crazycrazy wrote:Well I'm pretty sure in the UK at least females have dominated for a long time, especially singles wise.
NothingFails wrote:Females have been dominating since the mid to late 80s in the US.
I stand corrected, then. It's just that when I was growing up, it was mainly male artists I heard on the radio. How arrogant of me to assume that that was the case everywhere!
Titan3510 wrote:Uh-uh...nope. Sorry. Not accepting that, Akini.
My problem isn't with female empowerment songs. Every once and a while, they're okay.
It's just the overload that I've been getting is cheap and played-out.
Tawdry. Tasteless. Unpleasant. Janky. Garish. Insincere. Meretricious. Ratchet.
Need I go on?
And to make matters worse, the cheesy female empowerment anthems having nothing to do with the music industry at large.
It's all about "girl, do you." "Shawty got her own." "My chick can do this and that and that over there too."
So I don't know what you're talking about.
The power of a thesaurus!
So, I guess what you're saying is that you hate the overload of female empowerment anthems by women as well as
So, as Bey said, "Who run the world? Girls."
That's funny...I haven't seen Beyonce running much of anything in a long time...#clapback
Now, even you've
gotta admit that that was a low blow!
But Bey will be back to wig-snatching form her next era. No doubt about it.
Timmy94 wrote:But it must be said that it's the first time that there are just 2 male artists in the top 10 since July 2005, so I wouldn't standarize it iiwy...
Recently, though, females have been dominating the charts. Compare the success of Taylor, Rihanna, Katy, and Gaga over the past 3-4 years with their male contemporaries. There's a stark difference.
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