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  1. 5 points
    Hilary Duff - Breathe in. Breathe Out.
  2. 4 points
    With a voice like Mariah Carey's, one might wonder why she or her label bothers with any kind of imagery at all. It would have been easy to go down the Susan Boyle route and focus exclusively on Mariah's famously breathtaking vocals, to the exclusion of how she looks; and indeed, it may be that very line of reasoning that accounts for the live performances that double as official music videos for tracks like 'I'll Be There', 'Open Eyes' and 'If It's Over'. Luckily for us, Mariah for the most part has gone a different route, appearing to spend as much time on her film clips as she has on the songs themselves. More than showing off her acting chops or developing complex storylines within her music videos, Mariah's clips instead tend to act as a showcase for her image, visually communicating the things that she may have been unable to open up about in interviews. Through her music videos, Mariah has transitioned from an innocent girl next door with wild curly hair in 'Vision of Love' to a chic city girl in 'Anytime You Need A Friend' to a sun-kissed Malibu goddess in 'Honey' and then to an opulent Vegas showgirl in 'Infinity'; and each of these image makeovers has coalesced with pivotal moments in Mariah's life, from her difficult childhood to her abusive marriage to Tommy Mottola to her ultimate escape into adult independence to her childbirth and beyond. With such an emphasis on her image, it's understandable why Mariah and her various labels have displayed a level of perfectionism when it comes to her music video output. From video treatments that got to the final stages of planning before being called off to music videos that were completely filmed and edited before being unceremoniously scrapped, Mariah has had at least thirteen different film clips over the years that have been scrapped. In this list, we'll look at all we know about these videos so far, and just what our chances are of seeing them in the future. 1. Vision of Love Mariah's first music video is ingrained in the minds of many who grew up during her prime - which is why it may be shocking to find out that it wasn't in fact her first. According to Rolling Stone, 'Vision of Love' was first filmed in early 1990 on a budget of $200 000, but after the first take failed to impress record label executives it was scrapped. Columbia Records then spent a further $250 000 on a second music video for the song directed by Bojan Bazelli with a brand new plot and imagery, which was released to huge success and became the classic we all know today. This major amount of overspending on a totally unknown artist didn't go over well internally, however. One Columbia employee called favouritism, stating that, "The special treatment really upset me" - probably not an unjustified claim given the burgeoning relationship between Mariah and Columbia top dog Tommy Mottola. To this day, no information about the original music video has leaked to the public. 2. I Don't Wanna Cry 'I Don't Wanna Cry' was directed by Larry Jordan in 1991 and features Mariah living out her full Tennessee Williams fantasy, exploring a midwestern ranch and running through fields of maize while she broods over her partner. Initially, the video featured several takes in which Mariah's dress creeps dangerously up her thigh, as well as multiple shots of a shirtless male posing seductively in a bed. However, following feedback from the label - who wished to continue to market Mariah as family friendly and innocent - a majority of these scenes were cut, only to be replaced with a sepia-toned setup of Mariah singing in a white dress. Record label interference such as this would later be an instrumental part of Mariah's ultimate divorce from Tommy Mottola and departure from Columbia. The original video went unreleased until eight years later with the release of Mariah's DVD #1's, where it was labelled as the 'Director's Cut'. Mariah herself has expressed her preference for this version, stating in 2015 that the original "really wasn't good" but that "the director's cut is actually a really good video". On the home video release The First Vision, which was released just a day after the single's official release, a shorter alternate video was featured. Despite having a similiar sepia tone to the reshot scenes, this video features all new footage of Mariah singing the song while wearing a black top in a recording studio, and features only a 1:40 portion of the full song. 3. Anytime You Need A Friend Like 'Vision of Love' before it, 'Anytime You Need A Friend' is notable for having two completely different music videos: one which was shot and then scrapped, and another which was reshot and released due to Mariah's teams displeasure with the original. The first music video for 'Anytime You Need A Friend' was directed by Diane Martel, who had previously directed the music video for 'Dreamlover' the year before. Like the released music video, it featured Mariah singing in solo scenes and with a choir; but unlike the finished product, this version features a strong medieval theme, with Mariah wearing a long flowing dress while she sings in front of something she debates is a "castle or a fortress". It is unknown why the original music video was scrapped, but fans have speculated