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  1. In a decade dominated by European dance, house, pop, and hip-hop music, which are still booming in popularity till this day, R&B more than held its own with a diverse array of projects from a healthy mix of established stars, talented newcomers and indie artists. The first two years of the teens weren’t terrible, they were the last of our traditional days with the genre. From 2012 and on we experienced a generation of young artists experimenting with new sounds, saw a period where “vibes” replaced pitch-perfect vocals, rappers started singing, singers started rapping, veterans made big comebacks, funk music dominated and by 2019 artists revisited the roots of soul, putting a modern spin on past winning formulas. 2012-2019 was a strange, weird time for R&B, but great music emerged, and we are here to rate songs that represent the transition period. Songs put together in this rate were mainly pulled from the Village Voice Pazz & Jop music critics poll (and it’s rip-off on facebook) which includes over 1,000 members—music writers, business execs, and artists themselves that rank the songs or albums of the year. Nonetheless you will get a great mix and representation of contemporary and alternative R&B. Ratings & Rules: We will be listening to and rating 67 songs in total. For those special songs you should assign one 10.25, one 10.5, one 10.75 & one 11. Everything else should rate on a scale of 1-10. Up to two decimal points are allowed. Some artists have more songs than others so please be mindful not to sabotage or frontload. Deadline: July 20th, 2022 SONGS 2012 Miguel · "Adorn" Frank Ocean · "Thinkin' 'Bout You" Usher · "Climax" Solange · "Losing You" Frank Ocean · "Pyramids" Jessie Ware · "Wildest Moments" Elle Varner · "Refill" Jai Paul · "Jasmine" The Weeknd · "Wicked Games" 2013 Robin Thicke (ft. T.I. and Pharrell) · "Blurred Lines" Ciara · "Body Party" Janelle Monáe (ft. Erykah Badu) · "Q.U.E.E.N." James Blake · "Retrograde" Mariah Carey (ft. Miguel) · "#Beautiful" Janelle Monáe (ft. Miguel) · "Primetime" Justin Timberlake · "Suit & Tie" Kingdom (ft. Kelela) “Bank Head” 2014 FKA Twigs · "Two Weeks" Pharrell Williams · "Happy" Beyoncé (ft. Jay-Z) · "Drunk in Love" Tinashe (ft. Schoolboy Q) · "2 On" Jeremih (ft. YG) · "Don't Tell 'Em" Usher · "Good Kisser" FKA Twigs · "Pendulum" D’Angelo and The Vanguard “Really Love” 2015 Drake · "Hotline Bling" The Weeknd · "Can't Feel My Face" Miguel (ft. Wale) · "Coffee" Alessia Cara · "Here" The Weeknd · "The Hills" Kelela · "Rewind" Thundercat · "Them Changes" Janet Jackson · "No Sleeep" Bryson Tiller “Don’t” 2016 Beyoncé · "Formation" Solange · "Cranes in the Sky" Rihanna (ft. Drake) · "Work" Beyoncé · "Sorry" Frank Ocean · "Ivy" Bruno Mars · “24k Magic” Solange (ft. Sampha) · "Don't Touch My Hair" Maxwell · "Lake by the Ocean" H.E.R. · “Focus” 2017 Frank Ocean · “Chanel” SZA · “Drew Barrymore” Kelela · “LMK” Kelela · “Frontline” SZA (ft. Travis Scott) · “Love Galore” Sampha · “(No One Knows Me) Like the Piano” SZA · “The Weekend” Childish Gambino · “Redbone” 2018 Ella Mai · “Boo’d Up” The Weeknd · “Call Out My Name” Ella Mai · “Trip” Summer Walker · “Girls Need Love” Ciara · “Level Up” Teyana Taylor · “Gonna Love Me” Toni Braxton · “Long As I Live” Mariah Carey · “Caution” 2019 The Weeknd · “Heartless” Summer Walker (ft. Bryson Tiller) · “Playing Games” FKA Twigs · "Cellophane" Chris Brown (ft. Drake) · “No Guidance” Lizzo · “Good as Hell” Ari Lennox (ft. J. Cole) · “Shea Butter Baby” Lucky Daye · "Roll Some Mo" Snoh Aalegra · “I Want You Around” Playlist: SPOTIFY
