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  1. 10. Dixie Chicks, "Gaslighter" With "Gaslighter," the Dixie Chicks came roaring back from a 14-year hiatus. The song channels the anger of a woman scorned by her husband -- lead singer Natalie Maines seemingly draws from her real life relationship with ex Adrian Pasdar -- and perhaps fits best as the spiritual prequel to "Goodbye Earl." (They haven't poisoned his black-eyed-peas just yet.) Weaponizing their gorgeous vocal harmonies against the man who did wrong, "Gaslighter" provides a foot-stomping, burn-it-all-to-the-ground good time. The Chicks are still not ready to make nice, and that's perfectly fine with us. -- DENISE WARNER 9. Grimes, "Delete Forever" "Wonderwall" at the end of the world; an acoustic campfire singalong for when the entire planet is burning. "Delete Forever" resonates more and more the further we get into the most unprecedented year of many of our lifetimes, not just for its lyrics of extreme anxiety ("Lying so awake, things I can't escape") and disillusionment ("Innocence was fleeting like a season") but for its overall feeling of surrender to oblivion's inevitability. "I see everything," Grimes laments -- an imperfect oracle to be sure, but one whose visions we can't help but keep returning to. -- A.U. 8. Dua Lipa, "Physical" The second single from Future Nostalgia opens with a 13-second instrumental, and for that, we should all be grateful. It’s just enough time to summon everyone within earshot to the dance floor and to mentally prepare yourself to give everything you’ve got for the next three minutes. After that, all bets are off -- thumping bass, well-timed claps and a bursting chorus combine to make a frenetic ‘80s-influenced jam that pays dutiful homage to the Olivia Newton-John jazzercise effort that helped inspire it. “Physical” is nothing short of an adrenaline-filled powerhouse that will rejuvenate any party for years to come. Don’t you agree? -- J.G. 7. Christine & The Queens, "People, I've Been Sad" The French singer has long been a master of the depressionbanger -- those transcendent pop anthems that are equal parts muscle and melancholy -- yet her simple declarations of solitude here nail the feeling of watching days slip by better than anything in her catalog. The chorus also offers a fitting snapshot of quarantine life: By pitching down her vocals and putting herself in conversation with her own voice, she's apart but not totally alone. And right now, you definitely know the feeling. -- NOLAN FEENEY 6. Lady Gaga, "Stupid Love" Gaga's smart enough to know that after leaving the dancefloor for a spell, you don't just come barreling back in at 11, and her return to Mother Monster territory on "Stupid Love" is a wonder of build-and-release ecstasy. Opening with a quivering electro-pop rhythm, Gaga matches the nervous energy of the Moroder-esque synth with a tentative, sweet croon, gradually working her way back up to the full-bore rapture of her early days. When she retakes the throne on the throbbing, shout-it-to-the-heavens chorus, it's clear she's truly at home: The Academy Awards might be a nice place to visit, and the widescreen ranches of Joanne have charm, but for species Gaga, Club Chromatica is the natural habitat. -- J. Lynch 5. Roddy Ricch, "The Box" Roddy Ricch got an early bid on claiming one of 2020’s most popular songs when “The Box” snared the Hot 100’s top rung in January, and stayed there 11 weeks. Between the track’s hypnotic uptempo beat, brain-sticking hook (“I won't never sell my soul”), Ricch’s vocal fervor and squeaky “eee err” ad-lib -- which launched countless memes and TikTok videos -- “The Box” was the Compton, Calif. rapper’s mainstream breakthrough. As Ricch told Billboard, “It just bangs. The 808s hit so hard.” -- G.M. 4. Doja Cat, "Say So" Even in a year where top 40 has been absolutely swarming with disco retro, there's an ease to the throwback elements of Doja Cat's "Say So" that makes it feel the least consciously backwards-looking of the year's best floor-fillers. The singer-rapper born Amalaratna Zandile Dlamini glides on the beat like she's doing a lap around the roller rink, her airy coo and over-caffeinated spitting both matching the sublime guitar-chop funk as naturally as Diana Ross jamming with Nile Rodgers 40 years earlier. Of course, it's not Rodgers but Lukasz "Dr. Luke" Gottwald -- the writer/producer accused by Kesha of sexual assault and other abuse -- who Doja's sharing the floor with on "Say So," an uncomfortable fact that shouldn't be ignored, even when celebrating what's clearly one of the most irresistible pop songs of 2020. -- A.U. 3. Harry Styles, "Adore You" Though released in December 2019, Harry Styles’ Fine Line grew roots in 2020 thanks to undeniably catchy singles “Adore You” and “Watermelon Sugar.” And while lead single “Lights Up” officially ushered in Styles’ second album, it’s the Top 40-friendlier “Adore You” that best marks his place in pop today -- and scored him his first No. 1 on Billboard’s Pop Songs radio airplay chart. After all, in addition to a gorgeously crafted hit, there are few things better than having someone plea through pitch-perfect vocals to “just let me adore you.” Only a fool would turn down an offer like that. -- L.H. 2. Megan Thee Stallion feat. Beyoncé, "Savage (Remix)" Houston, we got a problem! When the city's noblest daughters in Megan Thee Stallion and Beyoncé joined forces on the "Savage" remix, some considered it an anointment, crowning Meg as the premier female rapper in hip-hop. With Beyoncé riding shotgun, Megan's dynamic single received an extra jolt of rawness when Queen Bey gave her stamp of approval for OnlyFans enthusiasts, Demon Time warriors, and more. While Bey surfed through the J. White Did It beat with calm precision, Megan's husky hook ("I'm a Savage/ Classy, bougie, ratchet") remained the backbone for the swaggering track. Ultimately, the Houston connection proved to be timely, as Megan landed her first Hot 100 No. 1 last month with the record. -- C.L. 1. The Weeknd, "Blinding Lights" Sometimes the best songs are ones you think you’ve heard before -- but from a different artist and a different time. “Blinding Lights” is like that. The opening drumbeat is a DeLorean back to Michael Jackson’s “Beat It.” The amphetamine synth conjures fond memories of leopard-print-era Rod Stewart’s “Young Turks” -- or maybe that other guy with the avian hairdo, Mike Score from A Flock of Seagulls? And isn’t that spooky B-movie organ from Rockwell’s “Somebody’s Watching Me”? Whoah, stop thinking so much, dude, and let Abel Tesfaye’s Drambuie-drenched vocals bathe you in euphoria as you bop around your home in an M-95 mask, punching your fist to the “Hey!-Hey!-Hey!”’s, and giving thanks to Max Martin and The Weeknd for making a magical and much-needed tonic for troubled times. -- FRANK DIGIACOMO Resto de la lista
