The Best Karaoke Songs Of 2011 – Country And Pop

2011 Top Karaoke Pop Songs
#1 – Rolling In The Deep – Adele (Many people assume Adele to become a black singer because of the sound of her voice but she’s not. What you hear from her are powerful vocals using the feel of emotion behind every note. That is precisely what a good singer wants from your song. The challenge for any singer with ‘Rolling In The Deep’ is matching the emotion and feeling that Adele puts in their original version. Of course you can get away with the inability to match Adele’s vocal quality yet still please your audience if you are a six years old girl singing this song with all your heart, as did Alexa Narvaez on YouTube with currently over 13 million views.)
#2 – Someone Like You – Adele (Yes, Adele will come in with all the top two Pop songs for 2011. ‘Someone Like You’ speaks of somebody coming to terms with all the fact that her past lover has moved. She wishes him the very best and sings she will quickly realize ‘someone like you’, claiming to possess come to terms while using status with their break-up but obviously revealing otherwise. Perhaps this song became so popular since most people experienced our hearts broken just as that song relates.)
#3 – Party Rock Anthem – LMFAO with Lauren Bennett & Goonrock (Well I thought LMFAO should be a band, with possibly each letter of this group’s name representing one of their members. Man, am I ever out of your loop. LMFAO means for Laughing My Freaking Ass Off. LMFAO is in reality a duo made up of Motown founder’s Berry Gordy’s youngest son Stefan aka Redfoo and his grandson Skyler aka SkyBlu. The song was one of the most popular dance songs of the year. If it’s fun to bounce to then it have to be fun to sing.)
#4 – On The Floor – Jennifer Lopez & Pitbull (If anybody remembers the Lambada from 1989 then you will undoubtedly spot the borrowed beat for the main riff. What can we expect for J-Lo’s next big single? Maybe a reworking use of the main riff from ‘Islands In The Stream’ or ‘Afternoon Delight’.)
#5 – You And I – Lady Gaga (Unlike most of Lady Gaga’s tunes and perhaps only a shade less successful as some of Gaga’s dance songs, this tune was highly requested like a karaoke song. ‘You And I’ can be a bluesy, rock and country inspired ballad that mildly samples the classic Queen song ‘We Will Rock You’.)
#6 – Moves Like Jagger – Maroon 5 with Christina Aguilera (This song carries a catchy hook and was well-liked by the karaoke crowd, and what has got more pleasing is that it is a female/male duet.)
#7 – Mr. Know It All – Kelly Clarkson (The original American Idol remains to be going strong five studio albums later. This song again capitalizes on strong vocals along with the hook ‘you don’t know a thing about me’ will stay in your mind for a while following the very last note of the song is played.)
#8 – Lighters – Bad Meets Evil & Bruno Mars (Bad Meets Evil is a duo including things like rappers Royce da 5’9″ and Eminem. This duo actually was formed before Eminem gained his mainstream popularity in 1999, they left each other and now have since reunited. The song
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bluetooth speaker with microphone ‘Lighters’ is an alternative hip-hop song, distinctive from hard core rap, especially using the added vocals of Bruno Mars.)
#9 – We Found Love – Rihanna (Rihanna once again hits the most notable from the charts with a catchy dance song. Many versions with this song also list Calvin Harris inside the credits but we have not heard a duet version or any version which include vocals other than Rihanna’s.)
#10 – I Do – Colbie Caillat (Like Colbie Caillat’s first single Bubbly, this song is often a happy, happy-go-lucky sunny day song that speaks of taking relationships to the next level. A perfect tune to the optimistic romantic.)
Honorable Mention:
Mistletoe – Justin Bieber (Some people may wonder why Justin Bieber is yet again this is not on the very best 10. He also didn’t make the superior ten with some of his songs this season, possibly because although his songs have a broad appeal, in relation to singing them you will see a lot smaller audience. Collectively karaoke versions of his songs sold more than every other artist this year; Justin Bieber was the top selling Karaoke artist of 2011. The late season launch of ‘Mistletoe’ nearly made the very best 10. It was highly requested in late November and December. Many really miss a fresh, new holiday song and this song filled which need precisely.)
Top 2011 Karaoke Country Songs
#1 – Dirt Road Anthem – Jason Aldean (This song covers country life but adds somewhat ‘country rap’ inside the mix. Very popular tune and choice for karaoke singers.)
#2 – Just Fishin’ – Trace Adkins (This song is around a father and daughter fishing together. Another feel great country song that pulls in your heart strings.”)
#3 – Country Girl (Shake It For Me) – Luke Bryan (This song is very completely different from the earlier hit by Luke Bryan ‘Rain Is A Good Thing’. The title should be an inactive giveaway that song is not a ballad or possibly a story song. It can be a coming-right-at-you dance tune that caught on and became certainly one of the most requested country songs to sing.)
