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Rolling In The Deep Was The Most Played Track On Spotify In 2011

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Another win for the lovely Adele!

Her monster hit Rolling in the Deep was the most played song of 2011 on the music streaming site Spotify in the UK.

It just beat out Bruno Mars' Grenade and Rihanna's S&M.

This has been such a HUGE year for Adele! We couldn't be more proud of her. And we can't believe that it could be a couple more years before we hear new music from her! Waah!

Although, at least it will give all the other artists a fighting chance. LOLz!

To see the top 10 most played Spotify tracks of 2011, click AFTER THE JUMP!

1. Adele - 'Rolling In The Deep'
2. Bruno Mars - Grenade
3. Rihanna - S&M
4. Jessie J feat. B.o.B - Price Tag
5. Jessie J - Do It Like A Dude
6. LMFAO - Party Rock Anthem
7. Adele - Make You Feel My Love
8. Rihanna feat. Drake - What's My Name?
9. Rihanna - Only Girl In The World
10. Katy Perry - Firework

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14 comments to “Rolling In The Deep Was The Most Played Track On Spotify In 2011”

  1. 1

    Haha lady xerox didn't make the list!
    Mother FLOP is over!

  2. 2

    Did Gaga say she was making the Album of the decade, it hasn't even made this listen let alone the album of the year or the top ten. Glad the real singers or at least some of the people on the list that don't need auto tune to make a number one album.

  3. 3

    COMMENTS ON AGAIN,,,"Former Kardashian Nanny Shopping Tell-All Book" AS is happening more frequently you shut off the comments off on storys that you are 24 hours late reporting.

  4. 4

    Really pleased for her, quality always shows.

  5. 5

    thought I love Adele, her music was so over-played… I'm just tired of it now.

  6. 6


  7. ed69 says – reply to this


    the year of Adele… and she didnt event promote her album as the album of the dcade.

  8. 8

    Derz a fyy-ur growin' in muh hart.
    Uhg If I hear that song one more time I swear to god i'll -

  9. 9

    OVER PLAYED!!!!!!!!

  10. 10

    Oh congratulations to Lady FlopFlop on another list she flopped from.

  11. 11

    The reason Lady Gaga didn't make the list? She decided to focus on selling the spectacle that she created in herself, instead of concentrating on her music and selling THAT. Big mistake. After all gimmicks only last so long, while great voices, great songs and great music? Live on forever! Good for Adele - Happy for her… She is definitely the stuff of legends and her memory, her music, will be around long after the memory of all of the gimmicks of others fade. Plain and simple.

  12. 12

    Oh Adele,Oh Adele!

  13. 13

    Really? I use Spotify regularly and didn't play Rolling in the Deep (or any other Adele song) once, even though its the only song of hers I actually really like. I get Rihanna being on there though because I always listen to her albums before considering buying them as I usually only like about half of the songs on them, she can be a bit erratic. It surprises me Adele is top as I would have thought most people use Spotify either to try out an album or single a few times or, if they are paying for it, instead of actually buying the music. As for Gaga, her millions of fans don't need Spotify as she arranged for the album to be streamed for free for a few days before it was released so we could decide whether we liked it (and that is not counting the Zynga hookup). 7 million copies of Born This Way sold in just 7 months is a long long way from flopping, its the 2nd biggest selling album WORLDWIDE this year (after 21 - Adele).

  14. 14

    No surprise. That was huge hit for her this year, and it was everywhere.