that it may be due to Mariah or Columbia Records displeasure with her image in the clip. On the one hand, Mariah's dress in the original music video is quite revealing, with a low bust and a large slit, something that surely would have piqued Tommy Mottola's interest; but on the other hand, the released version is famous for being the first music video in which Mariah appears with straightened hair, in a subtle step away from her "girl next door" persona (and a behind the scenes look at the original video did feature Mariah joking about her "hideous" curly hair). With this video yet to see the light of day twenty-six years later, we wouldn't be surprised if we never got to see it at all. 4. Underneath the Stars 'Underneath the Stars' was released as the sixth and final single from the Daydream album in 1996, but it's lack of a music video remained a mystery until 2012. In February of that year, Mariah revealed that she had shot an official video for the track in Europe that went unreleased, with no mention of the video's concept or why it had been scrapped. The reasoning behind why Columbia chose not to release the 'Underneath the Stars' music video is unknown, but it's possibly related to a disagreement between the label and Mariah over the single's release at all. This would also explain why the single only received a limited amount of pressings compared to the album's previous five releases. Daydream was Mariah's first album on which she had a modicum of creative control, but the label was still famously reluctant to let her choose her single releases. Controversy over the song would reignite two years later regarding the song's inclusion on Mariah's first greatest hits album - Mariah wanted all of her favourite songs to make an appearance including 'Underneath the Stars', but Columbia only wanted to include the hits, hence their settling on the #1's concept. Mariah would even allude to a disagreement several years later when 'Underneath the Stars' appeared on her second compilation Greatest Hits, with Mariah stating that she "always kind of fought for" the song. 5. Heartbreaker (Feat. Jay-Z) 'Heartbreaker' is one of Mariah's most iconic songs, with many fans remembering it's Brett Ratner-directed music video fondly for it's introduction of her raven-haired alter-ego Bianca. With a complete plot, dance choreography and even fight choreography, the video seems to have everything fans could want from a Mariah clip - everything, that is, except for featured rapper Jay-Z, whose verse on the song is instead accompanied by an animated sequence of Mariah acting out his lyrics. Bizarrely, Jay did actually film a relatively elaborate scene for the music video which featured him bathing in a hot tub inside a luxury mansion while Mariah strutted around behind him. However, it was soon discovered that his part in the video would have to be cut due to a contractual agreement with Epic Records, who stipulated that he would not be allowed to appear in a music video for two weeks after shooting the clip for his track 'Girl's Best Friend'. This led Mariah and and Ratner to scramble to create the animated sequence for the video, which alluded to the drama through Mariah's animated persona holding a sign saying "Jay-Z coming in 2 weeks". This version of the video would later premiere during MTV's Making the Video, and can be found online. 6. Can't Take That Away (Mariah's Theme) 'Can't Take That Away (Mariah's Theme)' was released as the third single from Rainbow in June of 2000, with a video directed by Sanaa Hamri, who had previously worked on music videos for 'Thank God I Found You' and 'CryBaby'. In an early example of the crowdsourced music video, Mariah asked fans to send in clips of themselves discussing their hardships via her website, a handful of which were implemented into the finished product. The first half of the clip began with Carey lounging in front of her television watching her fan's videos, while the second half featured her throwing open the doors in her apartment to sing on her balcony while the rain poured down around her. When the music video was first released, it received immediate criticism from the press. A major complaint was that the captions detailing some of her fans struggles were difficult to read due to their dark colouring against dark backgrounds. Others pointed at the continuity errors in the video's second half, which alternated back and forward between showing Mariah with dry hair and a dry top and showing Mariah with wet hair and a drenched top. As a result of the criticism, Mariah rushed back to New York to reshoot portions of the music video with Hamri. While the majority of the footage in the first half remains the same, changes were made in editing to make the captioned text lighter and easier to read. All of the scenes involving Mariah in the rain were also completely scrapped, to be replaced by scenes in which Mariah dances in front of a closed window while the rain pours down outside. Ironically, this would lead to it's own continuity issues, as while her outfit remains the same the apartment in which Mariah dances in is completely different from the one she watched the TV in. Both versions of the video can be found online. 