Jump to content

callouts: Olivia and Ariana smashing


Starkboy

Recommended Posts

8 hours ago, Pop Art said:

@Ger-55, apologies in advance as I'm sure you've explained this several times in the past, but could you please explain (or link where you explained in the past) the difference between Potential, Pop Score, Net Positive, etc? Also if you have time, how radio reads/factors each of them (as in, which contributes more to a song's peak versus longevity, and so on)?

5 hours ago, Filipe Salvador said:

omg please @Ger-55

Haha, nothing to apologize, it's a pleasure. 

 

MEDIABASE 102 (since 101 is to understand the daily charts :dies: )

 

Every week, Critical Mass Media performs a survey. These surveys ask random participants a few basic questions about certain songs (initially the current Top 30 on Mediabase). These questions include: "Are you familiar with the song? (Familiarity)," "Do you feel positively or negatively about the song?," (Positive/Negative Reaction), "Would you say this is one of your favorite songs?" (Favoritism) and "Are you tired of hearing this song?" (Heavy Burnout) among general questions about a person's age, gender, location, and the type of stations they tend to listen to and when they listen to them. 

 

Basically, these factors (Positive/Negative Reaction, Familiarity, etc) are percentages (%) of people who answered affirmatively in each case given a total sample (around 1000-1500 people currently consulted each week). Now that we understand the factors, let's go with the combined scores.

 

Net Positive: is the basic overall reaction to the song. Formula: NetPos = Positive - Negative. 

 

Potential: gives you the whole picture about the immediate future of the song (literally its potential on chart) on the radio. It is the result that takes into account all the factors except Familiarity (that would give us Net Positive, Favoritism and Heavy Burnout). I have not yet found the formula to calculate this score (but I could give it a try since it's #Quarantine). To me this is the most important score in terms of what's next for the song, if radio drops/plays more a song, becuase it gives you a complete reaction of the audience. 

 

Pop Score: tells you the current level of popularity and reception of the song. Formula: Potential * Familiarity. Songs with the biggest familiarity tend to chart the highest, meaning they are the most played.

 

Personal conclusion:

In terms of peaks, radio stations pay attention to Potential score, but combined with the buzz around that song in other platforms: iTunes, Spotify, YouTube, etc. That meant a song that's heavily demanded on the sales and streaming department with very good callouts (but not stellar callouts) could be gaining a lot on radio and gets exposure enough to top the Airplay chart. Nevertheless, in terms of longevity, callouts are what matters the most, 100%. A song which keep getting great callouts are gonna serve amazing longevity (ex. Love Lies, Circles, Eastside).

 

Also, songs must be at least 60% familiar to qualify and appear on the chart which is released every Friday.

Link to post
Share on other sites
  • Replies 1.8k
  • Created
  • Last Reply

Top Posters In This Topic

  • Ger-55

    245

  • Raphy23

    110

  • Starkboy

    106

  • Yog

    75

Top Posters In This Topic

5 minutes ago, Ger-55 said:

Haha, nothing to apologize, it's a pleasure. 

 

MEDIABASE 102 (since 101 is to understand the daily charts :dies: )

 

Every week, Critical Mass Media performs a survey. These surveys ask random participants a few basic questions about certain songs (initially the current Top 30 on Mediabase). These questions include: "Are you familiar with the song? (Familiarity)," "Do you feel positively or negatively about the song?," (Positive/Negative Reaction), "Would you say this is one of your favorite songs?" (Favoritism) and "Are you tired of hearing this song?" (Heavy Burnout) among general questions about a person's age, gender, location, and the type of stations they tend to listen to and when they listen to them. 

 

Basically, these factors (Positive/Negative Reaction, Familiarity, etc) are percentages (%) of people who answered affirmatively in each case given a total sample (around 1000-1500 people currently consulted each week). Now that we understand the factors, let's go with the combined scores.

 

Net Positive: is the basic overall reaction to the song. Formula: NetPos = Positive - Negative. 

 

Potential: gives you the whole picture about the immediate future of the song (literally its potential on chart) on the radio. It is the result that takes into account all the factors except Familiarity (that would give us Net Positive, Favoritism and Heavy Burnout). I have not yet found the formula to calculate this score (but I could give it a try since it's #Quarantine). To me this is the most important score in terms of what's next for the song, if radio drops/plays more a song, becuase it gives you a complete reaction of the audience. 

 

Pop Score: tells you the current level of popularity and reception of the song. Formula: Potential * Familiarity. Songs with the biggest familiarity tend to chart the highest, meaning they are the most played.

