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Bleachella    3,218

2018 GRAMMYS

FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION

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Welcome to the 2018 CAL Grammys!

This year, we're doing things a bit differently. Once submissions close on December 14th, the official Grammys: For Your Consideration race will begin. This campaign will last for one week, and will begin when the season begins (which is looking to be December 15th, but stay tuned for an official announcement). Official Nominees will follow shortly after. 

 

What is For Your Consideration you might ask? Well, in major industry events (namely EGOT), companies, record labels, film distributors, etc., launch what is known as For Your Consideration campaigns. This is essentially a way of getting the word out about your submissions in two different ways: Through direct promotion, such as billboards, ads in magazines, strategic tweets, promoted tweets, commercials, etc. (anything that is VISIBLE to the public), and indirect promotion, such as sending PR packages of your album to Recording Academy executives, holding/attending Recording Academy parties (anything that is NOT visible to the public), and more. Here are some examples.

 

All of these will be booked through CAL Business, BUT, you can only send 5
pms during the week-long campaign, so use them effectively! The 3 pms per month rule will go in effect after the campaign is over. There's a lot of you guys, but not as many opportunities to get your campaign out there and to executives, so make sure your bookings are strategic and quick. Through CAL Business, you can book things that are normally booked through there- billboards, meetings with executives, major magazines, promoted tweets, etc. However, free magazines (those not included on the Calendar) will have free ads. You may also do stuff such as change your twitter header and icon, etc. I want you guys to be as creative and strategic as possible during this, because it will benefit you down the line!

 

I will be using GoldDerby, an awards prediction website, in order to track the progress of your campaigns. Depending on your campaigns, you can make your songs rise up on the predictions list. These predictions are what the media and the public think are likely to be nominated. However, if your FYC Campaign is effective enough, it can and WILL influence the actual nominations themselves. The top 5 albums and new artists will receive a boost in the nomination selection process, as well as the top 8 songs in Record and Song of the Year. So your work is not for naught, work hard, and you may very well put yourself in the running for a Big 4 Grammy Nomination! Get yourself within the predicted nominees and it will pay off.

 

The nominations will be announced shortly after the week long campaign is over. Based on the predictions, the media reaction to the nominations will differ. Your song was high up on the predictions list, but failed to make it on the actual nominees? The media will see this as a SNUB, which you can use to your advantage. Like I said, be smart about this!

 

The initial standings, based on media hype, sales, Metacritic scores, and cultural impact, are below. These can very easily change, and will change, based on your submissions, as well as the effectiveness of your FYC campaign. There are 3 columns: Predict Nomination (how many users predict your submission will be nominated), Predict Win (how many users predict your submission will WIN the category), and Odds (the probability that your submission will win the category based on varying factors, including user input, FYC campaigns, sales, acclaim, etc.). The top 3 submissions for each category are seen as locks to get nominated in the category, with the rest of the top 10 rounding out the likely nominees and the long shots.

 

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Emma Roberts is currently the most predicted to be nominated, as well as the one predicted to win so far with her album Antisocialites, which up until dethroned by Desperately Seeking Christina, was the most acclaimed album for most of 2018. Mariah Carey doesn't trail far behind with the best selling album of the year, The Reinaracanation. Maniac by Maluma is also close, due to it's massive success for Maluma's debut era. These 3 albums are currently seen as locks for the AOTY Category. Connect and Desperately Seeking Christina don't trail far behind, both rounding out the predicted 5 nominees. Desperately Seeking Christina also recently entered the top 5, due to hype following the release of it's Metacritic score of 85, making it the most acclaimed album of the year, dethroning the previous record holder, Antisocialites. Following is Misconceptions by Brendon Urie, another hugely successful and widely acclaimed album, and quite a surprise, Mariposa Negra by Rihanna. Due to Rihanna's status as a Grammy winner and acclaimed artist, the album quickly shot up to number 7 in most likely to win AOTY. 