7. Never Too Far 'Never Too Far' was released as the second single from Mariah's ill-fated Glitter soundtrack, and continued the downward trend of disappointing releases for Mariah after it's parent album suffered from a release date of September 11, 2001. In large part due to the exhausting workload and disappointing response to the Glitter project as a whole, Mariah suffered a "physical and emotional breakdown" in August of 2001, leaving her in a rehabilitation centre for two weeks and unable to film a music video for the track or promote the project in any way. "When I was asked about the video I said, 'I can't do it today'," she would later tell Matt Lauer. "And nobody could accept that answer. And that's when I started to get mad. I was, like, look, I am too fatigued. I'm overly-tired, I can't do it as a human being. And nobody was hearing those last two words — human being. They were used to the Mariah that always says, 'Come on, let's fight, let's go'. They just weren't used to me ever saying no. I never said no before." While no video was filmed for 'Never Too Far' - or for the 'Never Too Far/Hero Medley' which was released as a single the month afterwards - a collection of clips from the film was compiled together to form a makeshift music video for the track. While the original treatment for the 'Never Too Far' music video is unknown, the fact that Mariah said "I can't do it today" possibly suggests that the video had a fully-fledged concept and was ready to be filmed when Mariah pulled the cord. 8. Through The Rain 'Through The Rain' was directed by Dave Meyers and filmed in New York in September and October of 2002. One of Mariah's most personal music videos, the clip is loosely based on Mariah's own parents experiences with racism at the time of her conception. Originally, however, the music video was to have a totally different plot, which according to an interview Mariah gave to MTV was changed just days before the music video was shot. The change to the plot was so last minute that the actress playing Mariah's mother in the video, Jamie-Lynn Sigler, was only asked to appear in the video several days before shooting. "We just got a call a few days ago and they said, 'You know Mariah would like you to play her mom in her video,'" she told MTV. "I was like, 'What? Okay!' Not a phone call you expect to get." It's currently unknown what the original music video was intended to look like, although given how late the change was made it's likely that development for the video was in close to final stages. 9. It's Like That (Feat. Fatman Scoop & Jermaine Dupri) 'It's Like That' was the fourth choice of lead single from 2005's The Emancipation of Mimi. 'Stay the Night' was Mariah's first choice, but that song was shunned in favour of Snoop Dogg and Pharrell collaboration 'Say Somethin'', which in turn was leaked online and briefly replaced by the newly-recorded 'Shake It Off'. Mariah then reverted back to her original decision of Fatman Scoop and Jermaine Dupri collab 'It's Like That', a "special" song that she had a "great feeling" about. By January of 2005 Mariah confirmed to MTV that she hadn't settled on a video treatment for the song yet, but that Paul Hunter - who had previously directed music videos for 'Honey' and 'Honey (Bad Boy Remix)' - was her first choice of director. Ultimately, the music video that was filmed the next month was directed by 'I Still Believe', 'Heartbreaker' and 'Thank God I Found You' director Brett Ratner, who would later go on to direct X-Men: The Last Stand, where he would be accused of sexual harassment. Mariah didn't have to wait long to work with Hunter, however - he would later direct the music videos for 'Don't Forget About Us' and 'Say Somethin'' just months later. 10. Shake It Off After being scrapped as a lead single, 'Shake It Off' was later chosen as the third single from Emancipation, to be followed by 'Say Somethin'' as the fourth. Prior to these releases, 'It's Like That' and 'We Belong Together' had been released as the first two singles from the project, notable for two interconnected music videos directed by Brett Ratner which featured a story involving Mariah's ex-lover played by Wentworth Miller. Both 'Shake It Off' and 'Say Somethin'' were originally meant to be directed by Ratner as well, suggesting that they could have originally been intended as extensions of the 'It's Like That' plot. However, Carey later chose director Jake Nava for 'Shake It Off', coming up with a new plot for 'Shake It Off' disconnected from the Wentworth Miller saga which focused on her calling out a cheating lover. It's unknown how similiar this was to the treatment that Carey had planned to develop with Ratner, who she did not work with again until three years later on 'Touch My Body'. 