 

Personal conclusion:

In terms of peaks, radio stations pay attention to Potential score, but combined with the buzz around that song in other platforms: iTunes, Spotify, YouTube, etc. That meant a song that's heavily demanded on the sales and streaming department with very good callouts (but not stellar callouts) could be gaining a lot on radio and gets exposure enough to top the Airplay chart. Nevertheless, in terms of longevity, callouts are what matters the most, 100%. A song which keep getting great callouts are gonna serve amazing longevity (ex. Love Lies, Circles, Eastside).

 

Also, songs must be at least 60% familiar to qualify and appear on the chart which is released every Friday.

Beautiful, thank you so much for the amazing explanation! Will definitely be coming back to reference this. :clap3:

Link to post
Share on other sites
Filipe Salvador
14 hours ago, Ger-55 said:

Haha, nothing to apologize, it's a pleasure. 

 

MEDIABASE 102 (since 101 is to understand the daily charts :dies: )

 

Every week, Critical Mass Media performs a survey. These surveys ask random participants a few basic questions about certain songs (initially the current Top 30 on Mediabase). These questions include: "Are you familiar with the song? (Familiarity)," "Do you feel positively or negatively about the song?," (Positive/Negative Reaction), "Would you say this is one of your favorite songs?" (Favoritism) and "Are you tired of hearing this song?" (Heavy Burnout) among general questions about a person's age, gender, location, and the type of stations they tend to listen to and when they listen to them. 

 

Basically, these factors (Positive/Negative Reaction, Familiarity, etc) are percentages (%) of people who answered affirmatively in each case given a total sample (around 1000-1500 people currently consulted each week). Now that we understand the factors, let's go with the combined scores.

 

Net Positive: is the basic overall reaction to the song. Formula: NetPos = Positive - Negative. 

 

Potential: gives you the whole picture about the immediate future of the song (literally its potential on chart) on the radio. It is the result that takes into account all the factors except Familiarity (that would give us Net Positive, Favoritism and Heavy Burnout). I have not yet found the formula to calculate this score (but I could give it a try since it's #Quarantine). To me this is the most important score in terms of what's next for the song, if radio drops/plays more a song, becuase it gives you a complete reaction of the audience. 

 

Pop Score: tells you the current level of popularity and reception of the song. Formula: Potential * Familiarity. Songs with the biggest familiarity tend to chart the highest, meaning they are the most played.

 

Personal conclusion:

In terms of peaks, radio stations pay attention to Potential score, but combined with the buzz around that song in other platforms: iTunes, Spotify, YouTube, etc. That meant a song that's heavily demanded on the sales and streaming department with very good callouts (but not stellar callouts) could be gaining a lot on radio and gets exposure enough to top the Airplay chart. Nevertheless, in terms of longevity, callouts are what matters the most, 100%. A song which keep getting great callouts are gonna serve amazing longevity (ex. Love Lies, Circles, Eastside).

 

Also, songs must be at least 60% familiar to qualify and appear on the chart which is released every Friday.

thank youuu 🖤🖤

Link to post
Share on other sites

Potential (04/03)

1. Don't Start Now 88 (▼1)

2. (+2) everything i wanted 86 

3. (-1) Adore You 85 (▼2)

4. (-1) My Oh My 84 (▼2) 

5. (+6) Falling 84 (▲1)

6. (+2) Blinding Lights 84 (▼1) 

7. (-1) You should be sad 84 (▼1) 

8. (-3) Hot Girl Bummer 84 (▼1) 

9. Say So 83 (▼1) 

10. (-3) Circles 83 (▼2)

11. (-1) Intentions 82 (▼1) 

12. The Bones 80 (▼2) 

13. Heartless 79 (▼1)

14. RITMO (Bad Boys for Life) 78 (▼1)

15. (+1) The Box 78 

16. (-1) Rare 77 (▼1)

17. Roxanne 76 (▼2)

18. Know Your Worth 70

 

Pop Score (04/03)

1. Don't Start Now 85 (▼1)

2. Circles 81 (▼2)

3. Hot Girl Bummer 80 (▼2)

4. My Oh My 80 (▼1)

5. (+2) everything i wanted 78 (▲1) 

6. (-1) Adore You 77 (▼2)

7. (-1) Heartless 76 (▼1)

8. Roxanne 75

9. Blinding Lights 75 (▲1)

10. Say So 72

11. (+2) Falling 72 (▲4)

