Posts Tagged Best Tracks 2011

#BestOf2011 : Top 100 Tracks (25-1)

25-GIL SCOTT-HERON & JAMIE XX-I’ll Take Care Of You (XL)

The remix collaboration between Jamie XX and the late Gil-Scott Heron served unexpectedly as a tribute to the legendary Afroamericah poet and it leads us now into the final part of our top tracks. Among them, a remarkably high number of newcomers, as well as female solo artists; plus a double helping of the most awarded act in the story of the Rober Awards, whom in 2011 reached a new career high. Read the rest of this entry »

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#BestOf2011 : Top 100 Tracks (50-26)

50-BEYONCÉ-Countdown (Columbia)

With Beyoncé’s controversial moves we carry on with our own ‘Countdown’. In the third block we’ll find winter beats; frozen desserts; queens of hearts and lonely stars. Right after the jump. Read the rest of this entry »

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#BestOf2011 : Top 100 Tracks (75-51)

75-PETER, BJORN & JOHN-Second Chance (Cooking Vinyl)

The second part of our tracks of the year countdown begins in power pop mode with the return to form of Swedish popters Peter Bjorn & John and it will deliver tracks by the most generous, freebie giving Canadian producer; the most talked about collaboration and the biggest selling artist of 2011. To find out who they are keep reading. Read the rest of this entry »

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#BestOf2011 : Top 100 Tracks (100-76)

101-RIHANNA FEAT. JAY-Z-Talk That Talk (Def Jam)

With the symbolic 101 position, this year occupied by a duet between Rihanna and her mentor Jay-Z, we begin te Top 100 countdown of our favorite tracks of the year. In the first instalment we’ll find the R&B revelation of the year; the biggest Ghanean hit that has ever graced our chart and DFA’s latest British discovery…

#BestOf2011 : Tracks Of The Year – Bubbling Under

A$AP ROCKY-Peso (RCA)

Our review of the best music of 2011 starts here with the tracks of the year. We’ll be counting down our Top 100 this week, followed by the albums, first loosely divided by genre in our honorable mentions to end with our favorite Top 50 records of the year.

To begin with, some of the songs by debuting and lesser known artists that nearly make our selection and more than likely will be making some of the most interesting music during 2012. Read the rest of this entry »

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