11. Fly Like A Bird 'Fly Like A Bird' was released as the sixth single from The Emancipation of Mimi in February of 2006, but it was only sent to radio in March of that year, less than twenty days before seventh single 'Say Somethin''. While 'Say Somethin'' was serviced to mainstream pop radio stations, 'Fly Like A Bird' received a more limited release and was only sent to adult contemporary and gospel stations, even with critics like Billboard's Tom Ferguson stating that the song was a "classic" and the superior track. Despite being released as a single before it, the music video for 'Fly Like A Bird' had still not been shot by the time Mariah was in Paris to work on the clip for 'Say Somethin'' in March of 2006, although MTV confirmed that it would be shot later that month in New York. By early April, however, the video had still not been filmed, with Mariah still actively working on a concept which she was "hoping to keep basic with the main guest stars being her pastor and church choir". "We don't have a lot of time to do it," she said at the time. "It's not a big-budget thing. But it doesn't need to be. It just needs to be about the song, capturing the song and the emotion of it." Ultimately, a music video for 'Fly Like A Bird' was never released, and there's no evidence to suggest that any footage for the clip was ever actually filmed. That didn't stop the track from becoming a fan favourite, with Mariah performing it on every concert tour up until 2019's Caution World Tour. 12. Say Somethin' (Feat. Snoop Dogg & Pharrell) 'Say Somethin'' had several false starts as a single before it was ultimately released as the album's seventh in April of 2006. At one point, the track was planned to be released in November of 2004 as the lead single from Emancipation, with planning already having begun on a music video. However, after being postponed to January of 2005, the song leaked around it's original release date of November, and ultimately the entire release was cancelled. Later, 'Say Somethin'' was scheduled to be released as the fourth single from the album. Like 'It's Like That' and 'We Belong Together', it was meant to be shot alongside third single 'Shake It Off' as a double video directed by Brett Ratner. However, Mariah replaced Ratner with Jake Nava for 'Shake It Off' shortly after planning begun, coming up with a concept for the track which involved her leaving Voicemail messages to a cheating lover in front of futuristic, stylised visuals. A treatment for 'Say Somethin'' was also developed, with Mariah saying that the two videos included some "really technical" but "cool concepts". Before shooting began, Mariah also confirmed that like the album's first two singles, these music videos would be linked in some way; and that while she was hoping for a "cohesive narrative storyline", she predicted that the videos might end up "having a 'slight' link that only comes across on a subliminal level". Ultimately, however, the release of 'Say Somethin'' as the fourth single was scrapped. When it was later released as the album's seventh single a year later, the music video was directed by Paul Hunter, and predominantly featured Mariah seducing duet partner Pharrell in different locations throughout Paris, before he ultimately takes her back to his room. While it's possible that this was one of the "double video" treatments Mariah developed alongside 'Shake It Off', the lack of any real "subliminal" connection between these two videos suggests that this was a new concept entirely. It's currently unknown what any of the other three 'Say Somethin'' music videos could have looked like. 13. #Beautiful (Remix) (Feat. Miguel & Young Jeezy) Mariah Carey wearing a cast after her rib and shoulder injury at the premiere of The Butler While it's not uncommon for many of the videos on this list to feature two versions, '#Beautiful' is one of the rare exceptions which has three. The original and most well-known music video for the track was directed by Joseph Kahn on April 21st and 22nd, 2013, and debuted the next month on the Carey-judged American Idol. In June, a totally different music video was filmed for the Spanglish version of the song, which features Mariah and Miguel rollicking around Capri, Italy. The third and most "elusive" of the '#Beautiful' videos was intended to be for the "urban" remix of the track featuring Young Jeezy. Again shot a month later by Carey's husband Nick Cannon, the music video was filmed at Avenue and Artichoke Pizza in Chelsea, New York. Midway through the shoot, Carey suffered an injury which put production of the clip temporarily on hold. "She was in this nice, beautiful gown, heels on and everything, and was kind of on this platform and reached and slipped and fell on her whole side," said Cannon later. "It was pretty serious. Not only did she dislocate her shoulder, she actually cracked a rib, and chipped her shoulder bone". Despite the injury, Mariah continued to shoot the music video.; and even after eventually going to hospital to have her shoulder realigned, she returned to the set early the next morning to complete filming. Later, on the 23rd of July 2013, Mariah confirmed that editing on the music video had been completed. Despite all the hard work and suffering that went into completing the music video, however, no clip was ever released for the '#Beautiful' remix. Mariah confirmed on the 23rd of July that editing on the video had been completed, so it's likely that a final cut does exist; but there has been no word on the video ever being released, or on why it was scrapped in the first place. Which scrapped music video would you most like to see from Mariah? Let us know in the comments section down below!
  3. 3 points
