Completely wordless strain continues to stand the iTunes charts

Your move, Simon Garfunkel.

A 10-minute-long lane consisting of zero but overpower is making a howling impact on the iTunes charts.

Created for anyone who has plugged their iPhone into their automobile stereo only to have it automatically start grating whatever strain is alphabetically at the top of their list, the pretension of Samir Mezrahi’s “A a a a a Very Good Song” means that you won’t be in any rush to reserve up whatever it is you actually wish to hear.

As of a outcome of his ingenuity, the hyperminimalist tune was sitting at No. 30 as of Friday afternoon.

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This truly Mum-ford and Sons-style lane can be yours for 99 cents.


That puts the definitely empty charity forward of other distant some-more word-filled compositions such as Bruno Mars’ “Versace on the Floor,” Miranda Lambert’s “Tin Man” and Shaggy’s “It Wasn’t Me,” which is holding an admittedly considerable 88th mark despite being old adequate to have a driver’s license.

Mezrahi’s “A a a a a Very Good Song” is also accessible on the Google Play store, where it has nonetheless to moment the top 50, let alone the top 300.

Celebrating his success Thursday, the inside hit builder tweeted out at Canadian aspirant Justin Bieber, “Here we come for your #1 spot.”

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