I believe gwen follows toni's strategy, she keeps rejecting all the ugly songs, but somehow the amazing ones she chooses have no impact whatsoever.urbanmusik wrote:the baby don't lie thread is in pure pop toni, you're in the urban/r&b section.toni_pest wrote:Would rather have no impact whatsoever than have this song as a part of my discography. Such an ugly song.
Girl you need to stop trying it.Nippian93 wrote:Is it what you call an impact ? I would have said H. Clinton may have liked this song. And it has nothing to do with impact.HouseLannister wrote:Hillary Clinton had this song at #1 on her IWD playlist. Its impact is amazing.
I think that's the issue. Most people hear it on the radio or whatever. I haven't heard it in a club but I'm sure it sounds amazing. I hear it on my beats headphones and it pumpsspiritboy wrote:I don't get the hate for this song, it's amazing, especially in a club.
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It does feel like one of her biggest singles in the world actually. It's just...its chart performance doesn't match. Same with "Listen".Hugo wrote:I swear this is one of her biggest hits here in Portugal.
Right! Even "Irreplaceable" peak positions in some European countries are kinda tragic.intosoul wrote:Even "Halo" didn't chart THAT high back then
That's funny, let me explain.Hugo wrote:I swear this is one of her biggest hits here in Portugal.
They just copied her Billboard performance for one of the shows on TVI tonight, it was super lame. lol
Beyoncé didn't give a f/ck from the startDiplo wants to set something straight about the newly crowned World’s Most Beautiful Woman and one of her most anthemic girl-power tracks. (No, don’t worry, “Single Ladies” is safe). Apparently “Run the World (Girls)” started out as one big ha-ha between the song’s co-producer and everyone’s new favorite Tumblrer.
“I still think a lot of people don’t even realize where that song came from,” Diplo said in an interview with his sometime employer the BBC. “That song never really had a push. It was a joke song we did. Kind of like a funny joke kind of song.”
Emphasis on kind of. Given the fact that a playful snippet of the track leaked in April of last year, before the song was officially announced, and considering how wonderfully left-field that Major Lazer “Pon de Floor” sample sounded on a Beyoncé single at first, Diplo’s claims make some sense. The video, nevertheless, was straight-up fierce (and so was her Billboard Music Awards performance of the song).
http://www.spin.com/2012/05/diplo-beyon ... rted-joke/