Your unpopular pop opinions

This is going to be controversial and I wouldn't dare post it in her thread, but Sza's music does absolutely nothing for me, it's... okay. I've listened to CTRL multiple times and then SOS when it was released too, but I honestly couldn't tell you what one Sza song sounds like.
Wait I agree with this one... You're finally onto something!

I had to put Ctrl off after 2.5 songs as it was too much nothingy but kept repeating pussy and... Well, it was time for lunch anyway. I listened to SOS a few times and it just doesn't hit... I only like her Big Boys SNL song and All The Stars. Sorry not sorry - I'm into bops!
 
Wait I agree with this one... You're finally onto something!

I had to put Ctrl off after 2.5 songs as it was too much nothingy but kept repeating pussy and... Well, it was time for lunch anyway. I listened to SOS a few times and it just doesn't hit... I only like her Big Boys SNL song and All The Stars. Sorry not sorry - I'm into bops!

Yeah, I've really tried because of the absolute rave reviews CTRL seemed to get but just found it really boring, same with SOS. None of the stuff is on the same level as other artists who have released some fantastic R&B records such as Brandy/Monica/Mary/Janet

I just don't see it nn
 
Wait I agree with this one... You're finally onto something!

I had to put Ctrl off after 2.5 songs as it was too much nothingy but kept repeating pussy and... Well, it was time for lunch anyway. I listened to SOS a few times and it just doesn't hit... I only like her Big Boys SNL song and All The Stars. Sorry not sorry - I'm into bops!
Everyone is entitled to their opinion but to say SZA's music doesn't bop is patently untrue.
 
I guess it depends on your definition of "bop", but I don't think I'd call practically any of SZA's songs bops, and that has nothing to do with quality, her music is just too mellow. Shirt is probably the one that comes closest, but even that bops pretty mildly.

For how anticipated it was, Shirt sent me to sleep ddd
 
I guess it depends on your definition of "bop", but I don't think I'd call practically any of SZA's songs bops, and that has nothing to do with quality, her music is just too mellow. Shirt is probably the one that comes closest, but even that bops pretty mildly.
Don't you think even Kill Bill bops? For me a bop is something that has a groove, something I can snap my fingers to. Seek & Destroy annihilates bussies. Looking down the tracklist, there's nothing that doesn't bop.
 
Don't you think even Kill Bill bops? For me a bop is something that has a groove, something I can snap my fingers to. Seek & Destroy annihilates bussies. Looking down the tracklist, there's nothing that doesn't bop.

I'd say Kill Bill is catchy/instant, sure, but I wouldn't call it a bop at all. SZA's music generally is just too low energy and doesn't have enough of a pulse to register as "bop!" to me. Just music to vibe to rather than to bop to, and of course there's nothing wrong with that. I guess F2F is boppy though, even if it's not really my bag.
 
Also, The Smiths are overrated. Morrisey is one of the biggest melody recyclers of all time. I feel like they make the same song over and over and over. It gets exhausting and it makes it hard to sit through a whole The Smiths album.

I love some individual songs by them, but the body of work is so repetitive. Clever lyrics don't change that.
 
Also, The Smiths are overrated. Morrisey is one of the biggest melody recyclers of all time. I feel like they make the same song over and over and over. It gets exhausting and it makes it hard to sit through a whole The Smiths album.

I love some individual songs by them, but the body of work is so repetitive. Clever lyrics don't change that.
I’ve never been able to get into The Smiths. I don’t like Morrisey’s voice, and it doesn’t help he’s an asshole.
 
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