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  1. WalkingOnCharts

    Katy Perry

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  3. Alongoria13

    Madonna

    MADONNA, A LIFE STORYMadonna Louise Veronica Ciccone was born in some ghetto ass neighborhood back when Algeria wasn't a country yet. Born to a mother with beta genes and a father who married the help, she managed to get a motherless yet healthy childhood (which is difficult to get, not everybody has that, as she grew up in Michigan, that indie state (in 2017). An attention ***** by nature, Madonna felt she had to do indie things in order to feel like she was doing something worthy for herself and the world, so she refused the learn the discipline of shaving, among other civilized things so she probably reeked of B.O. in school. Some years after high school, Madonna decided to leave her flop house and moved to New York, a city which used to be cool back then with only 35 bucks and some of Kanye's apparel.Pictured: FLOP.After being fired from several places for being Madonna, she discovered her real talent: taking her clothes off, something she did several times with art and beauty as an excuse. Madonna finally landed a record deal, which gave us Everybody, which was a complete FLOP in the mainstream charts, but a cute hit in the dance clubs. She then released other hits, such as Burning Up, Borderline, Lucky Star and Holiday, the latter 3 being some of her most popular songs as of today. By then, Madonna was a known singer but still a bit on the indie side, relative speaking. Her image was starting to become iconic for the decade, by wearing all those silly things all over her body. She was hip now, something she is struggling to be 34 years later.Pictured: ICON Now it was time to move on to bigger, newer things, so Like A Virgin was born. She was also invited to the first VMA's, where she ground on that wood so well it gave her internatonal notoriety and shot her celebrity and single up the charts like never before, of course 30 years later she said it was all about her shoe but she is a known liar so whatever. This album contains some of Madonna's most iconic hits such as Material Girl and the tile track, songs she wishes they were as big as Candy Shop and Heartbeat (all of this is in her head, we all know she lives in a warped reality where her jokes are actually funny and her boobs remain naturally in their place).PICTURED: ****Madonna soon came out with a new single and a brand new image, something rarely seen back then, with Live To Tell. Madonna RUINED her hair by cutting it off and looking like a German middle aged lesbian, but it topped the charts so whatever. She released True Blue shortly afterwards, which has sold around the same as Katy Perry's entire discography. Now this era, for me is the birth of Troll Madonna, tackling the church with her nipply hit Papa Don't Preach is the beginning of the as-of-now endless troll antics this woman does. It also made her a global icon with the release of La Isla Bonita, which is one of her biggest hits in Latin America and Europe. She also toured with this album, which gave her stadium crowds whenever she went to. By now, this legend had already amassed over 10 hits oh I forgot to say she was in a panned film but no one cared. It's important to note that after the big film soundtrack hits that Crazy For You, Live To Tell and Who's That Girl were, Madonna somehow believes it means she must be a talented actress, again..somehow.Success AND short hair? Katy Perry can't relate. A bat to the skull later, Madonna was ready to go back on the road with the release of Like A Prayer, EVERYONE knew she was the **** so she had all this promo lined up under the name of Pepsi, a brand that no one uses but seems to be everywhere, a U2 tea. But oh Madonna always has some antics under her sleeve! So after Pepsi agreed to do a deal with her, Madonna decides to release a sexually charged video full of burning crosses and black Jesus dancing around pretending her tatas aren't about to pop out of her unknowingly tight dress.PICTURED: The face of a PSYCHOPATH.Pepsi backed out and Madonna kept the coins, the era went on and Like A Prayer ended up being Madonna's biggest hit (of course a song about fellatio is her biggest song, hehe). Following the success of the lead single, Madonna released Express Yourself, the reason Gaga is over, Cherish, the reason you can't tell your cute girl next door looking friend is a huge **** and Oh Father, the reason Vogue was born, more or less. Oh she also released Keep It Together and that pink elephant atrocity but we shouldn't get there tbh. In all seriousness, this album, along with True Blue, made Madonna a video queen, you can taste the opulence, the class, the photography, ugh legend.1990 comes and Madonna can't be stopped! She releases I'm Breathless, a soundtrack from her film, Dick Tracy, a film where she actually does well and she looks good when shot from different angles, the singles Vogue, Hanky Panky (better than Vogue) and the ICONIC, EVERLASTING, KATY PERRY OUTSELLER, CAREER DESTROYER IMMACULATE COLLECTION. This greatest hits album remains as massive as ever and everytime it charts in the 2010's is a daily, PAINFUL reminder that Janet Jackson's decade **** remains as forgotten as it has been since its release.PICTURED: Not Janet. This iconic compilation yields 2 new songs, Justify My Love and Rescue Me, which is better than every Nicki Minaj song ever released. But let's talk about Justify My Love, Madonna was ON FIRE in this video, making out with her current slam pieces and just being Madonna I guess The video caused a HUGE uproar back then, banned from airing on TV and people claming Madonna to go away, now Madonna probably had the biggest throbbing cavernous body engorging due to blood flow redirection ever, so she clapbacked by selling the video and getting richer than we will ever be, she cares more about the money than about us after all. PICTURED: Class meets ass.She also toured this year with her Blond Ambition tour, the reason gays have heightened sensitivity in their nether regions. This tour is the reason every other female artist feel they can pull of theatrical numbers in their shows but they all fail miserabley WITH NO EXCEPTION. She also showed us how she fickles her bean, how she bends over, how she humps her bed when her violent lovers are gone, and most importantly, how she CROWS. Also try to find her ass during this tour, jeez. This tour also gave her the name of Twink Exploiter and became the pioneer of reality TV, inspiring shows such as The Simple Life and Keeping Up With The Kardashians.PICTURED: Business as usual.This bitch doesn't seem to rest that much because she went straight into filming a movie with Tom Hanks and her lesbian friend and Trump's Nemesis, Rosie O' Donnell, a film where she still can be shot from any angle without any risk at all. For the film, she released a cute ballad, This Used To Be My Playground, a song about her touring power in 2015, it also hit No.1 but no one remembers that, say goodbye to yesterday I guess. After the song had its run, it was time for new Madonna content! And this bitch went to a recording studio in some random hostel in Slovakia and delivered one of her best albums according to leather bound, gynecological tables using gays: Erotica. The album wasn't just enough! Madonna decided it would be a 'cute' idea to release a book full of images where she rims strangers, gets her cuca tickled by motorists, shaves a poor soul's pubic area, looks at her chocotorro using a mirror, shows every square inch of her boobs, fantasizes about underage men and animals, etc. Of course, because we live in a morbid, sick world, the book has sold more than the Bible and every year, leathery gays look for it online in hopes of getting it. She also released a movie but shhhhhh. Back to the album, the lead single, Erotica, was a radio hit more or less, which is weird considering all she does is moan...Go to bed Madonna. The rest of the singles didn't do well, except Deeper and Deeper (her 2nd best song) and Rain, which was clearly released to start a softening campaign, transparent bitch. Her persona during this era was unapologetic as ****, being an absolute mess in some interviews and even shading ABBA in another one, thinking she wouldn't run to them desperately for help 12 years later. She decided to embark on a tour with this album, completely ignoring most of her hits and focusing on a shipped back album apparently, according to a pressed soul. She still managed to fill up entire parks and courts whose capacity was way bigger than the Aloha Stadium, sell out 3 MSG shows and just slay overall, because again, people are HYPOCRITES. PICTURED: ****. Shortly after banging men from the finest broken families in Miami, Madonna felt the need to soften her image in order to deceive the public in order to troll some more in the future, so she lay low relatively speaking, then released the GORGEOUS ballad, I'll Remember, which is one of her biggest American hits but since she has so many classics she has the luxury of paying dust to some of them while some others cling to their 2, 3 hits like Cindy Lauper.Bedtime Stories eventually came out, her best album according to black people. The lead single, Secret, managed to peak at 3, but the album starting serving legs the moment she released Take A Bow, her longest staying No.1 for some reason . Madonna was feeling herself after releasing a hit that lasted more than 3 weeks at the top of the charts so it was time to troll again and release Human Nature, basically a big fat JK to the world for thinking Madonna would somehow stop being the legendary troll she is, coupled with a scandalous David Letterman interview where she talked about banging entire basketball teams (same) the world stopped cheering and just accepted the fact that this bitch ain't going away anytime soon. PICTURED: SEXUAL PEST. Madonna kept shoving her classy persona down our throats by deciding to release a ballad compilation called Something To Remember, her best album according to frigid gays. She served class, pretended her messy antics were over, that her vagina was sewn shut, that life was all about church, God and heartbreak minus the sex, vanilla queen. (This is soooooooooooooooo not the last time she would serve that ****). Something To Regret sold almost 10 million copies, which is a big deal for an artist knowN as a dancing queen. It shows you don't have to be a frigid looking bitch with the sex appeal of a center table in order to be a successful ballad singer. Hey Celine what's up?ALLLLL BYYY MYYYSEEEEELF She released a couple of more flops but her softened image plan worked! Madonna landed the role of Evita for a musical but sadly, at the same time, she was pregnant with Lola, a baby who would ruin her life forever. She filmed while pregnant and recorded an entire soundtrack, which yielded another classic, Don't Cry For Me Argentina Miami Mix, not the original one, no one wants that turd, And I mean it, people returned the Evita album because the mix wasn't there.She ended up winning a Golden Globe for best actress while serving mammooth breasts, letting us know she will always win no matter what.Titties and globes.Madonna, being an inspiring artist for everyone, is the pioneer of the typical Facebook bitch who becomes someone spiritual after giving birth and doesn't shut up about it. But Madonna, like everything she does, she did it with quality and under the name of Ray of Light. Ahhhhh Ray Of Light, such a masterpiece, a multiple Grammy winner, it's the album that made the critics believe she wasn't just a prostitute (after 15 years), but a talented one. An absolute reinvention compared to the last album, Madonna ran to the arms of indie producers to create one of the best albums by any artist, male, female or binary. She started the era with Frozen, a trip hop ballad which became her 2nd signature song of the 90's, which was also joined by a video with enough makeup and shady angles to let you believe she didn't crack at all after giving birth to a parasite who absorbed her youth and energy for a whole year.PICTURED: IF YOUR FEMALE FRIEND IS TALKING ABOUT GETTING PREGNANT SHOW HER THIS.The era had such a strong start the following singles did just as well as Frozen, just not in the US I guess. The second single, Ray Of Light became one of the many signature songs she has, a song she has never sung good live, a song so iconic even Family Guy referenced , just iconic overall. She looks ugly af in the video though, whatever she is wearing, keep it bitch, this is a thing fans had to start accepting once Lola was born, bitch is cracking so get used to it! Drowned World was released afterwards but ask me if people cared. The album revived when Power of GODbye came out and it slayed Europe, I don't blame them tho, Madonna looks GORGE in the video and the song is just THAT good. Legend. Nothing Really Matters was released afterwards, which was a flop thanks to her performance at the Grammys. She also lost the Album of the Year against an artist who can't even fill theaters in 2015 but you didn't hear this from me.PICTURED: FLOP. It's 1999 and Madonna was riding an all time high and felt like the coolest mom on Earth, back when she didn't have to try hard; American Pie and Beautiful Stranger being the most benefited of this. Both songs managed to chart high wherever they were released and the latter earned Madonna a Grammy for the Least Embarrassing Cameo Ever In A Full Lenght Film, award that has only been given out once because that's how cool this bitch was. As for the film where American Pie was slapped into, well.....we got this out of it: Pictured: Sadly the pic with her bulging shoulders looking like the manliest beast on Earth was deleted so here's a cute, PG13 movie still instead! With the new Mylenium in the horizon , Madonna got a new boo and a new fetus to welcome it, sadly the deluded bitch didn't know they wouldn't last long in her life LOL. She started the year with the lead single of Madonanne, Music, a ready to party bop which lasted a month at the top of the charts back when I was 9 years old,her last No.1 because there's no way she will get a new No.1 in the US . No matter how many times she attaches herself to Katy Perry or Taylor Swift Following the birth of another fiend, Madonna decides to embark on the Drowned World Tour, a tour that pays ABSOLUTE dust to the songs that made her an icon, and focuses on her recent work instead, back when it actually sold. Despite being the laziest tour she has ever done, she still completed it successfully and didn't use the 9/11 as an excuse to end it, but again....you didn't hear this from me!"Hello mortal, I've heard my flop phone lines made you suffer a lifetime to get tickets for my wicked show? " Madonna's English celebrity status was at an all time high after boning an Englishman, which led to meeting the other Royal Family and mess around with some Bond films, which gave her another huge hit called Die Another Day, a song dedicated to that time back in the 80's where some camera equipment was gonna squish her while filming Burning Up. Madonna believed it was time to release another album now that she was a boring housewife and wanted to show all that side to us and called it American Life, an album about how much of an hypocrite she is. She decided to tackle the war and released the lead single, called Not Die Another Day, and she didn't seem to realize how much of a bad idea it is to piss of one of the most patriotic countries in the world. Madonna quickly regretted her petty actions and fearing for her life and no one else's, she made a video with flags of the countries where she has outsold Kylie Minogue instead.PICTURED: Yes, that's an African flag.Following the backlash, Madonna decided to tongue punch Britney's and someone else's eat holes, which is probably one of the most popular images on the internet so I'm not gonna bother to post it. I think it's more important to let you know that Hollywood didn't even chart after the promo. Madonna also found herself in an incredibly tight spot, her music was panned, her persona was panned, her whole life was panned so for some reason she went after the only public she hadn't corrupted yet: Children. Madonna wrote a couple of children books which were totally bought only by children and no one else.PICTURED: ***** Despite being called over by the 95% of the population, they still flocked back like Mexican abused housewives the moment Madonna announced her Reintegration Reinvetion tour, whose concept was have Madonna backed into a corner and forced to perform all the hits that made her the Queen Of Pop in the first place, since performing all the songs from American Life would equate to 5-10 fans per date singing along while the rest judges mercilessly. MDNA Tour anyone? "I like dropping hints that I hate being married to a jealous dick who likes to shelf me back in some narrow room". 