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    Is this the vocalist of our generation?




    0:15 - 0:18

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    I.AM.SCREAMING.OUT.



    Get your life gerlz.

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    Re: Is this the vocalist of our generation?

    Sounds better than Kandi.


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    Well, the housewife sounds pretty good here

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    Re: Is this the vocalist of our generation?

    Where is the raw version, though? This must be with all the production added.

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    Oh the shade - it's like midnight in here!
    "Miscalculation of our strength their bane,

    Take us lightly and we'll make you pay..."

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    Queen Kim and her legendary vocals remain unfazed.

    That being said, we all know Xtina is the voice of our generation. She owns the throne you know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stoowii View Post
    Where is the raw version, though? This must be with all the production added.


    Stoowii noooooooooooo

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    Re: Is this the vocalist of our generation?

    LMAO

    What is up with the whoa-whoa-whoa-whoa? xD

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stoowii View Post
    Where is the raw version, though? This must be with all the production added.
    Quote Originally Posted by EuroSoccer View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by MoufOfKhaos View Post
    Oh the shade - it's like midnight in here!

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    Sounds better than Kandi.

    Taking this gif. I live for Azealia
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    Fucking hell that shit is terrible!

    Even the 'auto-tuned-to-fuck' version sounds god-awful.

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    Still better than Katy Perry, tbaft.

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    Voice of our generation?
    SAY! I think you already know her name. HA! ALRIGHT!
    #buylotus

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    ^ SAY!

    *Lotus Intro begins to play*
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    Re: Is this the vocalist of our generation?

    The Xtina Promo in this thread



    The Lana promeaux in Naughty's Loner's thread.



    Now we just need everyone to get into #Warrior.


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    Quote Originally Posted by DigitalFudge View Post
    Now we just need everyone to get into #Warrior.

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    Re: Is this the vocalist of our generation?

    Christina isn't the voice of the generation anymore. Many of her recent live performances have been awful. I think she got the title because she had such a big voice coming from such a small body, which was incredible. And she was genuinely selling a voice with fun/nice videos and not being a total hoe.



    ^Fucking amazing.

    But in all honesty, she's had more bad live performances than good through her career, and as a vocalist she probably peaked on her Back to Basics tour. She still sounds amazing on record but let's be honest, none of the live performances done to promote Lotus were as good as the recorded version of the performed material, and actually in some cases not even remotely close. I think the best one was the one on Ellen for Just a Fool.

    Lately I feel like Carrie Underwood, Leona Lewis, Beyonce, Kelly Clarkson, and Adele all do better than her as vocalists. Some older ladies, like Celine and Mariah have always been better vocalists than Christina too. Mariah in particular is an amazing vocalist. Her skills as a vocalist are second to none. That bitch owns. Celine is right up there too and I feel as if her voice has aged better than Mariah's.

    inb4 the hate
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    This thread is why I love JUB.

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    ^Thank you! Whitney > all your faves

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    Nobody can hold a candle to Barbra Streisand. The voice is just magic.

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    Re: Is this the vocalist of our generation?

    Whitney's voice aged HORRIBLY though. Though I will agree that when she was 30, she was way better than Christina as a vocalist, who is 30 now, along with probably every other person I mentioned who are all in their 20s-30s currently.

    Mariah could hold her own though, as could Celine.

    I just left her out because we wont be seeing performances by her anymore, and the little comeback she attempted before her demise wasn't exactly her at her vocal peak.

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    ^Whitney probably did more damage to her vocals than nature may have intended unfortunately.

    Quote Originally Posted by penayforay View Post
    Yeah, I'm still waiting on someone to come up that even compares to Mariah. I don't think Christina is really there, though she obviously sings very well. She just doesn't have nearly the control or power. She grunts and screams too much.


    And the clip was hilarious . I couldn't tell if she was holding back on purpose or if she was trying really hard and just wasn't doing very well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BreakTheIce View Post
    Lately I feel like Carrie Underwood, Leona Lewis, Beyonce, Kelly Clarkson, and Adele all do better than her as vocalists. Some older ladies, like Celine and Mariah have always been better vocalists than Christina too. Mariah in particular is an amazing vocalist. Her skills as a vocalist are second to none. That bitch owns. Celine is right up there too and I feel as if her voice has aged better than Mariah's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by reone View Post
    I don't think Christina is really there, though she obviously sings very well. She just doesn't have nearly the control or power. She grunts and screams too much.