  2. Can you remember the inkling of hope you felt as 2021 dawned? Amid the worst surge yet of the coronavirus pandemic, there seemed to be a light at the end of the tunnel as the government launched its mass vaccination campaign. The sense that things could finally be getting better was affirmed when, all of a week into the new year, Jazmine Sullivan dropped Heaux Tales, the woman once held aloft as R&B’s next great hope emerging from half a decade in the wilderness with the confirmation of her genius that we had all been waiting for. Of course, things would rapidly go south – an insurrection at the Capitol when we had barely gotten over our New Year’s Eve hangovers was followed by the resumption of mass shootings, a deadly concert hosted by one of music’s biggest names and the slow-dawning realization that this virus was just going to keep coming back again. But the music never stopped being great! January wasn’t even over when we had already found the breakout star of the year, Olivia Rodrigo, a pop supernova who exploded onto the scene with the fully-formed vision of her instantly iconic debut album, Sour. Billie Eilish returned in the summer with Happier Than Ever, deftly avoiding the sophomore slump with a stunner that soared past the artistic heights – if not the commercial success – of her Grammy-sweeping debut. And the indie breakthroughs of Japanese Breakfast’s Jubilee and Little Simz’s Sometimes I Might Be Introvert earned them both well-deserved Best New Artist celebrations, albeit several albums into their careers. Then, as we entered another socially-distanced holiday season, Adele returned at last to wipe away (or perhaps indulge) our blues with the most-anticipated release in years: her divorce album, 30, a blockbuster that also took her lauded career to new creative triumph. Now things turn over to you, the good voters of ATRL. Which of 2021’s biggest and best albums was your favorite? You can help decide the winner by ranking each of these 85 songs on a scale of 1-10 and then sending me your ballot by Sunday, July 3. Please listen to everything again at least once before submitting. I want honest assessments, not scores based on your memory or biases. Up to two decimal points are allowed. Feel free to include commentary if you are so moved. And no trolling or your vote will be tossed. Happy listening! Songs Participants
  3. Hello, and welcome to the second installment of the "Makes The Woman" rate, credit to @Ace Reject To refresh, in 1995 Makes the Woman (now gone due to site reset) we celebrated 5 classic solo female artists, with their groundbreaking critically acclaimed, smash hit, and/or cult classic albums. We will continue this trend here, and celebrate 5 amazing albums by a different crop of legends. Without further ado, let me introduce them to you! Sheryl Crow, a hippie queen, known best for her blend of Bubblegum, Folk, Blues, and Rock had already been launched into superstardom due to her 7x platinum debut album, but her self titled Sheryl Crow gave her a large boost in her credibility and gave much-needed depth to her persona, even if it came at the expense of her former bandmates, who had a large falling-out with her before and during recording. Often credited for the 00s Hot Adult Contemporary Radio girls such as Natasha Beddingfield, Sheryl's self titled showcases more depth than a passing music fan might expect. Here is the tracklist for Sheryl Crow: Maybe Angels A Change Would Do You Good Home Sweet Rosalyn If It Makes You Happy Redemption Day Hard to Make a Stand Everyday is a Winding Road Love is a Good Thing Oh Marie Superstar The Book Ordinary Morning If there's one thing Fiona Apple fans are going to let you know about Tidal, its that most of the songs were written when she was 16 and 17. Really though, when you hear the album, you'll get why it's so impressive! The album is her biggest commercial success, giving her her only top 40 hit, and an eternally dedicated fanbase. It's also the era that birthed and immediately solidified herself as a force of authenticity. In spite