Brands Top The 2005 Billboard Charts

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Thirty-five percent of the top 20 songs on the 2005 Billboard chart contained brand references. According to strategy firm Agenda, Inc., 2005 was the year that:

Missy Elliott’s Jell-o made the boys say hello, Mariah tottered back with a bottle of Bacardi, and the widest possible range of brands were showcased in the Billboard chart; from George Foreman Grills, to Froot Loops, to Listerine.

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    Strategy firm Agenda has released its American Brandstand report for 2005, and—as you can see—Mercedes was the brand most often name checked in top 20 Billboard hits for the second time in three years. The AK-47, meanwhile, finally cracked …

  • http://msdarby.com D

    Time to get this mystery writer up on the masthead, eh?

  • http://adpulp.com David Burn

    Hey, we don’t just give up a place on the masthead to any old writer. But I hear you. A proper introduction is brewing.

  • dane gibson

    Toni Braxton is so hot her song “please” supposed to top the billboard chart in 2005. She has young fans im 17 years old.

  • rene

    hello 50, how are u doing hope all s well. cos as for me am ok. i just say i should say hi to u, and to see how u are doing.

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