I enjoy some of her glossy pop songs, but I totally know what you mean.
If she can’t land a solo top spot single then what’s the point in making glossy pop when she could be doing something more left field like where she started with Lights and Halcyon?
The NYPD police wouldn’t do anything other than tell her to go away. Even if she were found mentally incompetent she’d be out in the street within a few hours.
As a pedestrian to give the troll attention would only escalate the situation. You really have to pick your battles with the mentally...
Jessie Ware had a couple of odd releases to test the waters and ended up having one of the most self-fulfilling releases in a long time.
I know Alison is in a different lane, but she’s been in the industry for a while and has earned the ability to do whatever she wants. I don’t mind hammering...
Why is the far superior version on YouTube? I don’t like this situation.
Beatport has a few extended version.
It sounds like the iTunes version is the edit of one mix and the YouTube version is the edit of the other.
Pop and mainstream dance music is so recycled these days. Every song put out now basically has elements from 20 other pop songs that came out over the last 15 years. You’ll all deal.
I’m here for this P!nk sound! However I’m pessimistic about what to expect on this LP. I loved “What About Us”...