of what you think of her, she's going to speak her mind, and the music video for Criminal and acceptance speech for Sleep to Dream have a permanent mark on pop culture. Here is the tracklist for Tidal: Sleep to Dream Sullen Girl Shadowboxer Criminal Slow Like Honey The First Taste Never is a Promise The Child is Gone Pale September Carrion Before we were bickering if Nicki Minaj, Megan Thee Stallion, or Cardi B is the queen of rap, the self-appointed (accurate, though) Queen of Rap Lil' Kim released her debut album, Hard Core, and changed the game forever for female rap. Was Kim the first sexual female rapper? Was she the first gangster female rapper? No, but she set the template for female rap for, arguably, until the present day. With Hip-Hop hits and crossover pop smashes, this album is considered a hip-hop classic. Here is the tracklist for Hard Core: Intro in A-Minor Big Momma Thang No Time Spend a Little Doe Take It! Crush On You Drugs Scheamin' Queen Bitch Dreams M.A.F.I.A. Land We Don't Need It Not Tonight Player Haters Fuck You Not Tonight (Ladies Night Remix) One of the most prolific artists of her time (and, honestly, still now) is Tori Amos. Boys for Pele is the perfect example of her absolutely insane ambition to write as many songs as possible. At 18 songs, it is possibly her strangest collection of songs, featuring use of the harpsichord, church choirs, and harmoniums, and yet somehow it is still to this date her highest peaking album in the US. Props to her! The shadow of Kate Bush often looms over Tori's career as a often shallow comparison, yet I'm sure even Tori would take people often comparing this album to The Dreaming as one of the highest compliments. Here is the tracklist for Boys for Pele: Beauty Queen / Horses Blood Roses Father Lucifer Professional Widow Mr. Zebra Marianne Caught a Lite sneeze Muhammad My Friend Hey Jupiter Way Down Little Amsterdam Talula Not the Red Baron Agent Orange Doughnut Song In the Springtime of His Voodoo Putting the Damage On Twinkle Finally, we will be rating an album that took almost ten years to finally appear on streaming. An album that reached its billboard peak just a year ago! One in a Million is the late Aaliyah's second album, leaving behind songs written by ... he who must not be named ... she decided to team up with Timbaland and Missy Elliott, and thus solidified her as an icon of the 90s and early 2000s with futuristic beats, and a more mature image. The album, even though it was stolen from steaming from god knows how long remains an eternal classic due to Aaliyah's timeless vocals. Here is the tracklist to One in a Million: Beats 4 Da Streets (Intro) Hot like Fire One in a Million A Girl Like You If Your Girl Only Knew Choosey Lover (Old School / New School) Got to Give It Up 4 Page Letter Everything's Gonna Be Alright Giving You More I Gotcha' Back Never Givin' Up Heartbroken Never Comin' Back Ladies in Da House The One I Gave My Heart To Came to Give Love (Outro) RULES: Rate every song from a scale of 1-10. I will calculate the average of each song based on the score on all participants and reveal them from lowest, to highest, crowning a winner. PM me your rates. You may choose one song to give an 11, and one song to give a 0. Due date is August 30. Comments are appreciated and will be incorporated, but completely optional. Post in here while I am revealing the results to yell at each other for not agreeing on your favorite songs. Song List:
