Top 100 streamed songs of 2011

Top 100 streamed songs of 2011 via the Official Charts Company.

Adele’s Rolling In The Deep tops the list, which has been compiled from data derived from the likes of Spotify, Deezer, Napster, We7 and Xbox Live Zune.

Both ad-funded and subscription platforms were taken into account.

The list follows the first Official weekly UK streaming chart, which was released yesterday. Carly Rae Jepsen’s Call Me Maybe took the No.1 spot.

The UK’s most streamed tracks of 2011, according to Official Charts Company data:

1 ROLLING IN THE DEEP ADELE XL RECORDINGS

2 GRENADE BRUNO MARS ELEKTRA

3 PRICE TAG JESSIE J FT BOB ISLAND/LAVA

4 S&M RIHANNA DEF JAM

5 THE A TEAM ED SHEERAN ASYLUM

6 DO IT LIKE A DUDE JESSIE J ISLAND/LAVA

7 MAKE YOU FEEL MY LOVE ADELE XL RECORDINGS

8 WHAT’S MY NAME RIHANNA FT DRAKE DEF JAM

9 ONLY GIRL (IN THE WORLD) RIHANNA DEF JAM

10 PARTY ROCK ANTHEM LMFAO/LAUREN BENNETT/GOONROCK INTERSCOPE

11 JUST THE WAY YOU ARE (AMAZING) BRUNO MARS ELEKTRA

12 WHO’S THAT CHICK DAVID GUETTA FT RIHANNA POSITIVA/VIRGIN

13 FIREWORK KATY PERRY VIRGIN

14 BORN THIS WAY LADY GAGA INTERSCOPE

15 ON THE FLOOR JENNIFER LOPEZ FT PITBULL DEF JAM

16 YOUR SONG ELLIE GOULDING POLYDOR

17 MOVES LIKE JAGGER MAROON 5 FT CHRISTINA AGUILERA A&M/OCTONE

18 FORGET YOU CEE LO GREEN WARNER BROS

19 WE FOUND LOVE RIHANNA FT CALVIN HARRIS DEF JAM

20 ET KATY PERRY FT KANYE WEST VIRGIN

21 THE LAZY SONG BRUNO MARS ELEKTRA

22 GIVE ME EVERYTHING PITBULL/NE-YO/AFROJACK/NAYER J

23 YEAH 3X CHRIS BROWN SONY MUSIC

24 I NEED A DOLLAR ALOE BLACC EPIC

25 LOVE THE WAY YOU LIE EMINEM FT RIHANNA INTERSCOPE

26 THE CAVE MUMFORD & SONS GENTLEMEN OF THE ROAD/ISLAND

27 MARRY YOU BRUNO MARS ELEKTRA

28 WONDERMAN TINIE TEMPAH FT ELLIE GOULDING PARLOPHONE

29 L.I.F.E.G.O.E.S.O.N. NOAH & THE WHALE MERCURY

30 ALL OF THE LIGHTS KANYE WEST FT DRAKE & RIHANNA ROC-A-FELLA

31 LIKE A G6 FAR EAST MOVEMENT/CATARACS/DEV INTERSCOPE

32 LEGO HOUSE ED SHEERAN ASYLUM

33 BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE CHRIS BROWN FT BENNY BENASSI SONY MUSIC

34 SWEAT SNOOP DOGG CAPITOL

35 SUPER BASS NICKI MINAJ CASH MONEY/ISLAND

36 WHERE THEM GIRLS AT DAVID GUETTA/FLO RIDA/MINAJ POSITIVA/VIRGIN

37 YOU NEED ME I DON’T NEED YOU ED SHEERAN ASYLUM

38 MIAMI 2 IBIZA SWEDISH HOUSE MAFIA VS TINIE VIRGIN

39 JUST CAN’T GET ENOUGH BLACK EYED PEAS INTERSCOPE

40 COMING HOME DIDDY DIRTY MONEY/SKYLAR GREY BAD BOY/INTERSCOPE

41 HOMETOWN GLORY ADELE XL RECORDINGS

42 LITTLE LION MAN MUMFORD & SONS GENTLEMEN OF THE ROAD/ISLAND

43 BLIND FAITH CHASE & STATUS FT LIAM BAILEY MERCURY

44 I NEED A DOCTOR DR DRE FT EMINEM & SKYLAR GREY INTERSCOPE

45 WE R WHO WE R KESHA RCA

46 PASS OUT TINIE TEMPAH PARLOPHONE

47 PUMPED UP KICKS FOSTER THE PEOPLE COLUMBIA

48 TONIGHT (I’M F**KIN’ YOU) ENRIQUE IGLESIAS FT LUDACRIS POLYDOR

49 THE TIME (DIRTY BIT) BLACK EYED PEAS INTERSCOPE

50 CALIFORNIA KING BED RIHANNA DEF JAM

51 SKINNY LOVE BON IVER 4AD

52 BEST THING I NEVER HAD BEYONCE COLUMBIA/PARKWOOD ENT

53 FEEL SO CLOSE CALVIN HARRIS COLUMBIA

54 WRITTEN IN THE STARS TINIE TEMPAH FT ERIC TURNER PARLOPHONE

55 BLACK AND YELLOW WIZ KHALIFA ATLANTIC

56 THE EDGE OF GLORY LADY GAGA INTERSCOPE