    5:30 for fun times

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    HAHAHAHAH!!! Fun times indeed... But she IS the voice of our generation. Beyonce just happens to be the Queen, Mariah the Empress, and Whitney the Goddess (before the vocal damage).
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    OMG, my ears



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    Quote Originally Posted by BreakTheIce View Post

    5:30 for fun times
    That was hilarious.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BreakTheIce View Post

    5:30 for fun times
    Interesting, Beyoncé isn't on there. She must not have any flaws, just as I thought.


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    Christina was never the voice of a generation. She has a powerful voice (which she often uses for evil, not good--stretching every goddamned syllable to its limits of wails at any given opportunity). She's never had that huge hit that became a classic at all major formats.

    Beyonce trounces her. When Christina does anything as big as "Single Ladies," get back to me.

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    Re: Is this the vocalist of our generation?

    To be fair, Christina does have an amazing voice. It probably is a once in a generation voice. It's very distinct. It's just that I don't think she's necessarily the best vocalist out there. She often over sings and sometimes when she ascends into her full voice it comes across as screaming, not belting.

    And while we're giving credit let's not forget Genie in a Bottle is pretty huge. When compared to Single Ladies,

    Genie in a Bottle
    - 6 weeks at #1
    - Year end - #7
    - Decade end - #43

    Single Ladies
    - 4 weeks at #1
    - Year End - #8
    - Decade End - #99



    Edit -> This is where cupidboy or digitalfudge can put the christina standing and clapping gif from The Voice.
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    ^Sorry that's 5 weeks at #1 for Genie in a Bottle

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    Re: Is this the vocalist of our generation?

    Quote Originally Posted by BreakTheIce View Post
    Genie in a Bottle
    - 6 weeks at #1
    - Year end - #7
    - Decade end - #43
    Let's do both of their very first singles.

    Crazy in Love
    - 8 weeks at #1
    - Year end - #4
    - Decade end - #40


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    ^I'm not saying Christina has had more chart success than Beyonce, because she hasn't. I was just replying to the comment about Christina putting out anything as big as Single Ladies.

    Also Jay-Z features in that song, and for a good part of her career Beyonce was either featured alongside other artists (Destiny's Chilid), or had other artists featured with her on her singles (Crazy in Love, Fighting Temptation, Baby Boy, etc.). Her first entry on the Hot 100 with a single off an album by her, without any featured artist is Me, Myself, and I

    Me, Myself, and I
    Peak - #4
    Year End - #26
    Decade End - n/a

    Christina's first chart entry isn't Genie in a Bottle, but it's her first single released from an album by her. Reflection was actually her first single, recorded for the Disney film Mulan, which was later thrown onto her debut album as well. But it was off a move soundtrack and never properly promoted at radio and never given a video release.

    Christina has some decent tracks in her track record, two of which are pretty iconic (Genie in a Bottle and Beautiful). Beautiful is arguably one of the best ballads of all time, and it was released to critical and commercial acclaim. It's also pretty much an anthem for the LGBT community.

    Now it hasn't matched the chart success of many of Beyonce's songs, but let's be honest, Beyonce has yet to put out such an empowering ballad. Her biggest hits are R&B/mainstream radio, mostly mid to uptempo songs. But she's never been the type to put out iconic ballads or emotional songs.

    Christina isn't called The Voice of her Generation because of her abilities as a vocalist or because of her chart success. She's attained that title because the few times she has put out emotional songs, they showcase her voice really well, and her voice makes those songs incredibly memorable and powerful.

    It's essentially the same thing Mariah Carey does with songs like Hero. Her voice makes those songs immortal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BreakTheIce View Post
    Now it hasn't matched the chart success of many of Beyonce's songs, but let's be honest, Beyonce has yet to put out such an empowering ballad.
    What about Irreplaceable?
    Peak - #1
    Weeks - 10
    Year End - #1
    Decade End - 25

    Now if those numbers don't show that ballad being and impact, then I don't know what does. Also, no one is featured on that song.

    Halo was an impact as well, even though it failed to hit #1.

    Lest we forget Listen.

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    Let's not take into acct that Beyonce already had a huge fanbase with Destiny's Child Stoowi (in regards to comparing giab to crazy in love)
    woop.

    tbh chart positions by themselves are are not very good at painting a complete picture of a song's success or lack of success.

    Quote Originally Posted by TheSpectatingLoner View Post
    Christina was never the voice of a generation. She has a powerful voice (which she often uses for evil, not good--stretching every goddamned syllable to its limits of wails at any given opportunity). She's never had that huge hit that became a classic at all major formats.