  2. #1 Adele - 25 (800,307) #2 Little Mix - Glory Days (96,205) #3 Taylor Swift - reputation (84,000) #4 Beyoncé - Lemonade (73,000) #5 Pink - Beautiful Trauma (70,074) #6 Florence & The Machine - How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful (68,788) #7 Ariana Grande - thank u, next (65,000) #8 Little Mix - Get Weird (60,053) #9 Jess Glynne - I Cry When I Laugh (60,000) #10 Little Mix - LM5 (56,840) #11 Taylor Swift - Lover (53,015) #12 Lady Gaga - Chromatica (52,097) #13 Pink - Hurts 2B Human (48,861) #14 Kylie Minogue - Golden (48,032) #15 Billie Eilish - WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO (48,000) #16 Emeli Sande - Long Live The Angels (47,512) #17 Ariana Grande - Sweetener (45,000) #18 Paloma Faith - The Architect (40,000) #19 Ellie Goulding - Delirium (38,429) #20 Madonna - Rebel Heart (37, 245) El streaming fue incluido en los charts de UK para álbums desde Marzo del 2015
  3. Artist of the Decade 1. Drake 2. Taylor Swift 3. Bruno Mars 4. Rihanna 5. Adele 6. Ed Sheeran 7. Justin Bieber 8. Katy Perry 9. Maroon 5 10. Post Malone 11. Lady Gaga 12. Ariana Grande 13. Imagine Dragons 14. The Weeknd 15. Nicki Minaj 16. Eminem 17. Luke Bryan 18. Pink 19. One Direction 20. Justin Timberlake 21. Kendrick Lamar 22. Lady Antebellum 23. Beyonce 24. Jason Aldean 25. Sam Smith 26. Kesha 27. Florida Georgia Line 28. twenty one pilots 29. Lil Wayne 30. Chris Brown 31. Blake Shelton 32. Travis Scott 33. Khalid 34. Shawn Mendes 36. Future 38. Selena Gomez 39. Jay-Z 40. Meghan Trainor 41. J. Cole 42. Usher 43. Coldplay 45. Pitbull 47. Michael Buble 50. The Chainsmokers Hot 100 Decade End #1 - Uptown Funk#2 - Party Rock Anthem#3 - Shape of You#4 - Closer#5 - Girls Like You#6 - We Found Love#7 - Old Town Road#8 - Somebody That I Used to Know#9 - Despacito#10 - Rolling in the Deep#11 - Sunflower#12 - Without Me#13 - Call Me Maybe#14 - Blurred Lines#15 - Perfect#16 - SICKO MODE#17 - All About That Bass#18 - Royals#19 - God’s Plan#20 - Moves Like Jagger#21 - Happy#22 - Just the Way You Are#23 - Rockstar#24 - Tik Tok#25 - See You Again#26 - Dark Horse#27 - Thrift Shop#28 - One More Night#29 - We Are Young#30 - That’s What I Like#31 - The Hills#32 - All of Me#33 - Happier#34 - Shake It Off#35 - One Dance#36 - Radioactive#37 - Sexy and I Know It#38 - Someone Like You#39 - Counting Stars#40 - ET#42 - Love Yourself#43 - Firework#44 - Give Me Everything#45 - Locked out of Heaven#46 - Love the Way You Lie#47 - Thinking Out Loud#48 - Sorry#49 - California Gurls#50 - Dynamite#52 - Hello#53 - Work#54 - Grenade#55 - Hey, Soul Sister#56 - I Like It#57 - Wake Me Up#58 - Don't Let Me Down#59 - Havana#60 - Bad Guy#61 - Fancy#62 - Can't Feel My Face#63 - Wow.#64 - Blank Space#65 - Cheap Thrills#66 - Some Nights#68 - 7 Rings#69 - Stay With Me#70 - Can't Hold Us#71 - Better Now#72 - Roar#74 - Thank U, Next#75 - Sugar#76 - Payphone#77 - Airplanes#78 - Psycho#79 - Bodak Yellow#80 - Watch Me#81 - Can't Stop the Feeling!#82 - Cheerleader#83 - Bad Romance#84 - Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You)#85 - What Do You Mean?#86 - Nice for What#87 - Sucker#88 - Meant to Be#89 - Timber#90 - Take Me to Church#91 - Hotline Bling#92 - Heathens#93 - Superbass#94 - F**k You! (Forget You)#95 - Panda#96 - Break Your Heart#97 - In My Feelings#99 - Ho Hey Billboard 200 Decade End 1. Adele - 212. Taylor Swift - 19893. Ed Sheeran - Divide4. Soundtrack - Frozen5. Post Malone - beerbongs & bentleys6. Post Malone - Stoney7. Imagine Dragons - Night Visions8. Ed Sheeran - X9. Drake - Views10. Kendrick Lamar - DAMN.12. Twenty One Pilots - Blurryface13. Soundtrack - The Greatest Showman14. Sam Smith - In The Lonely Hour15. Bruno Mars - Unorthodox Jukebox17. Chris Stapleton - Traveller18. Lady Antebellum - Need You Now16. Bruno Mars - 24K Magic19. Adele - 2520. Drake - Scorpion21. Florida Georgia Line - Here's To The Good Times22. Justin Bieber - My World 2.023. Eminem - Recovery24. Michael Buble - Christmas25. Luke Bryan - Crash My Party28. Travis Scott - ASTROWORLD29. Rihanna - Anti31. Lady Gaga - The Fame32. Taylor Swift - Red33. Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper - A Star is Born34. Imagine Dragons - Evolve35. Khalid - American Teen36. The Weeknd - Beauty Behind The Madness37. One Direction - Up All Night38. Cardi B - Invasion of Privacy39. The Weeknd - Starboy41. Justin Timberlake - The 20/20 Experience42. Soundtrack - Moana43. P!nk - The Truth About Love44. Katy Perry - Teenage Dream45. Drake - Take Care46. XXXTENTACION - ?47. Sam Hunt - Montevallo48. Drake - More Life49. Luke Bryan - Tailgates & Tanlines50. Taylor Swift - Speak Now52. Justin Bieber - Purpose53. Billie Eilish - When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?54. Bruno Mars - Doo-Wops & Hooligans55. The Lumineers - The Lumineers56. Katy Perry - PRISM58. Maroon 5 - V59. