Discussion in 'Pop & Justice' started by Robert, Jun 25, 2018.
History would say otherwise!
NOT the cursed Papa John's promo for Red!
I did appreciate my Samsung sponsored free copy of Anti, though.
Now I know my Lord Miss Swift loves herself a bundle, but the Papa John's promo only gave her 8k extra sales.
Not to divert too far off topic but I’m not sure Ed is a relevant comparison here when we’re talking about US sales. Streaming isn’t the reason Ed only did 118K first week (which is roughly equivalent to Selena Gomez’s last album), when there are plenty of people who still pull much more than that in the US effortlessly.
The key change in Can’t Be Together…
ATRL is currently imploding and I am living for the mess. I will be even more perched when 1989 (TV) drops as no doubt she'll try everything in her power to grab as close to a milly as she can....the music industry, I fear.
Debating whether or not I should listen to this since I've never listened to an Adele album before.
I think we’ve found the last person on earth to have not heard 21.
Fair, but I do know four of the singles dddd.
The "Women On The Edge" section
Oh My God is a future #1 smash. It grows and grows.
Weirdly enough, it reminds me of the group Jungle.
Easy on me
can I get (should be a single)
To be loved (would work as a single with some edits).
The rest of the tracks I tend to skip. Oh my god is alright, and appreciate the different beat, but something is missing.
Easy on Me, Oh My God, Can I Get It & I Drink Wine (Radio Edit) would be the ideal single run for this era.
Don’t let this be your first Adele album nn.
So what was it, were you getting a free pizza when buying Red? or a free Red when buying a pizza?
On who’s album are these 10 songs you speak of? They aren’t on this.
Billboard is 1,250 premium audio streams, 3,750 ad-supported streams, or 3,750 video streams are equal to one album unit. So, that’s why a lot of artists mainly artists based in the US or main market is there and in particular hip hop are making massive albums to get a better charting album.
Roughly 0.7% of its US opening week. A true victory for good music over bad pizza.
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