- Rocken Role allows the company to produce the video for "Baby Song", and its video is uploaded to YouTube, and receives 7,569 views in the first month alone.
- 11 March: The video goes viral, acquiring millions of views on YouTube in a matter of days, becoming the most-talked-about topic on Facebook, and garnering mostly negative feedback.
- 14 March: The single is released, with first-week sales estimated to be around 60,000.
- 22 March: Role appears on the Disney Channel, during which he performs the song and discusses the incredible popularity it got.
- The song peaks on the Billboard Hot 100.
- In response to the YouTube video of “Baby Song”, Role begins to receive email death threats, which are investigated by the police led by Sheriff Bladepoint basing in New York City.
- On “Top 100 Liked Videos,” it peaks at number two, behind only "Gangnam Style."
- When Mr. Stupid NoHead travels to Yellowstone, he rounds up many sevlows there in a step to compensate for the NoHead Cataclysm. Returned to base via several cruisers, one of which NoHead himself pilots, they are stored in an underground chamber in his emergency base.
- The NoHead Sevlows are fed two police victims.
- In the United Kingdom, "Baby Song" debuts at number 41 on the UK Singles Chart.
Behind the scenes Edit
- 7 March: It is announced a batch of new characters has been created for Before The SMSB: When is Prehistory?. Thomas had also creatively given input on each character and creature.
- 12 May: The Life and Legends: Annabeth is released.
- 30 June: The first part of the Before The SMSB series is released worldwide.
- 2 December: D. Isaac Thomas announces that there will actually be five books in the Before The SMSB series. Melissa Vaine also states that the second book will be very different from the first book.
- 17 December: The release date for Before The SMSB: Who Will Hold Dominion? is confirmed followed by the fifth and final book in December of 2018.
Notes and references Edit
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