Top 100 2011

The top 100 2011 lists the 100 most popular hits in the UK singles music charts in 2011.

2011 - Monthly Figures
2011 - A Brief Summary of Events

Position Artist Title
1 Adele Someone Like You
2 Adele Rolling In The Deep
3 Lmfao Party Rock Anthem
4 Jessie J ft BoB Price Tag
5 Ed Sheeran The A Team
6 Pitbull / Ne-Yo / Afrojack / Nayer Give Me Everything
7 Adele Set Fire To The Rain
8 Lady Gaga Born This Way
9 Lady Gaga The Edge Of Glory
10 Nicki Minaj Super Bass
11 Rihanna S&M
12 Christina Perri Jar Of Hearts
13 Bruno Mars Grenade
14 Aloe Blacc I Need a Dollar
15 Snoop Dogg Sweat
16 Jennifer Lopez ft Pitbull On The Floor
17 Adele Make You Feel My Love
18 Bruno Mars The Lazy Song
19 Chris Brown ft Benny Benassi Beautiful People
20 Katy Perry Firework
21 Maroon 5 Ft Christina Aguilera Moves Like Jagger
22 Martin Solveig & Dragonette Hello
23 Chris Brown Yeah 3x
24 Bruno Mars Just The Way You Are
25 David Guetta ft Rihanna Who's That Chick?
26 Bruno Mars Marry You
27 David Guetta ft Flo Rida & Nicki Minaj Where Them Girls At
28 Alexandra Stan Mr. Saxobeat
29 Rihanna Only Girl (In The World)
30 Example Changed The Way You Kiss Me
31 Jessie J Do It Like A Dude
32 Beyonce Best Thing I Never Had
33 Rizzle Kicks Down With The Trumpets
34 Katy Perry Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)
35 Olly Murs Ft Rizzle Kicks Heart Skips A Beat
36 Jessie J Nobody's Perfect
37 Foster The People Pumped Up Kicks
38 Birdy Skinny Love
39 Cee Lo Green F**k You
40 The Wanted Turbulence
41 Nicole Scherzinger Don't Hold Your Breath
42 Calvin Harris Ft Kelis Bounce (Feat. Kelis)
43 Noah & The Whale L.I.F.E.G.O.E.S.O.N.
44 Chipmunk Ft Chris Brown Champion
45 Dr Dre Ft Eminem & Skylar Grey I Need A Doctor
46 David Guetta Ft Usher Without You
47 One Direction What Makes You Beautiful
48 Rihanna ft Drake What's My Name
49 Katy Perry E.T.
50 Bad Meets Evil Ft Bruno Mars Lighters
51 Chase & Status Ft Liam Bailey Blind Faith
52 Lmfao Sexy And I Know It
53 Rihanna Ft Calvin Harris We Found Love
54 Mann Buzzin
55 Pink F**kin' Perfect
56 Taio Cruz / McCoy / Minogue Higher
57 David Guetta ft Taio Cruz & Ludacris Little Bad Girl
58 Kanye West Ft Drake & Rihanna All Of The Lights
59 Rihanna California King Bed
60 Nicole Scherzinger Right There
61 Diddy Dirty Money Ft Skylar Grey Coming Home
62 The Black Eyed Peas Just Can't Get Enough
63 JLS Eyes Wide Shut
64 Wynter Gordon Dirty Talk
65 Jennifer Lopez Ft Lil Wayne I'm Into You
66 Dev Ft The Cataracs Bass Down Low
67 DJ Fresh Ft Sian Evans Louder
68 Ed Sheeran Lego House
69 Lady Gaga Judas
70 Pixie Lott All About Tonight
71 Ellie Goulding Your Song
72 Will Young Jealousy
73 Tinie Tempah ft Ellie Goulding Wonderman
74 Wiz Khalifa Black And Yellow
75 Enrique Iglesias Ft Ludacris Tonight (I'm Lovin' You)
76 Cee Lo Green Bright Lights Bigger City
77 Calvin Harris Feel So Close
78 Chris Brown Ft Justin Bieber Next To You
79 Coldplay Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall
80 Beyonce Run The World (Girls)
81 Tracy Chapman Fast Car
82 Katy B ft Ms Dynamite Lights On
83 Kesha We R Who We R
84 Charlene Soraia Wherever You Will Go
85 Jls ft Dev She Makes Me Wanna
86 The Black Eyed Peas The Time (Dirty Bit)
87 Jason Derulo Don't Wanna Go Home
88 Alexis Jordan Good Girl
89 Tiesto Vs Diplo / Busta Rhymes C'Mon (Catch 'Em By Surprise)
90 Labrinth Ft Tinie Tempah Earthquake
91 Dappy No Regrets
92 Coldplay Paradise
93 The Black Eyed Peas Don't Stop The Party
94 Emeli Sande Heaven
95 Jeremih ft 50 Cent Down On Me
96 Nero Guilt
97 Swedish House Mafia Save The World
98 Wretch 32 Traktor
99 Jessie J Who's Laughing Now
100 Pink Raise Your Glass

