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her personality reminds me of someone on here.
Afro.
screaming

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That lew quote honestly took me owt

“Drais perfectly put it”

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"some of the gorls"

be honest glock - its just YOU who's really got on my nerves about this.
intentionally, might i add.

don't include everyone else. that was a you and me issue hun.

its YOU

lol.
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Me. lol
Just fucking ME.


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u made it clear that u dont like being called "sis" on here
(i saw you correcting someone on that just last night actually)

even though its pretty much part of the bsource language , that is actually used as a term of endearment on many occasions

but cannot understand or absorb the idea of someone else being irked by a member addressing them a certain way on here - regardless of intent.

"not the place for u! ur not strong enough!"

sis, its YOU. bye.
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Grandpa & I


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Me. lol
Just fucking ME.


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"some of the gorls"

be honest glock - its just YOU who's really got on my nerves about this.
intentionally, might i add.

don't include everyone else. that was a you and me issue hun.

its YOU

lol.
U just got into it with bent and Jayden around this same behavior
Go back to the post that really made u cry and hurt ur feelings
You’ll see how ridiculous and sensitive you’re being about Nicki M  :plzstop:
Someone that u admitted to only liking her looks

 :plzstop:
U do this same pattern with everyone
Next week it will be Sle or Drais..
Then after that Taron or Lonz

YOURE IN TOO DEEP

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Cardi's team working overtime with the payola, it seems



I Like It #1 on Today's Top Hits, Be Careful #10 on Today's Top Hits


the songs are fire
There is no ‘yola hun


Hun, the labels pay Spotify so that a song can be #1 on their playlists (especially a playlist as big as Today's Top Hits)


post proof or keep it on the playground



Here's the receipts bruv

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Recent comments from Warner Music Group CEO Stephen Cooper all-but-confirm those lingering suspicions.  “In the past it was about radio play, weekly charts and sales — now it’s a minute-by-minute battle for people’s time and attention,” Cooper told Billboard in an interview this week.

“So playlisting is one of the big reasons why artists need record labels today.”

Strangely, it was Billboard itself that exposed the racket a few months ago, with information about inside operators, pay-for-play price tags, and other dirty aspects of modern-day payola.  “Spots on many of the largest Spotify playlists are already controlled by the three major music companies, which each own a branded property that curates playlists of many styles and genres,” asserted Billboard journalist Glenn Peoples in a piece sharply critical of the practice and its major label controllers.

Peoples even cited sources inside the major labels to affirm that payola — for playlists — definitely exists. “Pay for play ‘is definitely ­happening,’ claims a major label marketing executive, one of several who say that popular playlists can and have been bought,” People wrote.

Welcome to ‘playlist payola,’ the modern-day equivalent to old school payoffs of radio station deejays.  And just like the old days, there are specific prices for spins.  Peoples cited a source stating “$2,000 for a playlist with tens of thousands of fans,” up to to “$10,000 for the more well-followed playlists”.

https://www.billboard.com/biz/articles/news/record-labels/7370414/music-isnt-a-commodity-warner-music-ceo-stephen-cooper-on


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u made it clear that u dont like being called "sis" on here
(i saw you correcting someone on that just last night actually)

even though its pretty much part of the bsource language , that is actually used as a term of endearment on many occasions


yet I’m not gonna cry or beef with girls here over that  :plzstop:
It’s the nature of b source  :kii:

Just like poking fun at girls clinging on to other artist while their faves is on hiatus

You’re the issue here
Apologize for allowing it to get that deep to u and move on
But I’m not allowing u to move on until you to correct or at least acknowledge this behavior  :dead:

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And iman does that rile me up..
Just like I do when I call her a dyke :dead:

But GRASP

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Cardi's team working overtime with the payola, it seems



I Like It #1 on Today's Top Hits, Be Careful #10 on Today's Top Hits


the songs are fire
There is no ‘yola hun


Hun, the labels pay Spotify so that a song can be #1 on their playlists (especially a playlist as big as Today's Top Hits)


post proof or keep it on the playground



Here's the receipts bruv

Quote
Recent comments from Warner Music Group CEO Stephen Cooper all-but-confirm those lingering suspicions.  “In the past it was about radio play, weekly charts and sales — now it’s a minute-by-minute battle for people’s time and attention,” Cooper told Billboard in an interview this week.

