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    Updated on Apr 24, 2020. Posted on Apr 24, 2020

    20 Photos That Show How Famous Musicians Have Changed (or Haven't) Throughout Their Careers

    This is what success looks like, people.

    1. Selena Gomez in "Tell Me Something I Don't Know" (2008) and "Boyfriend" (2020).

    Razor & Tie / Interscope

    2. Justin Bieber in "One Time" (2009) and "Yummy" (2019).

    Island Records / Def Jam Records

    3. Ariana Grande in "Put Your Hearts Up" (2011) and "Don't Call Me Angel" (2019).

    Republic Records

    4. Beyonce in "No, No, No Part 1" (1998) and "APES**T" (2018).

    Columbia / Roc Nation

    5. Demi Lovato in "Get Back" (2008) and "I Love Me" (2020).

    Hollywood / Island

    6. Harry Styles in "What Makes You Beautiful" (2011) and "Adore You" (2019).

    Syco / Columbia

    7. The Weeknd in "Wicked Games" (2012) and "Until I Bleed Out" (2020).

    XO

    8. Jennifer Lopez in "Baila" (1999) and "Medicine" (2019).

    Work Group / Hitco

    9. Miley Cyrus in "Start All Over" (2007) and "Don't Call Me Angel" (2019).

    Hollywood Records / Republic Records

    10. Cardi B in "Cheap Ass Weave" (2015) and "Press" (2019).

    Atlantic Records

    11. Taylor Swift in "Tim McGraw" (2006) and "Lover" (2019).

    Big Machine / Republic Records

    12. Lady Gaga in "Just Dance" (2008) and "Always Remember Us This Way" (2018).

    Interscope Records

    13. Drake in "Replacement Girl" (2007) and "War" (2019).

    OVO Sound

    14. Nick Jonas in "Mandy" (2006) and "Lonely" (2019).

    Columbia

    15. Rihanna in "Pon de Replay" (2005) and "Lemon" (2017).

    Def Jam / Columbia

    16. Kanye West in "Jesus Walks" (2004) and "I Love It" (2018).

    Def Jam

    17. Katy Perry in "Ur So Gay" (2007) and "Harleys in Hawaii" (2019).

    Capitol Records

    18. Adam Levine in "Soap Disco" (1997) and "Memories" (2019).

    Reprise / Interscope

    19. Shawn Mendes in "Life of the Party" (2014) and "Señorita" (2019).

    Island Records

    20. Britney Spears in "...Baby One More Time" (1998) and "Slumber Party" (2016).

    Jive Records / RCA

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