Hello, so my name’s Dominic Frisby and I
wrote the song 17 Million F Offs, which you might have seen, that song about Brexit, which
seems to have brought a lot of people a lot of joy over the last 12 months or so. And
we have started this campaign to try and get the song to Number One. We think it would
be very amusing to have this song to Number One for January 31 – this Friday – Brexit
Day. Now it is possible to get it to Number One
but it’s very difficult because you’re competing against the big record labels and
Stormzy and Ed Sheeran and Eminem’s got a new song out. But it is still possible to
do it. If … we would need. I thought it was 40 o 50,000, but we would need about 100,000
people to buy the single on Amazon or iTunes and then the BBC would be forced to play it
on January 31st, which we think would be very funny. So that’s 100,000 people. You can
bu the song on Amazon or iTunes. It costs 99p at Amazon and 79p at iTunes store. I don’t
why it costs 20p more on Amazon than it does on iTunes, but anyway you’ll have to take
that up with Jeff Bezos. You can buy the single at Amazon or iTunes.
Don’t stream it because if you stream it, it won’t have the same impact. One purchase
of the single is equivalent to about 150 streams. Something like that. And then we can get the
song to Number One. As well as buying it, please spread the word
Facebook chat groups, Whatsapp chats, email lists, Twitter, any influencers you know.
The more people that are campaigning about this and talking, the more chance it has of
getting to Number One. Any profits the sales of the song make, I
will give to the Maggie Oliver Foundation which is a charity that has been set up to
help the victims of child rape gangs. So it’s a good cause. It would be very funny. Let’s
get 17 Million F Offs to Number One!