But isn't flopping once already bad enough for his career?
Huh? Didn't "Climax" go to number 1 on R&B/Hip Hop for 5 weeks holding out "Birthday Cake" all this time? I meant as in "Scream" possibly blocking the song to whatever peak like "Climax" did to "Birthday Cake".
sanim02 wrote:With all joking aside, I think this song deserves top spot just as much as "Scream",
So not at all, right?
That's your opinion. I think it's a great song but I'm not here to discuss our differences in terms of tastes. Being someone who doesn't really care for Rihanna tracks, this track is amazing and I think it's just as good of a song as "Scream".
Waiting for your fave to upload his own latest single to Mediatraffic, share it with his 55 Million Facebook friends and 18 Million Twitter followers to make sure everybody gets it for free before his label deletes it again, not release it on iTunes, not send it to radios, not promote it, not even shoot a cover let alone a video for it and still slay the competition. As long as he doesn't do that, he's the one who's desperate.
If anything people were desperate to finally have a new Rihanna hit and not the other way round.
Woah, no need to get technical.
Again, I just joked with the first jab at the "Birthday Cake" situation by being blocked at number 2 for 5 weeks straight, not here for a Usher v. Rihanna fight.
Rihanna has been the chart queen for the last 3 years heavily and I'm not shading that. I simply feel the track featuring Chris Brown was nothing more than a publicity stunt to get another number 1. Like I said original, in my opinion.
Agreed, and that's why Where Have You Been will soon be No.1 everywhere.
Glad we can at least agree on one thing.
I'm new to these forums and it's a first for me to discuss artists and charts as I'm normally used to discussing video games at sites like "Gamespot", so I'm not here to make enemies or to troll, just giving out my opinion like people should on forums.