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis - The Heist62. Taylor Swift - Reputation63. fun. - Some Nights64. Maroon 5 - Overexposed65. Beyoncé - BEYONCE66. Eminem - The Marshall Mathers LP 267. Meghan Trainor - Title68. Ariana Grande - thank u, next69. A Boogie Wit da Hoodie - Hoodie SZN70. Drake - If You're Reading This It's Too Late71. Migos - Culture II72. Drake - Nothing Was the Same73. Carrie Underwood - Blown Away74. Eric Church - Chief75. Pentatonix - That's Christmas To Me76. Beyoncé - Lemonade78. Soundtrack - Guardians Of The Galaxy: Awesome Mix Vol. 179. Kendrick Lamar - good kid, m.A.A.d city80. J. Cole - 2014 Forest Hills Drive81. Adele - 1982. Khalid - Free Spirit83. Migos - Culture84. Lady Antebellum - Own the Night85. Susan Boyle - I Dreamed a Dream86. Nicki Minaj - Pink Friday87. Pentatonix - A Pentatonix Christmas88. Soundtrack - Pitch Perfect89. Justin Bieber - Believe90. Queen - Bohemian Rhapsody91. Justin Bieber - My World (EP)92. XXXTENTACION - 1793. Soundtrack - Black Panther: The Album94. One Direction - Take Me Home96. Soundtrack - Suicide Squad: The Album97. Soundtrack - Trolls98. Taylor Swift - Fearless99. Daft Punk - Random Access Memories100. Bryson Tiller - T R A P S O U L101. Rihanna - Loud104. OneRepublic - Native106. Rihanna - Unapologetic108. Miley Cyrus - Bangerz110. Fetty Wap - Fetty Wap111. SZA - CTRL112. Travis Scott - Birds In The Trap Sing McKnight113. Usher - Raymond vs. Raymond114. Soundtrack - Fifty Shades of Grey115. Kesha - Animal116. Eric Church - The Outsiders119. Luke Bryan - Kill the Lights121. Jay-Z - Magna Carta... Holy Grail122. Ariana Grande - Dangerous Woman123. Beyonceé - 4124. Nicki Minaj - The Pinkprint125. Soundtrack - Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse127. Rihanna - Talk that Talk129. Coldplay - Mylo Xyloto130. Lil Wayne - Tha Carter IV131. Drake - Thank Me Later132. Future - FUTURE133. Pharrell Williams - G I R L135. Various Artists - NOW 50136. One Direction - Midnight Memories137. Ariana Grande - Sweetener138. Lady Gaga - Born this Way139. Future - DS2142. Camila Cabello - Camila143. Robin Thicke - Blurred Lines145. Jay-Z & Kanye West - Watch The Throne146. Ariana Grande - My Everything147. Sam Smith - The Thrill of It All148. Alicia Keys - The Element of Freedom150. Kelly Clarkson - Wrapped in Red152. Lady Gaga - The Fame Monster (EP)153. Maroon 5 - Red Pill Blues155. Drake & Future - What a Time to Be Alive156. Justin Timberlake - The 20/20 Experience (2 of 2)157. The Band Perry - The Band Perry161. Susan Boyle - The Gift162. John Legend - Love into the Future163. Soundtrack - Les Miserables165. The Robertsons - Duck The Halls: A Robertson Family Christmas168. Carrie Underwood - Play On170. Florida Georgia Line - Anything Goes171. Kevin Gates - Islah173. Lil Wayne - Tha Carter V174. Miranda Lambert - Platinum175. Sade - Soldier of Love176. Ed Sheeran - +179. Michael Buble - To Be Loved180. Chris Brown - Indigo182. Shawn Mendes - Illuminate184. Eminem - Kamikaze185. Kanye West - The Life of Pablo186. J. Cole - KOD187. Soundtrack - Furious 7189. Sia - This Is Acting190. Panic! At The Disco - Pray for the Wicked192. G-Eazy - When It's Dark Out193. Michael Buble - Crazy Love194. Lil Wayne - I Am Not a Human Being195. Shawn Mendes - Shawn Mendes197. Various Artists - NOW 41198. Billie Eilish - Don't Smile at Me199. J. Cole - Born Sinner200. One Direction - FOUR
  4. iTunes WW: Days at #1 1. Pharrell Williams - Happy (188 days) 2. Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper - Shallow (154 days) 3. Adele - Hello (111 days) 4. Ed Sheeran - Shape of You (110 days) 5. Luis Fonsi - Despacito (103 days) 6. Carly Rae Jepsen - Call Me Maybe (100 days) 7. PSY - Gangnam Style (95 days) 8. Wiz Khalifa - See You Again (95 days) 9. Justin Bieber - Sorry (92 days) 10. Rihanna - We Found Love (76 days) 11. Camila Cabello - Havana (73 days) 12. Daft Punk - Get Lucky (68 days) 13. Eminem - Love The Way You Lie (65 days) 14. Maroon 5 - Moves Like Jagger (64 days) 15. Pitbull - Give Me Everything (63 days) 16. Ed Sheeran - Perfect (62 days) 17. Flo Rida - Whistle (60 days) 18. Coldplay - Something Just Like This (59 days) 19. The Black Eyed Peas - The Time (58 days) 20. Katy Perry - Roar (55 days) https://kworb.net/ww/totals.html
  5. En las respuestas del tuit está el resto de posiciones. La lista oficial la saca Billboard en Diciembre con todos los charts de Decade End.
  6. FUENTE: http://hitsdailydouble.com/news&id=316361 / http://hitsdailydouble.com/news&id=316358
  7. TOP 25 MOST STREAMED ALBUMS 1. Ed Sheeran - ÷ | 7.415B 2. Justin Bieber - Purpose | 6.129B 3. Ed Sheeran - x (Wembley Edition) | 5.949B 4. Post Malone - beerbongs & bentleys | 5.715B 5. Drake - Views | 5.545B 6. Dua Lipa - Dua Lipa | 5.362B 7. Drake - Scorpion | 4.976B 8. Post Malone - Stoney | 4.432B 9. The Weeknd - Starboy | 4.169B 10. Sam Smith - In The Lonely Hour (Drowning Shadows Edition) | 4.160B 11. The Weeknd - Beauty Behind The Madness | 3.962B 12. XXXTENTACION - ? | 3.464B 13. Kendrick Lamar - DAMN. | 3.447B 14. Twenty One Pilots - Blurryface | 3.363B 15. The Chainsmokers - Collage EP | 3.303B 16. Drake - More Life | 3.262B 17. Ariana Grande - My Everything | 3.194B 18. Shawn Mendes - Illuminate | 3.169B 19. Luis Fonsi - VIDA | 3.084B 20. Zara Larsson - So Good | 3.074B 21. Rihanna - ANTI | 3.033B 22. Ariana Grande - Dangerous Woman | 3.016B 23. Imagine Dragons - Night Visions | 2.988B 24. Maroon 5 - Red Pill Blues | 2.980B 25. Imagine Dragons - Evolve | 2.979B TOP 100:
  8. ¿Qué es una película perturbadora? Una película perturbadora, es decir, que altera el sosiego sobremanera, lo es o no dependiendo de la sensibilidad y el background (vital y cinematográfico) de cada espectador. No obstante, es obvio que hay una buena cantidad de films que pueden ser catalogados de perturbadores de mutuo acuerdo. Las características que comparten están claras: violencia (física y psíquica), sexo explícito, atmósferas enrarecidas... y si hay un poco de todo, mejor. En ciertas ocasiones, una técnica de grabación y/o montaje novedosa ayuda mucho a lograr el objetivo pretendido: trastornar las emociones del que mira. En definitiva, toda película perturbadora contiene uno o varios ingredientes que pueden ser incluidos en eso que llamamos 'temáticas escatológicas'. Normalmente, cuantos más de estos ingredientes se aglutinen en el film (de la manera correcta, claro), más veces apartaremos la mirada de la pantalla. A no ser que seas uno de esos que disfrutan sufriendo. Si es tu caso, estás de suerte: este artículo está dedicado a ti. Perturbador no es marginal Tras la elaboración de la siguiente lista, yo mismo me he sorprendido al descubrir que la mayoría de autores que firman los títulos incluidos son cineastas consagrados, algunos incluso de renombre. Y es que no hay que olvidar que lo desagradable y lo inquietante no dejan de ser, por más que a veces cueste reconocerlo y no apartar la mirada, la otra cara, la fea, de una misma moneda: reconocemos y nos repugna lo que vemos, en gran medida, porque también nosotros formamos parte de ello. 9 'I Spit on Your Grave' Una atractiva chica alquila una gran casa de campo para escribir su próxima novela. Un grupo de cuatro lugareños, atraídos por la novedad que supone la visita de una inquilina joven y de ciudad, decide ir a molestarla. Así, lo que debería haber sido un apacible y constructivo retiro, se convertirá para Jennifer Hills (Sarah Butler) en una inacabable pesadilla. Hasta aquí la primera parte. ¿La segunda? Jennifer se venga de sus desalmados agresores con la misma piedad que ellos mostraron con ella: ninguna. 