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    Re: Is this the vocalist of our generation?

    Anyone can have a thigh gap when they spread their legs like that, but its all the good sis knows. :P

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    Re: Is this the vocalist of our generation?

    LMAO. I wasn't showing you her gap, I was showing her donk and curves. Here's one of her gap:



    Don't know when it was taken, but she pretty much looks the same.

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    Re: Is this the vocalist of our generation?

    While y'all argue over hew is more bow legged, Queen Kim remains untouched and unfazed. No one can touch her legacy.














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    The best in the world.

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    I see your 1 Grammy 5 different years and raise you:



    5 Grammys in ONE night.

    And again, but 6 this time.



    Hew else!?

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    Winning INTERNATIONAL ARTIST AmA...(after a good performance).

    Raise me?

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    Re: Is this the vocalist of our generation?

    You've obviously come unarmed.

    But if you want, receipts are on YouTube.

    Going to bed now.

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    Re: Is this the vocalist of our generation?

    Quote Originally Posted by Stoowii View Post
    You've obviously come unarmed.

    But if you want, receipts are on YouTube.

    Going to bed now.
    Less than ten people have one that award last time I checked...Not un-armed dear.

    And some of Mrs. Carters grammy's are due to DC - not solo work.

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    Re: Is this the vocalist of our generation?

    Quoted from Wikipedia - AMA's

    "Artists that won most awards

    The record for most American Music Awards won is held by Michael Jackson, who has amassed twenty-six awards, including one for "Artist of the Century". The most American Music Awards for a group belongs to Alabama who have collected twenty-three awards and for a female artist belongs to Whitney Houston with twenty-two awards.[2][5][6][7][8][9][10][11]
    Michael Jackson 26
    Alabama 23
    Whitney Houston 22

    [edit] Artists that won the most in A single year

    The record for the most American Music Awards won in a single year is held by Michael Jackson (in 1984) and Whitney Houston (in 1994), each with 8 awards to their credit (including the Award of Merit, with which both artists were honored in the respective years).
    Michael Jackson 8 (1984)
    Whitney Houston 8 (1994)"

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    Quote Originally Posted by BFizzle View Post
    You better check for her fashion empire, sis.

    http://radaronline.com/exclusives/20...t-billionaire/


    Let's not forget the Weight Watchers campaign.
    Unless Jesicca is running all those factories and preparing everything in her fashion line by herself, she isn't a billionaire. Her fashion line is worth a billion, she herself is probably worth a fraction of that.

    I think it's cool that she's done better in fashion than in music. It just proves that nobody really took her as seriously as a musician/artist, and changing career paths was the right call. Though I can't help but think she got the idea from Victoria Beckham

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stoowii View Post
    I see your 1 Grammy 5 different years and raise you:



    5 Grammys in ONE night.

    And again, but 6 this time.



    Hew else!?
    I keep hearing things about Bey's dad being on the Grammy committee? is this true? No t no shade but how big of a part do you think he had in her winning those Grammys if he really was on that committee?

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    ^
    Bey is part of the elite. And btw this pic///


    Ithough she gonna step on 2 grammies below her as shoes

    * yum- grammy heels

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    Quote Originally Posted by yeahright1991 View Post
    And to Quote -


    "Jessica Simpson - net worth (estimate)

    US$ 100,000,000 (2012)" (Google/Forbes)



    "Mariah Carey - net worth (estimate)

    US$ 500,000,000 (2012)" (Google/Forbes).
    That's right, screw off hoe

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stoowii View Post
    Sources say:

    Whitney: -$20 million. (Yes, minus. That means she owes money... even A.D. )
    Whitney is worth $20 million now, because after her death, her single and record sales sky rocketed and pulled in nearly $40 mil. Sparkle, a movie in which she acted and served as an executive producer was also released after her death. This paid off her debt to her record label and brought her back to the + side of things.

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    I am willing to be pilloried.

    Cher.

    And I liked her before I knew what gay was or that I was one.

    And to be clear, I'm not a fan of much pop music, whether it is derivative of country, boy band, hip hop, R&B, or whatever. But, Cher's early work was good, and she stayed long at the party until that piss-poor Believe was released.

    Someone should find the inventor and leave a pressure cooker on his doorstep.

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    Quote Originally Posted by penayforay View Post
    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.



    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
    LMAO. I didn't realize one high school changed everything.

    Beautiful is probably my favorite song by her, but I still don't think it had the cultural impact as Beyonce's biggest singles. "Single Ladies" had video parodies everywhere on the net and was catchy as hell.

    I know you're a Christina Stan, though, so I'm a leave you alone before shit gets intense and you pull up more stats about high school anthems.
    Last edited by TheSpectatingLoner; April 18th, 2013 at 06:21 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yeahright1991 View Post
    Less than ten people have one that award last time I checked...Not un-armed dear.