  4. Welcome to the Ultimate Pop Rate! I've compiled a list of around 220 songs that encompass the 2000s and 2010s decade of pop. Unfortunately, I wasn't able to include every pop hit but I hope you're at least 90% happy with the list. The vast majority were either #1s on Pop Radio, Hot 100 Airplay, Hot 100 or European Hot 100. RULES Rate every single song from 1-10. Decimals are fine but only to 1 decimal place (8.4 is fine, but 8.32 or 8.91012 is not). You may give TEN songs a score of 11 – however, they each have to go to a different female (this means if you rated Beyonce’s “Crazy In Love” an 11, you can’t rate any of her other hits with an 11) PLEASE USE THE PREPARED TABLE FORMAT BELOW TO SEND IN YOUR SCORES. You must use the correct format (see below). PM your scores to me – MUST copy and paste the table format below so that it’s easier for me to input it in the master spreadsheet (if you want to do this in a Google Doc and just send the link to me as well, that is totally okay) Comments are optional – if you’re writing comments, please PM them to me separately. As far as quality standards go, I don't want to see all 10s or 1s for the same artist, if it seems like you're sabotaging I won't count your ballot PLAYLISTS - Note: there were some additions/omissions to the song list, so the playlist has 90% of what you need (but doesn't have everything - please use the SONG LIST) YOUTUBE PLAYLIST DUE DATE: MAY 27th (a strict deadline as I'm going on vacation a week after and want this done before then!) SONG LIST TO RATE (IN SPOILER) - please copy and paste and send to me in DM with your ratings
  5. The Alanis Morissette Singles Rate Welcome to the Alanis Morissette Singles Rate hosted by prézli. The Queen of Alt-Rock Angst released 56 singles, so it's time to rank them. The list contains both official and promotional singles. THE RULES – Rate all the songs on a scale of 1–10 (1: worst, 10: best). – You can give an 11 to your most favorite song and a 0 to your least favorite song. – Decimals are allowed, but only .5 decimals! – Send your ranking to me in DM. Use the list below. – You can send comments to songs, and I will post them while revealing the results. – Enjoy! THE SONGS (YOUTUBE PLAYLIST) DEADLINE: AUGUST 20, 2022
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    ONGOING RATES 1. This Was 2021 Rate Host: @supaspaz 2. The Popjustice Twenty Quid Prize Rate Part 2 Rate Host: ACE REJECT 3. Isn't It Ironic? The Alanis Morrissette Singles Rate Rate Host: @prézli 4. Nicki Minaj's Discography Rate Rate Host: @AdrianNicki 5. Ultimate '00s $ '10s Female Pop Rate Rate Host: @naval23 COMPLETED RATES 1. Post 2005 Pop Girls: The Singles - #1s Rate Host: Mark Rih Winner: Katy Perry, "Teenage Dream" 2. The Sade Singles Rate (VOTE NOW) Rate Host: conatus Winner: "No Ordinary Love" 3. The Twenty One Pilots Discography Rate Rate Host: Sabbath Winner: "Holding On To You" 4. This WAS 2016: Part 1 Rate Host: Eeveelution Winner: Solange, "Cranes in the Sky" 5. The Ayumi Hamasaki Singles Rate Rate Host: Kxvk Winner: "M" 6. This Generation's Pop Girls - The Singles Part 2: Top Tens Rate Host: Mark Rih Winner: Taylor Swift, "Style" 7. Mariah Carey: The Remixes Rate Rate Host: Buyonce1814 Winner: "Thank God I Found You (Make It Last Forever)" 8. The Kate Bush Discography Rate (VOTE NOW) Rate Host: Clueless Winner: "Cloudbusting" 9. The Ciara Discography Rate Rate Host: K$Ellie Winner: "Promise" 10. The Flops of 2015 Rate Host: I am Luke Winner: Ciara, "Only One" 11. Man! I Feel Like Shania! The Discography Rate Rate Host: Auburn Winner: "Thank You Baby (For Making Someday Come Soon)" 12. The New Wave of R&B: Part 2 Rate Host: MP2K Winner: Kelela, "Rewind" 13. Lady Soul: The Aretha Franklin Singles Rate Rate Host: Reverie Winner: "Ain't No Way" 14. Hey Girl: The 21st Century Female Collaboration Rate Host: genetic fail Winner: Lady Gaga, "Telephone (featuring Beyonce)" 15. Faith in the Sound: The George Michael Singles Rate Rate Host: Achilles. Winner: "Freedom' 90" 16. 80s One Hit Wonders Rate Rate Host: Yndda Winner: Lipps Inc., "Funkytown" 17. This Generation's Pop Girls: Part 3 [Top 40] Rate Host: Mark Rih Winner: Ariana Grande, "One Last Time" 18. Adele Discography Rate Rate Host: feelslikeadream Winner: "Rolling in the Deep" 19. 