Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Songs

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August Rigo link please

Hello, can we link August Rigo to his wikipedia page? He wrote this song as well as the new song Tough Love on Chris Brown's Heartbreak on a Full Moon album.

Requesting input on music related RFCs

Hello, I've started RFCs on a couple of issues that have come up recently in the music related areas of Wikipedia. If anyone is interested in chiming in, your input would be much appreciated. The two discussions are:

  1. Photo use in music genre article infoboxes.
  2. Putting album years in navigation templates.

Any input would be appreciated, so we can come to a consensus on how to handle these situations. Thanks! Sergecross73 msg me 18:04, 8 January 2018 (UTC)

Hate Me! or Hate Me! (Children of Bodom song) and also Hate Me (song) or Hate Me (Blue October song)

A discussion as to whether elements such as accents, diacritics, symbols or punctuation within main title headers obviate the need for qualifiers is currently active at Talk:Hate Me!#Requested move 31 December 2017. The other affected discussion is at Talk:Hate Me (Blue October song)#Requested move 21 December 2017. —Roman Spinner (talk)(contribs) 09:14, 9 January 2018 (UTC)

Fable (Robert Miles song)

Greetings! I have recently relisted a requested move discussion at Talk:Fable_(Robert_Miles_song)#Requested_move_10_January_2018, regarding a page relating to this WikiProject. Discussion and opinions are invited. Thanks, Ⓩⓟⓟⓘⓧ Talk 17:48, 17 January 2018 (UTC)

Top 10 singles Uk issue around 1954

Hi, I have a query that you may be able to input, in 1952 and 1953 there was only a top 12 In the Uk charts (with a few songs tied some weeks) so we have an article for top 12 for these years. A top 20 came into place in October 1954, so how would I handle that year. I skipped over it and started on 1955 for now but have now done too 12 until October 1954 and then change to a top 10 with sufficient notes explaining the situation? Another alternative is to do top 12 until the end of the year then do top 10 only from 1955 onwards with notes on the 1954 and 1955 page. Look at List of UK top 12 singles in 1954 to see what I mean. 03md 17:54, 2 February 2018 (UTC)

Peer review of Up Where We Belong

The article Up Where We Belong is currently at peer review Any comments would be appreciated at Wikipedia:Peer review/Up Where We Belong/archive1. Thanks! Danaphile (talk) 01:15, 3 February 2018 (UTC)

Streaming-only charts

Is it correct to add entries for streaming-only charts, as Kirtap92 did in this edit? Jc86035 (talk) 13:32, 18 February 2018 (UTC)

Which charts? Are they already discussed at WP:BADCHARTS? Walter Görlitz (talk) 07:05, 19 February 2018 (UTC)
@Walter Görlitz: Never mind; Hungary (Stream Top 40) would probably fall under component charts and should then be removed. Jc86035 (talk) 08:07, 19 February 2018 (UTC)
(See also discussion at User talk:Kirtap92#Adding streaming charts. Jc86035 (talk) 08:49, 19 February 2018 (UTC))
I'm also posting my answer here so more people can see: There's no main chart in Hungary, all aspects have a different chart, that's why it's necessary to post them all. "Rádiós Top 40" is the official airplay chart for Hungary (when it comes to audience impressions). "Single Top 40" is the digital and physical sales chart combined. "Stream Top 40" doesn't need any explanations: it counts streams from Spotify, Deezer etc. We also have "Dance Top 40" which is also not a component chart. It measures the top 500 DJ's weekly playlists, and this way it determintes the ranking, about which is the most played dance song through the country. There's also a chart called "Editors' Choice" which is an airplay chart, but that one is not relevant, as it is basically just counting spins and not audience impressions. There's a similar system in the Billboard Charts when it comes to airplay charts. (Rádiós Top 40=Radio Songs, Editors' Choice=Pop Songs Chart) Lastly we have a chart only for Hungarian artists called "Magyar Rádiós Top 40". So "Rádiós Top 40", "Single Top 40", "Stream Top 40" and "Dance Top 40" are all main charts measuring different things. Then "Editors' Choice" and "Magyar Rádiós Top 40" aren't relevant as "Magyar Rádiós Top 40" is the component chart of "Editors' Choice", while "Editors' Choice doesn't count audience impressions, only spins. That's why I never post them. If there are any further questions feel free to ask me. Kirtap92 (talk) 16:27, 19 February 2018 (UTC)
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