2005 came and Madonna knew time was going by so quickly and it was now or later to come back in the music scene or just give up and keep writing **** no one cares about. So she did a couple of things first. No.1. She ran to the boring group ABBA and begged for a sampling, since she always wins at the end they said yes. No.2. Cast a spell she can't undo on Kylie Minogue's breast so she doesn't do Glastonbury and she can return being l local in some random country in Eastern Europe a couple of years later, which worked. She also stole her whole disco thing but since every single and the album managed to sell over a million copies each, no one batted an eye. Madonna finally released Hung Up, which is arguably Madonna’s biggest hit worldwide or her most forgotten flop, depending on who you’re talking to and she was back at the top, where she belongs (ask his bottoming husband). The video was also the hottest or most disgusting thing to be released, again, depending on who you’re talking to, I personally don’t mind the crotch closeups but I’m pretty sure some people do.Pictured: AMBITIONMadonna was riding a 10th wave by now, she had recruited tons of fans and embarked on the Confessions Tour, which helped her recruit even more fans as she toured. It’s important to note all these new disco queens dropped her ass the moment she released her next album. She also managed to look drop dead gorgeous during the era and tour for the last time, which is why Confessions On A Dancefloor is the worst thing to happen to Madonna.PICTURED: It all goes downhill from here.After ****ing Stuart Price and being a thot overall, Madonna’s marriage was slowly but surely ending which led to some well written, deep, thoughtful lyrics for her next album; combined with menopause, Madonna felt the need to be young again, which made her call for producers who made the sound of 2006, you know, 2 years before 2008, the current year then and created Hard Grammy, the best selling r&b album by a white woman in her 50’s. The lead single was 4 Minutes Ft. Madonna, which made her feel young, hip and loved for 3 months before she released the cover of her album, and repelled every fan she created in the 00’s away just like that.PICTURED: Can you smell this pic? The thing is, they were repelled because they weren’t able to handle the flawlessness this album emanates from Madonna’s dark colored crotch. Pan after pan, Madonna believed in the power of hip and young producers, so she clung to this album like old gays cling to Ray Of Light. Madonna released the second single, Give It 2 Me (HER BEST SONG UGHH) which completely demolished Europe and South America, followed by Miles Away, a song for the emotionally ******ed, or so she says. Other FLAWLESS GEMS are Incredible, Spanish Lesson and Ring My Bell, all bops, all flawless. Madonna was bothered AF because her wrinkly image, generic bops and work were all panned right in her stretched face, so she did what does best: Shove her ideas down everyone’s throats by embarking on the Sticky and Sweet Tour, a stadium ready tour which toured from upscale posh countries to your immigrant grandmother's hometown. Hip remains unbroken. Madonna, of course, being hated by everyone in the world, managed to sell out every date and bring the millions so easily while other contemporaries settled with theaters and cancelled because of mysterious illness and stuff. It holds the record of the highest grossing tour by an ugly artist.PICTURED: 408 million dollars.Millions of people and a couple of dead workers later, Madonna still felt Hard Candy was not impactful enough, so she decided to include it in all her tours afterwards and reference the album in as many was as she can without being called out, and even if she is called out, she clearly doesn’t care. A couple of years of indieness and releasing random **** no one buys, Madonna, again, decided it was time to release new music and started working with talented musicians such as Nicki Minaj, because there’s not a better artist to call when you want to go back in the game as a respected musician like Nicki Minaj. Madonna was invited to the Superbowl and she obviously believed they all died to hear the new single instead of Hung Up, Ray Of Light or Like A Virgin so she went on her route and the single managed to stay at the top 10 for a week before falling down and receiving less than 50k views a day on Youtube.PICTURED: The reason everyone cares about the Halftime Show now.After falling 80% the second week in sales and being ignored by radio when the cash stopped coming in, she still believed in MDNE so she released a couple of more singles which reached the top 5 in Italy and nowhere else, which is why she made like 5 stadium stops in there for her MDNE Tour, transparent. Despite grossing 100 million less than her last tour, the MDNO Tour is still the second highest grossing tour by a female, even if you take into account all those half empty stadiums in Muslim Europe. Still, the MDNE Tour is iconic for different reasons: Dragging politicians, kicking Gaga in the gunt every show, showing her nipples in muslim countries while her poor, scarred son was backstage, serving crow during several songs, and the most important of all, showing her *** WATCH AT YOUR OWN RISK:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6hyKJdMyO98 PROJECTED: Detroit's biggest tourist attraction. A year after the tour, Madonna felt like she wanted to be hip and cool again and she decided it was time to get an Instagram account. Instead of showing off her breakfast, her clothes, her loaded life to us, she showed us her cameltoe, her son’s underage *****, exploitation of dead politicians, typos, meltdowns, horrible selfies and just bad pictures overall. PICTURED: This woman created Frozen.2014 was going by when Madonna wanted to be hip again and started working with Aviccii, a DJ who stole the sound she pioneered in 2000, she saw herself looking at upscale young people bopping to her music the way they bopped to Hey Brother and Wake Me Up so of course she had to go there. Hiring talented musicians like Natalia Kills and Nicki Minaj, Madonna really believed in her work, being inspired by her sons (bad idea) and the current music scene (bad idea again). Just as she was finishing her album, some random Israeli ‘hacked’ her drive by exploiting Madonna’s technologically impaired ass and released every worked song to the world. Madonna, trying to act fast and effectively, decided to release 6 songs as a preorder where the lead single was included, absolutely killing Living For Love’s chart run, because that’s exactly what she wanted I guess. Not giving up as always, Madonna went on a promo campaign which absolutely failed as not a single song managed to chart high.She embarked on her latest tour, The Rebel Heart Tour, which grossed half of what she did during the last tour, but since we are delusional and love living in a lie, we like to think it was because she wanted an intimate setting. Don't forget though, some artists with a supposed comeback are still failing to outdo the money Madonna made with this one despite high profile performances so we know our hag is still doing well. It showed a more relaxed Madonna just having fun and pretending life was good while her son had given up living with someone whose nipples are the first thing you see the minute he opens his social media.PICTURED: ROLE MODEL Soon after the tour ended, we were all relieved because we thought Madonna would go back to normal and not be a cringy middle aged woman until her *shudders* next era BUT, after having her 'comedy' shows panned, destroyed, completely obliterated, etc, she still tried to pretend she was a comedy genius and did a show where all she could talk about was ex boyfriends, fellatio, men, divorce, etc, AKA, stuff she complains about all the time, she doesn't like to repeat herself you know? Or so she says. PICTURED: Immunity to hitting rock bottom. Nowadays, Madonna is busy living her life with her Malawian family and directing a film no one will even try to pirate, which means she will at least take 2 years of her life working on it. She recently celebrated her 59th birthday and she finally showed us her biggest investment yet: her family. The facade worked since she is now the most liked female artist in Malawi on Facebook! "Use the discount code IRRELEVANTINAFRICA and get 2 for one!" Disclaimer: The product may not be that fond of you when they reach a teenage phase Madonna is currently living in Lisbon to attract some indie cred since her current sales gave her some sort of hint regarding her status in the music scene, where she's currently working on her latest record. Despite claiming she's "inspired" by Portuguese folk music, she's working with the producers of everlasting, life changing songs likes Swish Swish and Havana, another one in the basket indeed! It's not like the GP will know she released an album anyway since all the promo budget has been spent on MDNE skin, at least she knows her target demographic well! "Alright Sia, I know you've been gaining weight and I can't help you with that because most of my gyms have been rebranded but I'm a master at scaring the hag away, You'll See.mp3!"
  4. Phoenixstar