'EI Spit on Your Grave' es el remake de la película homónima estrenada en 1978, por la que su protagonista, Camille Keaton, ganó el premio a Mejor Actriz en el Festival de Cine Fantástico de Sitges. 8 'Berberian Sound Studio' Esta producción inglesa es una auténtica rareza cinematográfica. Escrita y dirigida por Peter Strickland, 'Berberian Sound Studio' fue estrenada en 2012, convirtiéndose en uno de los films más celebrados a su paso por el circuito de festivales independientes. Su protagonista, Gilderoy (Toby Jones), es un ingeniero de sonido británico que viaja a Italia para participar en la última película de terror de Santini, el maestro del giallo (género de terror concebido y desarrollado en Italia). La ambientación (los 70's), la excelente (y oscura) iluminación, el escenario limitado (casi todo sucede dentro del inquietante Berberian Sound Studio), los personajes siniestros y la perspectiva (la de Gilderoy) desde la que se ofrece la historia recuerdan al más enrevesado Lynch. 7 'Holy Motors' No es que Leos Carax destaque por ser un director cuyas películas puedan ser catalogadas de normales, pero con 'Holy Motors' (2012) fue un paso más allá. Carax rompe la estructura temporal convencional para guiarnos a través un genuino tour de force de la mano de su actor fetiche, Denis Lavant. Se trata de un relato metacinematográfico (en un sentido estricto y nunca antes visto), en el que el intérprete hace de sí mismo (por decirlo de alguna manera) para ponerse en la piel de múltiples personajes. La acción transcurre en un solo día, a lo largo del cual se nos dan a conocer varias historias, todas ellas con gran carga dramática y lírica (marca distintiva del cineasta francés). Entre otros premios, fue elegida mejor película en los festivales de Sitges y Chicago. 6 'Canino' Cuando Yorgos Lanthimos filmó 'Canino' en 2009, su nombre apenas era conocido, al menos fuera del panorama artístico griego. Fue su tercera película y, tras ella, su particular visión de las relaciones humanas ya no volvería a pasar desapercibida. El film se centra en la peculiar manera que un matrimonio de clase alta tiene de educar a sus tres hijos, con sus propias reglas y conceptos impostados. Estos viven aislados en la gran casa familiar (de la que nunca han salido), pensando que el mundo es lo que sus padres les han dicho que es. Lanthimos narra la historia con mucha naturalidad, y precisamente ello, junto a las excelentes interpretaciones, es lo que provoca la sensación perturbadora: eso que vemos, tan antinatural, podría estar sucediendo en cualquier otro hogar, quizás en casa de nuestro vecino, ese que parece tan formal. 5 'Old Boy' 'Old Boy' es la historia de una venganza, en el que el cine surcoreano no tiene parangón. Park Chan-Wook dirige esta adaptación del cómic homónimo, convertida desde hace tiempo en película de culto. Un hombre es encerrado durante años en una pequeña habitación. Una vez fuera y cargado de ira, deberá descubrir los motivos y al culpable de tan cruel privación. Las magníficas (y explícitas) escenas de violencia y la excepcional puesta en escena (que reproduce en parte su fuente original, la novela gráfica), así como la propia épica de la historia, mantienen el desasosiego de principio a fin. Y, para rematar, también hay historia de amor. Perturbadora, claro. 4 'Crash' Son muchos los títulos de David Cronenberg que tienen un puesto merecido en esta lista. Pero de entre todos ellos, quizá sea 'Crash' (1996) el que se lleva la palma. ¿Por qué? Por la genial manera de abordar una temática tan compleja como los fetichismos, logrando que el espectador empatice (guardando las distancias) con unos personajes tan poco usuales. Y, además, por la abundante carga de violencia y sexo. Protagonizada por James Spader y Holly Hunter, ambos en estado de gracia, la película se adentra en la obsesión que desarrollan sus personajes por los accidentes y el peligro, y en cómo esa obsesión, vinculada férreamente al sexo, los introduce en una enfermiza espiral. Cronenberg escribió el guion a partir de la novela homónima de J.G. Ballard. 3 'Requiem for a Dream' Segunda película de Darren Aronofsky que lo catapultó a la categoría de autor de culto. 'Requiem for a Dream' (2000) es el retrato cinematográfico de la Adicción por antonomasia. El marcado estilo visual (deudor de los videoclips de los noventa), la soberbia interpretación de los actores, el ritmo trepidante y la falta de pudor a la hora de mostrarlo todo hacen que este film pueda llegar a provocar arcadas. La ambición desproporcionada es el eje que vertebra la historia, que cala hondo en el espectador al ser sus protagonistas personajes de a pie: unos jóvenes que quieren ganar mucho dinero vendiendo droga y una ama de casa cuyo único sueño es participar en un concurso de televisión. 2 'A Serbian Film' Un famoso actor porno retirado pasa por una mala racha económica. Mirando por su hijo y por su mujer, Milo (Srdjan Todorovic) decide aceptar un último trabajo dentro de la industria a la que hace tiempo dio la espalda. La cantidad de dinero que le ofrecen por el mismo es desproporcionada, pero hay un problema: los misteriosos contratantes no especifican a Milo en qué consistirá su labor en la película. Así, el espectador va descubriendo junto al protagonista el rol que ha de desempeñar delante de las cámaras. 'A Serbian Film' (2010) es la primera y única (por ahora) película de Srdjan Spasojevic, inscrita en el subgénero torture porn. Baste decir que Ángel Sala, director del Festival de Sitges (festival especializado en cine fantástico y de terror), fue denunciado por incluir la película en la programación. 1 'Black Swan' Sí, otra vez Aronofsky. Pero ahora con Natalie Portman. El cineasta norteamericano vuelve a poner todo su empeño en mostrar los recovecos más inaccesibles (más difíciles de retratar) de una obsesión, su temática predilecta. 'Black Swan' (2010) cuenta la historia de Nina, una bailarina de élite sometida a una inmensa presión por parte tanto de su madre (Barbara Hershey) como de su director (Vincent Cassel), de cara a la representación que ha de protagonizar: 'El lago de los cisnes'. A esa presión se suma la rivalidad que se establece entre Nina y una de sus compañeras, Lily (Mila Kunis). La grandeza del film reside en la capacidad que tiene de introducirnos en la mente de Nina, haciéndonos partícipes de su progresiva disociación entre realidad y ficción. Por supuesto, Portman obtuvo el Oscar a Mejor actriz por su interpretación. FUENTE: http://www.ecartelera.com/
