Some great tracks in the first batch here! Great presentation. It's similar to my Country Top 400 countdown on UKMiX. You're putting a lot of effort into it and it shows; great with the video embeds! You're lucky that all of these releases are on YouTube/vevo. For my countdown i'm steadily upping content to YouTube... lol Keep up the good work!
Post by Daryl the Beryl on Dec 11, 2015 23:42:49 GMT -5
"Run Away with Me"
Carly Rae Jepsen
Daryl says: Here's one that most of you will love. As most of you know by now, this song flopped on the top 40 charts, despite the positive reception of her album. I personally think this song is better than her last single, and it managed to squeeze into my chart for one week.
Post by Daryl the Beryl on Dec 11, 2015 23:46:35 GMT -5
Florida Georgia Line
From: Anything Goes
Daryl says: Hands down my least favorite Florida Georgia Line single. They've been pretty hit or miss, they've churned out songs that I like, such as "Dirt" or even the feel-good (IMO) songs "Cruise" and "Sippin' On Fire". This, however, belongs to the "miss" category, with poor lyrical content (despite the song being kinda catchy). Hence, it's low peak on my chart.
Post by Daryl the Beryl on Dec 11, 2015 23:54:03 GMT -5
"Better Than You Left Me"
From: Mickey Guyton - EP
Daryl says: I downloaded this song in the later part of its run on the country charts (if I recalled correctly), but it's still one of the best country debut singles from a female artist; Guyton's vocals are great and heartfelt.
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