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Lil Nas X: ‘Old Town Road’ turns 3


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sillynate

He changed the industry!!! Before OTR, short songs (2:59 or less) were somewhat rare. Now it’s the industry standard! We love to see that kind of power :party:

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Debithius
2 hours ago, sillynate said:

He changed the industry!!! Before OTR, short songs (2:59 or less) were somewhat rare. Now it’s the industry standard! We love to see that kind of power :party:

Now that is not true. Song lenght standards change all the time 

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Taylucifer

oh my god, feel like just yesterday swifties everywhere were collapsing as he blocked not one but two of Taylor's songs:grr:

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LoveMeRight

Its crazy how fast time flies. It's also amazing how far he's come since. He has surpassed all expectations after he was deemed a one hit wonder by the doubters.

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sillynate
16 hours ago, Debithius said:

Now that is not true. Song lenght standards change all the time 

You don’t think it’s suspicious at all that after OTR (which is 1:53 in length and 2:37 with Billy Ray) became the most successful song ever, artists started primarily making songs that clock in at 2:59 or less? :oprah: short songs were a thing before but I genuinely believe they became the standard after OTR smashed 

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2 hours ago, sillynate said:

You don’t think it’s suspicious at all that after OTR (which is 1:53 in length and 2:37 with Billy Ray) became the most successful song ever, artists started primarily making songs that clock in at 2:59 or less? :oprah: short songs were a thing before but I genuinely believe they became the standard after OTR smashed 

I think song length shortening has a lot more to do with the rise of tiktok, which incidentally became key in the success and longevity of Old Town Road. 

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Debithius
6 hours ago, sillynate said:

You don’t think it’s suspicious at all that after OTR (which is 1:53 in length and 2:37 with Billy Ray) became the most successful song ever, artists started primarily making songs that clock in at 2:59 or less? :oprah: short songs were a thing before but I genuinely believe they became the standard after OTR smashed 

No I am not surprised, they have been mostly short or long for decades. They always change. 

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