12. (+2) The Box 69 (▲1)

13. (-1) Intentions 68 (▼1)

14. (-3) The Bones 68 (▼2) 

15. You should be sad 66 

16. RITMO (Bad Boys for Life) 66 (▲1)

17. Rare 61(▼2)

18. Know Your Worth 48

 

Net Positive (04/03)

1. Don't Start Now 51.1 (-0.9)

2. (+2) Falling 45.7 (+1.1)

3. You should be sad 45.4 (-1.4)

4. (-2) Adore You 45.1 (-4.1)

5. (+3) Blinding Lights 44.3 (+0.6)

6. Say So 43.8 (-0.4)

7. (-2) My Oh My 42.6 (-1.6)

8. (+4) everything i wanted 41.7 (+0.2)

9. (-2) Hot Girl Bummer 40.8 (-3.1)

10. Intentions 40.3 (-1.5)

11. (-2) Circles 40.3 (-2.5)

12. (-1) The Bones 39.1 (-2.4)

13. Rare 38.4 (-1.4)

14. Heartless 38.2 (-1.4)

15. RITMO (Bad Boys for Life) 37.8 (-0.5)

16. (+1) The Box 30.9 (+1.4)

17. (-1) Roxanne 29.2 (-1.6)

18. Know Your Worth 28.5 (+2.6)

 

Most positive reaction: Don't Start Now

Favorite song: everything i wanted

Most negative reaction: Roxanne

Heaviest Burnout: Circles

Most familiarity: Circles

Link to post
Share on other sites

Circle's should start seeing heavier decreases. 

 

Falling shaping up to be a big hit at this rate. Intentions should be doing a bit better, and I have a feeling we'll see RITMO start stalling, its callouts are pretty awful.

 

Surprised we still have nothing for Gaga and JT.

Link to post
Share on other sites

Almost every song got worse this week, possibly people getting tired of everything right now. :dies: 

 

AY's decreases are interesting, so probably it's not going to serve the type of longevity we thought. On the other hand, Billie, she could gives us a surprise, she's consistently between the best callouts, and she just got a big increase on spins. Maybe she's coming for #1 after all, I hope so.

Link to post
Share on other sites
Hot Volcano

My Oh My still holding up great :clap3:

 

everything I wanted slaying :eek:

 

So Gaga is definitely debuting next Friday?

 

 

Link to post
Share on other sites
On 4/3/2020 at 5:12 PM, Hot Volcano said:

My Oh My still holding up great :clap3:

 

everything I wanted slaying :eek:

 

So Gaga is definitely debuting next Friday?

 

 

My oh My seems to be plummeting :doc:

Link to post
Share on other sites
On 4 April 2020 at 1:09 AM, Medonerpls said:

someone needs to call the FBI for YSBS' situation, I NEED answers

tenor.gif?itemid=7182779

Right?? Wtf

it deserves my trash my's updates when the callouts are almost simIlar

Link to post
Share on other sites
ReverseWarholian
On 4/3/2020 at 6:09 PM, Medonerpls said:

someone needs to call the FBI for YSBS' situation, I NEED answers

tenor.gif?itemid=7182779

Honestly. The callouts were pretty good and for a while was holding up well on other metrics. This deserved Fad Oh Fad's radio run as Miss @Michael196 pointed out.

Edited by ReverseWarholian
Link to post
Share on other sites
On 3/31/2020 at 10:37 PM, Ger-55 said:

Haha, nothing to apologize, it's a pleasure. 

 

MEDIABASE 102 (since 101 is to understand the daily charts :dies: )

 

Every week, Critical Mass Media performs a survey. These surveys ask random participants a few basic questions about certain songs (initially the current Top 30 on Mediabase). These questions include: "Are you familiar with the song? (Familiarity)," "Do you feel positively or negatively about the song?," (Positive/Negative Reaction), "Would you say this is one of your favorite songs?" (Favoritism) and "Are you tired of hearing this song?" (Heavy Burnout) among general questions about a person's age, gender, location, and the type of stations they tend to listen to and when they listen to them. 

 

Basically, these factors (Positive/Negative Reaction, Familiarity, etc) are percentages (%) of people who answered affirmatively in each case given a total sample (around 1000-1500 people currently consulted each week). Now that we understand the factors, let's go with the combined scores.

 

Net Positive: is the basic overall reaction to the song. Formula: NetPos = Positive - Negative. 

