Thank You has become her 2nd Hot 100 hit! It peaked at #100 actually.
Anyway, Moving Montains short of killing Usher's career cos all singles started from that one flopped, Here I Stand also underperformed. Until he cameback with OMG.
Hold You Down also killed J.Lo's career, after that single, she failed to score any hit at all, until On The Floor.
But somehow this sounds like one hit = huge comeback/career saved.
To me a career is running good, if you've got constant success and I'm not sure whether this fits to both artists.
Plus, the current albums of both artists haven't been real chart smashers. Raymond vs Raymond sold around the number of Here I Stand and Love? sold more than Brave but not miles more. If the artists really had successful comebacks, their albums would've been able return to numbers that were usual for both artists or even reach new career highs.
michelangelo wrote:Give Me All Your Luvin' - Madonna
I guess we can say it killed this era.
Can we already say this when her era just started?
Star wrote:Samantha Mumba - I'm Right Here
She just had one album which had a lot of successful singles in the UK and Ireland and a Collection album (wonder where's the sense in doing one after one album
) - so I wouldn't call that a "career"!
JustForMe wrote:Liz Phair - As far as I remeber it was Why Can't I? from Liz Phair (album)
Wikipedia says it was her highest peaking single in the US and the album was her highest charting and 2nd best-selling album of her career so how come they killed it?