 

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For Record of the Year, the odds are clearly in Mariah and Lana's favor, with Treasure leading with a whopping 1.9k users favoring the smash hit single to win Record of the Year. Following in at #2 is Fuego, the smash hit single by Maluma, Belinda, and J. Balvin. Running From Love by Lana Del Rey rounds out the predicted locks for Record of the Year, with Dangerously, Two Years, Living With Saints, Jealous, and Dancing in Paris rounding out the 8 predicted nominees. One surprise is Mariah Carey's Super Bowl single Antidote being so low on the list, and marked as a long-shot nominee, with so many predicted nominations (2.9k users). The previous #1 quickly fell down in ranking to #10, due to Treasure's release and the general consensus that Carey will not submit both songs, as to not compete with herself.

 

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For Song of the Year, once again, users are predicting Treasure to take home the main prize, but not by a large margin, with 812 users predicting a Treasure win, versus 715 predicting a Better Man win. This category is largely seen as a toss-up with so many strong contenders. Rounding out the locks is Third Saturday by Emma Roberts, the most acclaimed track from her critically lauded album Antisocialites. Hereditary and Seven Months Pure are also likely nominees, rounding out the top 5. One surprise is Lana Del Rey's Tell Me (And I'll Go), her latest ballad, being predicted within the 8 nominees, while her hit single By Tomorrow rests outside the predicted nominees at #9. This is mainly due to media buzz surrounding the new promo single, which debuted at #3, as well as rumors circulating that the star will indeed submit the promo single to Song of the Year. 

 

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Maluma is currently leading the Best New Artist race with 442 predicted wins, versus Frank Ocean's 175 predicted wins. Camila Cabello rounds out the locks with 62 predicted wins, with Katy Perry and Shawn Mendes being likely candidates for nomination. Tinashe and Zara Larsson aren't far behind however, and could pull and upset nomination if the right cards are played.

 

A few last notes: The Academy likes professionalism! Don't think of this too much as a sort of Super Bowl-esque campaign where it's all hands on deck, endorsements from all your artists, 50 tweets a day, plugs in every article you have, etc. This is more about strategic planning to get not only the Academy but the media to recognize and consider the work you've done. Stuff like changing your twitter layout, and some tweets as well as promoting your FYC Campaign will work, but in terms of social stuff, don't overdo it. Company endorsements with companies you've worked with previously are also a good idea, and won't cost you one of your 5 new pms to CALB for the week!!! Behind the scenes interactions will also play a substantial role in this. Sending album PR Packages to Academy voters, holding listening parties with Academy voters, etc., etc. Overall, just be smart about this! Don't be subtle enough to where nobody cares about your campaign, but not over the top enough where you're prostituting yourself for a nomination. 

 

Alright, well, dassit for now ladies! If you have any questions don't hesitate to ask. Good luck!

 

 

@Chapman @Harry Styles @Hector @Edu @Love So Soft

@Beauty Queen @ryjapo @Robert. @RebelHeart15 @Jon. 

@Harry_CAL @Eglė @tigerlily13 @Lucky17

   @Royalty @Cosmic  @Kuba @Maria @Bleachella

@8Bit Heart @jaxswim @Frontline @Poker  @Surrealism @Alesus

    @BlueBalls @Worldwide Angel @Roller Skates @Michael. @Lukros @Quill @joebiekong

 