“So playlisting is one of the big reasons why artists need record labels today.”

Strangely, it was Billboard itself that exposed the racket a few months ago, with information about inside operators, pay-for-play price tags, and other dirty aspects of modern-day payola.  “Spots on many of the largest Spotify playlists are already controlled by the three major music companies, which each own a branded property that curates playlists of many styles and genres,” asserted Billboard journalist Glenn Peoples in a piece sharply critical of the practice and its major label controllers.

Peoples even cited sources inside the major labels to affirm that payola — for playlists — definitely exists. “Pay for play ‘is definitely ­happening,’ claims a major label marketing executive, one of several who say that popular playlists can and have been bought,” People wrote.

Welcome to ‘playlist payola,’ the modern-day equivalent to old school payoffs of radio station deejays.  And just like the old days, there are specific prices for spins.  Peoples cited a source stating “$2,000 for a playlist with tens of thousands of fans,” up to to “$10,000 for the more well-followed playlists”.

https://www.billboard.com/biz/articles/news/record-labels/7370414/music-isnt-a-commodity-warner-music-ceo-stephen-cooper-on



Where is proof that Bardi did this?

I NEED SPECIFICS LUV

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Recent comments from Warner Music Group CEO Stephen Cooper all-but-confirm those lingering suspicions.  “In the past it was about radio play, weekly charts and sales — now it’s a minute-by-minute battle for people’s time and attention,” Cooper told Billboard in an interview this week.

“So playlisting is one of the big reasons why artists need record labels today.”

Strangely, it was Billboard itself that exposed the racket a few months ago, with information about inside operators, pay-for-play price tags, and other dirty aspects of modern-day payola.  “Spots on many of the largest Spotify playlists are already controlled by the three major music companies, which each own a branded property that curates playlists of many styles and genres,” asserted Billboard journalist Glenn Peoples in a piece sharply critical of the practice and its major label controllers.

Peoples even cited sources inside the major labels to affirm that payola — for playlists — definitely exists. “Pay for play ‘is definitely ­happening,’ claims a major label marketing executive, one of several who say that popular playlists can and have been bought,” People wrote.

Welcome to ‘playlist payola,’ the modern-day equivalent to old school payoffs of radio station deejays.  And just like the old days, there are specific prices for spins.  Peoples cited a source stating “$2,000 for a playlist with tens of thousands of fans,” up to to “$10,000 for the more well-followed playlists”.

https://www.billboard.com/biz/articles/news/record-labels/7370414/music-isnt-a-commodity-warner-music-ceo-stephen-cooper-on


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Zaxbi where is Bardi mentioned?

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Glock when did I say Cardi is using her own money?  :dead: I specifically used that article to prove that Atlantic/Warner are using payola to put her songs at the top of damn near every Spotify/Apple Music playlist.

You're clearly just trying to ignore the facts.

Can't say I'm surprised.


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Been gone so i haven't kept up.  Is nicki's mess still #1 on 'tunes?
youve been undoubtedly lurking. u know lol

swamped!
The way u leap frogged over my question, I'll take that as a no :kii:
Im no fan of Brandy's until she gives me a reason to be. Release the fckn album and we'll SEE!
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I’ll upd’ on everything else as well lol
Most girls behaved how they usually do :ohwow:
ssddddddddddssdsddxddddddddddddddd
Are u saying Afro was prematurely overjoyed and now eggs are sizzling in the skillet and being plated up?
And now he’s “into it” with some of the girls over it  :plzstop:

U know the usual
sdsdddddddddddddddssssssddddddddd
So another day on bsource, got it
Im no fan of Brandy's until she gives me a reason to be. Release the fckn album and we'll SEE!
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Zabi is dragging in here and providing FAX.

 :ack: