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simfyafrica announces most popular tracks, song and album of 2012

7 Dec 2012 11:35
simfyafrica has announced most popular tracks, song and album of 2012, based on the actual number of streams and downloads, The Killers' Runaway being the most popular song of 2012.
Pop-rock dominates the simfy africa chart, with Fun, Carly Rae Jepsen, Mumford & Sons and Muse all featured strongly. The diversity of the list shows the diversity of the fan base, incorporating Afrikaans, indie, dance, and kwaito.

The Song Of The Year was Come With Me Now, by Kongos. The Album Of The Year was "All Things Grey" by Kabomo.

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Simfyafrica's Top 20, 2012, was:

• Runaway: The Killers
• Some Nights: Fun
• Call Me Maybe: Carly Rae Jepsen
• She Wolf (Falling To Pieces) [feat. Sia]: David Guetta
• Payphone: Maroon 5
• I Will Wait: Mumford & Sons
• Hall Of Fame: The Script feat.
• Wie's bang: Van Coke Kartel
• We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together: Taylor Swift
• Come With Me Now: Kongos
• Burn It Down: Linkin Park
• Denial: Donald
• Madness: Muse
• Home Sweet Home: ChianoSky
• Uzobuya: Kabomo
• Octopus: Bloc Party
• Paradise: Coldplay
• Love Is In The Air: ToyaDelazy
• Where Have You Been: Rihanna
• Gangnam Style: Psy
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