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Ronlop    5,649

BIGGEST ALBUMS ON ENCORE

1    Maluma- Maniac    1,684,604,708
2    Camila Cabello- Mutually Detrimental     1,184,919,265
3    Lana Del Rey- Midnight    1,101,817,610
4    Brendon Urie- Misconceptions    955,712,595
5    Ariana Grande- Ariana Grande    888,487,178
6    Frank Ocean-  Connect    806,433,672
7    Lorde- Eclipse     685,150,762
8    Arcane: The Re-Inarcanation    531,554,913
9    Troye Sivan- Boys & Girls    530,110,570
10    Christina Aguilera- Desperately Seeking Christina    356,978,032
11    Lorde- M&MS    302,366,398
12    Katy Perry- Dreams    272,851,133
13    Florence Welch- The Garden    266,550,926
14    Charli XCX- Thrills    252,930,776
15    Britney Spears - Hungry    245,950,590
16    Halsey- Children Of The Moon    235,744,651
17    Mariah Carey- Arcane    231,428,902
18    Heart    195,355,005
19    Beyonce- Primal    194,724,589
20    Christina Milian- Freelance    180,650,216
21    Lana Del Rey- Silver    175,537,282
22    Christina Milian- Livid    145,975,105
23    Emma Roberts- Antisocialities    114,550,000
24    The Resistance    107,360,515
25    Lorde- Speed Of Light    86,968,219
26    Lorde- Reflection    62,399,427
27    Christina Aguilera- 1 Eye Open     57,341,327
28    Xylon- Adolascence     49,858,978
29    Rihanna- Mariposa Negra    44,700,000
30    Brendon Urie- Lost Love In Vegas    41,560,458
31    Belinda- Kingdom    38,469,124
32    Brendon Urie- Christmas Time (EP)    30,100,000
33    Charli XCX- Radiant    29,501,262
34    Christina Aguilera- A Christmas Carol    17,520,000
35    Troye Sivan- AYOR    13,778,192
36    Christina Milian- Quote Me On It    4,395,940
37    Belinda- Life In A Canvas    3,966,063
38    Belinda- Rebirth    2,057,100
39    Harry Styles- lusT    1,967,474
40    Madonna- Comatose    1,145,059
41    Shakira- Classic (Deluxe)    529,795
42    Christina Aguilera- Tango Alone    421,313
 

 

Just posting this for everyone to use for your campaigns if needed. 

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Bleachella    3,218

THE UNITED STATES

of MALUMA AND MARIAH

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TOP 10 USA SINGLES
 

1. Mariah Carey- Antidote | 6,735,600

2. Maluma- Maniac (Like That) | 4,865,225

3. Mariah Carey- Treasure (w/ Lana Del Rey) | 4,794,500

4. Brendon Urie- Dangerously | 4,453,816

5. Belinda, Maluma & J Balvin- Fuego | 3,815,109

6. Lana Del Rey- Running From Love | 3,670,313

7. Frank Ocean- Be Someone | 3,235,352

8. Frank Ocean- Two Years | 3,216,936

9. Camila Cabello- Jealous (Feat. Frank Ocean) | 3,168,861

10. Ariana Grande - Same Kind Of Drug (Feat. Maluma) | 2,975,982

 

Mariah absolutely dominates the Top 10 Singles of 2018 in the United States, with her smash hit single Antidote rounding out at over 6.7 million copies sold. Right behind is Maluma with his #1 hit Maniac (Like That), at nearly 5 million copies sold. And, in a plot twist that shocked absolutely nobody, Treasure makes an appearance after only THREE weeks of sales, making Mariah the only artist along with Maluma, with two entries in the top 5, with Maluma's other entry Fuego (#5, 3.8m), following Brendon Urie's smash hit Dangerously (#4, 4.4m). Frank Ocean makes 3 entries in the top 10, with Be Someone (#7, 3.2m) and Two Years (#8, 3.2m). Lana Del Rey also makes multiple entries with her single Running From Love (#6, 3.6m) as well as Treasure. 