    And some of Mrs. Carters grammy's are due to DC - not solo work.
    Um, those pics above are for her solo work, "dear." Where are the other two in the picture?

    Beyoncé has 17 Grammy awards (3rd on the list of most grammys) and she's only 31. 2nd on that list is Aretha Franklin with 18, one more year and she'll be there. With Destiny's Child 3 Grammys that's 20. But her Grammy numbers alone trounce anyone out right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BreakTheIce View Post
    Whitney is worth $20 million now, because after her death, her single and record sales sky rocketed and pulled in nearly $40 mil. Sparkle, a movie in which she acted and served as an executive producer was also released after her death. This paid off her debt to her record label and brought her back to the + side of things.
    A lot of good that does her now...

    And Grammys > American Music Awards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheSpectatingLoner View Post
    LMAO. I didn't realize one high school changed everything.

    Beautiful is probably my favorite song by her, but I still don't think it had the cultural impact as Beyonce's biggest singles. "Single Ladies" had video parodies everywhere on the net and was catchy as hell.

    I know you're a Christina Stan, though, so I'm a leave you alone before shit gets intense and you pull up more stats about high school anthems.
    Beautiful is far more universal than any Beyonce hit, that's just a fact. And I'm not even a Christina fan and HATE everything she's done after Back to Basics, but get real here.

    To quote wiki,

    The Jonas Ĺkerlund directed music video earned Aguilera a GLAAD Media Award for its positive portrayal of gay and transgender people. In 2011, UK LGBT Rights organization Stonewall named "Beautiful" the most empowering song of the previous decade for gay, lesbian and bisexual people.
    Beyonce has yet to put out a song that's as universal, which everyone can relate to from the LGBT community to straights, guys & girls, etc. Beyonce also hasn't seemed to have tackled any such social or cultural issues that Christina has in her songs (bullying, sexuality, etc.)

    Christina sealed the deal as The Voice of the Generation with songs like Beautiful, because it seemed like she would sing for everyone with those songs. I have yet to see Beyonce to do such a thing or put out something as meaningful as that. And yes, credit should be given to the producers & writers as well, but it was her voice which made those songs so phenomenal on radio.

    So yes I do agree that Beyonce has had more chart success, Grammys, etc. But most of her songs are about feminism, romance, or just club/dance music. She hardly, if ever tackles serious issues through her music.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of...%C3%A9_Knowles

    She has an impressive list of awards, but not 1 of her awards for her music is given to her any group not associated with music and she's never received an accolade for doing something for any particular community of people through her music, like Christina has.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BFizzle View Post
    Anyone can have a thigh gap when they spread their legs like that, but its all the good sis knows. :P
    Jessica's thighs...Along with Christinas - are too damn big to have a gap. Hahahah.

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    Re: Is this the vocalist of our generation?

    And might I add that Whitney has held the Guinness WR for "The Most Awarded/Popular Female Artist of All Time"

    Thank you. Remain seated.

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    lol I don't even care about Jessica I was just using her to piss you off and it's still working. (✿◠‿◠)

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    I'm not seriously pissed lol. I just felt like cutting that girl past the white meat.

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    There's no need to be racist I'm reporting you. (◕‿◕✿)

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    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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    As many times as your girl Kenya talked about being cut to the white meat....Really. I'm not Kim Zolciack. "I ain't no racist"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stoowii View Post
    Same here, I felt very offended by that post, tbh.

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    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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    I think Beautiful is an amazing song and I agree that Beyonce hasn't come close to recording anything that deep or meaningful.

    That being said, I don't know why any of that even creates an argument for "voice of a generation."

    1. "Beautiful" is just one song, and probably not the first most Christina fans would remember if asked.
    2. Does our generation care about strong, positive themes or just looking cute at the club? Bee gives a voice to generation that (if anything) wants to escape from seriousness and have some fun.

    Beyonce reaches more demographics, gets more attention, sells out more concerts. Christina on the other hand has resorted to Reality TV. 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. Until then, I don't even get a comparison.

    But yes, Beautiful. Amazing track. No argument.

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    Re: Is this the vocalist of our generation?

    ^ You betta punch.


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    ^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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    ^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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    All your faves are basic.

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    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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    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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    That's the best Mariah .gif ever.

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    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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    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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    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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    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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    Enough Said.....lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BFizzle View Post
    lol they're arguing over Beyonce and Christina like it's 2003.
    Although I'm not the biggest Britney fan, one thing I do appreciate from her is that she has some originality. Which is more than I could ever say about Begoingtojailforplagiarismce.

    Buy Lotus.

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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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    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
    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.
    Nevah lyin', truth tella,




    that BFizzle reign just won't let up.

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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?
    Yup. looks like we a generation of goats with those vocals.

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