While you discuss and kind of patronising her about her career. The third world country born megastar who has achieved more than anyone could imagine and its been succesful globally since fifteen years ago. Having two of biggest hits of the past 20 years worlwide and many of the biggest hits in the latin market in the past two decade is still compeeting with youngers popstars and is the fifth peron in the world with more views in youtube.... While you discuss if she can sing or not.... she .."va caminando en un mar de hojas secas, vuelan los angeles sobre berlin van entonando junto a ella un aleluya mientras la lluvia cae dentro de vosotros."
I am ok with you saying i dont like that song... wasnt her best performance, id like her to dance more... there is a line between critizising her and making arrogant judgments... "taking singing lessons" im stil shocked
AND I WANT ALL THE REAL FANS (which means fanatic ) TO STAND UP AND FIGHT BACK ALL THiS COMMENTS
We have a Kaleshi so lets be her Dragons...
Hey, if she changes my mind after the album that will be step one. And if she then does 100% on tour, then I will believe in her again.
She hasn't delivered her best in YEARS. I respect what she has done, but I can't drool over Whenever, Wherever forever.
And I am sorry if I lost my passion for her, but it's because she seems to have lost passion for music. I would like to believe that's not true, but there is no evidence to prove me wrong as of now. Maybe El Dorado will blow my mind and by all means I hope it does, but until then I reflect on what we have received in recent years.
I cannot be a super fan of something that is not as good as it used to be.
No one is making arrogant judgement. I happen to be talented for music and I can hear when singing is or isn't good. And why is taking singing lessons an offense?
Being a fanatic is a much greater insult, as believing blindly in something without room for objectivity is a serious character flaw.