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What pop star is the biggest trend follower?

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In your opinion, what popstar is the biggest trend follower? Katy Perry, Rihanna, Sia, Britney, etc. 

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Rihhh! But she gets it right every time :giveup:

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Closed minds should come with closed mouths.

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Probably Britney.

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Lady GaGa :hor: 

 

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Madonna, without a doubt. 

She's had moments where she hasn't, but the times she has, has far outweighed the times she hasn't.

 

She was perhaps the biggest follower of this from 2008 to present day.

Justin Timberlake and Timbaland collab in 2008, RIGHT after both had been hugely successful in 2006/2007

2009 collab with Lil Wayne, the year right after Lollipop was huge

2012 collab with Nicki Minaj, right after Superbass 

All of MDNA was a trend hopper on the EDM trend 

etc. 

 

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29 minutes ago, He8MyHeart said:

Probably Britney.

How? :awkney:

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1 minute ago, CrazyMonster said:

How? :awkney:

No idea tbh :emma: :ladyhaha:


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Rihanna....she is the only one who can ride its D and have massive success from it. She's a queen after all. 

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1 hour ago, DiscoHeaven23 said:

Madonna, without a doubt. 

She's had moments where she hasn't, but the times she has, has far outweighed the times she hasn't.

 

She was perhaps the biggest follower of this from 2008 to present day.

Justin Timberlake and Timbaland collab in 2008, RIGHT after both had been hugely successful in 2006/2007

2009 collab with Lil Wayne, the year right after Lollipop was huge

2012 collab with Nicki Minaj, right after Superbass 

All of MDNA was a trend hopper on the EDM trend 

etc. 

 

Carpool Karaoke RIGHT after Gaga :diane:

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Sonically, Sia 

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3 hours ago, DiscoHeaven23 said:

Madonna, without a doubt. 

She's had moments where she hasn't, but the times she has, has far outweighed the times she hasn't.

 

She was perhaps the biggest follower of this from 2008 to present day.

Justin Timberlake and Timbaland collab in 2008, RIGHT after both had been hugely successful in 2006/2007

2009 collab with Lil Wayne, the year right after Lollipop was huge

2012 collab with Nicki Minaj, right after Superbass 

All of MDNA was a trend hopper on the EDM trend 

etc. 

 

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4 hours ago, vrajesh said:

Rihhh! But she gets it right every time :giveup:

Is it really Rihanna though? She seems like more of a trend setter. I remember the umbrella days when that hair cut was everything, and became the most popular cut of the year.

Tegan and Sara revealed that their 2013 single "I Was A Fool" was largely inspired by "Umbrella."
Demi Lovato said that while recording Unbroken, her third studio album, she drew inspiration from Rihanna.
Tinashe did a remix of one of Rihanna's songs.

And plenty of other artists seem to be influenced by Rihanna too.
Rita Ora was constantly criticised for being like a Rihanna clone style wise, Keke Palmer has been told her looks are like Rihanna's, I also think Rihanna has played some role in pushing rnb into a darker, edgier place.

Rita Ora, Tinashe, Little Mix, Fifth Harmony, Ellie Goulding, Selena Gomez, Willow Smith & Demi Lovato have cited her as inspiration.

Even Beyonce, who is no doubt incredible and inspired Rihanna early on, started acting a little 'harder' and dressing a little edgier - she also started singing songs like Hold Up that have a reggae edge Rihanna has been capitalising on (apparently the song was even originally written for Rih, but never sent to her). Rihanna has constantly infused reggae and dancehall into modern day music, as a result of her Barbados roots, and other artists have followed in that trend.

The girl's last #1 single 'Work' featured her speaking Jamaican patois and Creole on a classic, but modernised dancehall beat. That's distinctly Rihanna and that's distinctly caribbean - where was the trend hopping there? :confused: 

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Fergie's new single seems like she's following the current trend. M.I.L.F. $ too :emma: still excited for Double Dutchess though :gaycat:


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3 hours ago, Ray of Light said:

Sonically, Sia 

Because This Is Acting are mostly songs she wrote for other artists like Bey, J-Lo etc

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