artist chart

Art & Astrology

GOOD PLACEMENTS FOR WRITERS
- Sun in Gemini or Virgo
- Moon in Gemini or Virgo
- Mercury in Gemini or Virgo
- Gemini or Virgo Midheaven
- Third house in Gemini or Virgo
- Sun/Moon/Mercury/Mars in the third house
- Mercury in the first house
- Venus/Mercury in the tenth house
- Sun in aspect to Pluto/Mars
- Sun in positive aspect to Mercury
- Moon in positive aspect to Venus/Mercury/Mars
- Mercury in positive aspect to Pluto/Venus
- Mercury/Venus quintile Moon/Pluto
- Gemini/Virgo/Pisces dominance
- Earth or air dominance
- Mercury dominance
- Dominant third/fifth house
- Third/fifth house stellium

GOOD PLACEMENTS FOR VISUAL ARTISTS
- Sun in Libra, Taurus, Pisces, and Leo
- Moon in Libra, Taurus, Gemini, Aquarius, Leo, Pisces, or Scorpio
- Mercury in Libra, Taurus, Sagittarius, Aquarius, Leo, or Pisces
- Venus in Leo, Taurus, Libra, Pisces or Aquarius
- Leo, Taurus, Libra, Pisces, Scorpio, Cancer, or Aquarius Rising
- Moon/Mercury/Venus/Neptune in the fifth house
- Moon/Mercury/Venus in the first house
- Sun in positive aspect to Moon/Mars/Mercury/Venus/Neptune
- Moon in positive aspect to Pluto/Mars/Sun/Venus/Neptune
- Mercury in positive aspect to Moon/Venus/Neptune
- Venus in positive aspect to Pluto/Mercury/Moon/Neptune
- Mercury, Venus, or Neptune in aspect to the Ascendant
- Mercury/Venus/Neptune/Sun dominance
- Libra/Taurus/Leo/Pisces dominance
- Fifth house dominance
- Water/air dominance

GOOD PLACEMENTS FOR PERFORMERS
- Sun in Leo, Libra, Gemini, or Scorpio
- Moon in Leo, Libra, Gemini, Scorpio, or Aries
- Mercury in Leo, Libra, Scorpio, or Taurus
- Venus in Leo, Libra, or Taurus
- Mars in Leo or Scorpio
- Leo, Scorpio, Aries, Virgo, Gemini, or Capricorn Ascendant
- Leo, Scorpio, Virgo, Taurus, or Libra Midheaven
- Fifth house in Aries, Leo, Scorpio, Libra, or Taurus
- Sun/Moon/Venus/Mars in the fifth house
- Moon/Venus/Mars in the tenth house
- Venus/Uranus in the third house
- Sun/Mars/Venus/Neptune in the first house
- Sun in aspect to Mars/Pluto/Venus/Neptune
- Moon in positive aspect to Pluto/Venus/Neptune
- Mercury in positive aspect to Venus/Neptune
- Venus in positive aspect to Mars/Pluto/Sun/Neptune
- Venus/Sun/Pluto/Neptune/Uranus/Mars dominance
- Leo/Scorpio/Libra dominance
- Water/fire dominance
- Fifth/tenth house dominance

BEST THING FOR ANY KIND OF ARTIST
- Practice. Astrology doesn’t gift anyone with perfection.

ALSO
- Good Jupiter placements bring luck
- Good Saturn placements bring self-discipline
- Good second house placements bring $$$
- Good tenth house placements bring likability/publicity
and what artist couldn’t use some of that?

BTS ARE LITERALLY THE ONLY KPOP ARTIST ON THIS CHART. Like it’s so fucking amazing to see their names up there with huge American artists who have had a lot of exposure in America and Europe and then see our boys who’ve been brought to fame by just the sheer power of Armies not fucking taking shit and never underestimating them. They are literally on the path to such great success and I for reals could not be prouder. They worked so hard for this moment and no one can say shit to them. IM SO GLAD I STAN KINGS!

This is the full list of Artists on the chart:
1. Divide (Ed Sheeran) – 3,626,000 sales
2. Starboy (The Weeknd) – 1,202,000 sales
3. 24k Magic (Bruno Mars) – 1,087,000 sales
4. More Life (Drake) – 1,021,000 sales
5. La La Land (soundtrack) – 941,000 sales
6. Moana (soundtrack) – 796,000 sales
7. Human (Rag’n’Bone Man) – 777,000 sales
8. Hardwired To Self-Destruct (Metallica) – 735,000 sales
9. 25 (Adele) – 729,000 sales
10. Thumbnail (AKB48) – 634,000 sales
11. Culture (Migos) – 624,000 sales
12. Fifty Shades Darker (soundtrack) – 586,000 sales
13. Encore (back number) – 578,000 sales
14. Wings: You Never Walk Alone (BTS) – 565,000 sales
15. Trolls (soundtrack) – 560,000 sales
16. X (Ed Sheeran) – 547,000 sales
17. Blurry Face (twenty one pilots) – 513,000 sales
18. Views (Drake) – 509,000 sales
19. I Decided (BIG SEAN) – 499,000 sales
20. Blue And Lonesome (The Rolling Stones) – 493,000 sales

Never forget y'all
DREAMWORK MAKES THE TEAM WORK!

