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Should be at number 1, but we still stan :firega::vegas:

F the Coca, F the pizza, all we need is shljivovitza
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The generic fillers and Taylor Swift are literally antonyms, the complete opposite and that’s a fact and if someone says otherwise, they’re simply lying and you know that full well, sir. Taylor Swift

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Justin blocking everyone as he should. Peaches really deserves it.

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Thats huge numbers considering he is an openly gay rapper. Well deserved too, the song is a certified BOP :applause:

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8 hours ago, BloodyJudas said:

The generic fillers and Taylor Swift are literally antonyms, the complete opposite and that’s a fact and if someone says otherwise, they’re simply lying and you know that full well, sir. Taylor Swift is a talented, respected musician. In fact, she also happens to be one of the greatest songwriters of all time. Of course, no one forces you to listen to her music but let me state the obvious- Folklore as well as Evermore are much more intricate and elaborate albums than any of Gaga’s-lyrically speaking. 
Just because Taylor is universally adored by the GP it doesn’t take away from any of her achievements, accolades nor talent. She’s just so passionate about her craft and it’s nothing but admirable. Moreover, she puts a great deal of effort into every single project. “You All Over Me” is literally nothing like any contemporary top 40 songs. Just because it’s a country song it doesn’t mean it sounds just like any other country song. Obviously, the song will be similar to the Fearless tracks but that’s understandable, given the fact all of them were composed around the same time. Back in the day, when I attended high school (and this was around 2010-11), a lot of my friends were criticizing Gaga for dropping the same kind of songs. For them “Telephone”, “Poker Face”, “LoveGame”, “Bad Romance”, “Born This Way”, “Judas” or “Applause” all sounded the same and I can’t blame them for thinking that way because these songs share some similarities. 
Just because Taylor is the 8th greatest musician (overall) in the USA according to the Billboard magazine and is still smashing effortlessly 15 years into her career doesn’t mean one has to undervalue her or diminish her impact. 
To sum it up, Taylor is a true musician, an unstoppable music figure, a force to be reckoned with and there’s nothing you could do to stop that. She’s also musically prolific and she enjoys putting out copious amounts of music- it’s called passion! She has that! You can call a Taylor Swift’s track or her for that matter generic but that won’t prevent  a vast majority of people from loving and buying her music, including myself. :) The GP can’t seem to have enough of her (plain and simple), which is completely understandable considering how gifted she is. She knows how to connect with people and not everybody is able to pull it off. She’s also been co-directing  her music videos since the Lover Era. She fights tooth and nail to get her masters back because that’s how much she cares about her craft and legacy for the years to come. No wonder so many people look up to her. She’s a musical phenomenon just like Lady Gaga. 
Dear Taylor can come up with a hit song like there’s nothing to it and we love her for that. 
I personally think this song from “the Vault” is lovely and deserves every inch of success it’s received.  

Have a nice day and stay healthy :) 

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Galagala
11 hours ago, BloodyJudas said:

The generic fillers and Taylor Swift are literally antonyms, the complete opposite and that’s a fact and if someone says otherwise, they’re simply lying and you know that full well, sir. Taylor Swift is a talented, respected musician. In fact, she also happens to be one of the greatest songwriters of all time. Of course, no one forces you to listen to her music but let me state the obvious- Folklore as well as Evermore are much more intricate and elaborate albums than any of Gaga’s-lyrically speaking. 
Just because Taylor is universally adored by the GP it doesn’t take away from any of her achievements, accolades nor talent. She’s just so passionate about her craft and it’s nothing but admirable. Moreover, she puts a great deal of effort into every single project. “You All Over Me” is literally nothing like any contemporary top 40 songs. Just because it’s a country song it doesn’t mean it sounds just like any other country song. Obviously, the song will be similar to the Fearless tracks but that’s understandable, given the fact all of them were composed around the same time. Back in the day, when I attended high school (and this was around 2010-11), a lot of my friends were criticizing Gaga for dropping the same kind of songs. For them “Telephone”, “Poker Face”, “LoveGame”, “Bad Romance”, “Born This Way”, “Judas” or “Applause” all sounded the same and I can’t blame them for thinking that way because these songs share some similarities. 
Just because Taylor is the 8th greatest musician (overall) in the USA according to the Billboard magazine and is still smashing effortlessly 15 years into her career doesn’t mean one has to undervalue her or diminish her impact. 
To sum it up, Taylor is a true musician, an unstoppable music figure, a force to be reckoned with and there’s nothing you could do to stop that. She’s also musically prolific and she enjoys putting out copious amounts of music- it’s called passion! She has that! You can call a Taylor Swift’s track or her for that matter generic but that won’t prevent  a vast majority of people from loving and buying her music, including myself. :) The GP can’t seem to have enough of her (plain and simple), which is completely understandable considering how gifted she is. She knows how to connect with people and not everybody is able to pull it off. She’s also been co-directing  her music videos since the Lover Era. She fights tooth and nail to get her masters back because that’s how much she cares about her craft and legacy for the years to come. No wonder so many people look up to her. She’s a musical phenomenon just like Lady Gaga. 
Dear Taylor can come up with a hit song like there’s nothing to it and we love her for that. 
I personally think this song from “the Vault” is lovely and deserves every inch of success it’s received.  

