Artists can reuse the same concept/sound, it's NOT a bad thing.

I wasn't expecting this thread to get so long before I could reply to you, but I honestly see what you're saying. I do see how saying that isn't the best way to look at things, so I apologize for that. I'm not saying it isn't okay to have an opinion. However, when that opinion is elevated further into downing an artist's efforts by saying more that just "I don't like this or that" and into, "It was a mistake for her career" or something along those lines, it does become a problem. I guess I should have clarified the specific comments I was referring to because reading back, it was quite generalized.

Making comments and having opinions is not a bad thing, just to restate. It is when an artists efforts and time are downplayed because at the end of the day, just because you didn't like the comeback. Which, again, I should've clarified what specific opinions I was making this post in regards to, again, fault on me.

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