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  1. 2 points
    Leak Impossible Princess and KM'94 outtakes by Kylie Minogue fattys
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    Call Me J. I think i was a member here years ago, but originally started on Spill it now in 2010 back in high school. Just here for a little bit browsing. Miss having these fun music discussions and trading like our lives depended on it. ha! Happy friday!
  3. 1 point
    I really enjoyed Caution. best comeback album to end the year! I also really liked Joyride by Tinashe & Amala by Doja Cat.
  4. 1 point
    So this is not a different version of the tyDi song with the same name, in other words, this is not a demo for the "Stardust" by tyDi featuring Kerli. This ballad is a completely different track, which is also titled "Stardust" but was produced by SeventyEight, not by tyDi. The song was conceived during the Utopia sessions but was left out of the track listing, even when Utopia was planned as a full-length album. By the way, it leaked in the second quarter of 2018 through vk, but I don't know if it's still available. However I posted it in my Major Kerli masterpost a little ago, in iTunes Plus format, for you all to download it if you wish (right here, guys!). In any case, this is not a new leak, just fyi. I really like this track tho, I think it would have been amazing that Kerli included it in Utopia.
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    It's true she was always active and she kept the forum fun, but she was also a compulsive liar who made up basically 90% of what she talked about... Personally I think we should get rid of the Latest Leaks thread and just go back to posting everything in Singles. At least that way people would talk more about the songs rather than just hitting like and moving on to the next one.
  6. 1 point
    You're the One, Living For Your Loving and the other version of Love Is on the Line in HQ would be a great start (KM94 is such an underrated album! )
  7. 1 point
    You know what this forum needs? Some Heidi Montag leaks!
  8. 1 point
    we need IP outtakes more, we only have 1 outtake of it and yes we need KM 94, IP, Light Years, Fever, Body Language, X (the other rumored titles), Aphrodite and KMO outtakes
  9. 1 point
    If she ever releases another All-English Album, I hope it will be with better production and no autotune. BoA was good but way to dance floor-friendly and artificial sound. Ready for another Eat You Up with the level of her recent MVs
  10. 1 point
    Sky Ferreira too but just her new proj not Masochism I won't stan her anymore
  11. 1 point
    With more music at our fingertips than ever before, one of the biggest challenges an artist can have is to truly build intrigue around their new project. It's a challenge that's made even more difficult the longer this hype has to be sustained for - which, depending on record label scheming or personal dramas, can range anywhere from weeks to years. And the consequences that can occur for an album when that hype isn't sustained can be severe. Take Rita Ora's second album Phoenix, which landed at #2 on our Best Albums of 2018 list, but stalled at a measly #11 on the UK charts and only #79 on the US equivalent. Ora had a UK hit with the Ed Sheeran-penned 'Your Song', which hit #7 on the UK charts back when it was released in May 2017; but it took another five months for second single 'Anywhere' to be released. By the time 'Girls' came around seven months after that, fans had all but forgotten about Rita's second album, and the lukewarm reception towards that song didn't help them remember. When the album was finally released six months later, interest was at an all-time low, and even the world's greatest album would have been a flop. In this list, we'll be looking at five different albums that have managed to sustain interest, in many cases over several years. At this point, all but one of these albums has been confirmed for release in 2019: although we all know how transient Twitter confirmations can be. After all, two of the albums we were looking forward to in 2018 have still yet to be released. 5. Charli XCX - TBA The journey to Charli XCX's third album has been a long one. Immediately after her second album Sucker was released, Charli revealed she had a punk album ready to go, but this has remained unreleased. In 2017, she further revealed that she'd recorded a whole album over a 24 hour period with A.G. Cook, but this has also failed to manifest. 'After the Afterparty' and 'Boys' were both billed as singles for an upcoming album, but this seems to have been bypassed in order for Charli to focus on her mixtapes, Number #1 Angel and #Pop2. '5 in the Morning', 'Focus', 'No Angel' and 'Girls Night Out' were all released last year as stand-alone singles, but Charli confirmed that they weren't intended for any particular album. And then towards the end of 2018 Charli released Troye Sivan collab '1999', which seemed like yet another start to the era. Charli even stated that if the song hit top ten in the UK that she would confirm an album release for 2019, but she ended up with egg on her face when the song only peaked at #13. Regardless of whether we do get a full length album from Charli or not in 2019, we're sure that we'll hear from her either through official releases or leaks, and as pop's most interesting star we're sure she'll have something interesting to say. 4. Sky Ferreira - Masochism Sky Ferreira first confirmed the title of her second album in a Tweet back in 2015, and ever since then it's been a constant on lists of the most anticipated albums of the year. Sadly, it seems as though we're no closer to hearing the album now than we were four years ago. Sky takes to social media once every six months ago to give her fans a half-hearted mysterious update on the album - the latest Instagram post, released in June of last year, said that the album was "FINALLY happening" - but other than that, we've had no concrete confirmation of a release date or tracklisting. In truth, all that fans have been able to glean about the album is from assorted social media posts that they've jigsawed together into a rough estimate of what it will sound like. Ferreira has described the album as "A little heavier", saying "It's not going to be an electronic album completely - it's going to be a blend of everything." She's also confirmed at least ten songs for the album, including 'Guardian' which she debuted live and a cover of Morissey's 'Last of the Famous International Playboys'. But if Ferreira's track record is anything to go by, we wouldn't be at all surprised if all of these posts were just more red herrings. Her first album, Night Time, My Time, was fronted by at least five debut singles ranging from pop to electro to rock, and ultimately only one of them ended up on the finished product. Maybe all we can do as fans is sit back, trust the process, and wait for Sky to work her magic. 