57 HELLO MARTIN SOLVEIG & DRAGONETTE 3 BEAT/AATW

58 WHAT YOU KNOW TWO DOOR CINEMA CLUB KITSUNE

59 CHASING PAVEMENTS ADELE XL RECORDINGS

60 TEENAGE DREAM KATY PERRY VIRGIN

61 DOWN WITH THE TRUMPETS RIZZLE KICKS ISLAND

62 GLAD YOU CAME WANTED GLOBAL TALENT

63 EARTHQUAKE LABRINTH FT TINIE TEMPAH SYCO MUSIC

64 SWEET DISPOSITION TEMPER TRAP INFECTIOUS MUSIC

65 CHAMPION CHIPMUNK FT CHRIS BROWN JIVE

66 COOLER THAN ME MIKE POSNER J

67 BOUNCE CALVIN HARRIS FT KELIS COLUMBIA

68 DON’T HOLD YOUR BREATH NICOLE SCHERZINGER INTERSCOPE

69 SOMETHING GOOD CAN WORK TWO DOOR CINEMA CLUB KITSUNE

70 STARRY EYED ELLIE GOULDING POLYDOR

71 END CREDITS CHASE & STATUS FT PLAN B VERTIGO

72 F**KIN’ PERFECT PINK LAFACE

73 JUDAS LADY GAGA INTERSCOPE

74 THE FLOOD TAKE THAT POLYDOR

75 BUZZIN MANN FT 50 CENT MERCURY

76 HEY SOUL SISTER TRAIN COLUMBIA

77 CRYSTALISED XX YOUNG TURKS

78 JUST A DREAM NELLY UNIVERSAL

79 CHEERS (DRINK TO THAT) RIHANNA DEF JAM

80 DYNAMITE TAIO CRUZ 4TH & BROADWAY

81 FOR THE FIRST TIME SCRIPT PHONOGENIC

82 DOG DAYS ARE OVER FLORENCE & THE MACHINE ISLAND

83 WHAT MAKES YOU BEAUTIFUL ONE DIRECTION SYCO MUSIC

84 MANY OF HORROR BIFFY CLYRO 14TH FLOOR

85 NOBODY’S PERFECT JESSIE J ISLAND/LAVA

86 WHAT THE HELL AVRIL LAVIGNE RCA

87 SEXY AND I KNOW IT LMFAO INTERSCOPE

88 RAISE YOUR GLASS PINK LAFACE

89 SKINNY LOVE BIRDY 14TH FLOOR/ATLANTIC

90 WITHOUT YOU DAVID GUETTA FT USHER POSITIVA/VIRGIN

91 ISLANDS XX YOUNG TURKS

92 LAST FRIDAY NIGHT (TGIF) KATY PERRY VIRGIN

93 DAYDREAMER ADELE XL RECORDINGS

94 EYES WIDE SHUT JLS FT TINIE TEMPAH EPIC

95 WINTER WINDS MUMFORD & SONS GENTLEMEN OF THE ROAD/ISLAND

96 CALIFORNIA GURLS KATY PERRY FT SNOOP DOGG VIRGIN

97 AIRPLANES BOB FT HAYLEY WILLIAMS ATLANTIC

98 STEREO HEARTS GYM CLASS HEROES/ADAM LEVINE DECAYDANCE/FUELED BY RAMEN

99 MOMENT 4 LIFE NICKI MINAJ FT DRAKE CASH MONEY/ISLAND

100 KATY ON A MISSION KATY B RINSE RECORDINGS

Mercury Music Prize 2011 shortlist revealed

North West music fans will be pleased to see Manchester’s Everything Everything alongside local heroes and 2008 winners Elbow on this year’s list.

The shortlist provides a snapshot of the year in music, recognising artistic achievement across a range of genres in UK music. Check out the shortlist below or go to the Mercury Music Prize website.

Some harmless fun now. Ask Me PR wants to know who you think should win. Check out our poll at the bottom of the post;

Albums of the Year 2011

Everything Everything ‘Man Alive’

‘Man Alive’, Manchester based Everything Everything’s debut album, was produced by David Kosten. Formed in 2007, the four-piece band features members from Northumberland, Kent and Guernsey. ‘Man Alive’ was released on Geffen in August 2010 and includes the singles ‘MY KZ, UR BF’ and ‘Photoshop Handsome’.

‘An exhuberant musical adventure. A thrilling clash of electro, guitar pop, tight rhythms and smart wordplay’

Elbow ‘Build a Rocket Boys!’

‘Build a Rocket Boys!’, Elbow’s fifth album, was produced by the band’s Craig Potter. The five- piece band are from Bury and their previous album, ‘The Seldom Seen Kid’, won the Mercury Prize in 2008. ‘Build a Rocket Boys!’ was released on Fiction in March 2011 and includes the singles ‘Neat Little Rows’ and ‘Open Arms’.

