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Thread started 01/10/21 2:40pm

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All it took for Britney Spears to HUMILIATE EMINEM FOREVER: Beyonce Knowles.

This pop artist pretend rapper tried to call Britney Spears a packaged, manufactured pop star when the 'respected artist' he later collaborated with never even wrote a song in her whole career despite pathetically plastering her name on the credits...

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RN3Ww-jA_yI

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And of course, the only 'co-writer' of that HIT song still hasn't bothered to showcase her OWN instrumental melody on any instrument.

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(1:50)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EnMS3RkQL98&t=1s

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Again, it doesn't matter whatever her collaborators say, what Prince said about her, what Steve Wonder says about her etc...: What HIT song did Beyonce concieve from her OWN mind?

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And it's 100% valid comparison since Beyonce and Britney come from the same 'generation' of stars (although Britney's debut on star search was a year before Beyonce) and the former has been consistently used by the media and industry to undermine Britney Spears, despite Beyonce proven to being incapable of writing a HIT song.

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Anyway, besides that Eminem humiliation (and his music aging horribly), the other Eminem humiliation is the fact he was so scared and frightened against battling against BLACK hip hop legends (when black legends battled each other) so he disguised his cowardice as being 'respectful of the history of hip hop'. How weak.

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You also can't accuse this post of favoring a white artist over a black artist simply because Beyonce has proven to be incapable of writing a HIT song in her career, unlike Britney.

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Comparing them as dancers is totally subjective and even if Beyonce is a better singer, that means little. Whitney Houston was an all-time great singer who didn't go out of her way to take credit for other people's songwriting. This must continue to follow Beyonce for the remainder of her career.

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And even if Janet Jackson is the better technical choreographed dancer than Britney (I think she is better than Britney but who the more complete dancer is remains up for debate) Britney was an infinitely better singer than both Janet Jackson and Madonna when you compare all three pre-stardom..

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wWuK5EnXaWU

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mpZbe2wOeYE

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Lastly, I'll leave you with these amusing/ironic quotes from the media...

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"Personally, I think Britney is the very worst kind of modern pop star, which is, of course, part of what makes her so fascinating. She is not famous for any particular talent or charisma..."-Neil Mccormick

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/music/10959206/Everything-about-Britney-is-fake-but-thats-what-makes-her-fascinating.html

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"This is Spears's ninth album, which is a lot for someone with no discernible talent."-Neil Mccormick

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/music/what-to-listen-to/britney-spears-glory-review/

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"Glen Hansard is an Irish singer-songwriter held in high regard by the greatest singer-songwriters in the world. Down the crooked path of a lifetime making music, from teenage busker to Oscar-winning composer, Hansard has shared stages, dressing rooms and barroom conversations with Bob Dylan, Joni Mitchell, Leonard Cohen, Van Morrison and Bruce Springsteen."-Neil Mccormick

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/music/artists/glen-hansard-homelessness-taking-tips-springsteen-winning-oscar/

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-qdkd0ix6Yk

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"When asked if “Everytime” was an answer song to recent ex Justin Timberlake’s “Cry Me a River,” Britney neither confirmed nor denied, saying, “I’ll let the song speak for itself.” That it did, but the piano ballad also spoke for others. Glen Hansard, still some years away from his Once breakthrough, showed this when he and Colm Maclomaire recorded their version under the Frames name. Hansard’s vocals give “Everytime” an authenticity that the press wouldn’t necessarily attribute to Britney’s breathier delivery. Do the words “I guess I need you, baby” come across as being more vulnerable when sung by a man instead of a woman? In any case, the lyrics come from Britney, and Hansard sings them with all the conviction they deserve, making for a powerful cover"

https://www.covermesongs.com/2020/05/the-best-britney-spears-covers-ever.html/3




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Reply #1 posted 01/16/21 2:23am

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Em got the last laugh as his albums continue to sell and go #1 to this d at. The rest of this post gives me needing some medication teas. Nothing you said was on base.
Download all the shit hop that you can for your kids, neices, nephews, and their friends also. That will prevent them from going out and buying it and will prevent some shit hop sales. Every little bit helps - Andy
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Reply #2 posted 01/16/21 3:05am

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and even if Beyonce is a better singer, that means little.you do know that they first of all are singers? How does having a better voice means little for a singer.
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Reply #3 posted 01/16/21 5:34pm

POOK

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THANK YOU MSNBC

FOR NEWSFLASH OF 2003

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Reply #4 posted 01/16/21 7:27pm

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^^^ falloff The op obviously forgot what decade it is...

"Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything." --Plato
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Reply #5 posted 01/16/21 8:23pm

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^^I was about to ask when this occured, because I had a feeling that it wasn't a recent event, but then I thought "what's the point?"..the whole thing is really not worth a discussion anyway. I'm really not trying to be rude, but who cares what Eminem thinks about Britney Spears, Beyonce Knowles, or whatever! Are we really that desperate for things to talk about these days?

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Reply #6 posted 01/16/21 9:29pm

alphastreet

looby said:

^^I was about to ask when this occured, because I had a feeling that it wasn't a recent event, but then I thought "what's the point?"..the whole thing is really not worth a discussion anyway. I'm really not trying to be rude, but who cares what Eminem thinks about Britney Spears, Beyonce Knowles, or whatever! Are we really that desperate for things to talk about these days?



Yeah it’s all old news and nonsense
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