or panini, like hugo said once.TheRealest wrote:Bitches stay pressed
I call em a space bar
Welcome back sisShorty wrote:Yo guys
I'm back! (again lol) I know I'm so in and out these days it's ridiculous but ya know, my life has been up and down what with the hit and run and all. But good news! I'm like 85% back to normal!!! I've been at physio since July and I can finally use my right arm again
It does ultimately mean I've wasted the entire second half of 2017 cos I couldn't work, but what can you do?
My 2018 is gonna be a lot better I just know it. Already got plans in place to go to New Orleans for Wrestlemania 34 so woo!
Also this place has changed a bit, quick reply box added since I was last here
She’s even less respected than Mariah.biscuits wrote:Janet's the most respected of those aging divas now
spiritboy wrote:Some of you guys act like Madonna's having great success these days. Her album sales decline, she can't score a hit single and for the first time in ages, Madonna didn't have the top grossing female tour. Let's not downplay other artists just because they aren't performing as good as they used to be.
As far as sales go, Céline Dion is the most consistent diva. She has French and Canada markets to fall back to and those two markets will ensure she'll sell 500k of her next English album. Madonna won't score another 1 million selling album imo, her albums are frontloaded and she can't have hit songs to give the album legs anymore. Mariah has no one but herself to blame for the situation of her career. She was huge in Europe during Music Box era and if she kept on touring there, she could've guaranteed herself some success for her later albums. Janet is pretty irrelevant at this point, the only market she does good is America. She should focus on that market.
At the end of the day these ladies all had enormous success and longevity that acts like Katy Perry and Lady Gaga can only dream of.
Britney's Glory received 71/100 on metacritic , she's definately less respected than Celine Dion is. Metacritic doesn't reflect respect, it just reflects critical feedback for one specific album.DOSSOME wrote:Please doMrLeonix wrote: I could provide you examples of less respected artists that have received higher scores on metacritic than those.
So what criteria do you use to determine Respect?MrLeonix wrote:Britney's Glory received 71/100 on metacritic , she's definately less respected than Celine Dion is. Metacritic doesn't reflect respect, it just reflects critical feedback for one specific album.DOSSOME wrote:Please doMrLeonix wrote: I could provide you examples of less respected artists that have received higher scores on metacritic than those.
I think it depends because I feel like every musical genre has different meassures for respect, for example, if you want to gain respect in the hip hop community you gotta get street credibility, if you want respect in the Rock or Alternative world your talent is what matters ...... However in the Pop scene your reputation and longevity influence a lot in the amount of respect you may end receiving. Its not a coincidence that the divas that always get the most respect tend to have a perfect reputation in the way they've managed their careers (Beyonce, Celine, Adele, Madonna, etc). Longevity also seems to be a variant of respect in the pop world.DOSSOME wrote:So what criteria do you use to determine Respect?