    Underground Sunshine : Free (Version 1 *) (Version 2 *) Free (Bimbo Jones Radio Edit) * Hummingbird * Now I'm That Bitch (feat. Pitbull) * Now I'm That Bitch (Solo) * Now I'm That Bitch (Part II) * Now Im That Bitch (Jason Nevins Rhythmic Radio Mix) * She Loves Love * This Is A Raid * Underground Sunshine * Demos for other artists : Do Something (Demo for Luminites) * Happy Days (Demo for Brooke Candy) * Highway (That Way) (Demo for Shakira) * Kiss On (Demo for Kelly Clarkson) * Rain On Me (Demo for Cheryl Cole) * Red Hot Kinda Love (Demo for Christina Aguilera) * Save The Day (Demo for Selena Gomez) * Trouble For Me (Demo for Britney Spears) * The War Is Over (Demo for Kelly Clarkson) * Two Pieces (Demo for Demi Lovato) * Walking On Snow (Demo for Jordin Sparks) * Warning Shot (Demo for Machine Gun Kelly) * Unreleased : After Tomorrow * Back to Back * Ballerina * Bliss * Body High * Cabaret * Camouflage * Cat Got Your Tongue * Cold * Dollar * Domino * Eat You Up * Feelin' Me * Gasoline * Go Low * Hangover (feat. Sean Erick) * Hey * How Deep Is Your Love * How U Do It to Me * I Own You * I Understand * I'm Falling * I'm Not Coming Down (Gravity) * I'm Not Coming Down (Gravity)(Demo) * I'm Your Puppet * Ice Cream * Insatiable * Killer * Knock Yourself Out * Know My Name * Let Go * Like I Do * Livvin' My Life * Lovey Dovey * Luv U Till The Weekend * Missing You * Mr. Johnny * No * Nobody Loves Me * Not an Innocent Girl * Nowhere * Oblivious * One Of Those Nights * Overdose * Parachute * Prison Break (feat. Heather Bright) * Sahara * Secrets * Shiver * Stay * Street Light * Sub Zero * Summer Love * Sweet satisfaction * That's Not Love * Timebomb * Trick Or Treat * U Turn * Untouchable * Woyoyo * Snippets : 2x2 * Compass * Go Up From Here * Hotshot * No Barricades * Nothing * Real Deal Lovin' * This Is For Love * Overdose (Demo for Ciara) * Something Right * The Way U Make Me Feel * Want It Now * You Got It * Rare music video : Eat You Up [Acoustic] * Feelin' Me [Acoustic] * Fake songs : All Around The World * (Real singer Francesca Richard) Be Mine * (Real singer Nikki Flores) Like Me * Prisoner * (Real singer Che'Nelle) Scream * Other apparences : Automatik * I Could Do This Every Night (Youtube) * Live at Vitello's (Video) * Warning Shot (feat. Machine Gun Kelly) * Next Generation * Overboard (feat. Marie Digby) * In The Dark (feat. Wilkinson) * Through The Blinds (feat. Simon Pipe) *
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  5. 3 points
    Charli XCX - Sucker Punch (2015). Prototype for unreleased pop/punk album, replaced by Sucker. My track listing, just in case: 1 2 Bamboo In the Darkness Rollercoaster Not In Love (feat. Noonie Bao) Let's Make Love Can You Please Shut Up NYC (The Way Out) I Wanna Be Like You Mow That Lawn Allergic to Love Like This Simply Irresistible Generation Braindead
  6. 3 points
    UPDATED JUNE 15TH 2020 Here is a quick thread about all the info we know about Bella Thorne's scrapped album with Hollywood Records, which was confirmed to be called Call it Whatever. (source) Released Songs: Bad Case Of You (Have You Met My Ghoulfriend? Soundtrack) Boyfriend Material (Jersey Ep) Call it Whatever (Single) Jersey (Jersey Ep) Paperweight (Jersey Ep) One More Night (Jersey Ep) Leaked Boyfriend Material (Charli XCX Demo) Break Into My Heart (Snippet from Periscope stream) Get it Together (Snippet) *most likely a Shake it Up outtake* X Ray Spex (Charli XCX Demo) Unleaked: Daydream Soopa Gloo Confirmed Final Standard Tracklist 1. Call It Whatever 2. Paperweight 3. One More Night 4. Drop the Beat (3:31) 5. Boomerang (2:56) 6. Down Like That (feat. Jacob Lattimore) [3:00] 7. Boyfriend Matieral 8. Bad Case of U 9. Break Into My Heart (3:23] 10. Daydream (3:02) 11. Jersey (source) Unconfirmed Rough Tracklist: (source) Extra Info Deluxe/Target tracks were confirmed to be included by Bella via twitter although the number of extra songs was not finalized or announced (source) A ballad was confirmed to be on the ballad. This could possibly be Paperweight. (Source) The album's photoshoot was on March 30th, 2014 (Source) Album was finished on March 25th, 2014 (Source) It can be speculated at least 2 songs with Bobby Brackins were recorded since they were at the studio multiple times (Source 1 & 2) Thanks sm to @RadiantEdits for giving me new info about the tracklist to update this thread Released + Leaked Files Feel free to comment more info below
  7. 3 points
    Greyson Chance - Portraits
  8. 3 points
    here is all the writer's demos and leaked snippets we have https://mega.nz/folder/zFh1iaKR#awJFvm84vjdzN6q0uaiZHg
  9. 2 points
    TYSM!!! Some users even thought she was made up.
  10. 2 points
    Katy Perry - Smile (2020). The actual cover is a mess, so...
  11. 2 points
    I suspect this is just an outtake from the Treat Myself sessions BUT i am hoping it's from a new project...even just a deluxe version of Treat Myself/a new EP would be great
  12. 2 points
    Haha, Yes! My 15 year old self posting SPAM Lolene threads on SIN was hilarious. I can’t tell you how many good laughs I had trolling, haha. once I’m back home in LA tomorrow I will upload everything I have, and get it up this week.
  13. 2 points
    Just remembered I had this...pretty rare. Kara's "Mad DoLL" album, released in 1999. Files aren't the greatest quality but better than nothing! https://mega.nz/folder/cAIzDQKZ#OBqgriUZhwpxGW_PaVyCGg
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  15. 2 points
    Sky Ferreira - Cry Baby (2011; scrapped). Versions 6 and 7 - or at least, that's what my files say. I don't even know how many covers I've done for this album and it wasn't even released
  16. 2 points
    Agnes - Nothing Can Compare, if it was released as an album instead of an EP (2019).