Have a nice day and stay healthy :) 

You're such a stan:selena:. Calm down and see the whole thing as general people. Those points are exactly something only her die-hard fans would say. 

 

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12 hours ago, BloodyJudas said:

The generic fillers and Taylor Swift are literally antonyms, the complete opposite and that’s a fact and if someone says otherwise, they’re simply lying and you know that full well, sir. Taylor Swift is a talented, respected musician. In fact, she also happens to be one of the greatest songwriters of all time. Of course, no one forces you to listen to her music but let me state the obvious- Folklore as well as Evermore are much more intricate and elaborate albums than any of Gaga’s-lyrically speaking. 
Just because Taylor is universally adored by the GP it doesn’t take away from any of her achievements, accolades nor talent. She’s just so passionate about her craft and it’s nothing but admirable. Moreover, she puts a great deal of effort into every single project. “You All Over Me” is literally nothing like any contemporary top 40 songs. Just because it’s a country song it doesn’t mean it sounds just like any other country song. Obviously, the song will be similar to the Fearless tracks but that’s understandable, given the fact all of them were composed around the same time. Back in the day, when I attended high school (and this was around 2010-11), a lot of my friends were criticizing Gaga for dropping the same kind of songs. For them “Telephone”, “Poker Face”, “LoveGame”, “Bad Romance”, “Born This Way”, “Judas” or “Applause” all sounded the same and I can’t blame them for thinking that way because these songs share some similarities. 
Just because Taylor is the 8th greatest musician (overall) in the USA according to the Billboard magazine and is still smashing effortlessly 15 years into her career doesn’t mean one has to undervalue her or diminish her impact. 
To sum it up, Taylor is a true musician, an unstoppable music figure, a force to be reckoned with and there’s nothing you could do to stop that. She’s also musically prolific and she enjoys putting out copious amounts of music- it’s called passion! She has that! You can call a Taylor Swift’s track or her for that matter generic but that won’t prevent  a vast majority of people from loving and buying her music, including myself. :) The GP can’t seem to have enough of her (plain and simple), which is completely understandable considering how gifted she is. She knows how to connect with people and not everybody is able to pull it off. She’s also been co-directing  her music videos since the Lover Era. She fights tooth and nail to get her masters back because that’s how much she cares about her craft and legacy for the years to come. No wonder so many people look up to her. She’s a musical phenomenon just like Lady Gaga. 
Dear Taylor can come up with a hit song like there’s nothing to it and we love her for that. 
I personally think this song from “the Vault” is lovely and deserves every inch of success it’s received.  

Have a nice day and stay healthy :) 

Don’t take this the wrong way but... you should probably not be this invested in a stranger. :rip:

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This is going to probably sound a little condescending but it's so great to see people on this site advocating for rap that isn't a female rapper.