#4 – Hell On Heels – Pistol Annies (There are some songs which are country cross overs; songs that can be played on both the Pop Charts along with the Country Charts. Not this song, it’s definitely country. The Pistol Annies produce a statement of your woman’s wrath, singing ‘sugar daddy I’m comin’ for you’. )
#5 – You Lie – The Band Perry (Another country tune a good unhappy relationship. You lie like a Persian rug, being a coon dog basking inside the sun, as being a penny inside car park. It seems many a country song is around that bitter feeling that you get after they uncover that their spouse isn’t so significant and people really adore to sing regarding it.)
#6 – Honey Bee – Blake Shelton (This catchy tune did well for the Billboard 100 as well as going Number 1 on the country charts. The broad appeal with the song (and also the idea that people were singing it) helped put it into the very best ten in our list.)
#7 – Barefoot Blue Jean Night – Jake Owen (This song reminisces in regards to the fun one had on his southern summer barefoot blue jean night. His buddy Frankie got set up having a Cadillac with horns on the hood! )
#8 – Story Of Us – Taylor Swift (an upbeat tempo song that by it’s title might indicate the song would be in regards to a happy relationship. Unfortunately the chorus is ‘the story of us can be a tragedy now.’)
#9 – This Is Country Music – Brad Paisley (Though less commercially successful as some of Brad Paisley’s earlier hits, ‘This Is Country Music’ epitomizes what many feel a country song is centered on. Country music fans usually takes pride because their music often has some substance in it’s lyrics or message, which is not normal which has a pop tune.)
#10 – Just A Kiss – Lady Antebellum (Lady Antebellum songs are incredibly popular within the karaoke world because with their duet capability. The way that Charles Kelley and Hillary Scott effortlessly switch lead vocals inside their original renditions make many singers wish to accomplish the same inside the karaoke versions. The challenge is finding two singers using the same vocal abilities of Lady Antebellum’s lead singers.)
So, again, another year has provided us a slew of new music. So you, the karaoke singer, should stop singing the same old tune. You don’t want to subject the crowd to a single additional time of singing a similar song that you sing week after week, regardless of how good you sing that song. There is plenty of new karaoke music to choose from. Sometimes it may seemed that there are no real new music on the market. However it may appear doing this because you’ve gotten in the habit of paying attention to your ‘iPod’ along with your pre-selected choices in music. Start making it a habit of hearing radio or flipping on a music channel often, you are going to find plenty of latest selections to choose from.

The Best Karaoke Songs Of 2011 – Country And Pop

2011 Top Karaoke Pop Songs
#1 – Rolling In The Deep – Adele (Many people assume Adele to become a black singer because of the sound of her voice but she’s not. What you hear from her are powerful vocals using the feel of emotion behind every note. That is precisely what a good singer wants from your song. The challenge for any singer with ‘Rolling In The Deep’ is matching the emotion and feeling that Adele puts in their original version. Of course you can get away with the inability to match Adele’s vocal quality yet still please your audience if you are a six years old girl singing this song with all your heart, as did Alexa Narvaez on YouTube with currently over 13 million views.)
#2 – Someone Like You – Adele (Yes, Adele will come in with all the top two Pop songs for 2011. ‘Someone Like You’ speaks of somebody coming to terms with all the fact that her past lover has moved. She wishes him the very best and sings she will quickly realize ‘someone like you’, claiming to possess come to terms while using status with their break-up but obviously revealing otherwise. Perhaps this song became so popular since most people experienced our hearts broken just as that song relates.)
#3 – Party Rock Anthem – LMFAO with Lauren Bennett & Goonrock (Well I thought LMFAO should be a band, with possibly each letter of this group’s name representing one of their members. Man, am I ever out of your loop. LMFAO means for Laughing My Freaking Ass Off. LMFAO is in reality a duo made up of Motown founder’s Berry Gordy’s youngest son Stefan aka Redfoo and his grandson Skyler aka SkyBlu. The song was one of the most popular dance songs of the year. If it’s fun to bounce to then it have to be fun to sing.)
#4 – On The Floor – Jennifer Lopez & Pitbull (If anybody remembers the Lambada from 1989 then you will undoubtedly spot the borrowed beat for the main riff. What can we expect for J-Lo’s next big single? Maybe a reworking use of the main riff from ‘Islands In The Stream’ or ‘Afternoon Delight’.)
#5 – You And I – Lady Gaga (Unlike most of Lady Gaga’s tunes and perhaps only a shade less successful as some of Gaga’s dance songs, this tune was highly requested like a karaoke song. ‘You And I’ can be a bluesy, rock and country inspired ballad that mildly samples the classic Queen song ‘We Will Rock You’.)
#6 – Moves Like Jagger – Maroon 5 with Christina Aguilera (This song carries a catchy hook and was well-liked by the karaoke crowd, and what has got more pleasing is that it is a female/male duet.)
