The Good & The Ugly: 2012

This year was SOOOOOO good. 2012 was loaded with these strange new appearances and unlikely chart toppers that made for brilliant pop songs. Rap was finally starting to find its footing after a rough start to the decade. The real point of note is what hit the top 3 on the charts. All of them were seemingly random indie tracks with no track record as evidence on why they ended up at the top of the charts. There was something so fascinating…

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I get real nerdy about music and other things

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