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This article blew me away. I had heard of some fraudulent shit happening in streaming but this was a huge eye opener, wow!
Everyday, millions of people celebrate a birthday and every one of those people has a name. The Birthday Crew appears to be on a mission to record a version of “Happy Birthday” for each of them. The group already has the biggies out of the way — “Happy Birthday Matthew” has nearly 400,000 streams — as well as some of the not-so-biggies, including Twyla, Una, and Vada. Once they’ve recorded songs for Frostine, Puck, and Thibault, their work will be complete. Plenty of other artists on Spotify are racking up royalty checks with this same ploy, including Birthday with Bonzo, whose “Levi Happy Birthday to You” has nearly a million streams, and Special Occasions Library, which has sung “Happy Birthday” to Stevie 941,000 times.
Before Spotify, before iTunes, and before the democratization of the music industry, Matt Farley was writing songs about, well, everything. The Massachusetts man has used dozens of pseudonyms to write more than 18,500 songs, many with titles designed for people dicking around on Spotify and searching for, say, the name of their home town. mong Farley’s most popular pseudonyms is the Toilet Bowl Cleaners, whose “The Poop Song” has been streamed more than 400,000 times.
With 65 albums, most with more than 50 tracks, Sir Juan Mutant appears at first glance to be among the most prolific artists on Spotify. But dig a little deeper and it quickly becomes clear that something fishy is going on. Several of the albums use the same artwork, while others have many of the same songs. Take, as a representation of his catalogue, the album Cash the System, which has 50 tracks and clocks in at over 11 hours. The first track, “Can’t Pay You,” is just over three minutes of noodling on a distorted guitar. The 10th track, “Did You Distort Their Minds,” is the exact same song, as is the 11th track, “The Same Agreement,” the 12th track “Bubble Gum,” and the 17th track “Did You Put that Man on Fire.” This is classic keyword spam. By flooding Spotify with song titles, Sir Juan Mutant is increasing his odds that someone will accidentally listen to one. And each time someone does, his bank account grows by a fraction of a cent.
If you are interested about investing, this is a must read. If I had a dollar for every time I heard someone say what the market will do in the short term…smh. Next time you hear anyone calling a market top, grab them by the throat and say this to their (stunned) face: “Give me a definite day and time this happens and an exact number we will drop down to. And write it down you jackass so I can come back and make you feel like an ignorant fool”. That should shut them up…but it likely won’t…so avoid them lol.
This is an interview of a sugar baby and how he makes $3,300 a month. Must be nice. I wonder if he declares it as income. I swear the IRS can make a huge dent on this crap if it attacks these websites! Did you think how to get 5x doing this? I know you did you miles junkie 🙂
Since I suck on blog monetization, maybe it is not too late to get in on this? Maybe it will motivate me to work on my physique so I can be sexy to my sugar mama? #fantasy hehe
I have written about this before here. This is just an amazing video about the last traditional honey harvest. Must click!
As an Eminem fan, this account and footage of how Dr. Dre discovered Eminem is absolutely awesome!
This is one of those videos that make you scratch your head. Weird is an understatement. From Japan, not surprised. Maybe not super safe for work…
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