 

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A Synopsis of The Events in 2011

This was the year when the people of Samoa lost a day. The decision to redraw the International Date Line to the east of Samoa instead of the west meant that the citizens of Samoa went to bed on the evening of 29th December but woke up on the morning of 31st December.

There were natural disasters aplenty in 2011. Firstly we saw flooding in Queensland Australia, and an earthquake in New Zealand's South Island. Japan was hit by an earthquake and tsunami, causing damage to the Fukushima nuclear plant, and precipitating the worst nuclear crisis since Chernobyl. Hurricane Irene wreaked havoc in the Caribbean, the east coast of USA and Canada. For the second year in succession, Pakistan was badly affected by flooding, then as the end of the year was in sight, Typhoon Washi brought flash floods and landslides to the Philippines.

This was also the year of the “Arab Spring”. It started in Tunisia with a young man setting himself on fire to protest against the ruling regime. This act served to ignite the resentment against the rulers and led to widespread demonstrations and riots leading to the overthrow of the government. This discontent rapidly spread to other Arab countries ultimately affecting Egypt, Libya, Algeria, Yemen, Jordan, Bahrain and Syria. We saw Egypt’s President Mubarak put on trial, and Libya’s Colonel Gadhafi killed by rebels after a short but bloody uprising.

Another terrorist was brought to justice as US President Barack Obama broke the news that US special forces had tracked down Osama Bin Laden to a house in Pakistan and killed the most wanted terrorist who was architect of the 9/11 attacks in 2001, which caused the deaths of almost 3,000 people.

In Norway, a gunman shot 69 people at a summer camp whilst a bomb he had planted in Oslo killed another 8 people. Closer to home, there was more pleasant news as the UK celebrated a Royal Wedding. Prince William married Kate Middleton and the couple were given the title of Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

Later in the year, harmony was shattered as a peaceful protest about the fatal shooting of  a 29 year old man in Tottenham, escalated to a riot. Rioting and looting spread to several other English cities before additional police were brought in from other areas to bring the situation under control.

In 2011, we lost

  • Sports personalities, boxers Henry Cooper and Joe Frazier, golfer Seve Ballasteros and IndyCar driver Dan Wheldon.
  • Showbiz stars Elizabeth Taylor, Jane Russell, Peter Falk, Pete Postlethwaite, Susannah York and film director Ken Russell
  • And from the music world, Amy Winehouse, Gerry Rafferty, Bert Jansch, Jet Harris, Gary Moore, Dobie Gray, Bond movie composer John Barrie, Walker Brothers frontman John Walker, E Street Band sax player Clarence Clemons, Andrew Gold, Poly Styrene (X-Ray Spex), jazz pianist George Shearing, Nick Ashford (Ashton and Simpson), Jerry Leiber, co-writer of  "Hound Dog" and "Jailhouse Rock”, Andrea True and DJ Jimmy Saville.

There was another death connected to the music world. Steve Jobs, the enigmatic CEO of Apple retired in August. His retiral was short lived as he lost his battle with cancer in October. Under his stewardship, Apple fundamentally changed the way we listened to music with the iPod and the iPhone. Against a troubled world economic background, Apple continued to go from strength to strength. The release of the iPad 2 early in the year saw it selling out in its first week. Its appeal was such that The Times of India reported on a Chinese teenager who had sold his right kidney to buy one. The much anticipated update to Apple’s iPhone 4 turned out not to be the iPhone 5, but the iPhone 4S. However, the real explosion in smart phone sales was for phones based on Google’s Android operating system, which had, according to Gartner Research, increased their share of worldwide sales from 17% in 2010 to 43% by the end of August.



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