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Guess Who The Top Selling Female Artist of the Decade Is…

Posted by Media Outrage on February 18, 2010

There can only be one.  So guess who takes the title for top-selling female artist of the decade…. Click Here.

23 Responses to “Guess Who The Top Selling Female Artist of the Decade Is…”

  1. Ms. E said

    Beyounda..right?

  2. Ms. Behave™ said

    Guess Who The Top SLUTTING Female Artist of the Decade Is … (((Gasp))) Surprise😯 Beyonce!!!

    Head bobbing – P*ssy popping – Cl*t Dropping… Artist of the Century!

  3. MissTX said

    I’m sure it’s you guys friend Beyonce.

  4. Marathon_Man said

    I wouldn’t have guessed Bey. I would have thought Alicia sold more albums in the last 10 years.

  5. Ms. E said

    Shakira?! Oh GTFOH..she sounds like she’s been chain smoking for years!! Even RiRi sounds better than Shakira!!

    • Ms. Behave™ said

      _____Flatline________

      Ms. E, they’re just teasing me for defending shakira the other day. Chain smoking? really? hahahaha. Hey *holding up hands* i NEVER said she was an opera singer, hate to say this, but yeah even riri sounds better with her ‘5 cats masturbating on a tin sheet roof’ voice lolol. *hangs head in shame*

  6. Tha Realist said

    That shit ain’t nothing but more hype. How much Mathew pay for this lye. I can’t stand these paid off blogs. Brittany Spears sold way more albums. And tour Gross more as well. So when yall are paid to lie. There is ways to get the true facts.

    Anyway
    Letoya Luckett is way more better than this old broad. Tell beyawnce choochie poppin self to sit the hell down.

    PLus Letoya got a hottter man Keston Karter

  7. ucanb2 said

    I figured that… her PR deserves a huge bonus.

  8. Kingston said

    Wow. I would have never guess Yawnce, I thought it was Britney or Mariah. Anyway, good for her.

  9. MaliaMalia LOVES MO said

    LOL @ above comments lol

  10. Kanyade said

    Her PR team is on point this week. And last week. And all weeks.

    Did they really count her DC sales too?

    How is that ‘fair’………………for solo female…..someone clarify this please.

    Congrats to her. *yawn* Tomorrow’s poll will reveal she’s the greatest in the past two decades and three and four and the past century! Just watch. More polls; more unnecessary charts. This kind of stuff is only important to her…and I guess her business contracts/contacts. Do fans really care? *kanye shrug*

  11. Well there’s a shocker…. did anybody else come close to out selling her???? Aint she supposed to be on break or sum sh!t, but knowing her this is a break. Trying to out sell Bey is like tryin to find a song without Lil Wayne or a remix w/o Young Money.

  12. Nina said

    I don’t believe it.

  13. Nina said

    20 Fun and Fast Facts in Black History

    Fact #1
    Elijah McCoy (1843 – 1929) invented an automatic lubricator for oiling steam engines in 1872. The term “the real McCoy” is believed to be a reference about the reliability of Elijah McCoy’s invention.

    Fact #2
    Garrett Augustus Morgan (1877 – 1963) invented, among many other things, a 3-way automatic stop sign, which he sold to General Electric for $40,000. It was used in the U.S. until the 3-light traffic sign was developed.

    Fact #3
    Otis Boykin (1920 -1982) invented electronic control devices for guided missiles, IBM computers, and the control unit for a pacemaker.

    Fact #4
    George Carruthers (1939 – ) invented the far ultraviolet electrographic camera, used in the 1972 Apollo 16 mission. This invention revealed new features of Earth’s far-outer atmosphere and deep-space objects from the perspective of the lunar surface. Carruthers was inducted into the National Inventor’s Hall of Fame in 2003.

    Fact #5
    James West’s (1931 – ) research in sound technology led to the development of foil-electret transducers used in 90% of all microphones built today and in most new telephones being manufactured. West holds 47 U.S. and more than 200 foreign patents on microphones and techniques for making polymer foil-electrets. He was inducted into the National Inventor’s Hall of Fame in 1999.

    Fact #6
    Mark Dean (1957 – ) along with his co-inventor Dennis Moelle created a microcomputer system with bus control means for peripheral processing devices. This invention allows the use of computer plug-ins like disk drives, speakers, scanners, etc…

    Fact #7
    George T. Sampson invented a clothes dryer that used heat from a stove in 1892.

    Fact #8
    Frederick Jones (1892 – 1961) held over 60 patents with most of them pertaining to refrigeration. His portable air conditioner was used in World War II to preserve medicine and blood serum.

    Fact #9
    Granville Woods (1856 – 1910) invented numerous devices relating to the railroad including a system of overhead electric conducting lines, air brakes and a telegraph system that allowed communication between moving trains.

    Read Granville Woods’ Biography Fact #10
    Lewis Temple (1800 – 1854) revolutionized the whaling industry with his invention of the toggle harpoon in 1848.

    Fact #11
    Dr. Charles Drew (1904 – 1950) discovered techniques to store blood and developed blood banks.

    Fact #12
    Thomas J. Martin patented a fire extinguisher in 1872.

    Fact #13
    Jan Ernst Matzeliger (1852 – 1889) invented the Shoe Lasting machine, which connected the upper part of the shoe to the sole, a painstaking process that was usually done by hand. This invention revolutionized the shoe making industry.

    Fact #14
    Lewis Howard Latimer invented the carbon filament for light bulbs in 1881.

    Fact #15
    Joseph Winters invented a fire escape ladder in 1878.

    Fact #16
    Lonnie G. Johnson (1949 – ), an engineer who performed spacecraft system design for NASA, invented the Super Soaker water gun – the number one selling toy in America in 1991.

    Fact #17
    Alexander Miles of Duluth, Minnesota patented an electric elevator in 1887 with automatic doors that would close off the shaft way, thus making elevators safer.

    Fact #18
    Andrew Jackson Beard (1849 – 1921) invented the “Jenny Coupler” which allowed train cars to hook themselves together when they are bumped into one another. The device is still used today.

    Fact #19
    John Love invented the pencil sharpener in 1897.

    Fact #20
    Sarah E. Goode (1850 – ? ) invented a bed that folded up into a cabinet in 1885. Contrary to popular belief, she was not the first African-American woman to receive a patent, but the second.

    • Ms. Behave™ said

      ‘Fast Facts’ – yeah, but what’s so ‘Fun’ about it😐 … seriously, im not laughing yet…

      • Nina said

        Here we go again…Ms. Behave starting something. Are you a fan of mine or something? We can be pen pals if you like – NOT!

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