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    Re: Is this the vocalist of our generation?

    Quote Originally Posted by yeahright1991 View Post
    I'm not seriously pissed lol. I just felt like cutting that girl past the white meat.

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    Re: Is this the vocalist of our generation?

    ^ You betta punch.


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    Re: Is this the vocalist of our generation?

    ^Christina put out hit ballads with a unique voice at the time where teen pop was dominating radio (and Beyonce was putting out pop with Destiny's Child at that point). She brought attention to her voice.

    Also, honestly, Christina's voice is amazing. It is a once in a generation voice. Of all the females listed in this topic, she has the second best vocal range (best: Mariah Carey). So the voice is special as fuck. And yes, she has more range than Beyonce.

    Bee gives a voice to generation that (if anything) wants to escape from seriousness and have some fun.
    So does Katy Perry, Rihanna, Lady GaGa, Miley Cyrus, Selena Gomez, ..... [list continues]

    I just feel like Beyonce's success is overrated.

    She doesn't do a great job at singing emotional stuff despite having a near flawless vocal technique, and people act like she's a major hit maker, when in reality, the majority of her biggest hits are collaborations with other artists or her with Destiny's Child.

    Of Beyonce's top 10 biggest hits in the US, she's the soloist in only 2 of them. In the 8 others she's either with Destiny's Child or has other artists featured on the songs. Her biggest hit in the US is still Independent Women with Destiny's Child.

    Her biggest hits in the US

    #1. Independent Women part 1 (with Destiny's Child)
    #2. Irreplaceable
    #3. Baby Boy (with Sean Paul)
    #4. Crazy in Love (with Jay-Z)
    #5. Check on It (with Slim Thug)
    #6. Single Ladies
    #7. Jumpin' Jumpin' (with Destiny's Child)
    #8. Say My Name (Destiny's Child)
    #9. Lose My Breath (Destiny's Chlid)
    #10. Survivor (Destiny's Child)


    http://www.billboard.com/articles/li...ts?list_page=2

    So yea, grats on the Grammys, but really she probably wouldn't be close to where she is now if it wasn't for all the collabs she's done in her career.

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    Re: Is this the vocalist of our generation?

    Quote Originally Posted by BreakTheIce View Post
    She doesn't do a great job at singing emotional stuff despite having a near flawless vocal technique, and people act like she's a major hit maker, when in reality, the majority of her biggest hits are collaborations with other artists or her with Destiny's Child.
    See, you state that as if it part of the other facts (list of songs) you posted. This part here isn't a fact, it's an opinion. To me, and to other people, she has emotion in her songs. As mentioned, I don't deny Christina Aguilera doesn't, but because you keep bringing up Bey's up-tempo/pop songs, it makes me think you haven't heard 90% of her other songs. I've heard pretty much all of Christina's and all of Beyoncés because I own all of their solo work. Tbqh, I prefer Beyoncé's slower songs; Rather Die Young, Smash Into You, Disappear, Resentment, Speechless, Me, Myself, and I, and others. Don't tell me Beyoncé doesn't have emotion if you can't back it up.

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    Re: Is this the vocalist of our generation?

    ^It was an opinion, I'm sorry it came off as a fact. But, the fact is that none of her emotional songs have performed as well or resonated as well with the general public.

    I don't see anyone saying Beyonce and then instantly saying her biggest hits are Me Myself and I, or Halo. But it's fair to assume that Beautiful is Christina's signature song (or one of them). Many female singers who are praised for their vocal ability seem to have a slower paced ballad as one of their biggest and/or most memorable songs. Beyonce doesn't. That, is a fact.

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    Re: Is this the vocalist of our generation?

    Quote Originally Posted by CupidBoy View Post
    All your faves are basic.
    lol they're arguing over Beyonce and Christina like it's 2003.

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    Re: Is this the vocalist of our generation?

