iggy Azalea - "Pretty Girls" – Selena Gomez f/A$AP Rocky - "Good For You" – Hilary Duff - "Breathe In. Breathe Out." – Demi Lovato - "Cool For The Summer" – Miguel - "Wildheart" – Carly Rae Jepsen - "E•MO•TION" – Miley Cyrus - "Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz" – Justin Bieber - "What Do You Mean?" – Lana Del Rey - "Honeymoon" – Selena Gomez - "Revival" – Demi Lovato - "Confident" – Adele - "Hello" – Carrie Underwood - "Storyteller" – Ellie Goulding - "Delirium" – Little Mix - "Get Weird" – Justin Bieber - "Purpose" – Adele - "25" – Grimes - "Art Angels" – Troye Sivan - "Blue Neighbourhood" – Rachel Platten - "Wildfire" – Cam - "Untamed" – Rihanna - "Anti" – Sia - "This Is Acting" – Charlie Puth - "Nine Track Mind" – Beyonce - "Formation" – Gwen Stefani - "This Is What The Truth Feels Like" – ZAYN - "Mind Of Mine" – M83 - "Junk" – Kanye West - "The Life Of Pablo" – Beyoncé - "Lemonade" – Meghan Trainor - "Thank You" – Ariana Grande - "Dangerous Woman" – Fifth Harmony - "7/27" – Nick Jonas - "Last Year Was Complicated" – Tove Lo - "Cool Girl" – Britney Spears - "Glory" – Lady Gaga - "Joanne" – Ed Sheeran - "Shape Of You" – Ed Sheeran - "Castle On The Hill" – Katy Perry f/Skip Marley - "Chained To The Rhythm" – Lorde - "Green Light" – Dua Lipa - "Dua Lipa" – Katy Perry - "Witness" – Lorde - "Melodrama" – Shakira - "El Dorado" – Demi Lovato - "Sorry Not Sorry" – Kesha - "Rainbow" – Kelly Clarkson - "Love So Soft" – Kelly Clarkson - "Move You" – Taylor Swift - "reputation"
  24. gooddreams

    Redo the ARTPOP tracklist and pick singles

    Discuss.. 1. Aura (the version she performed at Jingle Ball with the green wig) 2. Venus 3. G.U.Y 4. Sex Dreams 5. Do What U Want (solo version) 6. ARTPOP 7. Brooklyn Nights 8. Red Flame (ft. Azealia Banks) 9. Fashion! (the demo version ) 10. Gypsy 11. Applause Bold your single choices