  9. BEST Drake - “Nice for What” Best Rap Performance You know how American Sniper became the highest grossing film of 2014 despite its use of an almost satirically fake-looking prop baby? That’s kind of how Drake’s Scorpion feels in retrospect. But for Drake (and Clint Eastwood), sometimes you are so in touch with a segment of the population that literally nothing can bring you down. Released before You Are Hiding a Child-gate and sounding just as untouchable now, “Nice for What” is the triumphant sound of believing this truth to be self-evident. Sufjan Stevens - “Mystery of Love” Best Song Written for Visual Media It’s good to see that Grammy voters are also still laying alone at night, weeping, as they imagine Call Me By Your Name hunks Elio and Oliver running through the Alps as Sufjan whisper-croons. In a category that tends to reward razzmatazz musicals and saccharine animated films, it’s a relief to see Sufjan Stevens’ humble, gorgeous falsetto recognized. Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper - “Shallow” Song of the Year, Record of the Year, Best Pop Group Performance, Best Song Written for Visual Media As sure as Jackson Maine will always want to take another look at you, “Shallow” was bound to be nominated for a Grammy. (It’s actually nominated for four, which is one more than Ally was nominated for in the film. Take that, cinema.) It’s got it all: a girl living in the modern word, a boy keeping it so hardcore, a vague existential crisis with a sick riff. What will happen if it doesn’t win anything? The darkest “Oh, HOOOOH Oh HOAAHHOOAHHOAAAH” imaginable. Travis Scott - “Sicko Mode” [ft. Drake] Best Rap Performance, Best Rap Song As you read this, there is a 16 year old from Iowa creating a shoot-dancing Triller video to “Sicko Mode.” I don’t blame them, it’s an irresistible song that features Drake taking a nap thanks to a small dose of Xanax, Travis Scott inventing the beat switch (I’m kidding, he didn’t), and every producer ever on a single track, even your cousin who keeps DMing you a link to his lo-fi Bandcamp beat tape. That’s more than enough for a Grammy. St. Vincent: “Masseduction” Best Rock Song Very cool of all the baby boomers in the Recording Academy to nominate the title track off St. Vincent’s 2017 record—which is absolutely about dominatrix culture and queer subjectivity. The hook goes, “I can’t turn off what turns me on,” and there are two different references about how going to church is hot. This is in the running against weird, soulless ghoul acts that write equally ghoulish music. Here’s hoping Annie Clark goes full camp and revives the toilet costume for her Grammy performance, in effect confusing all the normies. Zedd, Maren Morris, and Grey - “The Middle” Best Pop Group Performance “The Middle” is essentially the sleeker new model of Zedd and Alessia Cara’s “Stay,” its chorus perfectly engineered to ricochet off the walls of your skull for eternity. Best Pop Group Performance might seem like an odd category considering Maren Morris is the only voice heard on the track, which boasts three featured producers and seven writers in total. But massive pop hits take a village, and her voice delivers every time, with and without the enormous stacks of vocoders. Big mood. (Still.) H.E.R. - “Focus” Best R&B Song When Rihanna used H.E.R.’s “Focus” in a slow-motion Instagram video, it was enough to make the most casual Robyn Fenty fan scream. The sensual sleeper hit elevated a selfie to a music video: Ri sits in a moving car, her hair flowing ethereally in the wind, while the sound of H.E.R.’s breathy voice trickles in like sunlight. The slow-burning “Focus” was enough to turn folks’ attention away from the Bad Gal for a sec while they wondered, “What’s that song?” Few have forgotten it since. Arctic Monkeys - “Four Out of Five” Best Rock Performance Alex Turner wrote a vaudevillian rock jingle about a taqueria on the moon that has good Yelp reviews, essentially. But the song takes the extremely cheeky idea of being kind of a narcissist about owning a restaurant (in space!), and turns it into a not so subtle critique of pop culture as a success-obsessed ouroboros. Feels on point for awards season. _____________________________________________________________________________ WORST Eminem - “Lucky You” [ft. Joyner Lucas] Best Rap Song There’s the moment in an NBA player’s career when it’s noticeable that they’re moving a little slower, shots aren’t falling, and their game no longer fits in the current era. In hip-hop, that was Eminem about a decade ago. Now, he’s busy clinging to preachy collaborators—hey, Joyner Lucas—using puns written for the days when his nemesis was Christina Aguilera, and still for some reason rapping so damn fast. Childish Gambino - “This Is America” Record of the Year, Song of the Year, Best Rap/Sung Performance, Best Music Video The arresting music video for Childish Gambino’s “This Is America” is just about perfect. But the Grammy for Record of the Year, Song of the Year, and Best Rap/Sung Performance—all the other categories the song is nominated for—should go to a song that is actually good. There is no “Atlanta” episode strong enough to justify Gambino doing a cartoonish impersonation of modern hip-hop flows and an instrumental that sounds like a high-budget, studio-funded parody of a fancified Atlanta sound. The only way Gambino could have made the song more unbearable was to add in a Tina Fey outro. Shawn Mendes - “In My Blood” Song of the Year “The concept of this song is about how it feels [when] you’re about to give up, and then you don’t,” young heartthrob Shawn Mendes once