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12 hours ago, BloodyJudas said:

The generic fillers and Taylor Swift are literally antonyms, the complete opposite and that’s a fact and if someone says otherwise, they’re simply lying and you know that full well, sir. Taylor Swift is a talented, respected musician. In fact, she also happens to be one of the greatest songwriters of all time. Of course, no one forces you to listen to her music but let me state the obvious- Folklore as well as Evermore are much more intricate and elaborate albums than any of Gaga’s-lyrically speaking. 
Just because Taylor is universally adored by the GP it doesn’t take away from any of her achievements, accolades nor talent. She’s just so passionate about her craft and it’s nothing but admirable. Moreover, she puts a great deal of effort into every single project. “You All Over Me” is literally nothing like any contemporary top 40 songs. Just because it’s a country song it doesn’t mean it sounds just like any other country song. Obviously, the song will be similar to the Fearless tracks but that’s understandable, given the fact all of them were composed around the same time. Back in the day, when I attended high school (and this was around 2010-11), a lot of my friends were criticizing Gaga for dropping the same kind of songs. For them “Telephone”, “Poker Face”, “LoveGame”, “Bad Romance”, “Born This Way”, “Judas” or “Applause” all sounded the same and I can’t blame them for thinking that way because these songs share some similarities. 
Just because Taylor is the 8th greatest musician (overall) in the USA according to the Billboard magazine and is still smashing effortlessly 15 years into her career doesn’t mean one has to undervalue her or diminish her impact. 
To sum it up, Taylor is a true musician, an unstoppable music figure, a force to be reckoned with and there’s nothing you could do to stop that. She’s also musically prolific and she enjoys putting out copious amounts of music- it’s called passion! She has that! You can call a Taylor Swift’s track or her for that matter generic but that won’t prevent  a vast majority of people from loving and buying her music, including myself. :) The GP can’t seem to have enough of her (plain and simple), which is completely understandable considering how gifted she is. She knows how to connect with people and not everybody is able to pull it off. She’s also been co-directing  her music videos since the Lover Era. She fights tooth and nail to get her masters back because that’s how much she cares about her craft and legacy for the years to come. No wonder so many people look up to her. She’s a musical phenomenon just like Lady Gaga. 
Dear Taylor can come up with a hit song like there’s nothing to it and we love her for that. 
I personally think this song from “the Vault” is lovely and deserves every inch of success it’s received.  

Have a nice day and stay healthy :) 

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13 hours ago, BloodyJudas said:

The generic fillers and Taylor Swift are literally antonyms, the complete opposite and that’s a fact and if someone says otherwise, they’re simply lying and you know that full well, sir. Taylor Swift is a talented, respected musician. In fact, she also happens to be one of the greatest songwriters of all time. Of course, no one forces you to listen to her music but let me state the obvious- Folklore as well as Evermore are much more intricate and elaborate albums than any of Gaga’s-lyrically speaking. 
Just because Taylor is universally adored by the GP it doesn’t take away from any of her achievements, accolades nor talent. She’s just so passionate about her craft and it’s nothing but admirable. Moreover, she puts a great deal of effort into every single project. “You All Over Me” is literally nothing like any contemporary top 40 songs. Just because it’s a country song it doesn’t mean it sounds just like any other country song. Obviously, the song will be similar to the Fearless tracks but that’s understandable, given the fact all of them were composed around the same time. Back in the day, when I attended high school (and this was around 2010-11), a lot of my friends were criticizing Gaga for dropping the same kind of songs. For them “Telephone”, “Poker Face”, “LoveGame”, “Bad Romance”, “Born This Way”, “Judas” or “Applause” all sounded the same and I can’t blame them for thinking that way because these songs share some similarities. 
Just because Taylor is the 8th greatest musician (overall) in the USA according to the Billboard magazine and is still smashing effortlessly 15 years into her career doesn’t mean one has to undervalue her or diminish her impact. 
To sum it up, Taylor is a true musician, an unstoppable music figure, a force to be reckoned with and there’s nothing you could do to stop that. She’s also musically prolific and she enjoys putting out copious amounts of music- it’s called passion! She has that! You can call a Taylor Swift’s track or her for that matter generic but that won’t prevent  a vast majority of people from loving and buying her music, including myself. :) The GP can’t seem to have enough of her (plain and simple), which is completely understandable considering how gifted she is. She knows how to connect with people and not everybody is able to pull it off. She’s also been co-directing  her music videos since the Lover Era. She fights tooth and nail to get her masters back because that’s how much she cares about her craft and legacy for the years to come. No wonder so many people look up to her. She’s a musical phenomenon just like Lady Gaga. 
Dear Taylor can come up with a hit song like there’s nothing to it and we love her for that. 
I personally think this song from “the Vault” is lovely and deserves every inch of success it’s received.  

