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Entertainment Weekly’s Best & Worst of 2011

Adele, Chad Kroeger, Scotty McCreery
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As 2011 comes to a close, it is time for just about every entertainment outlet to release their best and worst list recapping the year. Entertainment Weekly has released their list and the usual suspect is on the top of one list but doesn’t appear on another.

Among the best albums of 2011, according to Entertainment Weekly, Adele‘s 21 is on top, which doesn’t surprise anyone. The rest of the top 10 include Florence + The Machine, Demi Lovato and Pistol Annies.

When it comes to the worst albums of the year, Entertainment Weekly says Nickelback‘s Here And Now nears the top along with releases from Owl City, Soulja Boy and American Idol winner Scotty McCreery.

With Adele’s 21 topping the list of best albums, you’d think her song “Rolling In The Deep”, which has topped other year-end lists, to appear on EW’s list of Best Singles for 2011 – well it does not appear as a top single at all. Instead naming Nicki Minaj’s “Super Bass” as the best single of the year. Following are Foster The People‘s “Pumped Up Kicks” and Beyonce‘s “Countdown”.

Do you agree with Entertainment Weekly about not naming “Rolling In The Deep” in their top 10 best singles list?

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