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1  General / Off-Topic / Re: Artists that were in the year-end in the 2000s that can return in the 2020s? on: October 21, 2019, 10:07:03 PM
Paul Anka
2  General / Off-Topic / Re: Music on: October 21, 2019, 10:06:35 PM
Also worth mentioning Billie Eilish's bad guy is closing in on the record for most weeks in the top 10, which seems very doable because of how dry the music market is rn.
3  General / Off-Topic / Re: Artists that were in the year-end in the 2000s that can return in the 2020s? on: October 20, 2019, 02:54:50 PM
Chris Brown is going to do it.

Actually, I'm not even sure.
please god i hope not
4  General / Off-Topic / Re: Our World Today (2019 Canadian federal elections poll!) on: October 20, 2019, 08:45:55 AM
First time voting tomorrow. Woo.
5  General / Off-Topic / Re: Music on: October 20, 2019, 08:10:10 AM
Frank Ocean season.
6  General / Off-Topic / Re: Artists that were in the year-end in the 2000s that can return in the 2020s? on: October 05, 2019, 10:30:52 PM
uhhh nickelback???????

Also, I would like to argue all of The Beatles were more popular in the 70s than the 80s.
7  General / Off-Topic / Re: Music on: October 01, 2019, 06:07:58 PM
He means first week sales
yeah lol sorry

Also, since DaBaby's new album came out, I would now like to announce that I would like to take over as DaBaby's manager. His manager did a good job getting him this far, but now he needs someone to tell him to not use the same flow, choose better beats and have longer features.
8  General / Off-Topic / Re: Music on: October 01, 2019, 01:16:02 PM
Here's my defence of Tyler in that spot --

Overall, Tyler still has the 2nd highest selling debut for any hip hop album this year, only behind Hollywood's Bleeding. He's touring in arenas now (MSG-sized artist) and his last two albums were very very successful both financially and critically. Pretty much anyone who likes hip hop has heard at least one of his songs, and he's probably the frontrunner for the hip hop Grammy next year. Also, Earfquake is a big hit, and Playboi Carti's feature isn't even listed. He definitely has more influence on the current scene than Eminem does.

That being said, Tyler is a weak #7 and if IGOR really dies off and doesn't get any love at the Grammys, he will probably start to go back down, especially since he doesn't really do big features at all. We'll see where his career takes him, but I really do hope someday he can crack the top 5. If you want to argue Post Malone isn't a real rapper, he's #6.
9  General / Off-Topic / Re: Music on: October 01, 2019, 12:39:02 PM
I updated my list of the most popular rappers around again. "This list is the top 50 most relevant rappers as of the end of 2018. I compiled data based on recent numbers, popularity, features, critics/audience response, etc. to determine who I think the most relevant rappers are as of the end of this year. Not including groups on the list like Migos/BROCKHAMPTON, although I include specific members. Lemme know how accurate you think my list is."

Top 50 Most Relevant Rappers as of 2019 Quarter 3:
1. Drake (=)
2. Kendrick Lamar (=)
3. Post Malone (=)
4. Travis Scott (=)
5. Cardi B (=)
6. J. Cole (=)
7. Tyler, the Creator (=)
8. Eminem (=)
9. Jay-Z (+2)
10. Kanye West (+2)
11. Lil Wayne (-1)
12. Childish Gambino (+1)
13. Meek Mill (+1)
14. Offset (+2)
15. A$AP Rocky (+2)
16. Young Thug (+20)
17. Chance the Rapper (-8)
18. Lil Uzi Vert (+4)
19. DaBaby (+24)
20. Quavo (-5)
21. Lil Baby (+5)
22. Juice WRLD (-2)
23. 21 Savage (-5)
24. Future (-3)
25. Ski Mask the Slump God (=)
26. Lil Nas X (+4)
27. Logic (-8)
28. Gunna (-1)
29. Megan Thee Stallion (+20)
30. Lizzo (+14)
31. Big Sean (-7)
32. Playboi Carti (-3)
33. Nicki Minaj (-10)
34. Pusha T (-6)
35. Earl Sweatshirt (=)
36. A Boogie wit da Hoodie (+2)
37. Swae Lee (+9)
38. 2 Chainz (-7)
39. Blueface (-6)
40. Schoolboy Q (-6)
41. Lil Tecca (NEW!)
42. Tyga (-3)
43. Anderson .Paak (-1)
44. YG (-4)
45. Denzel Curry (NEW!)
46. JID (-1)
47. YBN Cordae (NEW!)
48. Joey Bada$$ (-7)
49. Lil Pump (-12)
50. Trippie Redd (NEW!)
Leaving the top 50: Kodak Black, Gucci Mane, Joyner Lucas, Lil Yachty
10  General / Off-Topic / Re: Music on: September 29, 2019, 04:25:38 PM
still working with the nfl *thumbs down*
11  General / Off-Topic / Re: hey look a conservative guy (Politics Topic) on: September 29, 2019, 04:23:50 PM
Brother E: There's no need for a strike, people just don't need to throw garbage into the road and the factories need to not dump their waste in the rivers.
The climate change strike is not simply about "going green" by not littering, recycling, using more fuel-efficient cars, etc. Doing these things are not enough, nor has anyone done anything about even changing those things. We are in a global climate crisis. As a planet, we need to respond immediately to the imminent catastrophe in 2 ways:

1. Mitigation -- Reducing the amount of greenhouse gases going into our atmosphere.
2. Adaptation -- Learning to adapt to the climate change that is already happening.

Also, we cannot wait to "feel" the effect of global warming because of the time lag that global warming has. The global heat rise we are experiencing today is actually caused by previous amount of global warming. If we stopped 100% of our emissions today, our planet would still experience some effect of our climate change for the next few years, before eventually stopping. We cannot let it get any warmer than it is already going to.

Our future is at stake. This isn't a minor issue. This is beyond a major issue. There is fact behind this that you can easily find on very official sites, such as NASA.

I am willing to talk about the urgency of this with anyone who wants to talk.
12  General / Off-Topic / Re: Music on: September 29, 2019, 03:45:01 PM
jlo and shakira halftime 2020 *thumbs down*
13  General / Off-Topic / Re: hey look a conservative guy (Politics Topic) on: September 26, 2019, 10:26:58 AM
I am resisting getting involved in this debate and would just like to say that our biggest problem should be the climate...I hope everyone here is planning on attending the climate strike. Our planet is already screwed, and if we continue to do nothing, things will continue to get worse...

Please please please get involved and talk to people about this. The Paris Agreement has not been going well and even if it had, it wouldn't be enough to save our environment.
14  General / Other Games / Re: Mario Kart series on: September 25, 2019, 11:12:51 PM
Did anyone get the new app? I've been digging it.
15  General / Off-Topic / Re: Music on: September 18, 2019, 11:02:16 AM
Lol I meant in terms of their performance on the song, I'd probably go Ari > Lana > Miley in terms of their overall music (Miley has potential for sure but she almost always finds a way to waste it)
Also wow you're here for once
ohhh gotcha (and yeah, I used to show up about every day, but not stay long, but since I've started university I've decided to completely go inactive)

I saw Tyler, the Creator a couple weeks ago in concert btw!
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