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There is more than one artist with this name:

1) A UK happy hardcore group comprising Jimmy J, Justin Time, and vocalist Jennifer "Jenka" Bolton. Their song "Follow the Sun" is featured in the "Dance Dance Revolution" video game series.

2) A rapper from Palm Beach County, Florida, associated with Big Scale Ent. His song "What The Lick Read" made number four on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles Sales.

3) An Australian radio…

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  • palm beach ho
  • LOL, still argueing after all these years. "Have it all" classic.
  • The podcasts shouldn't be listed under Triple J anyway. They should go by DJ or program name.
  • triple j - the radio station - seem to have taken their artist tags out of their podcasts... so they haven't been scrobbling for a while. The other two artists can have their 20 plays a week back. :P [2]
  • Be that as it may, the podcast shouldn't have priority over the actual artist. e.g. the radio station logo shouldn't be the artist image! The rules also explicitly state that the image must be the artist, which an image is not. I'm not saying people should change tags or not scrobble the podcast, just that the podcast shouldn't take priority over the artist(s). Well, except, for example, the people who scrobble a track from the station that is one song and by a separate artist. For example, there are 2 plays this week for "Bullet with Butterfly Wings", a Smashing Pumpkins song. That has no place being on the charts and is just a case of sloppy tagging...
  • It's still hardly the podcast listeners fault that it scrobbles under the Triple J name though.
  • Mostly because when you have a weekly (or monthly, bi-weekly, not too sure) podcast vs. an artist with 1-2 albums and a one-hit wonder, the podcast is EASILY going to have more tracks.
  • The last time i checked though Podcasts from the station Triple J take up a majority of the lower scrobbles though.
  • Follow the Sun is the most scrobbled track for this artist. The second most is a remix for that song. Therefore, Triple J, the happy hardcore group, is moved to the top of the artist page and I've reported the radio station logo. Also, from the upload page, "Images should be actual images of the artist. In the case of virtual groups or bands that appear in movies/tv shows, the characters may be shown." A logo is NOT a viable artist picture. Plus, the podcast scrobbles are weak in comparison to both the Happy Hardcore and rap artists sharing the name.

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