In a hypothetical ad campaign, I have proposed that this be the theme song for anthologica:
This has a somewhat revolutionary tone — and very upbeat to be sure — indicating that the party is moving over here, and that "the club is jumpin' jumpin'." (Don't disregard the reference to the ever popular "-in'," indicating descriptivist pride in the colloquial maintenance of the Germanic participle.)
Some selections from the lyrics:
"Ladies leave yo man at home / The club is full of ballas and their pockets full grown" - Clearly a reference to leaving the unwanted back at the old forums as we move on to da club
"It's 11 : 30 and the club is jumpin' jumpin'" — Nuff said
"The party aint gon stop / So let's make it hot hot!" — A call for initiative!
"You parlaying at the hottest spot tonight" — We all know the etymology of parlay...
Visual ads could feature the following star twerkers:
Rhetorica as Beyoncé
Cev as Kelly Rowland
pthag as LaTavia Roberson
YaaliAnnar as LaToya Luckett
Of course, I'm supposed to leave the option open for other proposals.
Yes. Although I'm not sure I can twerk hard enough to keep up with Beyoncé.
General constraint on the poll: you can vote and submit only once, and you can only vote for others' entries. This should, hopefully, keep the dimensionality bearable. Here's my proposal, approved by Pthag:
A simple instrumental offering anthemic highs, furious lows, and generally manic-depressive behaviour, all key traits of many great conlangers.
Technically, it is a non-furry endeavour by a notable and notably furry producer. I guess it's a matter of how you feel about comparable author-influence issues, such as the aquatic ape hypothesis... or, more relevantly, jazz music.
skrillex is not a very good producer + only got popular because everyone's heard scary monsters and nice sprites, which wasn't even that good. i have been considering arranging it for mountain dulcimer but not even i am perverse enough to actually follow through with that sort of joke
serbian wizard is the strong enough to improve even mediocre music trend man
maaaaybe, i think it's just the general sound of the thing really
it is a pretty decent and addictive track but i've been through youtube now and none of this artist's other stuff really grabs me which makes it especially annoying that this apparently best one is so damned short