It’s time! After The Weeknd and Shania Twain we continue our Canadian road trip with one more stop today. As we get closer to Christmas, holidays habits come back to the surface. Since 2011, Michael Buble made Continue reading “CSPC: Michael Bublé Popularity Analysis”
I won’t lie, I’m not going to tell you she is going to return soon. With no new album since 14 years, a comeback of Shania Twain was more than rumored this year with the Country legend tweeting Continue reading “CSPC: Shania Twain Popularity Analysis”
Yesterday within’ Frozen study I referred to the Black Friday as the opening of the Holiday season. From the other side of the mirror, it is also the final curtain call of the release schedule fever after three months full of major artists new albums releases.
That busy season started as every year in late August with simultaneous releases from Celine Dion, Barbra Streisand, Britney Spears and Continue reading “Understanding: Worldwide Estimations Information”
Winter is coming. No, it isn’t about the release of Game Of Thrones seventh season, you will have to wait a few more months for that. Every year, the week of Thanksgiving / Black Friday combo is regarded as the starting point of the so much anticipated holiday season. That part of the year strongly impacts our cultural environment. All Medias turn on their Christmas program lists from November. Music is no Continue reading “CSPC: Frozen OST Popularity Analysis”
We started by defining the Commensurate Sales to Popularity Concept, then we applied it to 1975 biggest albums to understand how much the differences of catalog exploitation by labels may impact the success perception. To get the CSPC force fully up and running we now need to analyze the case of a recent artist to highlight how this revolutionary methodology enables us to compare album successes from very different eras.
To do that, the perfect example happens to be Rihanna. Why Continue reading “CSPC: Rihanna Popularity Analysis”