    Lady Gaga

  5. ATRL Feedback

    Stand Your Ground 2.0 | Read the OP

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  6. feelslikeadream

    Mariah Carey

    Welcome to the base of the legendary, impeccable, unmatchable woman who: — Sold over 225 million records, becoming one of the best-selling musical artists in history. — Has a voice unmatched, untouched, and incomparable to any other singer in music. — Spawned more #1 hits than Elvis Presley and Michael Jackson. — Became the top-selling female artist in Nielsen Soundscan history. — Has had more dogs than albums. — Was able to get multiple Song of the Decades. — Had consecutive 4 #1 hits on her debut album alone. — Was able to break every radio record at 35. — Said "I don't know her" when asked about Jennifer Lopez. — #1 on the Billboard 200 for eleven weeks; certified 9x platinum in the US. — Spawned four #1 hits: Vision of Love (4 weeks), Love Takes Time (3 weeks), Someday (2 weeks), and I Don't Wanna Cry (2 weeks). — Nominated at GRAMMYs for Album of the Year; "Vision of Love" nominated for Song of the Year, Record of the Year and Best Female Pop Vocal Performance (won). — Helped Mariah earn the 1991 GRAMMY Award for Best New Artist. — #4 peak on the Billboard 200; certified 4x platinum in the US. — Spawned three hit singles: Emotions (#1, 3 weeks), Can't Let Go (#2), and Make It Happen (#5). — Earned two GRAMMY nominations (Producer of the Year and Best Female Pop Vocal Performance for the title track). — While Mariah co-write every song on her debut album, she had even greater creative control of Emotions. — Inspired username of ATRLer feelslikeadream. — One of Mariah's most successful eras; album is certified diamond in the US (10x platinum) and is the best-selling album in Mariah's discography. — While the album debuted at #2, it finally reached the summit of the Billboard 200 in its fifteenth week of release and spent 8 non-consecutive weeks in the top spot. — Spawned several hit singles including the #1-peaking lead single Dreamlover (8 weeks) and Without You, which peaked at #3 in the US but is Mariah's biggest single across Europe, peaking at #1 in countries like Germany, Ireland, Sweden, and the UK (where it debuted at #1). — While the album's final single, Anytime You Need A Friend, was MC's first US single to not reach the top 10, it is widely considered one of the best songs in her discography. The C&C Club Mix of the song is similarly regarded as a career highlight. — Two singles from the album were nominated for the GRAMMY for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance: Dreamlover (1994) and Hero (1995). — The Music Box Tour was the first tour of Mariah's career; it stopped in only six US cities and included a live cover of "Just Be Good To Me" by The SOS Band. — Best-selling Christmas album of all time by a female — Debuted at #30 on the Billboard 200, but eventually reached a #3 peak and has sold over 5 million copies in the US and over 15 million copies worldwide. — All I Want For Christmas Is You was released as the album's lead single and went on to become a Christmas classic and one of the best-selling singles of all time (16 million sales). The song has been covered (sometimes tragically) by artists like Michael Bublé, Fifth Harmony, Shania Twain, Miley Cyrus, Ariana Grande, John Mayer, and many others. — Criminally underrated single Miss You Most (At Christmas Time) received a negative review from opera singer Patricia Carey. — The album's lead single was adapted into a children's book in 2015 and a children's movie in 2017. — Debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200; certified 10x platinum (diamond) in the US and is one of the best-selling albums of all time. — Lead single Fantasy became the first single by a female artist to debut at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100. The song went on to spend eight weeks at the top. — One Sweet Day was released as the album's second single; it also debuted at #1 and spent 16 weeks at #1, making it the longest-running #1 single of all time. — The single Always Be My Baby debuted at #2, but reached the Hot 100 summit for two weeks. — The album was Mariah's first real critically acclaimed album. It famously earned and lost 6 nominations at the 1995 GRAMMY Awards (AOTY, Best Pop Vocal Album, Best Female Pop Vocal Performance [Fantasy], Best Female R&B Vocal Performance [Always Be My Baby], Record of the Year and Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals [One Sweet Day]. The experience made Mariah bitter about the GRAMMYs and she later said: "I won two Grammys the first year I started, but after that, [the Grammys] are like, 'We don’t go with the people that are selling a lot of records and are popular; we’re gonna go the opposite way.' So I got screwed out of certain years. I wasn’t bitter about it. I was just like, okay, well, I guess I’m not standing here barefoot onstage singing and trying to go a certain way. I’m just me.” — Mariah iexperienced creative differences with her label and husband Tommy Mottola over the recording of the album, which moved Mariah in a more R&B/urban musical direction and marked her first collaboration with Jermaine Dupri. — The short but successful world tour for the album broke a record by selling out three shows at Japan's Tokyo Dome in under three hours. This marked the beginning of Mariah's massive popularity in Japan. — Debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200 with 236k sold, and remained on the charts for 55 weeks. Sold over 10 million copies worldwide (~5 million in the US). — Considered by many (and Mariah herself) to be her magnum opus. Contains many of her best lyrics, which were all written by Mariah herself (bar covers/features and a co-write with Missy on "Babydoll"). — As the first album released after her divorce from Tommy Mottola, it marked Mariah's newfound creative independence and pushed her more firmly into the R&B sound she preferred. — Spawned two more #1 hits for Mariah: lead single "Honey" (3 weeks) and fifth single "My All" (1 week). "Honey" also debuted at #1, making it Mariah's third single to arrive at the summit. — Earned three GRAMMY nominations at the 1998 show: Best Female R&B Vocal performance ("Honey"), Best R&B Song ("Honey"), and Best Female Pop Vocal Performance ("Butterfly"). — The sold-out Butterfly World Tour — which stopped in Japan, Taiwan, Australia, and Hawaii — received positive reviews from fans and critics alike, and is known as one of her best tours (and one reason for the more strained vocals on her subsequent albums). — Released as the final studio album under Columbia Records — Debuted at #2 (her only #2 album) with 323K sold. Sold nearly 3M copies in the US. — Spawned her 14th and 15th #1 single: lead single "Heartbreaker" ft/ Jay-Z (2 weeks) and follow-up single "Thank God I Found You" ft/ Joe and 98 Degrees (1 week). — "Heartbreaker" featured her most expensive music video to date and also birthed her darker alter ego, Bianca. — "Thank God I Found You" earned a Grammy nomination for Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals. — Mariah faced a lot of conflict with her label surrounding the album after her divorce from Mottola, with most arguments involving the single choices. This is likely what led to the album's poor quality. — The sold-out Rainbow Tour became a fan-favorite and stopped in Europe, Asia, Canada, and the US. — Released on September 11, 2001. Debuted at #7 on the Billboard 200 and eventually sold over 2 million copies worldwide. — Served as the soundtrack to cult classic film Glitter. — Lead single "Loverboy" peaked at #2 and inspired many ATRL avis. — The original version of "Loverboy" included a sample of the Yellow Magic Orchestra's "Firecracker," but Mariah was forced to change the song after a similar sample appeared in a song from a singer who used to be popular at the time. — "Loverboy" promo included an iconic appearance on MTV's TRL, a memorable mic snatch from Cindi Berger, and a period of hospitalization. — Turned out to be one of Mariah's most lucrative projects, as Virgin paid Mariah $28 million to end her contract early. — Saw a sudden resurgence in 2018 following the #JusticeForGlitter movement on Twitter. The album re-peaked at #1 on the US iTunes Albums Chart and reached the top 10 in many other countries. — Seen as a comeback of sorts following the underperformance of Glitter and its soundtrack, the album debuted at #3 on the Billboard 200. — Lead single "Through the Rain" was her first lead single to peak outside the top 10; subsequent singles failed to chart at all, making it her first album to not have a single in the top 80 of the Billboard Hot 100. — Similarly, the album was Mariah's first studio albums (other than the Glitter soundtrack) to not receive any GRAMMY nominations. — At 69 shows, the Charmbracelet World Tour was Mariah's biggest tour to date. — The album includes a cover of Def Leppard's "Bringin' on the Heartbreak," which includes one of Mariah's best recorded whistle notes. — The era is widely regarded as the most successful comeback for a music artist. — The album debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200. It went on to sell 10 million copies worldwide in its first year, making it the #1 best-selling album in the US and the second-best-selling album worldwide. — According to executive producer L.A. Reid, the album was complete when he suddenly had the feeling it was missing "a big single." He forced Mariah to return to the studio with Jermaine Dupri. The pair went back to Atlanta and recorded the album's first three singles. — Lead single "It's Like That" peaked inside the top 20 (#16), Mariah's first single to do so since "Loverboy." The track's performance and music video prepared for the slayage to come with the release of the album's next single. — The album's second single "We Belong Together" went #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 for fourteen weeks, making it one of the longest-running reigns of all-time. It went several times platinum and topped the charts in various territories, becoming one of Mariah's classic ballads. — "We Belong Together" was named Song of the Decade by Billboard, making it Mariah's second song to win this distinction. ("One Sweet Day" was the song of the decade for the '90s.) It was also famously recorded for Kidz Bop 9 with uncredited vocals from Jennifer Lopez. — "Shake It Off" was released as the album's third single and peaked at #2 on the Hot 100. It was blocked by "We Belong Together" for one week. — This era marked Mariah's successful return to the GRAMMYs. The album earned eight nominations in 2006, including three of the biggest awards of the night, Album of the Year, Record of the Year, and Song of the Year. The album won Best Contemporary R&B Album and "We Belong Together" took home two GRAMMYs for Best Female R&B Vocal Performance and Best R&B Song. — An "Ultra Platinum" re-release of the album spawned the #1 smash single "Don't Forget About Us," a more mature and sonically-pleasing sister of "We Belong Together." The song was nominated for two GRAMMYs in 2007 (Best Female R&B Vocal Performance and Best R&B Song). — The album debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200 and sold 463,000 copies in its first week, the biggest first-week sales of Mariah's career. The album was certified platinum in the US, making it Mariah's last album to earn that certification. — When lead single "Touch My Body" reached the summit of the Hot 100, it gave Mariah her 18th #1 single, which made her the solo artist with the most #1s in Billboard history (passing Elvis Presley). — "Touch My Body" is also remembered for its comedic music video, directed by Mariah's friend and fellow sexual harasser Brett Ratner. Lambs also remember a live performance of the single on Good Morning America in which Mariah sang her famous ad lib, "Stop singing my part now baby." — The album's success and longevity were somewhat derailed by second single "Bye Bye" (peaked at #19 on the Hot 100) and Mariah's very sudden engagement to Nickelodeon tycoon Nick Cannon. — Two singles were released after "Bye Bye"—uptempo bop "I'll Be Lovin' U Long Time" and power ballad "I Stay In Love." Neither single saw much chart success. — In a Billboard article from January 2008, the album was referred to as That Chick, apparently a reference to the song "I'm That Chick." The title was later changed, likely because of Mariah's personal fascination with gravitational time dilation. — A tour for the album was planned, but was canceled when Mariah learned she was pregnant. She miscarried shortly after canceling the tour and did not conceive again until 2 years later. — Released September 29, 2010, the album debuted at #3 on the Billboard 200 and sold 168,000 copies in its first week. It was certified gold by the end of the year. — Lead single "Obsessed" became Mariah's 27th top 10 hit, peaking at #7. The music video predicted the future of the song's target, rapper Eminem. — Unlike more recent Mariah albums, almost the entire set was produced by The-Dream and Tricky Stewart, making it one of Mariah's most cohesive albums in terms of sound and consistent in terms of quality. — The album's second single, a cover of "I Want To Know What Love Is," only peaked at #60 in the US, but was a massive hit in Brazil, where it remained atop the airplay chart for a record 27 consecutive weeks. — The album's last three singles—"H.A.T.E.U.," "Up Out My Face (ft. Nicki Minaj)," and "Angels Cry (ft. Ne-Yo)"—did not find much success on the charts, with UOMF peaking at #100 on the Billboard Hot 100 and the other two failing to chart. "H.A.T.E.U." is still considered by Lambs to be one of Mariah's finest ballads. — The album was supported with the Angels Advocate Tour, which made 26 stops total (23 in North America) and grossed over $9 million. — A remix album titled Angels Advocate was set for release in March 2010, but was canceled. The album was meant to also included recorded tracks that failed to make the Memoirs track list, including the song "Imperfect," recorded with Jermaine Dupri. MORE ERAS TO COME..... Mariah Carey Discography Rate 20 Years of the GOAT: The Definitive Butterfly Ranking ATRL Lambily Awards 2018 ♫ 2017 ♫ 2016 ♫ 2015 ♫ 2014 ♫ 2013 ♫ 2012
  7. Anticipating

