Why would anyone pay for a silent song? It might be silly for some but many are buying it for 99 cents. In fact the completely silent song entitled “A a a a a Very Good Song” has become very popular on iTunes.
“A a a a a Very Good Song” offers nearly ten minutes of silence. Believe it or not, it made its way to the top 50 on the iTunes charts. It is as popular as the hit songs of Ed Sheeran and Keith Urban.
The silent song gained popularity among music lovers because it plays a very simple but significant role. It removes their annoyance. Music lovers are annoyed every time they search for their favorite song to play on their smartphone, but before getting there, the song that comes first alphabetically starts playing.
In other words, listeners don’t want to hear the same song whenever they plug their device. The “A a a a a Very Good Song” offers them a break—ten minutes of silence. It also provide them the time to select the music they really want to play.
It received 222 ratings and gained an average 4.5 stars on iTunes. Once of the customers wrote, “I no longer have to quickly turn off ‘The A Team’ by Ed Sheeran as soon as I plug in my phone, thanks.”
Samir Mezrahi released the silent song last week. In a post on Facebook, Mezrahi explained that “A a a a a Very Good Song” is intended for people who hates the first song that plays in their smartphone.
In his Twitter account, Mezrahi wrote, “help me reach my lifelong dream of having a number one song in the world on iTunes by downloading my single.” The “A a a a a Very Good Song” is also available on Google Play.
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