Well I've been reading many articles about this singer and actually really nothing has went wrong. She just had her major spotlight and now it went a little dim but she still has her main core fan base especially in Japan and China actually. She still has many fans in other countries too but she doesn't have a whole lot of fans in America as she did back in 2002. What are the reasons who really knows cuz everybody has different reasons about why they change artist for why they don't like this artist no more just like she grew up people's tastes have changed. She is still a viable artist with...
Here's my ideas for 31 Candles: Avril Lavigne's Unforgettable Moments.
1. She's from Canada
2. Late 90s/early 00s is full of nostalgia
4. Complicated, the one that started it all
5. The Matrix
6. Let Go, Avril's first album
7. Avril on TRL
8. He was a boy, she was a girl
9. I'm With You
10. Avril won a nomination on MTV VMAs
11. Avril received 8 Grammy nominations
12. Fans loved the first two albums
In my last articles, I talked about why Avril Lavigne needs to make an album without any bratty songs for next year and why Avril Lavigne needs to resign Sony Music Entertainment and moved to Universal Music Records.
As you may know that Avril Lavigne has dominated the music department in 2002 with Let Go and its 3 number 1 singles, Complicated, Sk8er Boi and I’m With You. Plus, Losing Grip with is her most serious song of all her Let Go era songs even though Losing Grip doesn’t do great in the charts and the music video released on the awful 2003 date instead of a very good...
You know something? This reminds me of something. I think Avril Lavigne needs to resign Sony Music Entertainment because Sony Music Entertainment can’t stand Avril Lavigne and Sony Music Entertainment only wants big names and RCA like Beyonce. That’s all Sony Music Entertainment does, big names and RCA. You see, Avril Lavigne only appeals early 2000s and Asia. It does not appeal Avril Lavigne materials in general like Under my Skin (despite the album sold well and fans love it). Worse, Sony Music Entertainment refuse to get familiar with Avril Lavigne after her career was just getting...
Hey there, Avril Lavigne readers. I’ll be talking about a new Avril Lavigne album for next year. As you may know that 2010s is a very difficult decade for Avril Lavigne. Avril Lavigne making new music still only have bratty songs and Japan. America hates Avril Lavigne like Girlfriend. Fans still only like Let Go/Under My Skin and Avril Lavigne is huge in the public still only have Let Go era/Girlfriend. Arista is gone. Sony Music is moving away from Avril Lavigne and only wants big names and RCA like Britney Spears and Miley Cyrus respectively. RCA/Epic Records ruined Avril Lavigne songs...
I will all of you that I think MTV VMA wants Avril Lavigne appearing on MTV VMA back.
Last year, Avril Lavigne gives props to Miley Cyrus’s VMA Performance and claims that she’s young & expressing herself. Let's not forget Miley Cyrus performing her awful We Can't Stop with Robin Thicke after he sings his overrated Blurred Lines. Stupid Blurred Lines and We Can't Stop. Let's continue.
It’s what everyone’s talking about since MTV aired its infamous Video Music Awards last year about Miley Cyrus‘s provocative and edgy...
Hello, Little Black Stars. It’s time to talk about why rock music stations needs to play Avril Lavigne songs. I hope you enjoy it.
Now, as you may know that pop music stations are getting tired of Avril Lavigne. So what we need for Avril Lavigne is move her music to rock music stations this year that way pop music can finally get out of Avril Lavigne for good.
So in order for rock radio to play Avril Lavigne, here’s a good suggestion, never ever play Girlfriend, What The Hell or Hello Kitty on rock radio. That means, Girlfriend or Goodbye Lullaby singles like...
As you all know that we spent a weekend listening to only Avril Lavigne albums to figure out where it all went wrong.
It’s hardly surprising when a pop star becomes a punchline. A life in the public eye is challenging at the best of times, let alone in a digital age when scorn and mockery are easy tactics to cope with mass culture’s persistent attempts to tell us what to buy/consume/listen to. Some pop stars manage to rebound from the jokes; others get buried under them.