said of his hit single/minor Fuel flashback “In My Blood.” It’s an evergreen story that’s inspired some of my favorite art ever: the last verse of Bruce Springsteen’s “The Promised Land” and the ending of pretty much every movie ever made about boxing. But this particular pump-up anthem is more like a series of vague gestures, a weary sigh where some words of encouragement should be—how it feels when you’re about to say something, and then you don’t. Bring Me the Horizon - “MANTRA” Best Rock Song To its credit, this song checks all the angsty, vaguely sexual “punk” boxes that a Bring Me the Horizon song requires. But of all the possible songs that could have been nominated for Best Rock Song, why pick one that says, “Before the truth will set you free, it’ll piss you off”? This is the hell where Hot Topic and the Grammys converge. Maroon 5 - “Girls Like You” [ft. Cardi B] Best Pop Group Performance It’s telling that on their hit “Girls Like You,” Adam Levine never actually describes what the girl is like. He only really says two things about the subject’s personality: She likes guys 1) who are having fun and 2) are like Adam Levine. The song is like all the other suburban mom-bait that Maroon 5 have been cranking out for over a decade: Levine gives a nasal-forward delivery of a simple funk-inflected melody. Not even Cardi B’s verse can rescue it; next to her explosive charisma, the band looks like dried-out crudités at a party that for some reason, is always there, but no one is ever enthusiastic about. Jay Rock - “WIN” [ft. Kendrick Lamar] Best Rap Song “WIN” isn’t obnoxious just because Jay Rock repeats the word “win” 18 times in each chorus. It’s also the fact that he delivers the word with the desperation of a washed high school football coach looking to take the conference championship. And says the phrase “get out the way” like an insecure karaoke rendition of Ludacris’ “Move Bitch.” But somehow, the most hilarious moment comes from Pulitzer Prize-winning Kendrick Lamar, when he yelps “mommy!” in a tiny ad-lib. And that’s just the hook! twenty one pilots - “Jumpsuit” Best Rock Song I became more interested in this song when I learned that, lyrically, it stems from an elaborate fictional universe that front-pilot Tyler Joseph invented, centered on the city of Dema, where nine bishops rule the land and personify his various insecurities. It’s the kind of attention to detail and conceptual forethought that made me consider exploring this mega-popular alternative rock band’s catalog. In an instant, I envisioned myself mapping out the geography of Dema, maybe finding a small corner to call my own and settling down with my wife and kids to escape the mostly thankless life of being a blogger. Sadly for me, Dema almost instantly reveals itself to be gated by the impenetrable vocal affectations of Tyler Joseph (example: jumpsuit = “jah sioux”). Life comes flooding back. My fantasies remain just that. Greta Van Fleet - “Black Smoke Rising” Best Rock Song They seem like nice fellows. Good luck to them. 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  10. Post Malone - beerbongs & bentleys 2X Platino Cardi B - Invasion Of Privacy 2X Platino Migos - Culture II 2X Platino Álbumes lanzados el 2018 y certificados 1X Platino durante ese mismo año: Camila Cabello - Camila XXXTentacion - ? Travis Scott - ASTROWORLD J. Cole - KOD Various Artists - Black Panther Soundtrack Eminem - Kamikaze Drake - Scorpion Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper - A Star Is Born Soundtrack FUENTE: https://www.instagram.com/p/BrntWE_hhBC/
  11. Spotify presenta tus canciones más escuchadas de 2018 La plataforma de streaming musical puso en marcha Wrapped 2018, herramienta que permite conocer el resumen de cada usuario desglosado en artistas, canciones y géneros más escuchados. Tal como hizo en 2017, Spotify dio a sus usuarios la posibilidad de conocer su resumen anual de artistas, canciones y géneros más escuchados durante 2018. En un formato dinámico y colorido, el servicio online permite -desde navegador web y la aplicación- descubrir su propio ránking, incluyendo estadísticas como la cantidad de minutos que escuchó música y sugerencias para comenzar el 2019. Aquí acceden a la página: ---> https://spotifywrapped.com/es-419/
  12. Lista: 50. SOB x RBE - Gangin 49. Georgia Anne Muldrow - Overload 48. Kamasi Washington - Heaven And Earth 47. Skee Mask - Compro 46. Blood Orange - Negro Swan 45. Cat Power - Wanderer 44. Camp Cope - How To Socialise & Make Friends 43. Sleep - The Sciences 42. Adrianne Lenker - abysskiss 41. Ty Dolla $ign/Jeremih - MihTy 40. Iceage - Beyondless 39. The Internet - Hive Mind 38. Kali Uchis - Isolation 37. JPEGMAFIA - Veteran 36. Rico Nasty - Nasty 35. A.A.L. - 2012-2017 34. Neneh Cherry - Broken Politics 33. Sheck Wes - MUDBOY 32. Let’s Eat Grandma - I’m All Ears 31. Arctic Monkeys - Tranquility Base Hotel And Casino 30. Christine And The Queens - Chris 29. boygenius - s/t EP 28. Deafheaven - Ordinary Corrupt Human Love 27. Soccer Mommy - Clean 26. Vince Staples - FM! 25. Playboi Carti - Die Lit 24. Julia Holter - Aviary 23. Travis Scott - Astroworld 22. U.S. Girls - In A Poem Unlimited 21. The 1975 - A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships 20. Beach House - 7 19. Cardi B - Invasion Of Privacy 18. SOPHIE - OIL OF EVERY PEARL’S UN-INSIDES 17. Pusha-T - Daytona 16. Jon Hopkins - Singularity 15. Noname - Room 25 14. Amen Dunes - Freedom 13. Tirzah - Devotion 12. CupcaKke - Ephorize 11. Ariana Grande - sweetener 10. Yves Tumor - Safe In The Hands Of Love 9. Tierra Whack - Whack World 8. Low - Double Negative 7. Earl Sweatshirt - Some Rap Songs 6. Rosalía - El Mal Querer 5. Snail Mail - Lush 4. Robyn - Honey 3. DJ Koze - Knock Knock 2. Kacey Musgraves - Golden Hour 1. Mitski - Be the cowboy Fuente: https://pitchfork.com/features/lists-and-guides/the-50-best-albums-of-2018/?page=5
