Our latest report provides you with a comprehensive picture of the characteristics and attributes that shaped the 21 top 10 songs that landed on the Billboard Pop Songs chart during the last quarter of 2012.
Every hit songwriting aspect is covered in-depth, including sub-genres and instrumentation, lyrical themes and vocal gender, structure and tempo, new top 10 arrivals vs. decharted hits, and much, much more.
After reading this report you’ll not only have a comprehensive understanding of the hit songwriting characteristics that define today’s top-charting mainstream Pop scene, but you’ll also find out best practices that when applied to your own unique style will take your success potential to the next level.
Read this report to find out:
- What were the key compositional similarities and differences between the songs that entered into the top 10 for the first time in Q4 vs. those that didn’t make it back in from Q3?
- What were the 9 most popular methods used to end a song, leaving the listener wanting more?
- Which combination of lyrical themes defined the “lyrical fusion” songs of the quarter?
- What were the 5 top characteristics of top 10 intros besides being short? Which were the most effective and memorable?
- Which combination of sub-genres are having the greatest impact on top 10 hit Pop songs? Which aren’t?
- Which were the most popular combinations of instrumentation being utilized in top-charting hits?
Plus MUCH more!