So why are people buying it?
Samir Mezrahi had the same problem, so he released a song on iTunes called "A a a a a Very Good Song". It is a 10-minute track of silence that users can purchase for $0.99. It sits at 82nd at the time of writing, ahead of artists such as Dua Lipa, DJ Khaled, Keith Urban, and Ed Sheeran.
What it lacks in melody, harmony, vocals, rhythm and dynamics, "A a a a a Very Good Song" makes up for it by buying you enough time to pick the music you actually want to listen to in your auto when you connect your iPhone.
The blank iTunes song, with is cleverly titled with five As so it is the top song alphabetically, gets to be the first one played every time an iPhone is plugged.
This truly Mum-ford and Sons-style track can be yours for 99 cents
Inspired by the frustration felt by anyone who has plugged their phone into a vehicle radio only to hear the first alphabetically listed song in their music library blare over the speakers, "A a a a a Very Good Song" is created to jump to the top of the list. With "A a a a a Very Good Song" playing first, iPhone owners are given enough time, 10 minutes to be specific, to line up the songs they want to hear without other songs playing first. For Apple Music users, they can also add the song to their library as part of their subscription.
Will The Blank iTunes Song Stay?
"A a a a a Very Good Song" is certainly not a real track, but Apple takes a cut from every sale. On Thursday, downloads were up to 1,100 and his creation was No. 67 on iTunes' music chart.
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