‘Sign Of The Times’ sounds more like something straight out of the 1970’s, or, rather, exactly like somebody trying to replicate the tastes of a past generation. The tune blends a top 40-ready version of psychedelic-leaning rock with high notes better suited for an R&B slow jam as Styles croons about the end of the world. 'Sign’ is one of the few songs where a written description cannot do justice—you have to hear it to get it.

The song may not be what some One Direction fans had in mind (many probably already considered a handful of 1D tunes to be rock in the first place), but it works better than it should, and perhaps more importantly, it stands out. It is rare when a chart-topping artist takes a risk and tries something that nobody else currently on the pop landscape is doing, and hopefully, Styles’ attempt to bring rock back to the masses in his own way pays off.
—  Harry Styles Finally Goes Solo With Rocking New Single ‘Sign Of The Times’ - Forbes
1 year of Lemonade

Best reviewed album of 2016
Highest metacritic score of 2016 (92)
Biggest female debut of 2016
2nd most acclaimed album in history
Rolling Stone’s Best Album of the Year
Formations is Rolling Stone’s Best Song of the Year
Formation is Time Magazine’s Best song of the Year
First artist to reach No.1 position with her first six studio album
First female artist to chart 12 or more songs on the Hot 100 at the same time
Every single from Lemonade has been in the top 30 of iTunes worldwide at least once
Formation has become the most awarded song in history, surpassing Michael Jackson’s thriller
Formation is Beyoncé’s most awarded song
Formation is the most awarded song of 2016
Lemonade is the most awarded album of 2016
8 Video Music Awards (11 nominations)
4 Emmy nominations
5 BET Awards
4 Soul Train Awards including Album of the Year
1 AICE Award
1 American Music Award
1 Clio Awards
1 Video Music Awards Japan
1 Teens Choice Award
1 UK Video Music Award
1 Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity
2 Kinsale Shark Awards
5 NAACP Image Awards
1 Peabody award
2 Grammy Awards, 9 Nominations
Lemonade sold more than 1 million copies in 2 weeks
Beyoncé is the first female artist to receive a 5 star review by Rolling Stones
Lemonade is the first album by a female artist to garner 100 million streams in the US in one week
Lemonade sold 663,000 copies in the first week
The Formation World Tour is the highest grossing tour of 2016
100% sold out stadium tour
Formation was the most-mentioned song on Instagram
Sorry was the 14th most-mentioned song on Instagram
Lemonade was the most talked about album on Tumblr

and the list goes on…

I know some people still confuses Flash as Drift so I made a chart of them.

Difference:

Drift: 
- Was a con before
- Heavily believes in religion
- Goes everywhere a lot
- Transforms into a racing car
- Possibly old
- Currently living along with other Rodimus’ crews
Flashstrike:
- Below average height
- Emotional
- Idols someone a lot (its Drift)
- Turns into a jet
- Young
- Lives in Crystal City/along with Circle of Light
- Everything on his frame are always hexagons wwwww

Similarities:

- Both uses swords (only)
- Went through Crystal City
- Came from below average way of living in Cybertron

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The boy had a way with words, he sang, he moved with grace
He entertained so naturally, no gesture out of place
His road in life was clearly drawn, he didn’t hesitate
He played, they saw, he conquered as the master of his fate

Happy Birthday Freddie! (5 September 1946) 🎉🎁💖

Thank you for your beauty, your creative genius, your innate musicality, and the many, many beautiful songs you left to us. Thank you for playing the piano with rhythm and passion, even though you doubted your own talent, and for keeping up with those three chords on the guitar. But most of all, thank you for sharing your voice with the world - a singer so versatile you can go from heartbreaking high notes to vicious rock lyrics on the same album (sometimes the same song!), but always with power and true emotion. A lot of artists in the charts, then and now, can carry a tune, Freddie, but you are able to make us feel the pleasure (or pain) behind the words. You remain the heart and soul  - and the crowned king - of Queen.

I wish I was old enough to have been one of the ‘sweeties’ or ‘beautiful people’ who saw you perform  live, but your music at least is timeless. Your modesty, dedication and self-made success are an inspiration, but your shyness, humour, love of cats and Earl Grey are some of the little reasons why I love you too :D

Thank you, Freddie, and happy birthday x

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Throwback to 1992 when En Vogue released their album “Funky Divas.” The albums’ first two tracks “My Lovin (You’re Never Gonna Get It) and "Giving Him Something He Can Feel” both made top ten pop and peaked at No. 1 on the R&B charts.