Best song in 2011 - level 3, A12

Best song in 2011 - level 3, A12

31-01-2012 23:00

Do you want to have your own radio? is an original internet radio where all listeners have their own profile with their favourite songs and bands. Based on information from these profiles the radio provides music which you like and also other people can see what your favourite music is. It is a good way to find new friends and listen to good and favourite music.

Every year, the radio announces the most played singers of the year. The singer is the most preferred singer in all profiles and music lists. In 2011 the winner was a British singer Adele. She had about 350 000 more plays then the second one Lady Gaga.

Adele was born in 1988 in England and she already had her first album called "19" come in the first place in the sales British chart. The second album, called "21", was in the first place again and it was also an album with the longest time in the first place ever. It even beat Rolling Stones or Madonna records from the past. The most famous song from this album is "Someone like you". It is a very strong song full of emotions and past memories. Many people get goose bumps listening to this song.

Written by David for News in Levels

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