Most Overplayed Songs on the Radio, Summer 2011

Summer 2011 is finally here... and now time to reveal it's most overplayed songs on the radio (if anyone still cares to listen to it). All I know is that, this amount of considerable airplay means those music labels are making a whole lot of dough, or are paying a whole lot of dough to play them that much. Either way here are the Most Overplayed Songs on the Radio, Summer 2011 edition.

10) Lupe Fiasco - The Show Goes On
Wait... this isn't Float On by Modest Mouse? That's probably why it sounds like I heard this song way too much.
9) Bruno Mars - The Lazy Song
A kinda different approach for Bruno Mars, but nonetheless still played a lot on the radio.
8) Chris Brown - Look At Me Now (feat Lil Wayne and Busta Rhymes)
The only part of this song I like is the awesome Busta Rhymes part.
7) Britney Spears - Till the World Ends
Britney finally back on this list... I actually like this song, but admit this is getting a bit overplayed.
6) Katy Perry - E.T. (feat. Kanye West)
I like this song but with all Katy Perry songs the radio likes them a whole lot and plays them a whole lot.
5) LMFAO - Party Rock Anthem (feat Lauren Bennett and GoonRock)
This video is kinda funny. As much as I hate LMFAO, this song is catchy.
4) Black Eyed Peas - Just Cant Get Enough
What would this list be without the Black Eyed Peas... Actually one of their better songs in quite some time.
3) Dr. Dre - I Need a Doctor (feat. Eminem and Skylar Grey)
I originally thought this was Eminem song... Dre is back, then again he never really went away.
2) Pitbull - Give Me Everthing (feat. Ne-Yo, Afrojack, Nayer)
Pitbull has been on fire lately with the multiple collaborations and his own work... also props to Afrojack, who's electronic producing talent is crossing over to mainstream.
1) Adele - Rolling in the Deep
Adele finally big in the States... I like this song, but it does seem like this is every radio station's number one song. It's also been number one on iTunes for the longest time.

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