  17. 2 points
    All her unreleased songs Alright https://wi.to/0056f0ace2472a2d Dont Stop The Beat https://wi.to/e2b144ebc4c76918 Look But Dont Touch (feat. Jessica Sutta & Eve) https://wi.to/0effc3a33845be2a Love To The World https://wi.to/420c0c54faf3ddd3 Ohh Na Na https://wi.to/0ef9feca50fb7d90 Overdose https://wi.to/474be72de9d596c2 Summers Almost Over https://wi.to/efa5f46269886424 Talk With Your Body (feat. Jason Derulo) https://wi.to/5613395c3a52c5bc We Dont Party (Non Stop) (feat. Major Lazer) https://wi.to/c5beb4d3131427c4 What Girls Want https://wi.to/3d50a0d364e7774e Yodelin https://wi.to/b2a37419f182f603
  18. 2 points
    Don't Stop The Beat https://soundcloud.com/evasimons/dont-stop-the-beat-demo/s-VYVRM5ekcon
  19. 2 points
    She better share a few songs regardless if she wins top 3. How long does this competition take until the end of the year? You can vote once a month.
  20. 2 points
    Just two covers I made recently! The Dignity one I can no longer edit sadly
  21. 2 points
    Greyson Chance - Honeysuckle
  22. 2 points
    Fun fact: Boyfriend Material transitions PERFECTLY into Bubblegum Boy.
  23. 2 points
    I hope this leaks one day 😭
  24. 2 points
    I'd love more bella music. I really like her stuff
  25. 2 points
    Paperweight is such a guilty pleasure bop
  26. 2 points
    Nobody was banned from the server, Liberation had kicked inactive people who didn't speak or had spoke once in a blue moon many many months ago, most of them requesting something or looking for unreleased. With over 1,000 members and not even a quarter of them being active/partaking in server discussion etc, the server was needing a long overdue server clean up as we believe quality over quantity and want it to be the pop music server it was created for, and not just another place to beg for leaks and trade unreleased. With that said, the server invites were closed and will stay closed until the server has finished it's clean up and put some rules in place to keep and make it tidy and active for the right reasons. If you were active in the server and did speak and had been kicked, message me your @ and we can check and reinvite you to the server, as Liberation said he had problems with the search function. When they reopen, it'll be posted here. So keep an eye on here and feel free to be active on the forum too!
  27. 2 points
    NP! im gonna update the thread later today with FLAC for the released songs (including BCOY) and the audio for the leaked xcx demos and the periscope snippet TBH the only way we will probably hear a leak from it is if bella's version of X ray spex was charli's google drive
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    I wanted this album SO badly, I loved her EP. Call It Whatever was confirmed as the title, and according to Hollywood Records the album went in the following order (source) Tracklist 1. Call It Whatever 2. Paperweight 3. One More Night 4. Drop the Beat (3:31) 5. Boomerang (2:56) 6. Down Like That (feat. Jacob Lattimore) [3:00] 7. Boyfriend Matieral 8. Bad Case of U 9. Break Into My Heart (3:23] 10. Daydream (3:02) 11. Jersey Deluxe Tracks 12. X-Ray Spex (2:55) 13. Soopa Gloo (3:10) She recorded 13 songs in total & confirmed 2 would be deluxe tracks, so it's basically confirmed the two other registered songs (X-Ray/Soopa) would be the bonus tracks.
  29. 1 point
    New songs leaked Hey https://wi.to/88802c983ab06b33 Like I Do https://wi.to/9f201863a05e8889 Cabaret https://wi.to/fa65bb64faec48bc Mr. Johnny https://wi.to/6eb2d860db041f14
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    It's out: https://dbree.org/v/7587fc
  31. 1 point
    CONFIRMED WE’RE GETTING A TREAT MYSELF DELUXE
  32. 1 point
    Haha yeah I knew she was a judge but I honestly thought that they stopped it for a moment because of corona going on and everything tbh haha. It’s just a lot of people have told me they felt like after she released Treat Myself and NTMY mv that she’s been kinda inactive, everything's so weird rn though because if corona never happened, then she would’ve already been on tour, it’s all been complicated but anywho, that’s why I included that in my post 💜 I try to keep up with what she’s doing. Just like she has wrote a song for the TV show Central Park called “I’m in a perfect relationship”. It’s already available for streaming but meghans not singing on it, it’s the people from the show.