Spoiler
11  Brendon Urie- Better Man 2,899,361
12 Lorde- Dancing In Paris 2,842,555
13 Mariah Carey- Missing You (Album Track) 2,790,204
14 Halsey- Living With Saints  2,780,200
15 Lana Del Rey- By Tomorrow 2,627,675
16 Camila Cabello- Boy   2,586,424
17 Ariana Grande - Put Me First 2,508,788
18 Lana Del Rey- Rosa   2,480,770
19 Christina Aguilera- I Got The Drive (Feat. Lizzo)  2,240,036
20 Troye Sivan- Playgirl   2,213,434
21 Brendon Urie- Preacher (Feat. Ariana Grande) 2,075,379
22 Charli XCX- Disguise   2,042,666
23 Maluma- Bad Habits   1,953,916
24 Florence Welch- Sleepless 1,810,480
25 Beyonce- Party For Fifty 1,791,175
26 Maluma- Criminal (Album Track) 1,753,202
27 Frank Ocean- Seven Months Pure 1,728,742
28 Tinashe- The Ride (Feat. Camila Cabello) 1,591,743
29 Beyonce- Love Runs Out of Lust (Solo) 1,547,672
30 Tinashe-Anything   1,541,355
31 Lorde- Good Girls    1,539,360
32 Halsey- I Didn't Mind   1,518,631
33 Katy Perry- Disco Fling 1,456,861
34 Shawn Mendes- It All Comes Back To This 1,454,783
35 Britney Spears- Flesh 1,446,055
 

 

TOP 10 USA ALBUMS

1. Mariah Carey- Arcane: The Re-Inarcanation | 4,914,046
2. Maluma- Maniac | 4,736,567
3. Ariana Grande- Ariana Grande | 2,862,572
4. Brendon Urie- Misconceptions | 2,613,986
5. Frank Ocean- Connect | 2,577,148
6. Lorde- M&MS | 2,165,245
7. Lana Del Rey- Midnight | 2,164,496
8. Camila Cabello- Mutually Detrimental | 1,794,921
9. Beyonce- Pleasure | 1,475,264
10. Troye Sivan- Boys & Girls | 1,412,619

 

 Mariah once again tops the albums charts, with The Reinarcanation topping the albums charts at 4.9m copies sold. However, Maluma's smash debut Maniac isn't far behind, with 4.7m copies sold. Ariana Grande's 2017 self titled album enters in at #3 with 2.8m copies, followed by Brendon Urie's Misconceptions with 2.6m copies, slightly edging out his competitor Frank Ocean, who enters the list at #5 with 2.5m copies sold. Lorde's critically acclaimed EP M&Ms also makes an appearance at #6 with 2.1m copies sold. The 2017 Album of the Year Midnight enters the chart at #7 with 2.1m copies sold, followed by Mutually Detrimental, the universally lauded sophomore record by Camila Cabello, at #8. At #9 is Beyonce's widely successful re-release Pleasure, chocking up 1.4m copies sold in 2018, along with Boys and Girls at #10, also selling 1.4m copies.

 

Spoiler
11  Charli XCX- Thrills 1,276,143
12 Halsey- Children Of The Moon 1,069,096
13 Tinashe- Rewind 1,064,398
14 Beyonce- Primal 917,466
15 Lorde- Eclipse  666,244
16 Emma Roberts- Antisocialites 643,610
17 Mariah Carey- Arcane 637,473
18 Florence Welch-  The Garden 582,200
19 Christina Aguilera- Desperately Seeking Christina 557,600
20 Katy Perry- Dreams 477,529
21 Shawn Mendes - The Resistance 469,980
22 Christina Milian- Freelance (EP) 465,942
23 Rihanna- Mariposa Negra 401,000
24 Brendon Urie- Christmas Time (EP) 334,700
25  Lorde- Speed Of Light 320,190
26 Lana Del Rey- Silver 305,955
27 Christina Aguilera- A Christmas Carol 288,000
28 Lorde- Reflection 199,543
29 Christina Milian- Livid 165,403
30 Mariah Carey- Clean Slate 165,000

 

 

@Chapman @Harry Styles @Hector @Edu @Love So Soft

@Beauty Queen @ryjapo @Robert. @RebelHeart15 @Jon. 

@Harry_CAL @Eglė @tigerlily13 @Lucky17

   @Royalty @Cosmic  @Kuba @Maria @Bleachella

@8Bit Heart @jaxswim @Frontline @Poker  @Surrealism @Alesus

    @BlueBalls @Worldwide Angel @Roller Skates @Michael. @Lukros @Quill @joebiekong

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Mr. Mendes    2,019
2 hours ago, Bleachella said:

2018 GRAMMYS

FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION

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Welcome to the 2018 CAL Grammys!

