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Name: Terna
Country: Nigeria
Mariah Carey is my favorite artist ever. Fave Era - The Emancipation of Mimi
Billboard top female artist (91,360) by Terna from Nigeria
(Friday 15 November 2019; 21:45)
This is a big deal and it had the haters all in their feelings. Lol. Who cares though? Billboard is all about the statistics and the numbers don't lie period. Mariah's getting her flowers.
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Re: St John the Divine (91,281) (91,285) by Terna from Nigeria
(Wednesday 6 November 2019; 02:03)
You know damn well that's my least favorite Mariah Carey song ever. Haha.
Ps: Get on your nerves. Come on now K, don't do me like that. Lol. It's just that it's one thing getting all that negativity from regular folk, I don't mind that, have grown thick skin to that. But it's another getting it from people who claim to be with her since day one and yet have absolutely nothing good nor positive to say about her. Heck they don't even respect her as a human being first of all, then as a grown woman and an artist who has survived this cutthroat industry almost 30 years and is still thriving. I see Mariah Carey as family and with family, when someone comes for them, you punch first and ask questions later. Lol.
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Eric the webmaster (91,280) by Terna from Nigeria
(Tuesday 5 November 2019; 19:30)
Where's my reply to the silly cartoon [censored]? It wasn't disrespectful in any way, but yet you chose not to post it, meanwhile his post to RJJ talking about wigs and to me talking about mascara and trying to call me "crazy" was blatantly disrespectful and borderline just hateful. You see Eric this is the problem you have, and others have also voiced on here multiple times; You're biased and your so called rules don't apply to everyone. Yes this may be your website, but we the ones who are the traffic are the life of this place, the least you could do is treat everyone equally with respect.
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Re: St John the Divine (91,267) (91,271) by Terna from Nigeria
(Tuesday 5 November 2019; 13:08)
What? *waves scissors for that ponytail*
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Re: St John the Divine (91,253) (91,268) by Terna from Nigeria
(Tuesday 5 November 2019; 01:06)
Maybe I had had enough of his bullsh*t, feeble jabs and irritating sarcasm.
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Re: Difference of opinion (91,259) (91,265) by Terna from Nigeria
(Tuesday 5 November 2019; 00:29)
Now here is someone who gets it. Look at the intent behind the messages [censored] guised as opinions.
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Re: St John the Divine (91,240) (91,244) by Terna from Nigeria
(Monday 4 November 2019; 13:26)
It must be a chore relating with you in real life. You are part of the trolls here even though you won't readily admit that. Must always find something to nit pick or be unsatisfied with, Why can't you just be grateful that particular performance many lambs wished for years on end, has finally seen the light of day You just have to be the negative Nancy on this message board you and your coven. And don't get me started on your wack sarcasm you seem to think is funny, I hate to break it you; it's not (all caps).

Ps: If bragging about thumbs up on your silly message is a thing to you then that just validates what RJJ said about your sorry existence in real life. Quit seeking validation online Mr.
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Re: Vision of love (91,128) (91,138) by Terna from Nigeria
(Wednesday 23 October 2019; 15:43)
Except no one's laughing at the so called joke. I didn't find it funny when you conjured it up the first time, and this time it's just stale and rather irritating. You stay trying to make fetch happen, it's not gonna happen. So much for a "jest".
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Re: Vision of love (91,126) (91,137) by Terna from Nigeria
(Wednesday 23 October 2019; 15:27)
*singing* "We are Lambily, I got all my Lambies with me."
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Miss You Most (At Christmas Time). (90,868) by Terna from Nigeria
(Saturday 21 September 2019; 01:30)
There's something about this song that just takes me there and puts me in a really good mood. It was the first song I heard from "Merry Christmas", I had no idea there even was a Christmas album but I think it's the way I first heard it that made such an impression. I watched the video at the same time I heard the song for the first time. It was Christmas day around 2:00 am can't recall the year, late 90's most likely 1999. I was alone watching late night music videos. "Last Christmas" by 'Wham" had just played and then the next song that came on was a Mariah Carey song one I had never heard before, and it was a Christmas song on Christmas Day. Oh the Joy. Lol. Didn't even realize it was a sad song until much later. Haha. I was a new Lamb then and boy was it an event to discover a new Mariah record from her already vast body of work even then. Somehow Mariah songs or performances always seemed to come on every time I was alone watching TV.
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In The Mix (90,846) by Terna from Nigeria
(Wednesday 18 September 2019; 11:48)
This song has theme song written all over it, and rightfully so. Lol, but in a good way so that it doesn't come across as cheesy or cliche. I like it. Total 80's bop. I guess "Mixed-ish" is set in the 80's. Mariah sounds good.
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Lauryn Hill (90,723) by Terna from Nigeria
(Saturday 31 August 2019; 21:14)
Feels good to hear a new song from her even though she's just featured. Seems music with a message is making a comeback after all.
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Re: MC's tone (90,614) (90,620) by Terna from Nigeria
(Thursday 15 August 2019; 14:24)
I always felt like she sounds better on MOAIA than on E=MC2. That TAOM tour did a little damage and you can hear it in the quality of her voice on E=MC2.
