Once upon a time, in a hot-pink pop paradise far away, with ice cream skies, there was a rate started by @D.F.P. This rate was to be dedicated to the divine Alicia Keys, queen of the piano, queen of amazing songs, queen of everything. A recent immigrate to this pop paradise was @Heaven on Earth who, while not being the biggest Alicia Keys fan and honestly wouldn’t have come up with the idea to host this rate, adored quite a number of songs and, being the eager newbie and an avid music lover, wanted to participate to honor the Woman of the Hour. After a nerve-wracking, last-minute rating session, this divine person got his scores in. Like any other member of the Rating Guild, experienced or not, he prayed for the songs he loved to do well and trembled in anticipation of seeing which will stand tall above the rest. Finally, the day of the reckoning came and the trumpets prepared to blast. Much to the crowd’s surprise, only a weak note came out from all those trumpets. The Alicia Keys rate was in trouble as the music that had kept @D.F.P. functioning flatlined. To this day, no one is sure what has happened and sincerely pray for the wonderful host’s safe return. But before the mysterious disappearance, a note was left behind, detailing the first seven songs to be revealed. It was on the basis of this that that brave newcomer @Heaven on Earth decided to dedicate some of his time away from the upcoming Annie discography rate and host this. What could go wrong? It seems that there is a curse placed upon the hosts for this rate. Maybe due to the Queen’s fury that more people didn’t vote in this like she deserved, she placed a curse on this. After all, karma is karma. Or maybe part of the curse that affected @D.F.P. has somewhat leaked onto @Heaven on Earth. Well, whatever the karma may be, it should know that we’re dealing with someone who doesn’t give up easily. Even though he needs to get the scores and commentaries done like yesterday for @Ironheade's sure-to-be-iconic ’90s Billboard #1’s rate and @constantino's already insane Alt Pop Girls rate, he’ll fix his schedule around just to make sure “Karma” gets what it deserves. And, now, what do you say we make this a success?