This year, we're doing things a bit differently. Once submissions close on December 14th, the official Grammys: For Your Consideration race will begin. This campaign will last for one week, and will begin when the season begins (which is looking to be December 15th, but stay tuned for an official announcement). Official Nominees will follow shortly after. 

 

What is For Your Consideration you might ask? Well, in major industry events (namely EGOT), companies, record labels, film distributors, etc., launch what is known as For Your Consideration campaigns. This is essentially a way of getting the word out about your submissions in two different ways: Through direct promotion, such as billboards, ads in magazines, strategic tweets, promoted tweets, commercials, etc. (anything that is VISIBLE to the public), and indirect promotion, such as sending PR packages of your album to Recording Academy executives, holding/attending Recording Academy parties (anything that is NOT visible to the public), and more. Here are some examples.

 

All of these will be booked through CAL Business, BUT, you can only send 5
pms during the week-long campaign, so use them effectively! The 3 pms per month rule will go in effect after the campaign is over. There's a lot of you guys, but not as many opportunities to get your campaign out there and to executives, so make sure your bookings are strategic and quick. Through CAL Business, you can book things that are normally booked through there- billboards, meetings with executives, major magazines, promoted tweets, etc. However, free magazines (those not included on the Calendar) will have free ads. You may also do stuff such as change your twitter header and icon, etc. I want you guys to be as creative and strategic as possible during this, because it will benefit you down the line!

 

I will be using GoldDerby, an awards prediction website, in order to track the progress of your campaigns. Depending on your campaigns, you can make your songs rise up on the predictions list. These predictions are what the media and the public think are likely to be nominated. However, if your FYC Campaign is effective enough, it can and WILL influence the actual nominations themselves. The top 5 albums and new artists will receive a boost in the nomination selection process, as well as the top 8 songs in Record and Song of the Year. So your work is not for naught, work hard, and you may very well put yourself in the running for a Big 4 Grammy Nomination! Get yourself within the predicted nominees and it will pay off.

 

The nominations will be announced shortly after the week long campaign is over. Based on the predictions, the media reaction to the nominations will differ. Your song was high up on the predictions list, but failed to make it on the actual nominees? The media will see this as a SNUB, which you can use to your advantage. Like I said, be smart about this!

 

The initial standings, based on media hype, sales, Metacritic scores, and cultural impact, are below. These can very easily change, and will change, based on your submissions, as well as the effectiveness of your FYC campaign. There are 3 columns: Predict Nomination (how many users predict your submission will be nominated), Predict Win (how many users predict your submission will WIN the category), and Odds (the probability that your submission will win the category based on varying factors, including user input, FYC campaigns, sales, acclaim, etc.). The top 3 submissions for each category are seen as locks to get nominated in the category, with the rest of the top 10 rounding out the likely nominees and the long shots.

 

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Emma Roberts is currently the most predicted to be nominated, as well as the one predicted to win so far with her album Antisocialites, which up until dethroned by Desperately Seeking Christina, was the most acclaimed album for most of 2018. Mariah Carey doesn't trail far behind with the best selling album of the year, The Reinaracanation. Maniac by Maluma is also close, due to it's massive success for Maluma's debut era. These 3 albums are currently seen as locks for the AOTY Category. Connect and Desperately Seeking Christina don't trail far behind, both rounding out the predicted 5 nominees. Desperately Seeking Christina also recently entered the top 5, due to hype following the release of it's Metacritic score of 85, making it the most acclaimed album of the year, dethroning the previous record holder, Antisocialites. Following is Misconceptions by Brendon Urie, another hugely successful and widely acclaimed album, and quite a surprise, Mariposa Negra by Rihanna. Due to Rihanna's status as a Grammy winner and acclaimed artist, the album quickly shot up to number 7 in most likely to win AOTY. 