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Old Town Road (90,477) by Terna from Nigeria
(Tuesday 30 July 2019; 18:48)
This is kinda upsetting, but more revealing as to the sorry state of music in general, the younger lost (all caps) generation and the music industry as a whole. What happened to the magic? Where did it up and leave to? Music used to inspire and move people, now it only gives a headache. It's sad. Truly sad. In the next ten years music would be absolute "shite" to put it. Oh Well I'm glad I have my Mariah Carey records.
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Re: Cosmopolitan (90,278) (90,296) by Terna from Nigeria
(Thursday 11 July 2019; 17:46)
Bill seriously? Thirtsy about Damizza? How so? Because everyone knows that song is about Nick Cannon. Why would Mariah suddenly explode over Damizza some 15 years later and write a diss song and a catchy one at that over someone so insignificant in her career? You hear that high note at the end "cos boy you're thirsty" that's emotions stemming from a breakup powering that note. Lol. I got startled listening to the song when it got to the end.
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Two voices (90,215) by Terna from Nigeria
(Saturday 6 July 2019; 21:48)
I stumbled on this on IG. Wow so strange, kinda low key got goosebumps at the harmony part. Would we ever have another Whitney or Mariah in this lifetime?
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Re: Five most iconic Mariah recordings (89,783) (89,811) by Terna from Nigeria
(Sunday 2 June 2019; 17:11)
1. Vision of Love (Has there been any other debut song this powerful since? I doubt anyone else has sung about realizing a dream.)
2. One Sweet Day (If you've ever experienced loss you'll relate to this song.)
3. When You Believe (Two of the greatest vocalists this world would ever know/hear on the perfect duet in my opinion.)
4. All I Want for Christmas is You (Long as there's Christmas, there'll always be Mariah Carey.)
5. We Belong Together (The perfect love song.)
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Slipping Away (89,745) by Terna from Nigeria
(Tuesday 28 May 2019; 03:07)
So we just gonna act like Mariah didn't sing "Slipping Away" a few hours ago. Lol.
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Billboard Icon (89,440) by Terna from Nigeria
(Friday 3 May 2019; 13:38)
Congratulations are in order for Mariah Carey. I loved everything about the performance to the ensemble, looking very classy and seeing the other stars fangirling over this true legend made my heart smile. I still remember when I became a fan a long time ago and the very moment I chose to be unapologetic about my love for Mariah. Years later I'm still very much a Lamb, lol and boy am I so proud of this woman, proud to have come on this journey with her and still support and pray for her and be here for her years later. A true definition of a fighter and a hero. And yes her music has saved my life in so many ways than one. That acceptance speech was everything. When she said we her fans pulled her out of the depths of hell and brought her back, wow I lost it. I felt that in my soul.
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Re: And You Don't Remember and So Blessed (88,995) (89,029) by Terna from Nigeria
(Saturday 6 April 2019; 14:45)
It could be her upper register, but to me it just sounds like a wind instrument too. However Mariah's always had a knack for sneaking in high notes here and there most times very faintly in the background until it sounds like a wind instrument like on "When You Believe" she warbles an adlib before the harmony fade out of the song. Gotta love her. Lol.
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Re: The last karaoke (88,947) (88,955) by Terna from Nigeria
(Tuesday 2 April 2019; 10:47)
How so? It is a ballad now isn't it? Did you listen to Mariah's description of what a ballad means to her? I think that was around the time of the release of "The Ballads" compilation a podcast I believe.
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Re: The last karaoke (88,945) (88,954) by Terna from Nigeria
(Tuesday 2 April 2019; 10:36)
Never said she did, we're fans we know very well that's Brenda's song, that wasn't the point I was trying to make. "Bye bye" is a beautifully written and beautifully sung ballad, you may not like it, but personally I have met many people who aren't into Mariah's music that love that song especially the younger generation.

PS: Calling some of her most profound songs "crap" just makes you come across as unstable and in need of a psych evaluation. Take that negative energy somewhere else.
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Re: The last karaoke (88,936) (88,942) by Terna from Nigeria
(Monday 1 April 2019; 15:02)
So [are] we just [going to] throw away "Through the Rain", "Bye Bye", "Mariah's Theme", "Lead The Way" "When You Believe", "Never Too Far", "I Still Believe", "Right to Dream", "Angel's Cry", "Supernatural" and a bevy of other [ballads] she's written and recorded after Butterfly?
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Re: Daydream (88,865) (88,937) by Terna from Nigeria
(Sunday 31 March 2019; 23:27)
The lack of her usual punch vocally is what turns me off Daydream. I still like the album, but for me there's always been this unsettling feeling as if she's singing with a diminished voice and also singing noticeably outside of her natural range with a little bit of effort. The vocal growls and gritty delivery is totally non existent it's just all resonance and airy girlie cooing. Maybe that's the mood she wanted to go for after all it is titled "Daydream". Lol. Best song to me was and still is "Melt Away" because after that bridge she said [censored] it and unleashed a power belt. And also snuck in some whistle notes.
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Re: Fly Like a Bird acapella (88,805) (88,855) by Terna from Nigeria
(Thursday 28 March 2019; 10:40)
Glad you like it. "Fly Like a Bird" is also one of my absolute favorites off "The Emancipation of Mimi", and in my opinion one of her most powerful vocal performances ever.
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