april 3 2010

anonymous asked:

I'm confused as to how the phandom knows that Phil's nickname for dan is bear?

It’s not Phil’s nickname for Dan, it’s Dan’s family’s nickname for Dan, that Phil has used a couple of times. 

1) dan saying bear is what his family calls him

2) phil’s tweet when he was on isle of man in april of 2010

3) and he maybe calls dan Bear at 5:20 of the brownie graveyard video (link) but I still can’t make up my mind

(and honorary mention bc vero just reminded me: phil puts stickers everywhere, and dan had a bear and a heart sticker on his laptop for a while)

'DRUNK IN LOVE' IS #2 ON BILLBOARD HOT 100 THIS WEEK, MAKING BEYONCÉ'S 15TH TOP TEN

Fellow Grammy performer Beyoncé breaks into the Hot 100’s top 10 (13-2) with top Streaming Gainer “Drunk in Love,” which she performed as the gala’s opening song. After a week at No. 2, the track returns to No. 1 on Streaming Songs (9.4 million, up 74%) for a second frame on top. It vaults 8-2 on On-Demand Songs (2.3 million, up 42%) and enters the Digital Songs top 10 (18-7; 151,000, up 94%). It continues scaling Radio Songs, where it lifts 16-14 (68 million, up 15%).

With the song’s Hot 100 climb, Beyoncé scores her 15th top 10 and first since Lady Gaga’s “Telephone,” on which she’s featured, reached No. 3 in April 2010. “Drunk” marks Beyoncé’s first top 10 as a lead act since “Sweet Dreams” rose to No. 10 in November 2009. It’s also her highest-charting song since “Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)” spent four weeks at No. 1 beginning the week of Dec. 13, 2008.

With 15 top 10s, Beyoncé ties Connie Francis and Olivia Newton-John for seventh-place among women with the most top 10s in the Hot 100’s 55-year history. 

Jay Z, meanwhile, extends his record for the most Hot 100 top 10s among rappers, as he collects his 21st (with 12 in a lead role; Beyoncé has sported lead billing on 13 of her 15 top 10s). Among rappers, Lil Wayne and Ludacris share second place with 18 top 10s each, followed by Eminem (17), Diddy and T-Pain (15 apiece).

“Drunk” is Beyoncé and Jay Z’s fourth shared Hot 100 top 10 (and the third with Beyoncé as the lead artist). With Jay Z as the lead, “‘03 Bonnie & Clyde” reached No. 2 in December 2002. The couple followed with “Crazy in Love” (eight weeks at No. 1, 2003) and “Déjà Vu” (No. 4, 2006). (With the pair having wed in 2008, “Drunk,” thus, marks the Carters’ first top 10 as husband-and-wife.)

In addition to its Hot 100 accolades, “Drunk” becomes Beyoncé’s seventh, and Jay Z’s 10th, No. 1 on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs (4-1).

While “Drunk” gains by 62% in overall Hot 100 points and “Horse” increases by 26%,“ the latter song boasts a comfortable 45% points lead over the former atop the tally.

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BEYONCÉ SCORES 15TH TOP 10!

Fellow Grammy performer Beyonce breaks into the Hot 100’s top 10 (13-2) with top Streaming Gainer “Drunk in Love,” which she performed as the gala’s opening song. After a week at No. 2, the track returns to No. 1 on Streaming Songs (9.4 million, up 74%) for a second frame on top. It vaults 8-2 on On-Demand Songs (2.3 million, up 42%) and enters the Digital Songs top 10 (18-7; 151,000, up 94%). It continues scaling Radio Songs, where it lifts 16-14 (68 million, up 15%).

With the song’s Hot 100 climb, Beyonce scores her 15th top 10 and first since Lady Gaga’s “Telephone,” on which she’s featured, reached No. 3 in April 2010. “Drunk” marks Beyonce’s first top 10 as a lead act since “Sweet Dreams” rose to No. 10 in November 2009. It’s also her highest-charting song since “Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)” spent four weeks at No. 1 beginning the week of Dec. 13, 2008.

With 15 top 10s, Beyonce ties Connie Francis and Olivia Newton-John for seventh-place among women with the most top 10s in the Hot 100’s 55-year history. (She passes P!nk, Donna Summer and Taylor Swift, each with 14.) Among female soloists, Madonna leads with 38 top 10s (the best mark of any act), followed by Mariah Carey, Janet Jackson (27 each), Rihanna (25), Whitney Houston (23) and Aretha Franklin (17).

Jay Z, meanwhile, extends his record for the most Hot 100 top 10s among rappers, as he collects his 21st (with 12 in a lead role; Beyonce has sported lead billing on 13 of her 15 top 10s). Among rappers, Lil Wayne and Ludacris share second place with 18 top 10s each, followed by Eminem (17), Diddy and T-Pain (15 apiece).

“Drunk” is Beyonce and Jay Z’s fourth shared Hot 100 top 10 (and the third with Beyonce as the lead artist). With Jay Z as the lead, “‘03 Bonnie & Clyde” reached No. 4 in December 2002. The couple followed with “Crazy in Love” (eight weeks at No. 1, 2003) and “Déjà Vu” (No. 4, 2006). (With the pair having wed in 2008, “Drunk,” thus, marks the Carters’ first top 10 as husband-and-wife.)

In addition to its Hot 100 accolades, “Drunk” becomes Beyonce’s seventh, and Jay Z’s 10th, No. 1 on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs (4-1).

Beyoncé's "Drunk In Love", "XO" & "Mine" Debut on Billboard Charts

Beyoncé bounds onto the chart at No. 12 with “Drunk in Love,” from her new self-titled album, which tops the Billboard 200 chart for a second week. Upon its entrance, the song matches her best-ever debut and marks her highest-charting Hot 100 hit in nearly four years.

Just outside the Hot 100’s top tier, Beyoncé blasts in at No. 12 with “Drunk in Love.” The bow matches her best: she also started at No. 12 in 2006 with “Ring the Alarm” (which peaked at No. 11 in its second week). She last ranked higher with Lady Gaga’s “Telephone” (on which Beyoncé sports a featured billing), which rose to No. 3 in April 2010. Beyoncé last charted higher as a lead act with “Sweet Dreams,” which reached No. 10 in November 2009.

“Drunk,” from Beyoncé’s self-titled set which commands the Billboard 200 for a second week, arrives with 58% of its Hot 100 points owed to streaming; the cut enters Streaming Songs at No. 3 with 6.3 million first-week U.S. streams. Sales comprise 28% of the song’s Hot 100 points total, and airplay, 14%. It debuts on Digital Songs at No. 21 (61,000) and nears Radio Songs with 23 million in audience (up 150%).

More chart action for Beyoncé: “Drunk” enters the R&B Songs chart at No. 1 and R&B/Hip-Hop Songs at No. 2. Plus, two other tracks from “Beyoncé” debut on the Hot 100: “XO” (No. 66) and “Mine,” featuring Drake (No. 99).