    Britney Spears

    OP: @Living Legend
  8. Royal Culture

    Selena Gomez

  9. mokitsu

    ROSALÍA

    Los ángeles Released on February 10, 2017 El Mal Querer Out November 2, 2018
  10. Achilles.

    Taylor Swift

    Who’s Taylor Swift anyways? Ew.
  11. benjichilders

    Dolly Parton

    Dolly Rebecca Parton (born January 19, 1946) is an American singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, record producer, actress, author, businesswoman, and philanthropist, known primarily for her work in country music. After achieving success as a songwriter for others, Parton made her album debut in 1967 with Hello, I'm Dolly. With steady success during the remainder of the 1960s (both as a solo artist and with a series of duet albums with Porter Wagoner), her sales and chart peak came during the 1970s and continued into the 1980s. Parton's albums in the 1990s sold less, but she achieved commercial success again in the 2000s and has released albums on various independent labels, including her own label, Dolly Records. Parton's music includes 25 RIAA-certified gold, platinum and multi-platinum awards. She has had 25 songs reach No. 1 on the Billboard country singles chart, a record for a female artist. She has 41 career top-10 country albums, a record for any artist, and she has 110 career charted singles over the past 40 years. She has garnered nine Grammy Awards, two Academy Award nominations, ten Country Music Association Awards, seven Academy of Country Music Awards, three American Music Awards, and is one of only seven female artists to win the Country Music Association's Entertainer of the Year Award. Parton has received 47 Grammy nominations. In 1999, Parton was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame. She has composed over 3,000 songs, including "I Will Always Love You" (a two-time U.S. country chart-topper, as well as an international pop hit for Whitney Houston), "Jolene", "Coat of Many Colors", and "9 to 5". She is also one of the few to have received at least one nomination from the Academy Awards, Grammy Awards, Tony Awards, and Emmy Awards. As an actress, she has starred in films such as 9 to 5 (1980) and The Best Little *****house in Texas (1982), for which she earned Golden Globe nominations for Best Actress, as well as Rhinestone (1984), Steel Magnolias (1989), Straight Talk (1992) and Joyful Noise (2012). STUDIO ALBUMS DISCOGRAPHY Hello, I'm Dolly (1967) Just Between You and Me (with Porter Wagoner) (1968) Just Because I'm a Woman (1968) Just the Two of Us (with Porter Wagoner) (1968) In the Good Old Days (When Times Were Bad) (1969) Always, Always (with Porter Wagoner) (1969) My Blue Ridge Mountain Boy (1969) The Fairest of Them All (1970) Porter Wayne and Dolly Rebecca (with Porter Wagoner) (1970) Once More (with Porter Wagoner) (1970) Two of a Kind (with Porter Wagoner) (1971) The Golden Streets of Glory (1971) Joshua (1971) Coat of Many Colors (1971) The Right Combination • Burning the Midnight Oil (with Porter Wagoner) (1972) Touch Your Woman (1972) Together Always (with Porter Wagoner) (1972) My Favorite Songwriter, Porter Wagoner (1972) We Found It (with Porter Wagoner) (1973) My Tennessee Mountain Home (1973) Love and Music (with Porter Wagoner) (1973) Bubbling Over (1973) Jolene (1974) Porter 'n' Dolly (with Porter Wagoner) (1974) Love Is Like a Butterfly (1974) The Bargain Store (1975) Say Forever You'll Be Mine (with Porter Wagoner) (1975) Dolly (1975) All I Can Do (1976) New Harvest...First Gathering (1977) Here You Come Again (1977) Heartbreaker (1978) Great Balls of Fire (1979) Dolly, Dolly, Dolly (1980) Porter & Dolly (with Porter Wagoner) (1980) 9 to 5 and Odd Jobs (1980) Heartbreak Express (1982) Burlap & Satin (1983) The Great Pretender (1984) Once Upon a Christmas (with Kenny Rogers) (1984) Real Love (1985) Trio (with Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt) (1987) Rainbow (1987) White Limozeen (1989) Home for Christmas (1990) Eagle When She Flies (1991) Slow Dancing with the Moon (1993) Honky Tonk Angels (with Loretta Lynn and Tammy Wynette) (1994) Something Special (1995) Treasures (1996) Hungry Again (1998) Trio II (with Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt) (1999) Precious Memories (1999) The Grass Is Blue (1999) Little Sparrow (2001) Halos & Horns (2002) For God and Country (2003) Those Were the Days (2005) Backwoods Barbie (2008) Better Day (2011) Blue Smoke (2014) Pure & Simple (2016) I Believe in You (2017)
  12. Gossip_Boy