3. Lana Del Rey - Norman Fucking Rockwell Even though we already have three official singles from Lana Del Rey's sixth studio album - 'Mariner's Apartment Complex', 'Venice Bitch' and the aptly titled 'hope is a dangerous thing for a woman like me to have - but i have it' - that doesn't change the fact that the era is still shrouded in mystery. Lana first announced the title of her upcoming album during an interview with Zane Lowe, where she also confirmed that it would feature 11 tracks and a surf-rock sound. With that said, Lana is known to change her mind about album directions at the drop of a hat, and given that she's been teasing newly written songs on Instagram frequently we wouldn't be surprised if the album had completely morphed at this point. Either way, we may not have long to find out - Lana recently liked a tweet saying that the album would be out March 29th, and we'll almost definitely hear at least one more single before that. 2. Lady Gaga - TBA It seems like Lady Gaga has been in the studio every week since she released Joanne, but that doesn't necessarily mean we're any closer to getting her next album. After recording the A Star Is Born soundtrack, Gaga has possibly chosen to focus on recording her second collaborative album with Tony Bennett next, which may mean we'll have an even longer wait for her upcoming album. With that said, there has been some very slow progression towards hopefully getting a body of work together. Over the past two years, Gaga has been in the studio with electronic producers such as Boys Noize, Sophie and Umru, none of whom collaborated on ASIB and who definitely wouldn't be working on a Tony Bennett album. Given how frequently Gaga scraps songs, we wouldn't be surprised if none of these made the final album, but we can at least maintain the hope for a return to dance-pop music from the queen herself. 1. Rihanna - TBA Over the past few years, it seems as though Rihanna has been doing anything but make music. Between appearing in Ocean's 8, releasing a popular makeup line and launching a well received collaboration with Puma, Rih's had little time to head into the studio and give her fans what they really want. But that all seems set to change this year, with Rih confirming that 2019 is the year when she makes her official return to the music scene. In July of last year, we heard from multiple sources that Rih was focused on making a dancehall-inspired album as homage to her home country Barbados, along with a seperate pop album; but since then we've also heard from DJ Alesso that she's planning on taking over the dance charts with some well-timed collaborations. We wouldn't be at all surprised if all this things are true: a pop-dance record with dancehall influences sounds just like Rihanna's style, and if she plays her cards right it could be the album of the year.
  12. 1 point
    BoA is releasing a new album this year???
  13. 1 point
    YASSS YOU REALLY DID THAT! I was looking forward to this thread, I'm so glad you came through! Out of the albums that I actually think will come out (sorry Charli, Sky and Gaga ) I'm most excited to hear Lana and Madonna. I hope both these old bitches really bring it and try something new with their new albums!
  14. 1 point
    The Queen was an abomination. I agree about Mariah and partially about Rita. Where's Palo Santo by Years & Years tho?
  15. 1 point
    We stan the Burlesque Queens! Rina was one of the best surprises of the year for me! I do find most musicians in that queer pop space to be a little pretentious and irritating, but you can't deny that the girl knows how to write a hook. It was only offered to members who stan the Queen of Skinnies XTina, not fat fucks like you! Yasss, and the only artist to make it on the list twice! She really is the future of pop!
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    We definitely need more Hannah Montana content. But thanks. It's cool.
  18. 1 point
    Charli, Tinashe, and Kim’s leaks MADE. MY. YEAR. So many bops that deserved to be heard!
  19. 1 point
    Nicole Scherzinger "Metamorphosis" and Jessica Sutta's SuttaPOP Also Religion by Rita Ora. what a bop
  20. 1 point
    no don’t take it down. this is still hilarious
  21. 1 point
    This whole thread I— “don’t make an 18 year old cry” is the most iconic thing ever
  22. 1 point
    LOLOLOL this is getting even better. Anyone wanna eat some popcorn with me?
  23. 1 point
    1. Years & Years - Palo Santo 2. Troye Sivan - Bloom 3. Rita Ora - Phoenix 4. Mariah Carey - Caution 5. Michael Buble - love 6. David Archuleta - Winter In The Air 7. Calum Scott - Only Human 8. Bebe Rexha - Expectations 9. Camila Cabello - Camila 10. A Star Is Born (Soundtrack) 11. Cher - Dancing Queen 12. Mamma Mia Here We Go Again Soundtrack 13. Charlie Puth - Voicenotes 14. K.I.D - Tired All The Time These are only international albums. There were a few Polish artists I enjoyed this year and a whole lotta singles and EPs!
  24. 1 point
    Love PHF. Never Been to The other place. Do not even know what ATRL Stands for. So there you have it. Your "King" Has Spoken...Stay away from ATRL. If your "King" does not need to go there....Neither do you.
  25. 1 point
    Not @POPBOIY making ha comeback with another controversial thread! Obviously PHF is better, because there's only five people on this website and they're all my friends so I don't have to deal with annoying Beyonce or Taylor stans. I really love y'all like a family and I'm so glad we all get along so well!

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