 

Potential: gives you the whole picture about the immediate future of the song (literally its potential on chart) on the radio. It is the result that takes into account all the factors except Familiarity (that would give us Net Positive, Favoritism and Heavy Burnout). I have not yet found the formula to calculate this score (but I could give it a try since it's #Quarantine). To me this is the most important score in terms of what's next for the song, if radio drops/plays more a song, becuase it gives you a complete reaction of the audience. 

 

Pop Score: tells you the current level of popularity and reception of the song. Formula: Potential * Familiarity. Songs with the biggest familiarity tend to chart the highest, meaning they are the most played.

 

Personal conclusion:

In terms of peaks, radio stations pay attention to Potential score, but combined with the buzz around that song in other platforms: iTunes, Spotify, YouTube, etc. That meant a song that's heavily demanded on the sales and streaming department with very good callouts (but not stellar callouts) could be gaining a lot on radio and gets exposure enough to top the Airplay chart. Nevertheless, in terms of longevity, callouts are what matters the most, 100%. A song which keep getting great callouts are gonna serve amazing longevity (ex. Love Lies, Circles, Eastside).

 

Also, songs must be at least 60% familiar to qualify and appear on the chart which is released every Friday.

Thank you:clap3:

Link to post
Share on other sites
21 hours ago, ReverseWarholian said:

Honestly. The callouts were pretty good and for a while was holding up well on other metrics. This deserved Fad Oh Fad's radio run as Miss @Michael196 pointed out.

More “you should be mad”

 

and you are lol

Link to post
Share on other sites

I was bored and I decided to do an extensive search for the most loved songs according to callouts since 1999 (it's what we get from the Mediabase site).

 

Biggest favoritism percentages ever

 

1. Rascal Flatts - "What Hurts the Most" (2006) 51.0
2. ADELE - "Hello" (2015) 49.9
3. Carrie Underwood - "Before He Cheats" (2007) 47.8
4. ADELE - "Rolling in the Deep" (2011) 47.1
5. ADELE - "Someone Like You" (2011) 46.3
6. Taylor Swift - "Blank Space" (2014) 46.2
7. Sarah McLachlan - "I Will Remember You (Live)" (1999) 45.3
8. Sarah McLachlan - "Angel" (1999) 45.0
9. Leona Lewis - "Bleeding Love" (2008) 44.9
10. Lizzo - "Truth Hurts" (2019) 44.6

 

11. Gotye - "Somebody That I Used to Know (feat. Kimbra)" (2012) 44.5
12. Flo Rida - "Low (feat. T-Pain)" (2008) 44.4
13. ADELE - "Set Fire to the Rain" (2012) 43.5
14. Nelly - "Over and Over (feat. Tim McGraw)" (2004) 43.2
15. Taylor Swift - "I Knew You Were Trouble." (2012) 43.0
16. Ricky Martin - "Livin' La Vida Loca" (1999) 42.9
16. Kid Rock - "Picture (feat. Sheryl Crow)" (2003) 42.9
18. Alicia Keys - "No One" (2007) 42.8
18. Ed Sheeran - "Thinking Out Loud" (2015) 42.8
20. Beyoncé - "Irreplaceable" (2006) 42.7

Edited by Ger-55
Link to post
Share on other sites
bluebirdsforever
2 hours ago, Ger-55 said:

I was bored and I decided to do an extensive search for the most loved songs according to callouts since 1999 (it's what we get from the Mediabase site).

 

Biggest favoritism percentages ever

 

1. Rascal Flatts - "What Hurts the Most" (2006) 51.0
2. ADELE - "Hello" (2015) 49.9
3. Carrie Underwood - "Before He Cheats" (2007) 47.8
4. ADELE - "Rolling in the Deep" (2011) 47.1
5. ADELE - "Someone Like You" (2011) 46.3
6. Taylor Swift - "Blank Space" (2014) 46.2
7. Sarah McLachlan - "I Will Remember You (Live)" (1999) 45.3
8. Sarah McLachlan - "Angel" (1999) 45.0
9. Leona Lewis - "Bleeding Love" (2008) 44.9
10. Lizzo - "Truth Hurts" (2019) 44.6

 

11. Gotye - "Somebody That I Used to Know (feat. Kimbra)" (2012) 44.5
12. Flo Rida - "Low (feat. T-Pain)" (2008) 44.4
13. ADELE - "Set Fire to the Rain" (2012) 43.5
14. Nelly - "Over and Over (feat. Tim McGraw)" (2004) 43.2
15. Taylor Swift - "I Knew You Were Trouble." (2012) 43.0
16. Ricky Martin - "Livin' La Vida Loca" (1999) 42.9
16. Kid Rock - "Picture (feat. Sheryl Crow)" (2003) 42.9
18. Alicia Keys - "No One" (2007) 42.8
18. Ed Sheeran - "Thinking Out Loud" (2015) 42.8
20. Beyoncé - "Irreplaceable" (2006) 42.7

Oh wow @ Blank Space :clap3:

Link to post
Share on other sites
  • #FreeBritney Activist
4 hours ago, Ger-55 said:

I was bored and I decided to do an extensive search for the most loved songs according to callouts since 1999 (it's what we get from the Mediabase site).