    BTS

    ABOUT THE GROUP BTS (Bangtan Sonyeondan), also known as Bangtan Boys, is a seven-member South Korean boy group formed by Big Hit Entertainment. They debuted on June 12, 2013, with the song "No More Dream" from their first album, '2 Cool 4 Skool'. BTS are best known for their large overseas fandom and sharp, in-sync choreography. BTS' fanclub is named 'A.R.M.Y' which stands for Adorable Representative MC for Youth. MEMBERS Birth Name: Kim Namjoon Stage Name: RM Birthday: September 12, 1994 Position: Leader & Rapper Height: 1.81 cm Specialty: Music - He taught English himself Birth Name: Min Yoongi Stage Name: Suga Birthday: March 9, 1993 Position: Rapper Height: 1.76 cm Specialty: Photography Favorite Color: White Birth Name: Kim Seokjin Stage Name: Jin Birthday: December 4, 1992 Position: Vocalist, Face of the Group Height: 1.79 cm Special: Cooking Favorite Color: Pink Birth Name: Jung Hoseok Stage Name: J-Hope Birthday: February 18, 1994 Position: Rapper & Dancer Height: 1.77 cm Favorite Color: Green Birth Name: Park Jimin Stage Name: Jimin Birthday: October 13, 1995 Position: Vocalist & Dancer Height: 1.75 cm Favorite Color: Light Blue Birth Name: Kim Taehyung Stage Name: V Birthday: December 30, 1995 Position: Vocalist Height: 1.78 cm Favorite Colors: Black & White Birth Name: Jeon Jeongguk Stage Name: Jungkook Birthday: September 1, 1997 Position: Maknae, Vocalist Height: 1.77 cm Specialty: Drawing Favorite Color: Red DISCOGRAPHY 2 Cool 4 Skool / First Single Album / June 12, 2013 O!RUL8,2? / First Mini Album / September 11, 2013 Skool Luv Affair / Second Mini Album / February 12, 2014 Skool Luv Affair Special Addition / First Repackage / May 14, 2014 Dark & Wild / First Studio Album / August 20, 2014 The Most Beautiful Moment in Life pt. 1 / Third Mini Album / April 29, 2015 The Most Beautiful Moment in Life pt. 2 / Fourth Mini Album / November 30, 2015 Epilogue: Young Forever / Special Album / May 2, 2016 WINGS / Second Studio Album / October 10, 2016 You Never Walk Alone / Second Repackage / February 13, 2017 Love Yourself: Her / Fifth Mini Album / September 18, 2017 Love Yourself: Tear / Third Studio Album / May 18, 2018 VIDEOS Korean title tracks & Follow up tracks No More Dream [MV, Dance Practice], We Are Bulletproof pt. 2 [MV, Dance Practice] N.O [MV, Dance Practice] Boy in Luv [MV, Dance Practice], Just One Day [MV, Dance Practice] Danger [MV, Dance Practice], War of Hormone [MV, Dance Practice] I Need U [MV, Dance Practice], Dope [MV, Dance Practice] Run [MV, Dance Practice] Young Forever [MV], Fire [MV, Dance Practice], Save Me [MV] Blood Sweat & Tears [MV, Dance Practice] Spring Day [MV], Not Today [MV] Japanese Videos No More Dream, Boy in Luv, Danger, For You, I Need U, Run Solo MVs Rap Monster: Do You, Joke, Fantastic, Awakening, P.D.D Suga: Agust D, Give it to me TOURS Korean/Asian Tours 2014 BTS Live Trilogy-Episode II: The Red Bullet (17 October - 20 December, 2014) BTS Live Trilogy Episode I: BTS Begins (28-29 March, 2015) The Most Beautiful Moment in Life On Stage (27 November - 23 March, 2015) The Most Beautiful Moment in Life On Stage: Epilogue (7 May - 14 August, 2016) Japan Tours BTS' First Japan Tour - Wake Up: Open Your Eyes (10-19 February, 2015) World Tours 2015 BTS Live Trilogy Episode II: The Red Bullet (June 6 - August 29, 2015) 2017 BTS Live Trilogy Episode III: The Wings Tour (February 18, 2017 - December 10, 2017) BTS World Tour: Love Yourself (August 25, 2018 - TBA) AWARDS 2013 MMA: New Artist of the Year 2014 GDA: Newcomer Award SMA: New Artist Award , Bonsang Award Gaon Awards: New Artist of the Year (Male) 2015 GDA: Disk Bonsang (Dark & Wild) SMA: Bonsang Award MMA: Best Male Dance (I Need U) MAMA: Best World Performer 2016 MMA: Album of the Year (The Most Beautiful Moment in Life: Young Forever) , Top 10 Artists MAMA: Artist of the Year, Best Dance Performance - Male Group (Blood Sweat & Tears) Cultural Minister Award 2017 SMA: Record of the Year (Wings), Bonsang Award, Best Male Dance Performance Award, Best Music Video Award (Blood Sweat & Tears) Gaon Awards: Album of the Year - 4th Quarter (Wings), V Live Global Popularity Award GDA: Disk Bonsang (Wings), Global K-Pop Artist Award Billboard Music Awards: Top Social Artist MMA: Song of the Year (Spring Day), Music Video Award (DNA), Global Artist, Top 10 Artists MAMA: Artist of the Year, Best Music Video (Spring Day) 2018 Gaon Awards: Album of the Year - 1st Quarter (You Never Walk Alone), Album of the Year - 3rd Quarter (Love Yourself: Her) GDA: Disc Bonsang (Love Yourself: Her), Disc Daesang (Love Yourself: Her), Digital Bonsang (Spring Day) Korean Music Awards: Musician of the Year SMA: Daesang Award, Bonsang Award Billboard Music Awards: Top Social Artist iHeartRadio Music Awards: Best Boy Band, Best Fan Army MUSIC SHOW WINS The Show I Need U - May 5, 2015 I Need U - May 12, 2015 Run - December 8, 2015 Blood Sweat & Tears - October 25, 2016 DNA - September 26, 2017 M Countdown I Need U - May 7, 2015 Fire - May 12, 2016 Blood Sweat & Tears - October 20, 2016 Spring Day - February 23, 2017 DNA - September 28, 2017 DNA - October 5, 2017 Fake Love - May 31, 2018 Fake Love - June 7, 2018 Music Bank I Need U - May 8, 2015 Run - December 11, 2015 Run - January 8, 2016 Fire - May 13, 2016 Blood Sweat & Tears - October 21, 2016 Blood Sweat & Tears - October 28, 2016 Spring Day - February 24, 2017 DNA - September 29, 2017 DNA - October 6, 2017 DNA - October 13, 2017 Fake Love - May 25, 2018 Fake Love - June 1, 2018 Fake Love - June 8, 2018 Show Champion I Need U - May 13, 2015 Run - December 9, 2015 Run - December 16, 2015 Blood Sweat & Tears - October 19, 2016 Spring Day - February 22, 2017 DNA - September 27, 2017 Fake Love - May 30, 2018 Inkigayo Fire - May 15, 2016 Blood Sweat & Tears - October 23, 2016 Spring Day - February 26, 2017 DNA - October 1, 2017 DNA - October 8, 2017 DNA - October 15, 2017 Fake Love - May 27, 2018 Fake Love - June 3, 2018 Fake Love - June 10, 2018 Show! Music Core Fake Love - May 26, 2018 Fake Love - June 2, 2018 Fake Love - June 9, 2018
  13. TheBronxGirl

    SHINee

    -DISCOGRAPHY- Studio Albums Japanese EP (Mini Albums) Repackaged Albums -SOLO- Jonghyun TAEMIN Key ONEW
  14. Mezik

    Carrie Underwood

    Official Carrie Underwood Base
  15. greeneyedsoul

    Avril Lavigne

    Avril Rangerz: @greeneyedsoul, @Squall, @Keinware, @Lippy, @Goofy, @Overprotected, @SoulKiwi, @Paul McCutie, @M A R N ✮, @Jack Jackson, @DavidSMateus, @AvrilLaQueen, @Sporefan, @caleb., @NoRhymeOrReason, @Prince George, @HBK-79, @Black Umbrella, @Klarth F, @undermyskin, @MusicLoverDude, @Afferty, @yepstepz, @Heels Over Head, @Mrnoniee, @Blue Ranger, @avrigel, @Morea, @KKCuteCat, @PoKiTaurus, @EDD, @BornToDie @emmanuel_punk, @grAntVRIL, @Robert, @ProudLBS, @ruleZz, @Starfire, @Oh My Gaga @Egon Schiele, @XtinaPanicGodney, @hOAng, @sivan5353, @Alejandrо, @crossbonezolo, @Buffy, @lilrobomonster, @KanMap, @Yvess Black Stars: @Vulps, @Devon, @Lewymocha, @Prisoner, @MrDeeds, @Jozip, @LOSINGGRlP, @Cefh, @zezar, @Fentydelspears Tasteless Rangerz: @AvrilLaQueen, @MusicFan98, @Iceland Rangerz in Pension: @KKCuteCat Road to 100 million streams: Avatars in use for use memes: gifs:
  16. M A R C

    Rihanna

    Credit to @istan4badgalriri 2005 After being discovered by Evan Rogers in Barbados at 16, she auditioned for Jay-Z the next year, who signed her to Def Jam for a 6-album deal. Her debut single "Pon De Replay" was released in May that same year and quickly reached the Top 10 of the Hot 100, eventually peaking at #2 for 3 weeks. Her 1st album "Music Of The Sun" came out in August 2005 and debuted at #10 in the US, earning a Gold certification 5 months later. But despite the worldwide success of Pon De Replay and the moderate success of its follow-up "If It's Lovin' That You Want" (#11 UK, #9 Australia & NZ, #36 US, etc.), many people called her a one hit-wonder. 2006 Just 6 months after her debut album, "SOS" was released as her 2nd album's lead single and became her first #1 hit in the US, remaining at the top spot for 3 weeks. The same month, "A Girl like Me" debuted at #5 in the US with nearly twice the debut sales of her first album. It was certified Platinum 3 months after its release in the US, and reached Platinum in the UK the following month. The album spawned 2 more Top 10 hits in the US: "Unfaithful", which met worldwide success like its predecessor, and "Break It Off". Thanks to the success of this album, Rihanna won several awards around the world including Female Artist Of The Year at the Billboard Music Awards. 2007 While the success of A Girl Like Me cemented Rihanna's status as an international superstar, it was with her 3rd album "Good Girl Gone Bad" that she found her own unique style and became a pop culture phenomenon. The album's record-breaking lead single "Umbrella" topped the Hot 100 for 7 weeks and the UK Singles Chart for 10 weeks, eventually becoming the biggest hit of 2007 and a certified classic. Good Girl Gone Bad debuted at #2 in the US and spawned two additional hits the same year, "Hate That I Love You" (#7 US) and "Shut Up And Drive" (#5 UK). Rihanna was awarded with her 1st American Music Award for Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist and took home Video Of The Year for Umbrella at the VMAs. But 2007 was only the beginning of Good Girl Gone Bad's domination. 2008 Rihanna won her 1st Grammy Award in 2008 with Umbrella, for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration and was nominated for 3 more awards that night, including Record Of The Year. Additionally, she took home both Favorite Soul/R&B & Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist at the AMAs that year, and was named Top Female Artist of 2008 by Billboard. Good Girl Gone Bad's Grammy-nominated 4th single "Don't Stop The Music" reached #1 in many international countries and #3 in the US. The album's reissue spawned 2 additional #1 hits, "Take A Bow" and "Disturbia", and Rihanna's hit collaboration with T.I. "Live Your Life" topped the Hot 100 for 6 weeks, becoming her 5th chart-topper at just 20 years old. Good Girl Gone Bad was the 7th best-selling album of 2008 and was certified 5x Platinum by the RIAA in 2016. 2009 Rihanna was named Digital Songs Artist of the 2000's Decade by Billboard, just 4 years after her debut. In November 2009, she dropped her 4th album "Rated R", which earned a Platinum certification less than 2 months after its release. Her darkest project to date, the album featured elements of dubstep, hip-hop & rock, and was praised by music critics, described as a "a portrait of lived experience that doesn't step back from what's hardest to admit." The album's lead single "Russian Roulette", a dark & mobid ballad about suicide, became Rihanna's 12th Top 10 hit in the US, but it was most successful in Europe, where it became the 9th best-selling single of 2010. 2010 In November 2010, she released her 5th album "LOUD", which solidified her status as a Pop Icon and helped her become the only female artist in history to produce 4 #1s in a calendar year in the US: Rated R's 3rd single "Rude Boy", the Diamond-certified "Love The Way You Lie", the album's lead single "Only Girl (In The World)", and its follow-up "What's My Name?". Additionally, she became the first artist in Hot 100 history to have their 1st single go to #1 after their 2nd single. The album gave Rihanna her highest 1st-week sales in the US at that time (207,000), debuting at #3. Despite being released 7 weeks before the end of the year, LOUD became the 4th best-selling album of 2010 in the UK and went on to become the UK's 10th best-selling album of the decade, as well as the best-selling album by a non-British female artist this decade, with 2M copies sold in the country. 2011 In 2011, Rihanna won her 4th Grammy with "Only Girl" for Best Dance Recording and her 1st BRIT Award for International Female Artist. She scored a record 18 nominations at the Billboard Music Awards and won 3 awards including Top Female Artist. Rihanna became the first female artist in UK chart history to have a #1 single in 5 consecutive years (Umbrella, Take A Bow, Run This Town, Only Girl, What's My Name?). In April 2011, she became the youngest & fastest solo artist to score 10 #1s on the Hot 100, as LOUD's 3rd single "S&M" topped the chart. The same year, she played a record-breaking 10 dates at London's O2 Arena, grossing over $12M at the venue. In October 2011, her 6th album's lead single "We Found Love" debuted at #1 in the UK with 4 days of sales. She scored her second "chart double" of 2011 when "Talk That Talk" & "We Found Love" placed at #1 on their respective charts, making Rihanna the 1st female artist in UK history to score 2 "chart doubles" in the same year. In the US, "We Found Love" gave Rihanna the record for a solo artist to have scored 20 Top 10 hits on the Hot 100 in the shortest amount of time. The song later became the longest-leading #1 hit of 2011 (10 weeks), and is now the 24th biggest Hot 100 hit of all time, as well as the biggest hit by a female artist this decade so far. 2012 In 2012, Soundscan ranked Rihanna as the best-selling digital artist in the country, breaking a Guinness World Record for digital single sales of over 58M in the US. Her 6th album Talk That Talk became the 8th best-selling album of 2012 in the US and her 5th consecutive Platinum-selling album. "We Found Love" won Video Of The Year at the VMAs, making her the first female artist in history to win that award twice. In November 2012, her next album's lead single "Diamonds" became her 12th #1 hit in the US, tying her with Madonna and The Supremes as the artists with the 5th-most #1s in history. The following week, the song remained at #1 while its parent album "Unapologetic" debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200 with first-week sales of 238k, making Rihanna the 2nd artist of 2012 to top both the Billboard 200 and Hot 100 simultaneously. In the UK, "Diamonds" became her 7th chart-topper, and later became her 4th million-selling single in the country, making her the first solo artist in UK history to achieve this feat. 2013 In 2013, Billboard named Rihanna Hot 100 Artist Of the Decade so far. The same year, she won 4 Billboard Music Awards including Top Radio Songs Artist, a few weeks after tying Mariah Carey for the most Radio Songs #1 in history with her smash hit "Stay". In February 2013, she won her 6th Grammy Award for Best Short Form Music Video with "We Found Love". In March 2013, she embarked on the Diamonds World Tour and broke multiple records, becoming the youngest artist to sell out Stade de France, Millennium Stadium & Twickenham Stadium twice (at 25). She also became the first female and youngest artist to sell out Johannesburg's FNB Stadium. In November 2013, she was awarded with the first ever Icon Award at the American Music Awards, for her global impact on Pop music. Her 7th album "Unapologetic" became her 6th consecutive Platinum-selling in the US and her 6th consecutive double-platinum-selling album in the UK. 2014 Rihanna won her 7th Grammy Award with her 7th album Unapologetic for Best Urban Contemporary Album in January 2014. Later that year, TIME ranked her as the 2nd biggest hitmaker of all time, behind Mariah Carey. In June, she was awarded with the CFDA Fashion Icon Award for her strong influence in the fashion industry. That night, her sheer dress covered in 230,000 Swarovski crystals became one of the most memorable fashion moments of all time. The same year, Rihanna owned Paris Fashion Week and graced the cover of Vogue US twice, including the Met Gala edition, and created controversy with her NSFW Lui Magazine photoshoot which got her banned from Instagram. In December that year, she was announced as the new creative director of PUMA, expanding her domination in the fashion industry. She also continued her charity work, as her Clara Lionel Foundation's inaugural and annual Diamond Ball raised over $4M. 2015 After leaving Def Jam Records to create her own label Westbury Road Entertainment, under license to Roc Nation, and acquiring the masters to all her previous albums, Rihanna released 3 new singles including the critically-acclaimed "FourFiveSeconds" with Paul McCartney & Kanye West. The song marked McCartney's first Top 10 on the Hot 100 chart after 29 years, breaking the record for longest break ever between Top 10 songs. The next single "BBHMM" spent 23 weeks on the Hot 100 and eventually became one of her signature Urban hits, with its controversial & acclaimed music video, and the iconic "Bitch Better Have My Money" phrase. The same year, Rihanna starred in the animated movie "Home" which grossed nearly $400M globally, and was the executive producer of the movie's soundtrack. In May 2015, Rihanna became the first black woman to front a Dior campaign, as well as the undisputed queen of the Met Gala with her show-stopping Guo Pei gown, which went on to become the most recognizable Met Gala look ever. The next month, she became the first artist in RIAA history to surpass 100M cumulative song certifications. 2016 Rihanna released her critically-acclaimed 8th album "ANTI" in January 2016. The album's lead single "Work" became her 14th #1 hit in the US, breaking a tie with Michael Jackson for the 3rd-most #1s in history. The song remained at #1 for 9 weeks, making Rihanna the artist with the 2nd most cumulative weeks at #1 in history (60), second only to Mariah Carey. In April 2016, Rihanna scored her 2nd "chart double" in the US, as "ANTI" re-peaked at #1 while "Work" remained at the top spot for a 5th week. The album was certified 2x Platinum by the RIAA just a little over 3 months after its release and was nominated for 6 Grammy Awards including Record Of The Year for "Work". Additionally, ANTI spawned the longest-charting single of Rihanna's career, "Needed Me", which spent 45 weeks on the Hot 100 and became her 29th Top 10 hit, tying her with Michael Jackson for the 3rd-most Hot 100 Top 10s. It also became the most on-demand streamed female song of all time in the US, surpassing its predecessor "Work". Rihanna's debut clothing line with PUMA received rave reviews at New York Fashion Week in February 2016. She also became the first woman to win "Shoe of the Year" at FN's Achievement Award for her Fenty Puma Creeper. In May 2016, she won the Billboard Chart Achievement Award and gave an acclaimed performance of "Love On The Brain". Two months later, she was awarded with the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award, for her "decade-long impact on music, pop culture, fashion, film and philanthropy". 2017 In February 2017, Rihanna became the first black artist in Hot 100 history to score 30 Top 10 hits with ANTI's final single "Love On The Brain", and broke a tie with Michael Jackson for the 3rd-most Top 10 hits of all time. The following month, "Love On The Brain" became her 22nd Top 5 hit, breaking a tie with Elvis Presley for the 5th-most in history. With "Wild Thoughts", Rihanna scored her 9th #1 hit in the UK, tying Abba & the Spice Girls and becoming only the 10th act to claim 9 #1s. It later became her record-extending 11th single to sell over 1M units in the country (with streams added). The same year, she received the Harvard Humanitarian of the Year Award for her charity work. In October, Billboard named her the most successful Pop Radio artist of all time. Additionally, "ANTI" was the most succesful female album of Billboard's 2017 calendar year, despite being released in January 2016, and was named the 38th most successful female album of all time on the Billboard 200. In December 2017, The Government of Barbados renamed Westbury New Road, "Rihanna Drive" in honor of Rihanna's global success. Earlier that year, she launched her groundbreaking makeup line Fenty Beauty which received rave reviews for its inclusiveness. Rihanna won several prestigious awards with Fenty Beauty, including Launch Of The Year at the Beauty Inc Awards and Innovator of The Year at the Beauty Innovator Awards. 2018 Rihanna won her 9th Grammy Award with "Loyalty." for Best Rap/Sung Performance, extending her record for the most wins by a female artist in this category (5). With her N.E.R.D. feature "Lemon", she scored her milestone 50th Top 40 hit on the Hot 100, becoming the first black female artist to achieve this, and tying The Beatles for the 7th most Top 40 hits of all time. In February 2018, her 2016 album "ANTI" spent its 100th week in the Billboard 200's Top 100. The same month, it broke the record for most Dance Club Songs #1s from one album, as the album's opening track "Consideration" became the 8th Dance Club chart-topper off the album.
  17. URBAN

