Well, this is VERY OT, but I think it's something that is cool enough to be enjoyed by a majority of the people on the board (hopefully). Mods, if I am guageing this incorectly, please delete. The last random YouTube video I posted, (Key & Peele Football Names Video) was recieved well, but also sports related (kinda). So, here it goes:
This guy named DJ Earworm takes the 25 most popular songs of each year in America, and creates a 5 minute or so video mashup of the songs that is VERY well done in my opinion. I'm a bit of a music nut, so this might only seem cool to me, but I think it's very impressive and well done. He's done it every year since I think 2007.
THIS is the link for this year's video (I have embedding issues).
The artists and songs for the video are included in the description of the video.
For those interested, here are the other years of the United State of Pop videos:
I hope everyone enjoys this! For some reason it makes me feel slightly nostalgic... maybe it's the fact that every year there have been so many good songs, many of which are forgotten about years, months, even weeks later in today's day and age. Society is beginning to have a short term memory... I know for a fact I can't even come close to naming the last 10 Super Bowl or World Series Winners, and I am by every bit of the definition a sports nut. If many of these songs are forgotten about a couple years later, how long can iconic songs of the 1940s, 50s, and 60s carry on before they slip into irrelevancy, lost on the ears to future generations? Luckily we live in an age of technology, and everything from "Then He Kissed Me" by The Crystals and "Roar" by Katy Perry will be saved... All it takes is someone to listen to it.
EDIT: Also: discuss any music, because why not?