Discussion in 'Pop & Justice' started by Felp, Feb 16, 2021.
And yet her first solo offering was a masterpiece compared to whatever this is.
Why? What happened?
Hair Down only existing as a Vimeo now... a bitsy iconic
Mollie King blackmailing an Island Records executive into giving her a solo deal, getting a few internet gays hyped, delivering a royalty free H&M song, flopping, releasing critically panned circus music, wiping it from the internet, & then giving up in favor of a Radio 1 gig was more legendary than anything Jesy will attempt.
I was wrong and I love it.
She will propoably spend another 2 weeks inside top 20, the she will rise thanks to Graham Norton performance and this will be the end.
Creating history. The one and only - UK Baddie.
She only got a second single out because she agreed to appear on Strictly fjdjd
Ah that was history!
I'll never forget Hair Down coming out the week I moved to university and a blackout drunk 17 year old me playing it to a room of bemused hippies and frat boys.
I'm catching up with the thread and... I made this.
Sorry if someone else already did it dd
Ha! Perfect. We love complementary gifs.
It’s looking very bad for her right now.
The way these publications are digging in her ass... I’ve never seen a solo career end as quickly as it foolishly dared to begin. Poetic justice, innit?
"vocals reminiscent of a bad Camila Cabello impression" is one of the most withering reads I've read in ages. The layers.
That article is gold.
Ouch but also wow.
I mean damn that's bad.
Oh well, did everyone have a good dinner?
All three facial expressions of NPR's Reanna Cruz while being forced to review "Boyz"
If N-P-fucking-R is on your ass? Girl. You might as well revert to the Casper of your original skim-milk tone
The fact they said a bad Camilla impression is sending me
Like, you ain't bad... you bad² :P
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