    Beyonce trounces her. When Christina does anything as big as "Single Ladies," get back to me.
    um excuse me
    can you not?

    to me Voice of a Generation extends to more than just vocal technique
    Kids at the Harvey Milk School used to have "Beautiful" on repeat for a reason. Beautiful is that multi format classic. When Beyonce gon do that? We may never know

    also

    at y'all starting some stan war shit in here
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    Re: Is this the vocalist of our generation?

    My mom knows about Beyoncé and she speaks little English. Christina Aguilera has a whole album in Spanish and has Spanish in her and she don't know about her.

    The impact.


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    your anecdotal evidence is very cute
    My mom knows about Godney The Holy Spearit and not Beyawnce. Therefore by your logic, Godney > Beyawnce

    The impact.
    You should go listen to Femme Fatale in its entirety to repent for your sins.

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    Quote Originally Posted by penayforay View Post
    your anecdotal evidence is very cute
    My mom knows about Godney The Holy Spearit and not Beyawnce. Therefore by your logic, Godney > Beyawnce

    The impact.
    You should go listen to Femme Fatale in its entirety to repent for your sins.
    See that's the thing. I actually like Britney and Christina. I just prefer Bey over them. Nothing wrong with that. They were powerful in their prime. Not anymore. Bey hasn't faded.

    Oh, and I own Femme Fatale and it shits, so my sins are forgiven.

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    As I have said many times by now, Mi Reflejo slayed and left every latin person bald for the entire time the era lasted.

    - Back in the day, her songs were so rotated. So so so so so rotated. I used to hate Pero Me Acuerdo de Ti because of it, it still gets heavy rotation. I cannot tell you the level of slayage she had in here in those glory days like.. radio was full of pop songs and then appeared this beautiful blonde whose father was from Ecuador and who had a voice out of this planet. Latin America had not heard a voice like that singing in spanish NEVER. Myriam Hernandez, Laura Pausini and Gloria Stefan were the closest we had gotten to that level of vocal greatness, but those high notes in PMADT, Por Siempre Tu and Falsas Esperanzas left dem bitches bald. She gained so much respect and not only was she an amazing vocalist and was she gorgeous, but she was YOUNG and she was cool. Those red strands, man, they were quite and event. IDK if it caused so much impact in America when the COOB music video was released, but after Ven Conmigo was released here every ****ing girl had that hair. Ven Conmigo is her biggest hit in here, I think. It's up there with Pero Me Acuerdo De Ti.

    And then, her personality. She was so sweet, she was one of us. People ADORED HER.

    Genie In a Bottle and What a Girl Wants had success here, but the spanish album was the Thriller of my generation and I'm not even kidding. Not even Shakira had so much success with her first three albums. If you ask me or any other latina on the boards, Shakira (who I adore, btw) was the only one on Christina's level of popularity and she even looked eclipsed at times. Thalia, J.Lo, Gloria Trevi and those other bitches could only dream. Christina was the it girl. Britney was cool and all that ish, but boom gurl, when Christina was mentioned she was always the favoirte.

    Lady Marmalade was a little bit shocking, because we were used to the innocentina, but she was fully embraced. 2001 Halloween was full of ladymarmaladetinas, omg those days my uncle's girlfriend dressed like her lol and I'm not kidding. Then, when Dirrty was released people loved it tbh, latinos are not prude at all so unlike the US, Dirrty was very well received. Both, Lady Marmalade and Dirrty exploded in the clubs (and are still played in very str8 and gay club). Girls would learn the choreos for both videos, LM was all about Tina, ain't nobody had time for Reini or the other urban chicks.

    Then came Beautiful, the gay kiss scene was quite an event as well. I mean, it was on the news in Televisa, America Television, Telemundo, etc. because latin america is full of chatolocism, but still the message of the song was stronger. I heard Beautiful on the radio one week ago, btw. Fighter and its music video was released when Evanescence became popular and it was "cool" to be goth and emo and people started loving Avril for being the Anti-Britney, so Fighter was just the icing on the cake. CHUD was quite big as well, like the latino stereotypes shown on the videos were embraced by people here. TVW never happeend, though lol Fighter and CHUD and Falsas Esperanzas were still everybody's jams.

    Then the bitch dissappeared for a while, but her songs remained strong on the radio (until today) and when B2B came, people were so ready for it. ANOM was HUGE in the clubs and radio. It's one of her biggest hits here, even bigger than Beautiful. Hurt was quite successful as well and Candyman was the theme song for my prom dance, my school is one of the most important schools in the country, so that says it all.