Have a nice day and stay healthy :) 


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14 hours ago, BloodyJudas said:

The generic fillers and Taylor Swift are literally antonyms, the complete opposite and that’s a fact and if someone says otherwise, they’re simply lying and you know that full well, sir. Taylor Swift is a talented, respected musician. In fact, she also happens to be one of the greatest songwriters of all time. Of course, no one forces you to listen to her music but let me state the obvious- Folklore as well as Evermore are much more intricate and elaborate albums than any of Gaga’s-lyrically speaking. 
Just because Taylor is universally adored by the GP it doesn’t take away from any of her achievements, accolades nor talent. She’s just so passionate about her craft and it’s nothing but admirable. Moreover, she puts a great deal of effort into every single project. “You All Over Me” is literally nothing like any contemporary top 40 songs. Just because it’s a country song it doesn’t mean it sounds just like any other country song. Obviously, the song will be similar to the Fearless tracks but that’s understandable, given the fact all of them were composed around the same time. Back in the day, when I attended high school (and this was around 2010-11), a lot of my friends were criticizing Gaga for dropping the same kind of songs. For them “Telephone”, “Poker Face”, “LoveGame”, “Bad Romance”, “Born This Way”, “Judas” or “Applause” all sounded the same and I can’t blame them for thinking that way because these songs share some similarities. 
Just because Taylor is the 8th greatest musician (overall) in the USA according to the Billboard magazine and is still smashing effortlessly 15 years into her career doesn’t mean one has to undervalue her or diminish her impact. 
To sum it up, Taylor is a true musician, an unstoppable music figure, a force to be reckoned with and there’s nothing you could do to stop that. She’s also musically prolific and she enjoys putting out copious amounts of music- it’s called passion! She has that! You can call a Taylor Swift’s track or her for that matter generic but that won’t prevent  a vast majority of people from loving and buying her music, including myself. :) The GP can’t seem to have enough of her (plain and simple), which is completely understandable considering how gifted she is. She knows how to connect with people and not everybody is able to pull it off. She’s also been co-directing  her music videos since the Lover Era. She fights tooth and nail to get her masters back because that’s how much she cares about her craft and legacy for the years to come. No wonder so many people look up to her. She’s a musical phenomenon just like Lady Gaga. 
Dear Taylor can come up with a hit song like there’s nothing to it and we love her for that. 
I personally think this song from “the Vault” is lovely and deserves every inch of success it’s received.  

Have a nice day and stay healthy :) 

Calm down this isn’t bible studies smh 

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I really don't understand GGD's fascination with always being so critical of straight male musicians.

I get it if it was Changes we're talking about, which is a really mediocre album, but Justice is much better. The singles so far have been amazing. It almost seems like male heterosexual love is naturally interpreted as bad and boring by the gheys, whereas if a woman sung about desiring a male partner somehow it's acceptable and okay cause it's from a woman's perspective.

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2 hours ago, Agunimon said:

This is going to probably sound a little condescending but it's so great to see people on this site advocating for rap that isn't a female rapper.

That's because Lil Nas X is gay. I would love to see GGD objectively evaluating music and recognising straight male rappers/pop and R&B acts too.

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I dont understand why people call Taylor and Justin generic when comparing them to Lil Nas as if his music is groundbreaking and experimental :toofunny: All three of them make "generic" music, who cares. 

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13 hours ago, Runway said:

The propaganda :lmao: not everyone has to worship your fave. Individuals are allowed to have opinions this isn’t north korea

I just stated my opinion and also the obvious, bro. The GP loves Taylor and they’ll listen to anything she puts out. And, by all accounts, most of the stuff she drops is of quality.  Not my fault she’s been awarded a Grammy for Album of the Year three times. 
Please calm down. Easy does it :)

 I don’t think you quite understand what propaganda means, look it up. Perhaps you’ll accuse the Grammies of propaganda since they’ve given so many awards to Taylor. 
Just because I admire an artist doesn’t mean I’m obsessed. I happen to love Taylor and Gaga equally and I have every right to do so. 

If it were Gaga I was talking about, y’all would be singing a completely different tune but since it’s Taylor, I’m being stoned here but what’s new? I’ve gotten used to it. 
And please I’d appreciate it if you didn’t make fun of the North Korea propaganda. Those people are really suffering there and you’d hate to be in their shoes. Have some more consideration next time, please
Have a nice one and I wish you nothing but the best. :)

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