  13. This year was marked by artist statements — in the form of splashy releases like Cardi B’s debut project, Shawn Mendes’s self-titled work and Robyn’s long-awaited release — that announced the arrival of personalities with strong musical, and emotional, points of view. Led by the voices of women coming into their own—like Janelle Monáe, Mitski, Camila Cabello and Kacey Musgraves—the year’s musical output gave us rich insight into the inner worlds of young stars and maturing acts alike. From Latin-forward rap to searching pop and evolved R&B, these albums showcase artists at the peak of their craft. 10. Camila Cabello - Camila 9. The 1975 - A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships 8. Kacey Musgraves - Golden Hour 7. Troye Sivan - Bloom 6. Robyn - Honey 5. J Balvin - Vibras 4. Shawn Mende - Shawn Mendes 3. Mitski - Be The Cowboy 2. Janelle Monae - Dirty Computer 1. Cardi B - Invasion of Privacy Por si les interesa leer el comentario sobre cada disco: http://time.com/5455075/best-albums-2018/
  14. La lista está ordenada por la cantidad de semanas que pasaron en el #1 del chart Latino que existe desde Julio de 1993. 1. Gloria Estefan - Mi Tierra (58 weeks) 2. Ozuna - Odisea (46 weeks) 3. Selena - Dreaming of You (44 weeks) 4. Luis Miguel - Segundo Romance (29 weeks) 5. Ricky Martin - Vuelve (26 weeks) 6. Daddy Yankee - Barrio Fino (24 weeks) 7. Aventura - The Last (23 weeks) 8. Selena - Amor Prohibido (20 weeks) 9. Juan Gabriel - Los Duo 2 (20 weeks) 10. Christina Aguilera - Mi Reflejo (19 weeks) 11. Romeo Santos - Formula: Vol. 1 (17 weeks) 12. Shakira - Fijacion Oral: Vol. 1 (17 weeks) 13. Enrique Iglesias - Sex & Love (16 weeks) 14. Enrique Iglesias - Vivir (15 weeks) 15. Daddy Yankee - Barrio Fino: En Directo (14 weeks) 16. Marc Anthony - Libre (14 weeks) 17. Marc Anthony - Desde Un Principio: From the Beginning (13 weeks) 18. Shakira - Sale El Sol (12 weeks) 19. Alejandro Fernandez - Me Estoy (12 weeks) 20. Son By Four - Son By Four (12 weeks)
  15. 1. Prince and The Revolution - Purple Rain (1984) 2. Michael Jackson - Thriller (1982) 03. N.W.A. - Straight Outta Compton (1988) 04. Kate Bush - Hounds of Love (1985) 05. Talking Heads - Remain in Light (1980) 06. Public Enemy - It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back (1988) 07. Sonic Youth - Daydream Nation (1987) 08. Janet Jackson - Control (1986) 09. The Cure - Disintegration (1989) 10. Sade - Diamond Life (1985) 11. Eric B. & Rakim - Paid in Full (1987) 12. Joy Division - Closer (1980) 13. The Smiths - The Queen Is Dead (1986) 14. Pixies - Doolittle (1989) 15. Beastie Boys - Paul’s Boutique (1989) 16. Madonna - Madonna (1983) 17. Prince - Sign o’ the Times (1987) 18. Kraftwerk - Computer World (1981) 19. New Order - Power, Corruption & Lies (1983) 20. Boogie Down Productions - Criminal Minded (1987) Lista completa con los 200 álbumes: https://pitchfork.com/features/lists-and-guides/the-200-best-albums-of-the-1980s/
  16. Contando desde la semana del 5 de diciembre de 2009 a la actual. Las ventas hasta Diciembre de 2014 son sólo ventas PURAS, de ahí en adelante todo contando SPS 1. ADELE — 25.496.000 2. TAYLOR SWIFT — 24.342.000 3. DRAKE — 22.932.000 4. JUSTIN BIEBER — 14.192.000 5. EMINEM — 13.143.000 6. LUKE BRYAN — 9.939.000 7. ED SHEERAN — 9.789.000 8. BRUNO MARS — 9.243.000 9. LADY GAGA — 9.187.000 10. LADY ANTEBELLUM — 8.641.000 11. ONE DIRECTION — 8.322.000 12. KENDRICK LAMAR — 8.253.000 13. MICHAEL BUBLÉ — 8,127,000 14. JASON ALDEAN — 8,015,000 15. BEYONCÉ — 7,921,000 16 - THE WEEKND — 7,850,000 17 ZAC BROWN BAND — 7,750,000 18. BLAKE SHELTON —7,718,000 19. RIHANNA — 7,700,000 20. SUSAN BOYLE — 7,296,000 21. J COLE — 6,890,000 22. FUTURE — 6,817,000 23. IMAGINE DRAGONS — 6,733,000 24. MUMFORD & SONS — 6,621,000 25. GLEE CAST — 6,502,000 Fuente: UKMix
  17. 1. A Guy Called Gerald - Voodoo Ray (1988) 2. Inner City - Big Fun (1988) 3. 808 State - Pacific State (1989) 4. LFO - LFO (1990) 5. Future Sound of London - Papua New Guinea (1991) 6. Orbital - Belfast (1991) 7. The Orb - Little Fluffy Clouds (1991) 8. Gat Décor - Passion (1992) 9. M-Beat feat. General Levy - Incredible (1994) 10. Goldie - Inner City Life (1994) How it changed dance music: By anyone’s estimation a gold-toothed Brummie lad isn’t your everyday cultural icon, but Goldie has nonetheless become something of a national treasure - and with good reason. Breaking out with Inner City Life in 1994, Clifford Joseph Price, MBE’s bittersweet love letter to the grittier pockets of the UK launched the artist’s career and earned him an instant classic.Inner City Life rewired British pop music and led the star to collaborate with everyone from Björk and David Bowie. 11. Underworld - Born Slippy (1995) How it changed dance music: As club records go, Underworld's Born Slippy .NUXX has probably induced more arms-in-the-air, eyes-closed moments than any on this list. Produced by Karl Hyde and Rick Smith and made famous by Trainspotting, Born Slippy .NUXX, with its transcendent synths and contorted vocals, took the emotions of a jilted generation and turned them into an anthem of the UK. The track remains just as stirring and iconic, and was even used again in the trailer for 2017 sequel film, T2 Trainspotting. 12. Björk - Hyperballad (1996) How it changed dance music: Björk’s genius is pretty much a given by now, but the Icelandic musician's 1996 wandering daydream Hyperballad took her singular brand of experimental pop music and fused several electronic influences (acid house, drum 'n' bass, folktronica), fixating dance fans as well as the masses. It was a vision of a sonic future and proved you don’t need to change your sound or self to be accepted. 13. The Chemical Brothers - Block Rockin Beats (1997) 14. Roni Size, Reprazent - Brown Paper Bag (1997) 15. Roy Davis Jr feat. Peven Everett - Gabriel (1997) 16. The Prodigy - Firestarter (1997) 17. Aphex Twin - Windowlicker (1999) 18. Lauren Garnier - The Man With The Red Face (1999) 19. Daft Punk - One More Time (2001) How it changed dance music: When One More Time hit the airwaves, the era of the superclub was in full dominance. Cue two robots who yearned to be born in Chicago but instead merged the sound of vintage soul and Frankie Knuckles with an indescribable yet insatiable French touch. One More Time glistened like Studio 54 had been transported to Paris and house music found its second coming in the form of French house. Fellow countrymen Cassius, Busy P, Étienne de Crécy and the eponymous label that is Ed Banger records would all find their inspiration in Daft Punk’s breakout hit. Who it influenced: Kanye West, Pharrell Williams, Phoenix, LCD Soundsystem... the list is endless. 