A Revista Rolling Stone elaborou a sua lista dos 50 melhores singles deste ano e o #1 é bem previsível! :) Rolling In The Deep de Adele foi considerado o melhor single de 2011. No top 10 encontram-se mais 3 artistas femininas: Britney, Gaga e Beyoncé. Cliquem ler mais para verem a lista completa! :)

Rolling Stone magazine made their top 50 singles of 2011 and the #1 was very predictable! Adele's Rolling In The Deep is the #1 single of the year! Congrats! :P At the top 10 we find 3 more ladies: Britney, Gaga and Beyoncé at #3, 37 and #8 respectively. Click Read More to check out the full list!

50. Red Hot Chili Peppers, 'Adventures of Raindance Maggie'
49. Pains of Being Pure at Heart, 'Heart In Your Heartbreak'
48. Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, 'The Death of You and Me'
47. Atlas Sound, 'Mona Lisa'
46. Mr. Muthafuckin’ eXquire et al., 'The Last Huzzah'
45. Cass McCombs, 'The Same Thing'
44. The Joy Formidable, 'The Everchanging Spectrum of a Lie'
43. Hayes Carll, 'KMAG YOYO'
42. Eleanor Friedberger, 'My Mistakes'
41. Coldplay, 'Paradise'
40. Girls, 'Vomit'

39. EMA, 'California'
38. Middle Brother, 'Blue Eyes'
37. Nas, 'Nasty'
36. Tom Waits, 'Satisfied'
35. R.E.M., 'We All Go Back To Where We Belong'
34. Das Racist, 'Girl'
33. Beastie Boys (Feat. Santigold), 'Don't Play No Games That I Can't Win'
32. Tune-Yards, 'Bizniss'
31. Killer Mike, 'Ric Flair'
30. Eric Church, 'Springsteen'
29. Adele, 'Rumour Has It'
28. Dawes, 'Million Dollar Bill'
27. Lady Gaga, 'You and I'
26. Miranda Lambert, 'Mama's Broken Heart'
25. Lykke Li, 'Youth Knows No Pain'
24. Smith Westerns, 'Weekend'
23. Tyler, the Creator, 'Yonkers'
22. Bon Iver, 'Holocene'
21. Paul Simon, 'The Afterlife'
20, Jay-Z and Kanye West, 'Welcome to the Jungle'
19. Lucinda Williams, 'Blessed'
18. Black Keys, 'Little Black Submarines'
17. Wilco, 'I Might'
16. Fleet Foxes, 'Lorelai'
15. TV on the Radio, 'You'
14. Sleeper Agent, 'Get It Daddy'
13. My Morning Jacket, 'Circuital'
12. Lloyd feat. Andre 3000 and Lil Wayne, 'Dedication to My Ex (Miss That)'
11. Foster the People, 'Pumped Up Kicks'
10. The Decemberists, 'Don't Carry It All'
9. Lil Wayne feat. Cory Gunz, 'Six Foot Seven Foot'
8. Beyonce, 'Countdown'
7. Lady Gaga, 'Edge of Glory'
6. Radiohead, 'Lotus Flower'
5. Paul Simon, 'Rewrite'
4. Foo Fighters, 'These Days'

3. Britney Spears, 'Till The World Ends' - Brit delivers the Apocalypse Now of Eurotrash electrotrance disco songs, as that throbbing pulse builds to a pure drop-the-bomb chorus. And that "whoa-ho-ho" choir sounds like Cher leading an aircraft carrier full of gay sailors.

2. Jay-Z and Kanye West, 'Ni**as in Paris' - The year's most intense throwdown – minimalist thunder pegged to a tweedling synth line that seemed to taunt potential haters. The lyrics are full of opulence ("gold bottles" rhymes with "scold models"), but this is no breezy highlife jam: Kanye barks about wilding out in France, while Jay imagines the dark fate that could have awaited him had he not become Jay-Z.

1. Adele, 'Rolling in the Deep' - The biggest hit from the biggest album of the year is a breakup scorcher to beat all breakup scorchers, with Adele slinging bolts of regretful scorn amid gospel-tinged stomp and a gaggle of soul-sister backup singers. This is brokenhearted music that makes you feel like taking on the world – crackling with quiet menace in the intro, then slowly building to that gut-punch refrain of "We could have had it all!" How did such an old-school soul song dominate the charts next to Gaga and Katy Perry? Maybe it's the hint of hip-hop venom you hear amid the blues-steeped storminess when Adele tells her ex-lover she'll "lay your shit bare." Maybe it's that certain emotions – especially when channeled through a voice this powerful – will always seem timeless.