2017's Pop Girls ... So Far Rate Host: Diarrhoea Winner: Dua Lipa, "New Rules" 20. 21st Century One Hit Wonder Rate Rate Host: Queen Conchita Winner: Gotye, "Somebody That I Used to Know" (featuring Kimbra) 21. PRIMADONNAS 2: The Rate Rate Host: Ace Reject Winner: Natalie Cole, "This Will Be (An Everlasting Love)" 22. Grimes Discography Rate Rate Host: Pendulum Winner: "Oblivion" 23. Entering The Madness: The Weeknd Discography Rate Rate Host: Pink Matter Winner: "High for This" 24. This Generation's Pop Girls: The Final Act Rate Host: Mark Rih Winner: Lady Gaga, "The Edge of Glory" 25. This WAS 2016: Part 2 Rate Host: Tom Vercetti Winner: Mitski, "Your Best American Girl" 26. Don't Call It a Comeback Rate Host: supaspaz Winner: Rihanna, "Love on the Brain" 27. Bjork Singles Rate Rate Host: theblackestday Winner: "Pagan Poetry" 28. Lana Del Rey Essentials Rate Rate Host: Clueless Winner: "Brooklyn Baby" 29. Thank You for the Music: The ABBA Discography Rate Rate Host: conatus Winner: "Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (A Man After Midnight)" 30.These WERE The Singles: 2005 - 2009 Rate Host: Tom Vercetti Winner: Madonna, "Hung Up" 31. The Hip-Hop Debutante Rate Rate Host: Woo Winner: Foxy Brown, "I'll Be" (featuring Jay-Z) 32. The UOG of the 80s: Part 2 Rate Host: Ace Reject Winner: Belinda Carlisle, "Heaven is a Place on Earth" 33.Kesha Essentials Rate Rate Host: K$Ellie Winner: "Animal" 34. Billboard's 100 Greatest Choruses of the 21st Century Rate Host: KatyCatPH Winner: Shakira, "Whenever, Wherever" 35. The 21st Century One-Hit Wonder Rate: Part 2 Rate Host: Queen Conchita Winner: Natalie Imbruglia, "Torn" 36. Ice Princess: The Azealia Banks Discography Rate Rate Host: prezli Winner: "Liquorice" 37. Linkin Park Singles Rate Rate Host: chilicheese01 Winner: "In The End" 38. I Was Thinking Bout Boys: The Singles Rate Rate Host: Carly Winner: Harry Styles, "Sign Of The Times" 39. The Demi Lovato Discography Rate Rate Host: Hanzo Winner: "Tell Me You Love Me" 40. Jennifer Lopez Essentials Rate Rate Host: Killing Your Career Winner: "What is Love?" 41. The Boss: The Diana Ross Singles Rate Rate Host: Subomie Winner: "I'm Coming Out" 42. Finally: The Namie Amuro Singles Rate Rate Host: Kxvk Winner: DR. 43. Read My Lips: The Sophie Ellis-Bextor Singles Rate Rate Host: EJQL8 Winner: "Murder on the Dancefloor" 44. Kendrick Lamar Singles Rate Rate Host: Clueless Winner: "Alright" 45.The Tove Lo Discography Rate Rate Host: Moonlightbae Winner: "Talking Body" 46. The Sleigh Bells Discography Rate Rate Host: Diarrhoea Winner: "Infinity Guitars" 47. The Selena Gomez Discography Rate Rate Host: SoSickOfThatSOL Winner: "Hands to Myself" 48. St Vincent Essentials Rate Rate Host: Pendulum Winner: "Strange Mercy" 49. The ULTIMATE US Girl Group Rate: The 21st Century Rate Host: wabayou Winner: Destiny's Child, "Lose My Breath" 50. The 2017 Alternative Rate Rate Host: Superpower Winner: The National, "Dark Side of the Gym" 51. THIS WAS 2017 Rate Host: supaspaz Winner: Kendrick Lamar, "DNA" 52. Solo Spice Singles Rate Rate Host: EJQL8 Winner: Victoria Beckham, "Let Your Head Go" 53. Kanye West Singles Rate Rate Host: Clueless Winner: "Runaway" 54. These WERE The Singles: 1990 - 1994 Rate Host: Superpower Winner: Madonna, "Vogue" 55. This Was 2017 Part 2 Rate Host: Tom Vercetti Winner: Vince Staples, "Yeah Right" 56. The Mariah Carey Videography Rate Rate Host: Kim Kardashian Winner: "Honey" 57. Billboard R&B #1's Part 1: 1990 - 1992 Rate Host: conatus Winner: Mary J. Blige, "Real Love" 58. The Katy Perry Discography Rate Rate Host: Ferst Winner: "E.T." 59. 