  33. 1 point
    It's in the heart wants what it wants folder here
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    A summary of all unreleased tracks recorded by Rita Ora. *red denotes snippet. *orange denotes live. *purple denotes writer's demo. Pre-debut era and ORA RO2 Tracks recorded between 2013-15. She was supposed to release two albums. One preeceded by "I'll Never Let You Down" as lead-single with dance tracks, and one with "Poison" more hip/hop oriented. Singles from 2nd scrapped album: "Poison" (1st single) "Body On Me" (2nd single) "Religion" (3th single) "Testosterone" (4th single). Unreleaseds: 1. Before You Came - verse snippet 2. Us - live full 3. Could Be 4. Sex on My Mind (feat. ASAP Rocky) 5. Champagne Lights 6. Religion (feat. Wiz Khalifa) 7. Get A Little Closer - released remix / live original version 8. Backup Plan - snippet 9. Kingdom Come - live full / Charli's demo 10. Is It Love - snippet 11. Testosterone - Rita's long snippet / Sia's demo 12. Girl Like Me (feat. Will.i.am) - snippet 13. Last Love - live snippet 14. Out Of Love - live snippet 15. Elevator - snippet 16. Marilyn Monroe - snippet 17. Still Here - snippet 18. Untitled - snippet 19. Touch the Sky - snippet 20. Single Most Amazing - snippet 21. Unfair - full live 22. A Little More - snippet 23. Single Most Amazing (Prince Remix) - snippet Phoenix 1. All That I Want 2. Goldfinger - snippet 3. Wolves 4. Wake Up With You (feat. Marshmello) 5. Paper Heart 6. Explode 7. Hard to Get - snippet 8. Why 9. Ribbons 10. Losing My Cool 11. Lonely Together (Solo Demo) - snippet 12. Girls (Solo Version) 13. Girls (Scrapped Version) 14. I'm Not Afraid 15. Untitled - snippet Next Album 1. Dance With Me 2. 100 People 3. How to Be Lonely (Demo) 4. I'm Good 5. Glass Scrapped collabs & others: 1. No Money No Love (w/ David Guetta) 2. Let You Love Me (w/ R Kelly & DJ Snake) - snippet 3. Mad Love (w/ David Guetta & Sean Paul) 4. Callin' On Me (w/ Sean Paul) 5. Feel (w/ Post Malone) 6. Chasing a Feeling (w/ Ritual) 7. Jericho (w/ Major Lazer) - snippet 8. I'ma Ride (w/ Meek Mill) - snippet 9. Ain't About 2 (Prince Demo) - snippet
  35. 1 point
    I hope you find them. I've seen every episode ever. Great show
  36. 1 point
    And aneesa is tha shit
  37. 1 point
    This is the most promo Eva's done in her whole career! There's a couple of cute tracks on there, but nothing as good as her later stuff and it's very dated now imo. Still cute to hear and it's nice she finally did it for her fans!
  38. 1 point
    This is awesome! So striking!
  39. 1 point
    EVA is coming! Ya’ll been sleeping on her for too long. Girl has mad talent and gotten screwed over so hard in the past. Pay attention cause she’s about to blow up!
  40. 1 point
    omg thank u, i'll put on the op.
  41. 1 point
    she got in trouble for leaking part of break into my heart supposedly
  42. 1 point
    I found call it whatever music video with 241mb on vimeo
  43. 1 point
    You did good. Thank you for sharing these.
  44. 1 point
    @Iheart98 & @ifuseekme here you go. Enjoy. Bella Thorne - Bad Case Of You (OST Mostly Ghostly Have You Met My Ghoulfriend).m4a 22.9 MB https://www48.zippyshare.com/v/vTaNl0rD/file.htm
  45. 1 point
    it's better than my copy, plz send
  46. 1 point
    This is my version of her album lol https://mega.nz/#F!jXR2XSRR!r5I4Yjprq4Xrv-v2XxXIlg
  47. 1 point
    These are the songs I need from the list above. 4. Drop the Beat (3:31) 5. Boomerang (2:56) 6. Down Like That (feat. Jacob Lattimore) [3:00] 10. Daydream (3:02) Bonus Tracks: 12. X-Ray Spex (2:55) 13. Soopa Gloo (3:10)
  48. 1 point
    This was posted on here. Hope it helps. https://mega.nz/folder/JJE2xSTK#R8mHNlQtEJUz-NRwtVoi0g
  49. 1 point
    Watch the video version of this article here: If you're not a fan of Britney Spears (otherwise inexplicably known as a member of the 'Britney Army') or a hissing Illuminati overlord, you may never have heard of 'Rebellion'. The little-known track was never released as a single, never performed live, and never received any critical response from anyone outside of the Britney fanbase. It's not much to listen to, right? And yet, since it was hinted at by Britney way back in 2006, it's been beyond doubt the most anticipated song for release in her back catalogue since that rumoured duet with Michael Jackson and Justin Timberlake. Backed by questionable conspiracy theories regarding the Illuminati as well as certifiably true occurrences that happened during Spears' very public meltdown in early 2007, the song took on a life of it's own, standing in for a Britney on autopilot as a testament to her creativity and artistic integrity. But what lead to the song's initial creation and immense rise to popularity? Read on to find out more! 'Rebellion' was first teased way back in 2006 when Brit posted a short, fifty second snippet of the track on the main page of her website, accompanied by a very 2000's animation of the Princess of Pop transforming into a Bengal Tiger and a cacophony of roars. The snippet came just months after the announcement of Spears new album, intended at that time to be called The Original Doll (the title was a stab at labelmates The Pussycat Dolls), and the debut of what Britney was touting as the lead single without her label's permission, 'Mona Lisa'. Even though fans only heard a minute sample of what the track fully had to offer, it was clear that the song marked a new change of direction for Spears: 2003's masterpiece In The Zone may have introduced a mature, more emotionally in touch Britney, but 'Rebellion' explored the dark side of fame in a way that 'Lucky' had never done. Interestingly, the snippet wasn't the first time fans had heard lyrics to the same effect. Just months before, in May 2006, Britney had posted a poem on her website in a section called ‘Love B: Stream of Consciousness’. A personal diary, 'Love B' was a place for Brit's somewhat sentimental innermost thoughts to be shared with her fans: a typical entry in 2005 stated "Now that the chaos has subsided, I finally feel as though I have the control I've wanted over my own destiny". Titled ‘Remembrance of Who I Am’, the poem appeared beside Spears' diary entries only briefly before being pulled down only shortly after publication. The poem was accompanied by another message: "This is for everyone who thinks they know me..." Some of these lyrics did end up being used word for word in another unreleased Britney song. 