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We need someone to take the choreography from 0:23 onwards and throw on the caption "Me when I get a bob." and turn it into a TikTok trend.
This. Had Kylie led yet another era with another emotopop lead when she's already led three of her last four studio albums with an emotopop lead, I can't imagine it receiving the same buzz that "Padam Padam" is receiving. Whatever inspired her to get back into the studio and work with Lostboy is paying off now, imo. It's wild to think that the era might've started earlier and in a more predictable manner if it weren't for that late spark of creativity.If Hold On To Now was meant to be the lead, can't see it getting as much attention as this somehow, despite it sounding great as well. It would be too similar to what leads we've had before.
It's insane to me that they put that limp track out when they literally had magic in the form of A Rose is a Rose sitting there.In 3 days I have given Padam Padam double the plays I have New York City in 4 years.
Not to interrupt Padam but I expected a lot more from Kylie for a lead. There has literally never been a better time to be an artist who is favoured by the queer community and she comes with some sort of Bebe Rexha single? We should expect more from her. It could be anyone singing this, there's zero charm or charisma and for the artist who gave us some of the most pivotal moments in pop music to lead her campaign with this is a shame.
That would seriously be most welcome and at least something.Given that this is still no 1 on U.K. iTunes, with good streaming and YouTube views (for Kylie), hopefully this can make top 75 on Sunday. I mean it’s not much, but I’m not sure the last time a female over 50 made the top 100 with a new song.