 

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For Record of the Year, the odds are clearly in Mariah and Lana's favor, with Treasure leading with a whopping 1.9k users favoring the smash hit single to win Record of the Year. Following in at #2 is Fuego, the smash hit single by Maluma, Belinda, and J. Balvin. Running From Love by Lana Del Rey rounds out the predicted locks for Record of the Year, with Dangerously, Two Years, Living With Saints, Jealous, and Dancing in Paris rounding out the 8 predicted nominees. One surprise is Mariah Carey's Super Bowl single Antidote being so low on the list, and marked as a long-shot nominee, with so many predicted nominations (2.9k users). The previous #1 quickly fell down in ranking to #10, due to Treasure's release and the general consensus that Carey will not submit both songs, as to not compete with herself.

 

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For Song of the Year, once again, users are predicting Treasure to take home the main prize, but not by a large margin, with 812 users predicting a Treasure win, versus 715 predicting a Better Man win. This category is largely seen as a toss-up with so many strong contenders. Rounding out the locks is Third Saturday by Emma Roberts, the most acclaimed track from her critically lauded album Antisocialites. Hereditary and Seven Months Pure are also likely nominees, rounding out the top 5. One surprise is Lana Del Rey's Tell Me (And I'll Go), her latest ballad, being predicted within the 8 nominees, while her hit single By Tomorrow rests outside the predicted nominees at #9. This is mainly due to media buzz surrounding the new promo single, which debuted at #3, as well as rumors circulating that the star will indeed submit the promo single to Song of the Year. 

 

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Maluma is currently leading the Best New Artist race with 442 predicted wins, versus Frank Ocean's 175 predicted wins. Camila Cabello rounds out the locks with 62 predicted wins, with Katy Perry and Shawn Mendes being likely candidates for nomination. Tinashe and Zara Larsson aren't far behind however, and could pull and upset nomination if the right cards are played.

 

A few last notes: The Academy likes professionalism! Don't think of this too much as a sort of Super Bowl-esque campaign where it's all hands on deck, endorsements from all your artists, 50 tweets a day, plugs in every article you have, etc. This is more about strategic planning to get not only the Academy but the media to recognize and consider the work you've done. Stuff like changing your twitter layout, and some tweets as well as promoting your FYC Campaign will work, but in terms of social stuff, don't overdo it. Company endorsements with companies you've worked with previously are also a good idea, and won't cost you one of your 5 new pms to CALB for the week!!! Behind the scenes interactions will also play a substantial role in this. Sending album PR Packages to Academy voters, holding listening parties with Academy voters, etc., etc. Overall, just be smart about this! Don't be subtle enough to where nobody cares about your campaign, but not over the top enough where you're prostituting yourself for a nomination. 

 

Alright, well, dassit for now ladies! If you have any questions don't hesitate to ask. Good luck!

 

 

@Chapman @Harry Styles @Hector @Edu @Love So Soft

@Beauty Queen @ryjapo @Robert. @RebelHeart15 @Jon. 

@Harry_CAL @Eglė @tigerlily13 @Lucky17

   @Royalty @Cosmic  @Kuba @Maria @Bleachella

@8Bit Heart @jaxswim @Frontline @Poker  @Surrealism @Alesus

    @BlueBalls @Worldwide Angel @Roller Skates @Michael. @Lukros @Quill @joebiekong

 

I have some questions on this but I need a chance to re-read a few more times before asking them so stay tunes sksks

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Ronlop    5,649

 

TOP 100 SONGS ON ENCORE

**Purple stands for 2018 releases 

 

1     'Good Girls'    427,216,007
2     'Maniac (Like That)'    377,128,578
3     'Bad Habits'    317,212,650
4     'Midnight'    282,430,650
5     'Jealous (featuring Frank Ocean)'    274,927,820
6     'Dangerously'    274,817,403
7     'Down For It'    274,715,550
8     'Two Years'    254,094,138
9     'Fuego (w/ Belinda    245,569,598
10     'Heaven and Hell'    233,655,750
11     'Be Someone'    202,986,388
12     'Some Kind Of Drug (feat. Maluma)'    200,716,285
13     'Playgirl'    197,600,032
14     'Better Man'    180,164,130
15     'Dancing In Paris'    175,317,712
16     'I Got The Drive (feat. Lizzo)'    172,878,032
17     'Preacher (feat. Ariana Grande)'    170,025,900
18     'Living With Saints'    169,543,123
19     'Running From Love'    163,725,000
20     'Antidote'    163,069,363
21     'The Ride (Feat. Camila Cabello)'    159,575,052
22     'Besos (featuring Maluma)'    157,051,592