#7 – Mr. Know It All – Kelly Clarkson (The original American Idol remains to be going strong five studio albums later. This song again capitalizes on strong vocals along with the hook ‘you don’t know a thing about me’ will stay in your mind for a while following the very last note of the song is played.)
#8 – Lighters – Bad Meets Evil & Bruno Mars (Bad Meets Evil is a duo including things like rappers Royce da 5’9″ and Eminem. This duo actually was formed before Eminem gained his mainstream popularity in 1999, they left each other and now have since reunited. The song
microphone speaker

microphone speaker
bluetooth speaker with microphone ‘Lighters’ is an alternative hip-hop song, distinctive from hard core rap, especially using the added vocals of Bruno Mars.)
#9 – We Found Love – Rihanna (Rihanna once again hits the most notable from the charts with a catchy dance song. Many versions with this song also list Calvin Harris inside the credits but we have not heard a duet version or any version which include vocals other than Rihanna’s.)
#10 – I Do – Colbie Caillat (Like Colbie Caillat’s first single Bubbly, this song is often a happy, happy-go-lucky sunny day song that speaks of taking relationships to the next level. A perfect tune to the optimistic romantic.)
Honorable Mention:
Mistletoe – Justin Bieber (Some people may wonder why Justin Bieber is yet again this is not on the very best 10. He also didn’t make the superior ten with some of his songs this season, possibly because although his songs have a broad appeal, in relation to singing them you will see a lot smaller audience. Collectively karaoke versions of his songs sold more than every other artist this year; Justin Bieber was the top selling Karaoke artist of 2011. The late season launch of ‘Mistletoe’ nearly made the very best 10. It was highly requested in late November and December. Many really miss a fresh, new holiday song and this song filled which need precisely.)
Top 2011 Karaoke Country Songs
#1 – Dirt Road Anthem – Jason Aldean (This song covers country life but adds somewhat ‘country rap’ inside the mix. Very popular tune and choice for karaoke singers.)
#2 – Just Fishin’ – Trace Adkins (This song is around a father and daughter fishing together. Another feel great country song that pulls in your heart strings.”)
#3 – Country Girl (Shake It For Me) – Luke Bryan (This song is very completely different from the earlier hit by Luke Bryan ‘Rain Is A Good Thing’. The title should be an inactive giveaway that song is not a ballad or possibly a story song. It can be a coming-right-at-you dance tune that caught on and became certainly one of the most requested country songs to sing.)
#4 – Hell On Heels – Pistol Annies (There are some songs which are country cross overs; songs that can be played on both the Pop Charts along with the Country Charts. Not this song, it’s definitely country. The Pistol Annies produce a statement of your woman’s wrath, singing ‘sugar daddy I’m comin’ for you’. )
#5 – You Lie – The Band Perry (Another country tune a good unhappy relationship. You lie like a Persian rug, being a coon dog basking inside the sun, as being a penny inside car park. It seems many a country song is around that bitter feeling that you get after they uncover that their spouse isn’t so significant and people really adore to sing regarding it.)
#6 – Honey Bee – Blake Shelton (This catchy tune did well for the Billboard 100 as well as going Number 1 on the country charts. The broad appeal with the song (and also the idea that people were singing it) helped put it into the very best ten in our list.)
#7 – Barefoot Blue Jean Night – Jake Owen (This song reminisces in regards to the fun one had on his southern summer barefoot blue jean night. His buddy Frankie got set up having a Cadillac with horns on the hood! )
#8 – Story Of Us – Taylor Swift (an upbeat tempo song that by it’s title might indicate the song would be in regards to a happy relationship. Unfortunately the chorus is ‘the story of us can be a tragedy now.’)
#9 – This Is Country Music – Brad Paisley (Though less commercially successful as some of Brad Paisley’s earlier hits, ‘This Is Country Music’ epitomizes what many feel a country song is centered on. Country music fans usually takes pride because their music often has some substance in it’s lyrics or message, which is not normal which has a pop tune.)
#10 – Just A Kiss – Lady Antebellum (Lady Antebellum songs are incredibly popular within the karaoke world because with their duet capability. The way that Charles Kelley and Hillary Scott effortlessly switch lead vocals inside their original renditions make many singers wish to accomplish the same inside the karaoke versions. The challenge is finding two singers using the same vocal abilities of Lady Antebellum’s lead singers.)
So, again, another year has provided us a slew of new music. So you, the karaoke singer, should stop singing the same old tune. You don’t want to subject the crowd to a single additional time of singing a similar song that you sing week after week, regardless of how good you sing that song. There is plenty of new karaoke music to choose from. Sometimes it may seemed that there are no real new music on the market. However it may appear doing this because you’ve gotten in the habit of paying attention to your ‘iPod’ along with your pre-selected choices in music. Start making it a habit of hearing radio or flipping on a music channel often, you are going to find plenty of latest selections to choose from.