20. High Contrast - Racing Green (2004) 21. Soulwax E-Talking (2004) 22. Justice vs Simian - We Are Your Friends (2006) 23. Burial - Archangel (2007) How it changed dance music: Before dubstep became shorthand for wobbly remixes uploaded to YouTube, Archangel - produced by the mysterious Burial - marked the evolution of Jamaican dub and jungle and became a haunting score to modern life. In 2007, Simon Reynolds called Untrue, the album that spawned Archangel, "the most important electronic album of the century so far”, and, over a decade on, the claim still holds weight. Who it influenced: Archangel became a precursor for post-dubstep acts like James Blake, The xx and Mount Kimbie, while even pop stars like Britney Spears and Taylor Swift have incorporated Burial-esque sounds into their music. 24. La Roux - In For The Kill (Skream Remix) (2009) 25. Caribou - Sun (2010) 26. Julio Bashmore - Au Seve (2012) 27. Disclosure feat. Sam Smith - Latch (2012) 28. Daniel Avery - Drone Logic (2014) 29. Bicep - Glue (2017) 30. Peggy Gou - It Makes You Forget (2018)
  18. 1. Missy Elliot Missy es la candidata más obvia para recibir este especial trofeo en el futuro. Sus contribuciones a la generación de Total Request Live de MTV fueron algunas de las piezas de videos pop más surreales, inventivas y ampliamente imitadas de la época. Una combinación perfecta para la música ecléctica y atrevida que ella estaba haciendo en aquel tiempo. Desde la bolsa de basura y ojo de pez en "The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly)" a la mansión embrujada tipo Beetlejuice de "Lose Control" o dejando que estrellas adolescentes bailaran en clips como "Gossip Folks" y "Work It", los productos de su singular visión se han convertido en uno de los momentos que más han perdurado en la historia de los videos musicales. 2. Joseph Kahn Los VMA no han reconocido a un director de videos musicales desde hace más de una década, y Joseph Kahn es uno de los más ideales candidatos al premio. Ha estado dirigiendo videos por casi de 30 años y su lista de colabroadores no tiene comparación. Él es el hombre detrás de de la fantasía vampírica de "Everybody" de los Backstreet Boys, del enfrentamiento entre Brandy y Mónica en "The Boy Is Mine" y la épica agente secreta vengativa interpretada por Britney Spears en "Toxic". 3. Eminem Cambiando erráticamente de gravemente serio a completamente loco, Eminem ha sido un maestro de videos musicales innovadores. Su mejor trabajo proviene de sus colaboraciones con Phillip Atwell, que conducen a clips tontos y provocativos en los que el rapero ha retratado a varias celebridades (como Bill Clinton y Johnny Carson en "My Name Is"), pacientes de sala de psiquiatría ("The Real Slim Shady") y versiones dramatizadas de él mismo ("Stan").Ya sea atrapando a las estrellas más importantes de la cultura pop o abordando relaciones tóxicas y violencia doméstica, los videos de Eminem siempre han tenido un impacto innegable. 4. Lady Gaga Más recientemente, Lady Gaga ha sido responsable por hacer de los videos musicales un evento otra vez. Hizo su debut justo en la era en que TRL era reemplazado por Youtube, pero eso no detuvo a Gaga de hacer componentes visuales más largos, llenos de trama y moda vanguardista para combinar con su música. 5. Marc Webb Otro excelente candidato al Video Vanguard Award es Marc Webb, el director de algunos de los mejores videos de rock alternativo de los 2000s. Trabajando con artistas como Green Day, the Used y Evanescense, Webb ayudó a mantener a un montón de músicos de rock del nuevo milenio a la par con los artistas pop y hip-hop que dominaban el universo de MTV en aquel tiempo. Su más notable contribución fue el dramático, funeral emo-goth de My Chemical Romance en "Helena". ¿Cuál es tu video preferido de estos artistas? ¿Quién debería ganar el próximo año?
  19. Las tablas no traen datos de pure sales, es sólo SPS total y el número de streams que llevan este año (audio+video en spotify, youtube, etc)
  20. Álbumes con título y fecha: 1. Tinashe - Nashe 16 de Julio R&B 2. The Internet - Hive Mind 20 de Julio R&B 3. Iggy Azalea - Surviving The Summer 3 de Agosto Pop 4. Nicki Minaj - Queen 10 de Agosto Rap 5. Ariana Grande - Sweetener 17 de Agosto Pop 6. Meghan Trainor - Treat Myself 31 de Agosto Pop 7. Troye Sivan - Bloom 31 de Agosto Pop 8. The 1975 - A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships Octubre Pop Álbumes sin fecha o título, pero anunciados para este año: 1. Lady Gaga - A Star Is Born Soundtrack Pop 2. Madonna - TBA Pop 3. Céline Dion - TBA Pop 4. Jennifer Lopez - Por Primera Vez Pop 5. Avril Lavigne - TBA Pop 6. Liam Payne - TBA Pop 7. Louis Tomlinson - TBA Pop 8. Zayn - TBA Pop 9. Clean Bandit - TBA Pop 10. Marina - TBA Pop 11. Sophie Ellis Bextor - The Song Diaries Dance 12. Grimes - TBA (Prometió 2 discos) Alternativo 13. Azealia Banks - Fantasea II: The Second Wave Rap
  21. Son 23 en total pero sólo puse a los conocidos. Lista completa con más detalles de cada álbum y etc aquí: https://www.billboard.com/articles/columns/chart-beat/8464091/acts-with-at-least-two-hot-100-no-1s-debut-album-cardi-b 1. Whitney Houston - Whitney Houston (1985-86) "Saving All My Love For You" 1 semana, "How Will I Know" 2 semanas, "Greatest Love Of All" 3 semanas. 2. Tiffany Darwish - Tiffany (1987-88) "I Think We're Alone Now" 2 semanas y "Could've Been" 2 semanas 3. Mariah Carey - Mariah Carey (1990-91) "Vision Of Love" 4 semanas, "Love Takes Times" 3 semanas, "Someday" 2 semanas, "I Don't Wanna Cry" 2 semanas. 4. Christina Aguilera - Christina Aguilera (1999-2000) "Genie in a Bottle" 5 semanas, "What a Girl Wants" 2 semanas, "Come On Over Baby (All I Want Is You)" 4 semanas. 5. Beyoncé - Dangerously In Love (2003) "Crazy In Love" 8 semanas y "Baby Boy" 9 semanas 6. Fergie - The Dutchess (2006-07) "London Bridge" 3 semanas, "Glamorous" 2 semanas, "Big Girls Don't Cry" 1 semana 7. Lady Gaga - The Fame (2009) "Just Dance" 3 semanas y "Poker Face" 1 semana 8. Bruno Mars - Doo-Woops & Hooligans (2010-11) "Just The Way You Are" 4 semanas y "Grenade" 4 semanas 9. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis - The Heist (2013) "Thrift Shop" 6 semanas y "Can't Hold Us" 5 semanas 10. Cardi B - Invasion Of Privacy (2017-18) "Bodak Yellow (Money Moves)" 3 semanas y "I Like It" 1 semana