 

Biggest favoritism percentages ever

 

1. Rascal Flatts - "What Hurts the Most" (2006) 51.0
2. ADELE - "Hello" (2015) 49.9
3. Carrie Underwood - "Before He Cheats" (2007) 47.8
4. ADELE - "Rolling in the Deep" (2011) 47.1
5. ADELE - "Someone Like You" (2011) 46.3
6. Taylor Swift - "Blank Space" (2014) 46.2
7. Sarah McLachlan - "I Will Remember You (Live)" (1999) 45.3
8. Sarah McLachlan - "Angel" (1999) 45.0
9. Leona Lewis - "Bleeding Love" (2008) 44.9
10. Lizzo - "Truth Hurts" (2019) 44.6

 

11. Gotye - "Somebody That I Used to Know (feat. Kimbra)" (2012) 44.5
12. Flo Rida - "Low (feat. T-Pain)" (2008) 44.4
13. ADELE - "Set Fire to the Rain" (2012) 43.5
14. Nelly - "Over and Over (feat. Tim McGraw)" (2004) 43.2
15. Taylor Swift - "I Knew You Were Trouble." (2012) 43.0
16. Ricky Martin - "Livin' La Vida Loca" (1999) 42.9
16. Kid Rock - "Picture (feat. Sheryl Crow)" (2003) 42.9
18. Alicia Keys - "No One" (2007) 42.8
18. Ed Sheeran - "Thinking Out Loud" (2015) 42.8
20. Beyoncé - "Irreplaceable" (2006) 42.7

And yet SLY didn't reach number one.:huh:

Link to post
Share on other sites
AidanUnderYou
5 hours ago, Ger-55 said:

I was bored and I decided to do an extensive search for the most loved songs according to callouts since 1999 (it's what we get from the Mediabase site).

 

Biggest favoritism percentages ever

 

1. Rascal Flatts - "What Hurts the Most" (2006) 51.0
2. ADELE - "Hello" (2015) 49.9
3. Carrie Underwood - "Before He Cheats" (2007) 47.8
4. ADELE - "Rolling in the Deep" (2011) 47.1
5. ADELE - "Someone Like You" (2011) 46.3
6. Taylor Swift - "Blank Space" (2014) 46.2
7. Sarah McLachlan - "I Will Remember You (Live)" (1999) 45.3
8. Sarah McLachlan - "Angel" (1999) 45.0
9. Leona Lewis - "Bleeding Love" (2008) 44.9
10. Lizzo - "Truth Hurts" (2019) 44.6

 

11. Gotye - "Somebody That I Used to Know (feat. Kimbra)" (2012) 44.5
12. Flo Rida - "Low (feat. T-Pain)" (2008) 44.4
13. ADELE - "Set Fire to the Rain" (2012) 43.5
14. Nelly - "Over and Over (feat. Tim McGraw)" (2004) 43.2
15. Taylor Swift - "I Knew You Were Trouble." (2012) 43.0
16. Ricky Martin - "Livin' La Vida Loca" (1999) 42.9
16. Kid Rock - "Picture (feat. Sheryl Crow)" (2003) 42.9
18. Alicia Keys - "No One" (2007) 42.8
18. Ed Sheeran - "Thinking Out Loud" (2015) 42.8
20. Beyoncé - "Irreplaceable" (2006) 42.7

very surprised at Truth Hurts, I thought that song was really loud and in your face I didn’t think it would resonate with listeners like that 

Link to post
Share on other sites
8 hours ago, Ger-55 said:

I was bored and I decided to do an extensive search for the most loved songs according to callouts since 1999 (it's what we get from the Mediabase site).

