Capital FM Presenters Reveal Their Top Songs Of 2011

21 December 2011, 10:23 | Updated: 4 December 2017, 10:59

Capital FM presenters Will Cozens, Rich Clarke, Roberto, Andi Durrant and James Barr reveal the tracks they loved the most in 2011.

Find out which tracks your Capital FM presenters rated the most in 2011.

Will Cozens - 'Loca People' by Sak Noel

Will says: "This is an amazing tune with a crazy catchy bassline. Couldn't stop playing it!" Visit Will Cozens' blog

Rich Clarke - 'Party Rock Anthem' by LMFAO

Rich says: "It gave birth to all manner of new dance moves and led the way for the now legendary 'shuffle'. I guarantee a failing party would be turned round with this bad boy on the hi-fi!" Visit Rich Clarke's blog

Roberto - 'Firework' by Katy Perry

"I know that technically this song came out in 2010 but it was massive at the start of 2011. My fav coz its such an uplifting tune and makes me feel good every time I hear it. Saw KP do it live too, place was shaking as everyone sang along – such as good show." Visit Roberto's blog

James Barr - 'Party Rock Anthem' by LMFAO

"I played it for the first time back in January and yet I still get #EXCITEDFACE when I hear it now! It got everybody  shuffling at the Summertime Ball, was No.1 in 12 countries and is without a doubt the biggest song of 2011! I can’t wait to play it on Capital at midnight NYE!" Visit James Barr's blog

Andi Durrant - 'Meteorites' by London Elektricity

"This was really hard to choose as I play so many different types of music on my shows but for absolute sheer amazing beauty and stunning quality I've gone for 'Meteorites' by drum & bass producer London Elektricity. It's a perfect example of how electronic music can be just as emotional, beautiful, well written and well produced as any classical or perfect pop record. I could literally listen to this record over and over and over and over again and never get bored of it. I'll hear it in 40 years time and it'll still make all the hairs on my neck stand on end and take me straight back to 2011. Amazing." Visit Andi Durrant's blog

Download the playlist and watch Andi Durrant's favourite track of the year below...