#5 Ajda Pekkan - Farkın Bu
She may be called the "Dinosaur" of Turkish pop music, but she sure isn't fossilized just yet! With this year's best selling album in Turkey (160 000 copies) she solidified her spot on the top. It's a very strong album both musically and vocally. A MUST have!
#4 Medina - For Altid
Before this album I thought Medina was sort of one-note, but she really grew and showed her versatility on this album. More than just dance, also soul.
#3 Lady GaGa - Born This Way
At first listen, I wasn't a fan of this album, but once you come to understand the meaning of it, it's really great. It's a collection of very powerful songs that tell a real story, and for me it's the proof that Lady GaGa is more than just a gimmick.
#2 September - Love CPR
This highly anticipated albums turned out as one of my most played albums EVER. Ofcourse my absolute favorites are "Mikrofonkåt" and "Kärlikens Tungen" but the other 15 songs are also worth listening hundreds of times.
#1 Kelly Rowland - Here I Am
This is THE most underrated album of 2011, but it's my favorite album of this year because it really shows how much Kelly Rowland has grown as a performer and as a woman. From club bangers to balads, Kelly can pull it off!
Rihanna - We Found Love
SEREBRO - Давай держаться за руки
Mylène Farmer - Lonely Lisa
Gülşen - Sözde Ayrılık
Medina - For Altid
First up: Dunja Illic, who made many one's stomach turn, and is, I quote "A shame for the Serbian nation"
Second is Zaimina Vasjari, the one that's been massively researched by all of you who arrive from Google! Less voice, more silicone is her anthem!
The bronze goes to Девушки Эйнштейна - Сука. The well fitted tittle "Bitch" fits this 3:20 of passionless "kissing" I'd call it mouth-scraping. It's really vulgar and disgusting, and whoever came up with this should be jailed for crimes of aesthetics.