    Normani

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  18. Oxygen

    Ariana Grande

    Coming soon! Coming soon! 2015 Arianator Awards Hosted by: Loveyoubxtch 2016 Arianator Awards Hosted by: Loveyoubxtch 2017 Arianator Awards Hosted by: Fentydelspears Yours Truly Album Survivor Hosted by: Ronaldista | Started: 16th of November 2013 My Everything Album Survivor Hosted by: sumthintoxic82 | Started: 1st of September 2014 Christmas & Chill Album Survivor Hosted by: DevonDreams | Started: 9th of January 2016 Dangerous Woman Album Survivor Hosted by: Oxygen | Started: 27th of May 2016 Dangerous Woman Rate Hosted by: Oxygen | Held: 20th of May 2017 My Everything Rate Hosted by: Satin | Held: 20th of May 2017 Yours Truly Rate Hosted by: Sailor Star
  19. Inception

    Christina Aguilera

    Official Website, Wikipedia, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Last.fm, Spotify, Apple Music 'Christina Aguilera' (1999) 17M WW (estimated sales) 'Mi Reflejo' (2000) 3M WW (estimated sales) 'My Kind of Christmas' (2000) 1.5M WW (estimated sales) 'Stripped' (2002) 12M WW (estimated sales) 'Back to Basics' (2006) 5M WW (estimated sales) 'Keeps Gettin' Better: A Decade of Hits' (2008) 1.5M WW (estimated sales) 'Bionic' (2010) 0.9M WW (estimated sales) 'Burlesque: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack' (2010) 1.4M WW (estimated sales) 'Lotus' (2012) 0.5M WW (estimated sales) Collaborations "Nobody Wants to Be Lonely" "Lady Marmalade" "Tilt Ya Head Back" "Somos Novios" "Tell Me" "Castle Walls" "Moves Like Jagger" "Baby It's Cold Outside" "Feel This Moment" "Hoy Tengo Ganas de Ti" "Say Something" "Do What U Want"
  20. Bitchcraft

    Janet Jackson

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