50 Great Female Voices: The Rate Rate Host: Pepo Winner: Tina Turner, "What's Love Got to Do With It?" 60. Charli XCX Discography Rate Rate Host: wabayou Winner: "Vroom Vroom" 61. In a Reverie: The Tinashe Discography Rate Rate Host: Pink Matter Winner: "Bet" 62. The Flops of 2017 Rate Host: Lukey Winner: Rachel Platten, "Perfect for You" 63. The Janelle Monae Discography Rate Rate Host: K$Ellie Winner: "Make Me Feel" 64. Female Top 5 Hits - '13 - '18 Rate Host: umich Winner: Taylor Swift, "Blank Space" 65. When Pop Stars Grow Up Rate Host: supaspaz Winner: Britney Spears, "I'm a Slave 4 U" 66.The Kacey Musgraves Discography Rate Rate Host: thecptz Winner: "Merry Go-Round" 67. Beyonce Essentials Rate Rate Host: Kool Aid King Winner: "Don't Hurt Yourself" 68. So Into You: The Tamia Singles Rate Rate Host: jdmc218 Winner: "So Into You" 69. Female Rap Rate Part 1 Rate Host: Diarrhoea Winner: Cardi B, "Bickenhead" 70. This WAS 2018 Rate Host: supaspaz Winner: Mitski, "Nobody" 71. Beyonce: The Discography Rate Rate Host: JoAddams Winner: "6 Inch" 72. This Was EXPERIMENTAL POp 2018: The Rate Rate Host: TRF. Winner: Yves Tumor, "Noid" 73. The Ultimate Other Girls: Teen Dreams (Part 1) Rate Host: Ace Reject Winner: Hilary Duff, "Come Clean" 74. MC30: Mariah Carey Discography Rate (Extra Festive Edition) Rate Host: ThatBadEartha Winner: The Roof (Back in Time) 75. This WAS 2020 (It's The End of the World as We Know It... And I Feel Fine Rate Host: Supaspaz Winner: Dua Lipa, Don't Start Now 76. THIS WAS POP 2020: Oh Shit, At Least You Tried! Rate Host: Touya Kinomoto Winner: Katy Perry, Never Really Over 77. Non English Pop Songs Rate Host: @PiecesOfYou Winner: Rosalía, Malamente 78. The Ultimate Other Girls of the 90s - Part Five Rate Host: Ace Reject Winner: Christina Aguilera, Genie in a Bottle 79. Her Madgesty: The Madonna Discography Rate Rate Host: @Madame X Winner: Like a Prayer 80. This WAS POP 2019 P1 Rate Host: @Tinashegrande6 Winner: Ariana Grande, thank u, next 81. The Ultimate Little Mix Discography Rate Rate Host: @pengkweeen Winner: Sweet Melody 82. The UOGs of the Aughts 4: Hateration and Holleration Rate Host: @Ace Reject Winner: Mary J. Blige, Be Without You 83. Whitney Houston Discography Rate Rate Host: @GreatestLoveofAll Winner: All The Man That I Need 84. The 2020 Queer Excellence Rate Rate Host: @Blue Rose Winner: Perfume Genius, On The Floor 85. Disco Revival of 2020: The Ultimate Lockdown Party Rate Host: @bestfiction Winner: Jessie Ware, What's Your Pleasure? 86. 2000s Female Pop Rate Rate Host: @naval23 Winner: Madonna, Hung Up 87. French Pop Divas: 2000s Edition Rate Host: @PiecesOfYou Winner: Alizee, Moi....Lolita 88. The Popjustice Twenty Quid Music Prize Rate Part 1: '03 - '07 Rate Host: Ace Reject Winner: Rachel Stevens, Some Girls 89. This WAS 2013: The Rate Rate Host: @minho Winner: Disclosure, White Noise 90. Tame Impala Essentials Rate Rate Host: Clueless Winner: New Person, Same Old Mistakes 91. This Was POP: 2019 Part 2 Rate Host: @Tinashegrande6 Winner: Carly Rae Jepsen, No Drug Like Me 92. 1995 Makes The Woman Rate Host: @Madame X Winner: Bjork, Hyperballad 93. The Supremes Singles Rate Rate Host: @UnanimousBB16 Winner: You Keep Me Hangin' On 94. Oh, Shit - At Least He Tried! Solo Boys in Pop Rate Host: @Insanity Winner: Nick Jonas, This is Heaven 95. Miss Americana: The Taylor Swift Singles Rate Winner: cardigan 96. Miss Jackson If You're Nasty: The Janet Discography Rate Rate Host: @Auburn Winner: If 97. 1990s Female Hits Rate Rate Host: @JoAddams Winner: Madonna, Secret 98. More Than R&B Rate Host: @supaspaz Winner: Kelis, Trick Me 99. This Was Pop 2020: Part 2 Rate Host: @Tinashegrande6 Winner: The Weeknd, In Your Eyes 100. Billboard R&B #1s Part Two: The Mid 90s Rate Host: @Armani👑 Winner: Mariah Carey, Fantasy 101. The Sound of the 1975: The Singles Rate Rate Host: @greento Winner: Somebody Else 102. The Aly & AJ Discography Rate Rate Host: @prézli Winner: Potential Breakup Song RATES ON HIATUS 1. Electronic Daddy Music: The Rate Rate Host: genetic fail 2. This WAS POP: 2001 (VOTE NOW) Rate Host: EJQL8 4. 