'All That She Wants' was recorded in 2006 and leaked in 2008, and samples the Ace of Base song of the same name. But the lyrics regarding "voodoo" and being "fed" either poison or guilt have only been heard in 'Rebellion'. Here's where some snooping comes in. Using Wayback Machine, a website that allows you to view the contents of a website on a specific date, we can see that a full set of lyrics was actually uploaded to AZLyrics on the 24th of June, 2006, alongside an audio track that's no longer available. Looking at these lyrics, we can deduce that the snippet Britney posted was in fact of the second verse of the song, and that the first verse has remained unheard - almost. A low quality snippet of the song's opening can be heard in the following video of Spears cruising around Los Angeles in her car back in 2007, accompanied by boyfriend Isaac Cohen and listening to demos for her upcoming album Blackout. Songs on the tape also include 'State Of Grace', 'To Love Let Go' and 'Baby Boy', all of which leaked after the demo CD was found on eBay a few years ago; but 'Rebellion' has remained conspicuously unheard. Skip to 0:53 for the opening few moments of the track. Working on 'Rebellion' with Britney was three male collaborators: Christopher "Notes" Olsen (who had worked on Spears' husband's Kevin Federline's album Playing With Fire just months before), Scott Storch (who had remixed 'Me Against the Music' a few years prior) and Jeff Dandurand (a relative unknown). When interviewed about the track in 2013, Dandurand claimed that the song was "about the evil forces that pull the strings" and "very obscure in its presentation", going on to say that he and Spears had written lyrics to the track before Notes added melody and Storch polished the overall product. "People connect it with Iluminattis and this could be true," he added. Dandurand's opinion, however nonsensical, is one shared by a multitude of Spears fans. Perceiving 'Rebellion' as a cry for help, fans say that the track was Britney's attempt to expose the Illuminati cult that controlled Hollywood, and that it's failure to be heard represents a stifling of this effort by higher forces. Dandurand claims that he has attempted to purchase and release the track officially, even going so far as to state that he uploaded the entire song to YouTube at one point without fans noticing before being forced to take it down. Furthering this notion according to fans are Spears' increasingly robotic appearances following 2007, as well as the fact that Notes fell to his death in a casino in 2010 and that Storch embarked on a multi-million dollar cocaine binge that almost killed him in 2009. But despite fan thirst, we can't honestly say that we're sure that people would want to hear the full song at this point. Since 2007, a wealth of Blackout demos have leaked sporadically, such as the saccharine bounce 'Sugarfall' or the haunting ballad 'Untitled Lullabye'. Upon it's release, the album went down in history as the best in her catalogue, pushing boundaries sonically and sexually; but the songs on the demo CD that Britney jammed to in her car were all notably absent, as were any others that had been written by the singer herself. Instead, we got an album full of tracks such as 'Gimme More': a groundbreaking jam of a song which nevertheless disappoints when we consider how emotionally open Spears had been in earlier tracks. Amid rumours that Spears' team "destroyed" any copy of the track (one seemingly started by a disgruntled former RCA Records employee) and what fans see as a continued downward spiral in Spears personal life and music, 'Rebellion' could reveal something crucial about the most difficult period in Spears' life; or, even better, inspire her to try her hand at songwriting in the future. On the other hand, it's unlikely that any song released after almost a decade of hype will achieve everything that the fans expect of it. Judging by Spears' shaky vocals in the snippet and the outdated, clumsy R&B production, the song was in incredibly early demo stages when recorded: and even if Dandurand says that the track was remixed by Notes in 2009 and considered for release once more in that year, it's unlikely that any song Spears wrote in the lead up to her breakdown could be updated to align with her current situation. Perhaps it's better off that the full version of 'Rebellion' remains unreleased, and that fans are left only with a small, shaky snippet full of promise and intrigue: a clip unaffected by record labels or the general public which will remain forever as a lasting testament to Spears talent and identity even as the rest of the world turned on her.
  50. 1 point
    Idk why you'd wanna buy her unleaked stuff when most of her released stuff lately has been really boring, but best of luck I guess!

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