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    Why y’all praising Billie with bringing Olivia down. This is so annoying. I’m also tired of this basic and generic stuff. Billie is original as Olivia is original. They are both making 2000’s sad emo/punk girl shit. Stop.

    There really is nothing “punk” about either of them, even pop-punk. Olivia is like a slightly unhinged Taylor Swift meets Tidal era Fiona (which is her most drab and commercial album). And Billie is like a sedated Lorde meets Grimes. Not at all “punk” and only really “emo” in vibe.

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    Billie has a very impressive record at the Grammys. Like, she’s one of the only few people in recent years who’s loved by the voters enough to be garlanded with AOTY again. Last year, people were hesitant to predict her in ROTY because she’d just won the year prior but voters clearly disagreed!

    But for now, with the positive acclaim and all, she’s definitely getting in atleast.

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    Sleepier than Ever judging by the previews online. I’ll wait until Monday to let it sit in.

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    I don’t know who “they” are. But there may be several songs on Sour that fit anywhere into “pop-punk”. Everything beyond those songs are ballads and soft-rock. Avril was never even “pop-punk”. That was just her early aesthetic. She was pure pop and pop-rock. Nothing really “punk” at all besides wearing a tie and be a fake badass. If Avril is “pop-punk” then so is Pink. Her music never matched that pop-punk placement. While Billie is definitely no where near “punk”. Not a single song she’s made has been close to “pop-punk”. And outside of being “sad white girls”, Billie and Olivia’s music doesn’t really fit into the “emo brand”. Some of Billie’s music I guess could be viewed as emo-pop or emo-electro-pop. And the girls don’t much of anything like each other.

    I’m not a big fan of either. But we can’t just throw every popular “sad white girl” over the past twenty years in the same bubble.

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    Billie wasn’t punk, she was more like an emo-ish. Avril considered as a pop-punk singer. Pink is more of a pop-rock.

    I’m just not seeing Olivia as being “pop-punk”. Even her few more “rock-ish” songs aren’t that close to “pop-punk” and don’t sound much like Avril. But my biggest point is Billie and Olivia don’t sound alike at all. They both make “sad white girl” music and are popular at this moment. But their voices, songwriting approaches and productions aren’t really comparable. So, I don’t get throwing them in same bubble. You can think they’re generic or basic (which they kinda are, especially Olivia). But they’re also very different artists so far in their careers.

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    Happier than Ever started with 87 on Metacritic. It’s a good start

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    Happier Than Ever title track is a beast of a song. wow wow wow wow wow wow wow wow wow

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    Maybe Billie Eilish didnt deserve any of her past grammys, but Happier than ever (song) does deserve SOTY/ROTY, that song is spectacular. Serving Radiohead vibes like a queen.

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    HTE might be objectively better than SOUR but it doesn’t have much commercial appeal and Billie set a very high standard with her debut. Which is gonna be extremely hard to reach or replicate. Olivia is in a favourable position rn because SOUR, while very successful, isn’t a groundbreaking landmark in pop music. It’s cute but that’s about it. Even if she improves the slightest in her soph era, she’d be lauded for it.

    Agree. That’s exactly what I meant about Sour being “generic” and it didn’t equal to “bad” at all.

    However, I think Sour still has a better shot at winning any pop-field Grammys than HTE does due to its massive debut success.

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