‘Another compelling collection of songs from one of Britain’s greatest bands. Generous in spirit, brilliantly observed and musically uplifting’

Metronomy ‘The English Riviera’

‘The English Riviera’, Metronomy’s third album, was released by Because Music in April 2011. It was written and produced by the band’s Joseph Mount, originally from Totnes, Devon. The album, recorded in London and Paris, includes the singles ‘She Wants’, ‘The Look’ and ‘The Bay’.

‘A beautifully realised electro-pop dream about growing up on an imagined English Riviera – sparkling, sophisticated and full of intrigue’

Adele ’21’

A worldwide number one, ’21’ was released in January 2011 on XL Recordings and is the follow up to ’19’, Adele’s Mercury shortlisted debut. The majority of the album was produced by Rick Rubin in Malibu and Paul Epworth in London. ’21’ has gone 10 times platinum in the UK and features the singles ‘Rolling in the Deep’, ‘Someone Like You’ and ‘Set Fire to the Rain’.

‘An extraordinary achievement. An emotional set of remarkable love songs brilliantly performed’

Ghostpoet ‘Peanut Butter Blues & Melancholy Jam’

Ghostpoet is London born Obaro Ejimiwe. ‘Peanut Butter Blues & Melancholy Jam’, his debut album, was written whilst at university in Coventry and released on Gilles Peterson’s Brownswood Recordings in February 2011. The album includes the singles ‘Cash and Carry Me Home’ and ‘Survive It’.

‘Mesmerising homemade hip-hop: endlessly inventive beats, laid-back delivery and rueful stories. Completely engaging’

Anna Calvi ‘Anna Calvi’

Anna Calvi’s debut album was released in January 2011 on Domino Records. Recorded in France and Worcestershire, it features a guest appearance from Brian Eno. The album was produced by Anna Calvi along with Rob Ellis and Pritpal Soor. It includes the singles ‘Blackout’ and ‘Desire’.

‘Anna Calvi marks out a unique dramatic territory with powerful vocals and formidable guitar. A passionate and atmospheric debut’

Tinie Tempah ‘Disc-Overy’

‘Disc-Overy’ is Tinie Tempah’s debut album. It was recorded in London and Sweden, and released on Parlophone in October 2010. Tinie, from South East London, is the first UK rap artist to have a million-selling single in the USA, with ‘Written in the Stars’. The number one album also features the Labrinth produced singles ‘Pass Out’ and ‘Frisky’.

‘A brilliant new voice in British urban music. Witty, eclectic, charismatic – ‘Disc-Overy’ is completely irresistible’

Gwilym Simcock ‘Good Days at Schloss Elmau’

Gwilym Simcock, from Bangor, Wales, attended Trinity College and the Royal Academy of Music. Gwilym, a renowned jazz pianist, recorded the album at Schloss Elmau, Bavaria. It was released on ACT in January 2011 and co-produced with Siggi Loch.

‘On his first album as a solo performer, internationally acclaimed pianist Gwilym Simcock takes listeners on a spell-binding, lyrical and absorbing musical journey’

James Blake ‘James Blake’

James Blake’s debut album was written and recorded by the 22-year-old Goldsmiths music graduate at his home in New Cross. The album was released on Atlas/A&M in February 2011, following a series of well-received EPs, and includes the singles ‘Limit to Your Love’ and ‘The Wilhelm Scream’.

‘A strikingly original album. Late night songs, delicate sound fragments, intimate and haunting’

PJ Harvey ‘Let England Shake’

‘Let England Shake’ was recorded in a 19th century church in Dorset and features long- time collaborators Mick Harvey, John Parish and Flood. PJ Harvey is a previous winner of the Mercury Prize and this is her eighth solo album. It was released on Island Records in February 2011 and includes the singles ‘The Words that Maketh Murder’ and ‘The Glorious Land’.

‘PJ Harvey confirms her status as one of Britain’s most creative artists with another landmark album. Musical meditations on history, war and Englishness: gripping and profound’

Katy B ‘On a Mission’

‘On a Mission’ is the debut album by 22-year-old Katy B from Peckham. Katy studied music at Goldsmiths and her album, recorded in London, was released in April 2011 on Rinse/Columbia. It features the top five singles ‘Lights On’, featuring Ms Dynamite, and ‘Katy on a Mission’, produced by Benga.

‘Katy B fashions a wonderfully fresh and vivid pop album from the sounds and encounters of contemporary club culture. Immediate and exhilarating’

King Creosote & Jon Hopkins ‘Diamond Mine’

King Creosote is Kenny Anderson, a well-respected singer/songwriter from Fife and a member of the Fence Collective. Jon Hopkins, an acclaimed musician, composer and producer, has worked with Brian Eno and Coldplay. ‘Diamond Mine’ includes field recordings capturing life in Fife and was released in March 2011 by Domino Records.

‘Jon Hopkins creates the perfect soundscape for King Creosote’s beautiful songs of life in a Scottish coastal village. Gentle, evocative and moving’