    Quote Originally Posted by BFizzle View Post
    lol they're arguing over Beyonce and Christina like it's 2003.
    Screw off sis, you don't belong here



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    Re: Is this the vocalist of our generation?

    Quote Originally Posted by BFizzle View Post
    lol they're arguing over Beyonce and Christina like it's 2003.
    Don't you wish it were 2003 tho? 'Least Britney was still selling then.

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    Re: Is this the vocalist of our generation?

    Quote Originally Posted by Stoowii View Post
    Don't you wish it were 2003 tho? 'Least Britney was still selling then.
    Britney made more money than Beyonce last year tho.

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    Re: Is this the vocalist of our generation?

    Quote Originally Posted by BFizzle View Post
    Britney made more money than Beyonce last year tho.
    Like Rick Grimes, Britney was doing thangs in 2012. Beyonce was busy naming ugly names to babies. Oh well, Bey's net worth is more than Brit's.

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    Re: Is this the vocalist of our generation?

    Britney's about to get paid $300,000,000 to do a show in Vegas.

    When Beyonce is offered even a third of that to do anything, we can pick this debate back up.

    Quote Originally Posted by TheSpectatingLoner View Post
    When Christina is at a level where she can deliver a knockout Superbowl halftime concert and kill a Pepsi commercial, maybe the conversation starts about her beating Beyonce.
    Britney did all of those things first.

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    Re: Is this the vocalist of our generation?

    Quote Originally Posted by BFizzle View Post
    Britney's about to get paid $300,000,000 to do a show in Vegas.

    When Beyonce is offered even a third of that to do anything, we can pick this debate back up.
    About to, gurl, not yet. I hope she is able to sell tickets, though. *thinks back to Femme Fatale's Brazil dates* Ouch.

    Meanwhile, Bey selling out in 7 seconds and shit.

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    Re: Is this the vocalist of our generation?



    Enough Said.....lol.

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    Re: Is this the vocalist of our generation?

    tbh, all of these debates are irrelevant because all of these girls were in their prime in our generation (except for Whitney and Mariah, they were like three generations ago).

    The voice of this generation is Rihanna.

    Sorry bout it.

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    Re: Is this the vocalist of our generation?

    Quote Originally Posted by TheSpectatingLoner View Post
    deliver a knockout Superbowl halftime concert
    In all fairness, as current as Beyonce is, she failed to beat the record for viewership Madonna set the year before her. In fact, the blackout that followed Bey's performance had more viewers than her performance.

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    Re: Is this the vocalist of our generation?

    Quote Originally Posted by BFizzle View Post
    The voice of this generation is Rihanna.
    She da one. Betcha y'all thought there was some shade to highlight here, huh?

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    Re: Is this the vocalist of our generation?

    Quote Originally Posted by Stoowii View Post
    She da one. Betcha y'all thought there was some shade to highlight here, huh?
    Quote Originally Posted by CupidBoy View Post
    Yup. looks like we a generation of goats with those vocals.


    Talk that talk

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    Re: Is this the vocalist of our generation?

    Quote Originally Posted by BreakTheIce View Post
    Her biggest hits in the US

    #1. Independent Women part 1 (with Destiny's Child)
    Independent Women was a hit?

    News to me.

    Also, was Rihasha really just brought up? Might as well bring up Ciara too.



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    Re: Is this the vocalist of our generation?

    Quote Originally Posted by MoufOfKhaos View Post
    Independent Women was a hit?

    News to me.
    Oh really?

    11 weeks at #1. Guinness World Book of Records 2001.



    Hew else?

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    Re: Is this the vocalist of our generation?

    Quote Originally Posted by MoufOfKhaos View Post
    Might as well bring up Ciara too.

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    Re: Is this the vocalist of our generation?

    Ciara. Really? She can dance her ass off....I will give her that. But almost everyone mentioned in this thread could slay her with a note (even if they were off pitch).

    NEXT!

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    Re: Is this the vocalist of our generation?

