Hi JakeP Thanks for commenting on my chart!JakeP wrote:Hi cheapthrills
Oops!cheapthrills wrote:Leave it to you to leave a comment that allows me to say more than I ever do in my chart notes.
I broke this question out separately to plug my Top 100 artists thread, which will get in order in December. Why am I waiting until then? Because it will mark 20 years of this iteration of my personal chartJakeP wrote:You've probably mentioned this before now but when did you start compiling your own chart? When i think back to 2002, the closest thing i did to a chart back then was whenever i burnt my own music cd's and decide on the running order.
Ohh i never noticed that thread until now.cheapthrills wrote:I broke this question out separately to plug my Top 100 artists thread, which will get in order in December. Why am I waiting until then? Because it will mark 20 years of this iteration of my personal chart
I asked a question at the beginning of that thread, so if you (or anyone else who happens to pass by this thread - not sure if anyone ese really follows it) have an answer, let me know.
New Rules came within a whisker of being #1 and it was hard to see it get blocked. I'm hoping it does well in the year-end. I agree on Camilla's first single. It burned on me pretty quickly, but Havana is certainly the superior track. It's going to fall this week due to some Halloween playlist interference, but I don't think it's done moving up.Mainshow wrote:I am so glad "Havana" outpeaked that Sia wannabe track (which I also like) but "Havana" is epic.Hopefully, it will even rise on your chart,.
It's nice to see "Attention", "New Rules", "Look What You Made Me Do" and inside your Top 10
Paloma is just getting going, but right now her most successful peak was also Changing, which hit #6. Feel It Still is turning out to be a beast - it's currently #1 in radio airplay in the US. On my chart, I don't see any competition for it yet.JakeP wrote:Ohh i never noticed that thread until now.
I'll see if i can give any helpful tips although i guess a lot of the time its down to personal opinion. There is no right or wrong way of compiling a chart. It's all reflective of you and your own tastes.
Oh dear, i;m answering your question from that thread in here!
Anyways, i'm so happy that Portugal. The Man continues to do well. I'm actually getting excited at the prospect of this becoming a genuine successful single, i just wish the UK would hurry up and catch on.
Excellent for Camila, i wasn't sure whether Havana would managed to be her highest peaking single but she's done it with ease.
Also very happy seeing Paloma Faith entering in your chart too. Crybaby has become Paloma's biggest hit in my chart since Changing went to #1 in 2014.
Ohh that's pretty cool for Paloma, i loved Changing so much at the time and was so happy when it went to #1. Feel it still has even surpassed my own expectations, becoming such a popular song all over the world. I didn't think it'd achieve all this when it was #1 in my chart about three months back but i'm loving seeing its worldwide dominance.cheapthrills wrote:Paloma is just getting going, but right now her most successful peak was also Changing, which hit #6. Feel It Still is turning out to be a beast - it's currently #1 in radio airplay in the US. On my chart, I don't see any competition for it yet.
Thanks for answering here or there. Just really conflicted on the featurings. Like if someone has hit the top 10 ten times as featured and ten times as solo, should they be equated to someone who was listed as lead on all 20. There are five or six artists who I am going to have a dilemma on how to place because they've been featured so often.
Charlie's rise has been so slow, lol. It really was a grower on me, though I think it''s biggest enemy is that it's been out for awhile now. Havana on the other hand is still fresh, and it looks like it will continue to move up next week. The video really helped to re-engage me.Mainshow wrote:Even though I am a huge fan of Selena's, I dislike the new song. Anyway, it's nice it made an appearance on your chart, though.
Love to see Camila and Charlie Puth still being part of your Top 10
I am surprised as well - and had the same observation. Billboard does that video of the top 10 every week and Feel It Still stands out immediately. I just can't stop playing it. It was way ahead of the other songs this week.JSparksFan wrote:Fantastic #1! I'm pleasantly surprised a song like "Feel It Still" managed to be such a big hit in the US. It definitely doesn't sound like anything else in the US Top 10 these days.
This is a really solid top two - they even held out the minor Halloween onslaught this year. It was pretty muted this year - in some years, my Halloween playlist has completely disrupted the top five. Two years ago, it even prevented Adele's Hello from debuting at #1. You should definitely check out #3 and #4 - you can't beat ZZ Ward and Sam Feldt's song is a little like Wake Me Up to me.JakeP wrote:Hi cheapthrills
I echo the amazing top 2 sentiment, both being #1 in my chart and i'm so happy they have had genuine success and popularity.
Camila back into the top 5. I can't believe Havana has finally made it to #1 in the UK, i'm so happy for Camila.
Great climbs for Charlie Puth, Paloma Faith and Maroon 5, plus the new entry for Selena Gomez. Not heard your #3 or #4 yet so will add to my checklist.