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EXO ‘EX’ACT’ is the World’s 14th Best Selling Album of 2016! The Only K-Pop Group to Make The List.

The United World Chart has released their Top 20 Best Selling Albums of 2016 list. EXO’s ‘EX’ACT’ Ranks #14 out of 20 albums, becoming the best selling K-Pop album of the year and the only album by an Asian Artist to make the Top 20!

Congratulations EXO! 


Hayao Miyazaki’s Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind was first released on March 11, 1984.

After the heavily re-written and edited 1985 release of this film in the United States and Europe (as “Warriors of the Wind”), which substantially changed the movie in addition to cutting nearly 25 minutes of footage, Hayao Miyazaki was hesitant to release any of his films outside of Japan. Miyazaki demanded that any new licencor for his films be contractually bound to do no edits whatsoever aside from a straight translation and dub. Disney (who bought the rights to all of Miyazaki’s films except The Castle of Cagliostro (1979)) has honored this stipulation. (x)


My Top Ten Releases of 2016

1. Chance The Rapper - Coloring Book

2. A Tribe Called Quest - We got it from Here… Thank You 4 Your service

3. Anderson .Paak - Malibu

4. Domo Genesis - Genesis

5. Noname - Telefone

6. Jay Prince - Smile Good

7. Dave - Six Paths

8. AJ Tracey - Lil Tracey

9. Frank Ocean - Blonde

10. J. Cole - 4 Your Eyez Only

Just the fact that Joker got all dressed up in the captain’s uniform just to scare the pilot only to have him be completely unimpressed.
At least he always comes to work with a smile.

Top national security officials take a stand against Trump’s travel ban

  • 10 top national security officials released a declaration against Trump’s immigration ban Monday.
  • Among the 10 were a former NSA director, national security advisers and a homeland security secretary — they are comprised of both Democrats and Republicans and have served presidents from both parties.
  • If the appellate court, after reviewing Sunday and Monday’s filings, decides to maintain the temporary embargo on the ban, the case will very likely end up in the Supreme Court. Read more

TWICE’s CHEER UP Poses (Animated)

Welcome our Tzuyu as model to perform these poses (Here should be applause XD )~ This is my 1st time to try making pose. Hope you all enjoy it (灬°ω°灬) 【THE 2ND pic is a gif ʕ•͡ᴥ•ʔ pls click & check it out~】

p.s. i really love these stickers from Estherloveschuu ♥ ♥ ♥

the Top tank will be released in a brand new set soon, pls expect it~~~



My Top 9 Albums Released in 2016 (in no particular order)

  • Limitless - Tonight Alive
  • I Like It When You Sleep - The 1975
  • Coloring Book - Chance The Rapper
  • Weezer (White Album) - Weezer
  • The Home Inside My Head - Real Friends
  • Headspace - Issues
  • xInfinity - Watsky
  • Bad Vibrations - A Day To Remember
  • Malibu - Anderson .Paak

Some of My Other Favs

  • Death of a Bachelor - Panic At The Disco
  • California - Blink-182
  • The Ride - Catfish & The Bottlemen
  • Evermore - Homesafe
  • “Awaken, My Love!” - Childish Gambino
  • Sounds EP - Flor
  • Japanese Wallpaper - Japanese Wallpaper
  • Blush - Moose Blood
  • Anti - Rihanna
2016 Most Popular Music Videos on YouTube: Fifth Harmony's 'Work From Home,' Sia's 'Cheap Thrills' & More
As 2016 comes to a close, YouTube released their top music videos for 2016, based on views, shares, comments and likes. Leading the list is Fifth Harmony's smash hit "Work From Home," featuring Ty Dolla $ign, with more than one billion hits.

As 2016 comes to a close, YouTube released their top music videos for 2016, based on views, shares, comments and likes.

Leading the list is Fifth Harmony’s smash hit “Work From Home” featuring Ty Dolla $ign with more than one billion hits. Calvin Harris’ summer anthem “This Is What You Came For” with Rihanna lands the second-most-popular spot, also surpassing a billion views.

Nicky Jam comes in third with his chart-topping track “Hasta el amanecer,” followed by The Chainsmokers and Halsey’s steamy “Closer” video, Rihanna and Drake’s “Work” rounds out the top five. (According to YouTube, “Work” also claims the record for most views in its first 24 hours, with 11.9 million.)