Journal

  • My Top 50 Track Scrobbles of 2011

    1 Jan 2012, 05:40 by WarrenM2008

    50. Daughtry - Losing My Mind
    13 Plays

    49. Daughtry - Crawling Back to You
    13 Plays

    48. David Cook - This Is Not The Last Time
    13 Plays

    47. Ahmir - Perfect
    13 Plays

    46. Selena Gomez & the Scene - Who Says
    13 Plays

    45. R. Kelly - Radio Message
    13 Plays

    44. James Blunt - Stay The Night
    13 Plays

    43. Plain White T's- Rhythm Of Love
    13 Plays

    42. Forever the Sickest Kids - Keep On Bringing Me Down
    13 Plays

    41. R. Kelly - When A Woman Loves
    13 Plays

    40. OneRepublic - Good Life
    13 Plays

    39. Chasen - On and On
    13 Plays

    38. The Rocket Summer - Break It Out
    13 Plays

    37. John Mayer - Waiting On The World To Change
    13 Plays

    36. Perry Como - Somebody Up There Likes Me
    13 Plays

    35. Michelle Branch - Breathe
    13 Plays

    34. John Parr - St. Elmo's Fire (Man in Motion)
    13 Plays

    33. Journey - Separate Ways (Worlds Apart)
    13 Plays

    32. Devo - Whip It
    13 Plays

    31. David Cook - Time Marches On
    14 Plays

  • My Top 25 Artist Scrobbles of 2010

    1 Jan 2011, 03:08 by WarrenM2008

    25. Ahmir
    44 Scrobbles

    We figured out how many hit songs that sound good, but had mediocre singers, could be made better to our preference: find a cover on YouTube from someone unsigned. My favorite discovery on YouTube was an R&B group named Ahmir from Boston, Massachusetts. Though half their songs are classified as pop on digital retailers, they summed up the state of R&B this year. With Autotune being the only way to make a hit for many contemporary R&B artists that love being on top 40 radios, the rest had an ultimatum: ride the wave or stay behind where the odds aren't as big, but you will be more respected. Among those that stayed were R. Kelly, Cee-Lo Green, Jazmine Sullivan, John Legend, El DeBarge, and Ne-Yo. Together with Ahmir, they showed the true colors of R&B and its roots. Ahmir was only a YouTube favorite, but they proved that theory as the #1 R&B group on the website. They added the missing ingredients to many hit songs from recently…