 

Biggest favoritism percentages ever

 

1. Rascal Flatts - "What Hurts the Most" (2006) 51.0
2. ADELE - "Hello" (2015) 49.9
3. Carrie Underwood - "Before He Cheats" (2007) 47.8
4. ADELE - "Rolling in the Deep" (2011) 47.1
5. ADELE - "Someone Like You" (2011) 46.3
6. Taylor Swift - "Blank Space" (2014) 46.2
7. Sarah McLachlan - "I Will Remember You (Live)" (1999) 45.3
8. Sarah McLachlan - "Angel" (1999) 45.0
9. Leona Lewis - "Bleeding Love" (2008) 44.9
10. Lizzo - "Truth Hurts" (2019) 44.6

 

11. Gotye - "Somebody That I Used to Know (feat. Kimbra)" (2012) 44.5
12. Flo Rida - "Low (feat. T-Pain)" (2008) 44.4
13. ADELE - "Set Fire to the Rain" (2012) 43.5
14. Nelly - "Over and Over (feat. Tim McGraw)" (2004) 43.2
15. Taylor Swift - "I Knew You Were Trouble." (2012) 43.0
16. Ricky Martin - "Livin' La Vida Loca" (1999) 42.9
16. Kid Rock - "Picture (feat. Sheryl Crow)" (2003) 42.9
18. Alicia Keys - "No One" (2007) 42.8
18. Ed Sheeran - "Thinking Out Loud" (2015) 42.8
20. Beyoncé - "Irreplaceable" (2006) 42.7

Kiii @ Taylor having some of the most loved songs of all time and then on the flip end also some of the biggest drops on radio of all time. :deadbanana2:

Link to post
Share on other sites

Potential (04/10)

(+1) everything i wanted 86 

(-1) Don't Start Now 86 (▼2)

(+3) Blinding Lights 86 (▲2)

(+5) Say So 85 (▲2)

5. Falling 84 

(-3) Adore You 83 (▼2)

7 (+3) Circles 82 (▼1)

8. Hot Girl Bummer 82 (▼2) 

9 (NE) To Die For 82

10 (-6) My Oh My 81 (▼3) 

11 (+4) The Box 81 (▲3)

12 (-1) Intentions 80 (▼2) 

13 (-6) You should be sad 80 (▼4)

14 (-1) Heartless 78 (▼1)

15 (-1) RITMO (Bad Boys for Life) 78 

16 (-4) The Bones 77 (▼3)

17. Roxanne 77 (▲1)

18. Know Your Worth 73 (▲3)

19 (NE) Stupid Love 73

 

Pop Score (04/10)

1. Don't Start Now 83 (▼2)

2. Circles 81 

3. Hot Girl Bummer 79 (▼1)

(+1) everything i wanted 78 

(-1) My Oh My 78 (▼2)

(+3) Blinding Lights 77 (▲2)

(-1) Adore You 76 (▼1)

(-1) Heartless 75 (▼1)

(-1) Roxanne 75

10 (+1) Falling 73 (▲1)

11 (+1) The Box 73 (▲4)

12 (-2) Say So 72

13. Intentions 68 

14 (+2) RITMO (Bad Boys for Life) 66

15 (-1) The Bones 64 (▼4) 

16 (-1) You should be sad 61 (▼5) 

17 (NE) To Die For 59

18. Know Your Worth 49 (▲1)

19 (NE) Stupid Love 49

 

Net Positive (04/10)

(+4) Blinding Lights 48.3 (+4.0)

(NE) To Die For 47.0

3 (-2) Don't Start Now 46.7 (-4.4)

(+2) Say So 45.7 (+1.9)

(-3) Falling 44.6 (-1.1)

(+2) everything i wanted 43.7 (+2.0)

(-3) Adore You 43.4 (-1.7)

(+3) Circles 40.3 (=)

(-6) You should be sad 40.0 (-5.4)

10 (-3) My Oh My 38.6 (-4.0)

11 (-2) Hot Girl Bummer 38.2 (-2.6)

12 (-2) Intentions 38.2 (-2.1)

13 (-1) The Bones 36.5 (-2.1)

14 (+1) RITMO (Bad Boys for Life) 36.4 (-1.4)

15 (-1) Heartless 35.7 (-2.5)

16. The Box 35.5 (+4.6)

17 (+1) Know Your Worth 34.4 (+5.9)

18 (-1) Roxanne 30.5 (+1.3)

19 (NE) Stupid Love 30.1

 

Most positive reaction: Don't Start Now

Favorite song: everything i wanted

Most negative reaction: Roxanne

Heaviest Burnout: Circles

Most familiarity: Circles

Link to post
Share on other sites
×
×
  • Create New...