    Quote Originally Posted by yeahright1991 View Post
    But almost everyone mentioned in this thread could slay her with a note (even if they were off pitch).
    ESPECIALLY Rihanna.

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    Re: Is this the vocalist of our generation?

    It's okay. The future queen is brushing off the hate.



    (and I can't believe you joined and ridiculous, mainly for fun thread to tell everyone how ridiculous it is... I mean, is this site now only for srs bizness or are people allowed to have a little fun even if it's not relevant to YOUR life? If I did the same thing with metal musicians, would you deem it appropriate or would you say the same thing? where is the line?)
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    Re: Is this the vocalist of our generation?

    Quote Originally Posted by Stoowii View Post
    ESPECIALLY Rihanna.
    You will notice I said....Almost.

    and "even if they were off pitch" - Rihanna stays there.

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    Re: Is this the vocalist of our generation?

    Quote Originally Posted by MoufOfKhaos View Post
    It's okay. The future queen is brushing off the hate.



    (and I can't believe you joined and ridiculous, mainly for fun thread to tell everyone how ridiculous it is... I mean, is this site now only for srs bizness or are people allowed to have a little fun even if it's not relevant to YOUR life? If I did the same thing with metal musicians, would you deem it appropriate or would you say the same thing? where is the line?)
    She needs to brush off that Yaki. That's what she needs to do. But she can't afford the Bohyme.....

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    Re: Is this the vocalist of our generation?

    I like 1,2 step



    ^And not a single white person was seen in the video, lol

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    Re: Is this the vocalist of our generation?

    AshyPhoenix loses again.

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    Re: Is this the vocalist of our generation?


    ^lmao

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    Re: Is this the vocalist of our generation?

    I saw that and I fucking died on the Janet part. XD

    Rihanna's accent.

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    Re: Is this the vocalist of our generation?

    Quote Originally Posted by AshyPhoenix View Post
    I cannot believe you guys have spent 4 pages bitching about pop divas that no one will remember in 10 years.
    Quote Originally Posted by BFizzle View Post
    AshyPhoenix loses again.
    AshyPhoenix is the only truth in this entire thread.

    BFizzle fizzles again.

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    Re: Is this the vocalist of our generation?

    Quote Originally Posted by EvilTwinTwo View Post
    AshyPhoenix is the only truth in this entire thread.

    BFizzle fizzles again.
    Funny how you're nowhere to be found on previous posts... in this entire thread.

    Bfizzle: 2

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    Re: Is this the vocalist of our generation?

    Quote Originally Posted by EvilTwinTwo View Post
    AshyPhoenix is the only truth in this entire thread.

    BFizzle fizzles again.

    You don't know what you've just done.







    Also, why was this moved to this flop section? I mean at least it didn't vanish but damn.

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    Re: Is this the vocalist of our generation?

    Quote Originally Posted by DigitalFudge View Post
    Also, why was this moved to this flop section? I mean at least it didn't vanish but damn.
    Oh shit, I didn't even see that.

    Fuck it, tho. It's like Twitter dahling, wherever you go, they follow.

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    Re: Is this the vocalist of our generation?

    I was going to ask Corny....I was. But..He didn't seem like he was in the mood for any questions from little old me...nor anyone else earlier. Although I will give him this - we are talking about the Enter-taint-ment business.


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    Re: Is this the vocalist of our generation?

    I loved it !!!


    The ring didn't mean a thing woo woowoo woowo


    NEVER LISTEN TO A ONE SIDED STORY AND JUDGE.

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    Re: Is this the vocalist of our generation?

    I'm still standing by my choice....although I'm now nominating her for greatest vocalist of ALL TIME....


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    Re: Is this the vocalist of our generation?

    it is Christina AGuilera

    this bitch can sing many different sound
    from pop, rock, rnb, jazz, soul, blues, country etc etc

    end thread

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    Re: Is this the vocalist of our generation?

    I can't hear their voices because of all the background noise. How are they supposed to be vocalists ?

    Here's someone good with her vocal chords.



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