23     'California Dreaming'    156,958,335
24     'Bottle Games (w/ Zendaya)'    144,040,250
25     'Put Me First'    139,480,950
26     'Rosa'    135,362,350
27     'Attitude'    127,616,285
28     'Now He\'s Gone'    118,200,215
29     'Criminal'    118,090,063
30     'Pyramids'    115,525,251
31     'Sleepless'    113,895,426
32     'By Tomorrow'    112,707,230
33     'BOY'    112,274,673
34     'Treasure (w/ Lana Del Rey)'    108,950,000
35     'She Wants Revenge'    107,475,000
36     'Cougar (Maluma    103,542,250
37     'Angel (2018)'    101,849,464
38     'Seven Months Pure'    101,715,000
39     'Temperatura'    101,050,650
40     'Crush (w/ Camila Cabello)'    86,216,477
41     'Disguise'    81,681,701
42     'Kicks'    76,708,123
43     'Goddess'    75,836,315
44     'Flesh'    75,450,000

45     'Beautifully Bizarre (Rihmix) [w/ Lorde    73,562,520
46     'Get Out Of My Head'    73,059,101
47     'Missing You'    73,050,000
48     'Wildin\''    72,325,000
49     'Close To You'    71,696,550
50     'Magical Thinking'    67,665,622
51     'Bounce'    67,475,565
52     'Esta Noche (feat. Belinda)'    67,475,047
53     'Red Room'    67,020,200

54     'Call Me Your Angel'    66,365,500
55     'Honey'    65,209,375
56     'High (On The Hills)'    64,733,064
57     'Gasoline'    64,356,911
58     'John Doe'    63,616,903

59     'One Night Stand'    62,842,245
60     'Hereditary'    62,504,648
61     'Kiss of Death'    61,928,550
62     'Violins'    60,950,200
63     'L.M.K. (Let Me Know) [feat. Dreezy]'    60,777,250
64     'Betrayed'    60,435,550
65     'Sick Sick'    60,105,450
66     'Kiss Me Under'    59,400,001
67     'Across The Hallway'    58,662,235
68     'By Tomorrow (Piano Version)'    58,005,215
69     'No Limits (feat. Nicki Minaj)'    57,600,340
70     'Heart At The Door'    57,362,950
71     'Tarot'    56,109,745
72     'The Less I Know The Better'    55,524,999
73     'Work'    54,157,442
74     'Anything'    52,065,800
75     'Blue Tuesday (featuring Lorde)'    52,055,902
76     'Soap on Skin'    51,150,000
77     'I Didn\'t Mind'    50,080,000
78     'Dignity (Encore Exclusive)'    50,072,556

79     'Girls (w/ Camila Cabello)'    49,722,734
80     'No Más (feat. Maluma)'    48,875,000
81     'Outskirts'    48,252,728
82     'Betrayed Remix'    46,600,000

83     'Circle the Fire'    46,391,304
84     'Perfectly Orchestrated'    46,043,486
85     'Body (Feat. Ariana Grande & Cardi B)'    44,765,400
86     'Love Me (Whoever You Are)'    43,138,104
87     'All Alone (On My Own)'    42,750,000
88     'Brother'    42,645,617
89     'Nights Go By'    42,325,550

90     'FLOW (ft. Harry Styles)'    42,035,935
91     'Bloodstream'    41,875,000
92     'Flowin\' (Are You Nasty?)'    41,585,350
93     'Love Has No Silver Lining'    41,022,629
94     'Bring Light Back Home'    39,650,000

95     'Dangerous'    38,030,216
96     'Valentino (featuring Strawberry Blonde)'    37,903,606
97     'Take My Heart'    37,862,914
98     'Secrets'    37,735,550
99     'Disco Fling'    37,700,200
100     'The Way He Moves'    37,450,000

 

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8Bit Heart    2,704

@Bleachella I don't think I'll be playing this season - I'd like to take on a different role in a capacity I can contribute, however.

