As predicted in the previous (and first) speculation post, FluttERR ends up the No. 1 song of the week by a landslide, giving Aoshi and Rina-chan their first No. 1 on the Trot 100. In addition, we've got some deja vu going on, as a remix of The Spectacle is No. 9 again, but not the same one...
Sunday, January 31, 2016
Tuesday, January 26, 2016
Aoshi, having cycled away from the mainstream of brony music in recent years, could be proxied right back into the limelight thanks to upcoming chart success. His song "FluttERR", a collaboration with Rina-chan and released first on Four's Fall Down, then added to solo album Inizholyze in 2013, could finally get its chance to enter the Trot 100 all the way at the top!
This is thanks to a new music video released by Skill Draw, a brony animator who gained major fame (and millions of views) off of humanized animations of the music video for Fluttershy's Lament and BLACKGRYPH0N's Ponylicious series. The music video, once again in the humanized style and having a humanized Spike standing in for Aoshi, stands at ~19,500 views and ~1,600 likes as of this writing, good for 11,000 points at the moment, more than double of the No. 1 last week. Will something come along to overthrow it at the last minute? Even if that happens, it's safe to say we'll have a brand new No. 1 on the charts this Friday!
Stay tuned for the article with the final data over the weekend.
I promise these articles won't always have boring intros; we just need a new No. 1 for that! (Luckily, to be elaborated in a post coming soon, that won't likely be a problem for much longer...). In any case, we've got 2 top 10 debuts, so let's look at that and some of the top 40 action!
Monday, January 18, 2016
At this point, Prototype (VIP) has now led for a season's worth of weeks, though non-consecutive. However, there's a bit more news below the surface... With that out of the way, let's dive into the top 10 and top 40 highlights along with other tracks of note!
Over winter break, I was doing tons of things, but the one worth caring about for you the reader is that "tons of things" did not include articles. However, I have something that may more than make up for it: videos for the full top 40s! Find the two for which no corresponding article has been written here and a full playlist of the past 8 weeks past the break along with the promised year-end update!