    - You still hear Pero Me Acuerdo De Ti, Ven Conmigo (Solamente Tú) and Falsas Esperanzas daily in every latin/ballads/adults/latin pop radio across the continent. This is why not only the young generation was keen on the album, but also the mothers and people who heard the ballads radio stations, etc. My mom (she's 38) and my grandma know the lyrics to Contigo En La Distancia and Pero Me Acuerdo De Ti. My mom's ringtone is, actually, PMADT lol.
    - You hear her songs on many TV Shows, Sopa Operas, etc.
    - If there is a talent show, there is going to be a Christina Aguilera Song covered. The last time I saw that was last week (I see it weekly in the many talent shows that are in my country/in Latin America). The regular choices are Pero Me Acuerdo de Ti, Beautiful or Contigo En La Distancia.
    - For every 10 dressed transgenders, there is one LadyMarmaladeTina one lol, I'm not even kidding. I don't have enough fingers to count the many times I've seen trannys or girls dressed like her in gay clubs, tributes, parties, halloween, etc.
    - Everybody here and I'm saying EVERYBODY know who the **** CHRISTINA aguilera is and that she has an amazing voice. My maid, she is from the highlands of Peru, she doesn't know who Whitney or Mariah are, but she knows and loves "Cristina the girl who sings ven conmigo baby". She's literally a legend.
    from a latin american xtina stan

    btw its cool that you like bey. I like her too. Her voice is very pretty but I've never heard any emotion in her voice which is why i prefer Legend X.
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    Re: Is this the vocalist of our generation?

    Leave those girls alone! They both have their fanbase and both have amazing voices.

    Admittedly, Beautiful was the song I grew up with everytime I feel low. That had to be the song that we all love.

    Irreplaceable and Beautiful are two different types of songs that empower. The latter is for everyone! Irreplaceable is just for those who wanna get out of an abusive/annoying/unfaithful/toyboy relationships! So please do not put these two songs together.

    Queen Bey is rising yes! But we all still love some Christina don't we? Remember The Voice Within?

    I love them both!
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    Quote Originally Posted by penayforay View Post
    from a latin american xtina stan

    btw its cool that you like bey. I like her too. Her voice is very pretty but I've never heard any emotion in her voice which is why i prefer Legend X.
    While I do think Christina has a POWERFUL voice, don't go mindlessly saying Bey has no emotion. I own pretty much all the Divas' material (Bey, Christina, Britney, etc.) so I can compare. Christina has emotion, so does Bey. Listen to Listen, listen to Resentment, listen to 1+1 (which I don't like) you can tell the emotion is there.

    We have digressed enough. Lets not make this about other divas. This is Queen Kim's thread.



    She about to hit #1 with this hit!

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    Re: Is this the vocalist of our generation?

    meh I've listened to Listen and I've listened to 1+1. Its not like I mindlessly said what I said. Doesnt compare to the kind of emotion I hear in Christina's I'm Okay or her live performance of You Lost Me on Idol.

    I remember watching Dreamgirls and "Listen" was supposed to be THAT song where she proves Jamie Foxx wrong and to prove she has emotion in her voice (just like JHud's character or whatever) and after she was done, I was just left thinking...okay...is that it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stoowii View Post
    We have digressed enough. Lets not make this about other divas. This is Queen Kim's thread.



    She about to hit #1 with this hit!
    You're right. I wont even bring up Beyawncé's use of "algebuh" in 1+1.

    All hail the Queen of the ATL.

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    But on a real note, while y'all sittin up here talkin' bout these past-their-prime bitches, Jessica Simpson will now and forever own the thrown. Sorry bout it.

    Y'all go re-listen to Sweet Kisses, then come back and bless the prophet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BFizzle View Post
    But on a real note, while y'all sittin up here talkin' bout these past-their-prime bitches, Jessica Simpson will now and forever own the thrown. Sorry bout it.

    Y'all go re-listen to Sweet Kisses, then come back and bless the prophet.
    A Little Bit is my jam.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BFizzle View Post
    You're right. I wont even bring up Beyawncé's use of "algebuh" in 1+1.
    Gurl, who you telling? I was like Bey, what is wrong with you!? @ her Algebra crap. Have you seen her interview skills? Poor baby, bless her heart. I'm here for her music, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stoowii View Post
    Gurl, who you telling? I was like Bey, what is wrong with you!? @ her Algebra crap. Have you seen her interview skills? Poor baby, bless her heart. I'm here for her music, though.
    I guess she and Britney didn't need to finish high school with the records they were selling. And they're still selling, so, they won.


    Quote Originally Posted by CupidBoy View Post
    A Little Bit is my jam.
    You need to get at I've Got My Eyes on You.
    Last edited by BFizzle; April 17th, 2013 at 10:16 AM.

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