I was thinking about it and I think it'd be a good idea for different people to run each corp - so that the labels can be better managed. Idk, just throwing it out there. What do you think? 

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Alesus    2,199
4 hours ago, Bleachella said:

but not over the top enough where you're prostituting yourself for a nomination. 

well.

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Edu    2,371
3 hours ago, Alesus said:

well.

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Stream ‘Escort’ by Lindsay Lohan on • ENCORE

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Ronlop    5,649

2018 TOP 20 VIDEOS ON CAL TUBE

 

1. Mariah Carey- Antidote- 1,108,135,288 Views

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2. Belinda, Maluma & J Blavin- Fuego- 1,013,506,037 Views

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3. Lana Del Rey- Running From Love- 530,525,002 Views

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4. Brendon Urie- Dangerously- 594,125,315 Views

5. Maluma- Maniac (Like That)- 525,125,437 Views

6. Lana Del Rey- Rosa- 452,115,135 Views

7. Mariah Carey- Treasure (w/ Lana Del Rey)- 445,116,158 Views

8. Frank Ocean- Two Years- 432,125,246 Views

9. Camila Cabello- BOY- 305,125,235 Views

10. Frank Ocean- Be Someone- 302,525,455 Views

Spoiler

11. Ariana Grande- Put Me First- 302,115,325 Views
12. Britney Spears- Flowin' (Are You Nasty)- 282,035,526 Views
13. Ariana Grande- Some Kind Of Drug- 243,125,786 Views
14. Troye Sivan- Playgirl- 242,135,425 Views
15. Christina Aguilera- I Got The Drive- 178,525,000 Views
16. Mariah Carey- Super Bowl Halftime Show- 124,125,226 Views
17. Brendon Urie- Better Man (Audio)- 122,455,125 Views
18. The Weeknd & Lana Del Rey- Close To You- 79,215,235 Views
19. Maluma, Britney Spears- Cougar (Audio)- 78,125,325 Views
20. TROIAN- She Wants Revenge- 59,115,525 Views

 

 

 

2018 MOST LIKED VIDEO

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Mariah Carey- Antidote- 1,108,135,288 Views

1,995,228 Likes  ||||||||   350,126 Dislikes

 

 

2018 MOST DISLIKED VIDEO

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Britney Spears- Flowin' (Are You Nasty)- 282,035,526 Views

155,125 Likes  ||||||||   453,215 Dislikes

 

 

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hector    27,863
5 hours ago, Ronlop said:

2018 MOST DISLIKED VIDEO

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Britney Spears- Flowin' (Are You Nasty)- 282,035,526 Views

155,125 Likes  ||||||||   453,215 Dislikes

453,215 homophobics, republicans, xenophobic, ch*tolics exist in cal wow

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Maria    4,427

Hello dear players!

As you might know, the GRAMMYs deadline is this Friday. I am tagging all the players who did NOT submit so far, I know some of you might want to quit or already did it, but I think some of you should give a shot at submitting. This year has kind of lacked in releases due to constant breaks and whatnot, but in the end, everything that's been put out so far was a great body of work that, in my gay opinion, deserves a shot at being considered for a nom!

Here is the music archive, updated up until Season 9. If you do not have the time to search for your releases, yet want to submit, just tell me and I'll search the release posts for you if needed!

 

@Chapman @Harry Styles @Edu @Love So Soft

@ryjapo @Harry_CAL @Eglė @Lucky17

   @Royalty @8Bit Heart @Frontline @Surrealism @Michael.

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