2010 ULTIMATE Rate (VOTE NOW) Rate Host: mike9009 5. The Male Rebellion Rate: part 2 (VOTE NOW) Rate Host: conatus 6. This WAS POP 2017 (VOTE NOW) Rate Host: Carly 7. The 21st Century One Hit Wonders Rate: The Ultimate Rate (VOTE NOW) Rate Host: Queen Conchita 8. THIS WAS 2017: THE EPs (VOTE NOW) Rate Host: Moonlightbae 9. These ARE The Acclaimed Singles (VOTE NOW) Rate Host: Wicked 10. Prince: The Warner Brothers Years Rate Host: Madame X 11. Sir Elton: The Singles Rate Rate Host: conatus 12. Charli XCX Mega Rate Rate Host: Pop culture 13. This WAS 2019: The Re-Up Rate Host: @Ace Reject 14. The Radiohead Discography Rate Rate Host: @Nemo 15. British Excellence: 80s Alternative Edition Rate Host: @madonnas 16. Slant's 100 Best Dance Songs of All Time Rate Host: @Tom Vercetti CANCELLED RATES 1. The Britney Spears Discography Rate (VOTE NOW) Rate Host: Verge of Obscene 2. Gen Z-List Pop Girls: The Singles Rate Rate Host: skiddo 3. Crystal Castles Discography Rate Rate Host: Pendulum 4. Pure and Simple: The Dolly Parton Singles Rate Rate Host: StonedSoulPicnic 5. The Radiohead Discography Rate (VOTE NOW) Rate Host: Tremor Christ 6. THIS WAS... 2019 Rate Host: Claw 7. Beyoncè: The Essentials (VOTE NOW) Rate Host: digitaldistortion 8. Close But No Cigar 10s - The #2 Singles Rate Rate Host: @jdmc219
  7. It's the truth - it's a fact. I was gone - now I'm back! With part two of this wonderful time! And a whole buttload of brilliant British jams from the turn of the decade. The credit crunch! A time we all cherish. Honestly and openly, you can hear so much change in the five years we'll survey - the sound of English pop changed multiple times. Where it landed... me no likey. But let's enjoy a time before pop culture died! @supaspaz will bless us with a beautiful banner, but let's get started? Come one, come all... and vote! The songs (and a Spotify playlist) will be posted below. Rank them from 1-10, with four special scores: 10.25 10.5 10.75 11 Choose wisely! And raise a pint to Nadia Oh!
  8. Introduction: Hello guys and welcome to the megarate of Nicki Minaj's discography. The queen of rap is gearing up to release her highly anticipated fifth studio album this year (hopefully) and I think this game will be a fun way to keep the excitement going. Nicki's music catalogue is quite large, especially the amount of features she has. I don't want to give you 300+ songs to rate all at once, this is suppose to be fun, not a chore. For this rate I decided not to include any features. Just Nicki's mixtapes, albums and solo singles and freestyles such as beloved Boss Ass ***** and Black Barbies. If there is enough demand, I will consider doing another rate after this one that would include only featured verses. I provided the list of songs and divided them by sections down below. Unreleased music is NOT included. Rules: Rate only songs that are on the list. Rate each song from 1 to 10. You can give the same rate to multiple songs but try not to get carried away. It would be great if you try to be diverse with your votes. 11's and 0's (if any) are allowed but only one per section. Decimals are allowed but only up to one decimal place (7.5 is okay 8.30214 is absolutely not) Send your votes to me via private message. Don't post them here. If you have any additional comments about a song or an album feel free to send them to me as well. I may share them with everybody while revealing the results. Song List: I hope everybody will have a great time rediscovering Nicki's music. Due date is August 8th for now. This is a subject to change so don't worry about it too much. If you will need extra time I will change it. Have fun! Tag List: I've decided to tag some people who may be interested.
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