Seeing that someone compares the album sales data of Cai Xukun’s several major platforms with the data of Jay Chou and Lin Junjie, I conclude that Cai Xukun is not a lot of passersby. Let me talk about my opinion of Lin Junjie who entered the pit in 2005. 1. Cai Xukun’s passerby is really not that big compared to Jay Chou and Lin Junjie, it can be said that it is much worse, and it is not even comparable. Not to mention Cai Xukun, the singers who can surpass Jay Chou and JJ Lin in the Chinese music world are in my heart the gods of the older generation. 2. The sales volume of a platform album only represents the rate at which users of the platform pay for the album, and does not mean that these users are fans of the artist. For example, I bought it on QQ Music, but I am not ikun. I just think that the concept short film is made with care and the style is very suitable for my taste. The mobile phone only has the QQ Music app, and the price of 26 yuan is suitable. 3. Album purchase users scattered on various platforms instead of focusing on a single platform can only prove that the user who wants to buy the album his usage orientation has nothing to do with the passerby disk. Jay Chou and Lao Lin’s album sales are evenly dispersed on various platforms, which only means that the music platform that users who bought this album they are accustomed to use is not concentrated on QQ Music. Just relying on this to determine that the size of the passerby disk is not appropriate, because there is no data to prove whether the users who bought on other platforms are not fans of Jay Chou and Lao Lin, just as there is no data to prove that the users of QQ Music who bought the album of Cai Xukun are fans of Cai Xukun. . 4. Album sales have nothing to do with passersby. This is the most important point. Regardless of whether the album sales are based on the sales of a single platform or the sales of all platforms, this does not determine the size of the artist’s current passerby. This can only prove how many people are willing to pay for the work. Zhou Dong and Lao Lin’s album sales are lower than Cai Xukun. Is it because there are fewer people who like them than Cai Xukun? of course not. As mentioned in the first article, the popularity of Jay Chou and Lao Lin’s songs and passersby are all levels that Cai Xukun can’t reach at present. However, the album sales are lower than Cai Xukun, which only proves that there are not many users willing to pay for the works of Jay Chou and Lao Lin. The works of Zhou Dong and Lao Lin are so good, why are they not willing to pay? Because most people are not very aware of copyright payments. When early physical albums such as Lin Junjie “Le Walker”, “Jiangnan” “Numbering” “Western World” and other early physical albums are on sale, the original version is 40 yuan/piece, the original version is 80 yuan/box with albums, and the pirated version is less than 20 yuan. The online mp3 format is free. After searching a lot, most people would choose to download mp3 instead of buying a genuine album at that time. Because the music charts in the music industry at that time didn’t know how to make data, at least I didn’t feel the competitive awareness of the current fan clubs in Lao Lin. Payment is all consciously. The weekly music chart rankings are based on the paid genuine ones. The sales volume and CRBT download rate rankings, when the hottest time is estimated to be unable to keep up with the current sales of Cai Xukun’s album. Because everyone’s awareness of paying is too weak, then the classmates around me who like Jay Chou’s Laolin are buying genuine albums at the most. There are too few members like me who buy albums and open Migu ringtones. At that time, the payment of copyright was completely determined by personal preference. It didn’t cost a penny. There were songs by JJ Lin in the mp3, and every song was like a few treasures. It can be said that JJ Lin is a fan. That’s why fans continue this habit to the present. Faced with the data, singers from Jay Chou and Lao Lin from the same era to the present do not care about the data, and their fans don’t mind. The album sales or data does not affect their performance at all. The location of the music scene. For example, Lin Junjie’s first English ep is now online, and he got one place for all the data when he shouted and hit the list, standing on top of the internal entertainment traffic, no! often! Yung! easy! But the fans of Jay Chou and Laolin would not do this at all, and these data will not affect the spread of the two works in the slightest. But Cai Xukun needs, this is the barrier between flow artists and professional singers. When Cai Xukun came to the position of Dong Chou Lin Junjie, he needed to experience the transformation from traffic to producer, and then the transformation from producer to professional musician. During this period, there will be countless works that have a singing degree and passers-by are willing to pay for it. The road is really difficult, after all, the barrier between traffic and professional singer circles is very high. Cai Xukun is still in the stage of transforming traffic to a producer. This is also the reason why I personally feel that there is no need to compare with Jay Chou and Lao Lin. It is completely a younger generation who has just stepped into the Chinese music scene and has not yet landed, and there is still a long period of time. The way to go. I watched JJ Lin’s “No Filter” and “Exchanging for the rest of my life” on utb, and I didn’t spend any money to buy it, but as long as there is a nearby concert, even if I buy a high-priced ticket, I will go there. The same goes for Jay Chou and Eason. ; Cai Xukun’s electronic book is 26 yuan, I bought it, but I may not go to his concert. According to the theory that the sales volume of QQ music is the purchase volume of fans, shouldn’t I be ikun…? But I am not. I am just a passerby. Seeing that there is still persistent music in the current traffic, and an artist who has been working hard to continuously innovate and integrate his own ideas into his works, I feel that 26 yuan is a recognition of his hard work and persistence. And QQ Music does specialize in promotion and marketing for Cai Xukun, which is one of the factors that make sales higher than other platforms. Let’s return to the question, how do you think the daily sales of “Mystery” exceeded 65 million. Same as above, sales are data and resource positions for flow artists, but for a foothold in the Chinese music world, it still depends on the degree of vocalization of later works. In other words, as a flow artist, the single-day sales of “Fan” is very impressive. As a music producer, you still have to look at the quality of the entire album and the degree of vocalization of the work. At present, there are only three “Fans”. I originally thought Zhang Yixing’s new 78888 limited marketing was hungry. Cai Xukun’s new song may starve to death when it is released. The marketing is quite good. It depends on the later announcement and stage. . The following are my feelings about the three songs of the album: “Fan” is the main title of the album with the same name (not sure if it is the main title, please correct me in the comment area if it is wrong), the chorus part is quite brainwashed, and there are memory points, “guess” a few I personally like the eighteen bends of the mountain road hahaha. “#0000FF” I like the processing of the voice very much, which is consistent with the black and white texture of the picture. It is because of this concept short film that I have the idea of buying a professional. The moment the sea water poured into the cabin and the despair and suffocation of being spied on by the several small monitors after the lens was zoomed out made me very surprised and loved. What surprises me the most about the song “Silent Film” is the sound effect that appears against the background sound at around 3 minutes and 05 seconds. The very small sound is similar to the noise of an old film tape during playback (refer to the 1927 “Sunrise” silent film The title) is also similar to the noise of a record player (refer to the beginning of Zhou Xun’s version of “The End of the World”). This sound is so graphical that the countdown to 321 at the beginning of the black-and-white movie can immediately appear in my mind. Judging from the first three songs, it is indeed a work made with heart. I did not make saliva songs for the sake of popularity, but I still insisted on myself. Looking forward to the next new song online.