2012’s Top British Selling Singles

Freddie Matthews writes another music review this post is an intro inspection of 2012 top British selling singles.
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Best selling singles in 2012 according to Youtube.
 A lot of people have been buying singles of there choice and last year was no different. Find out the  Top 10 selling singles and find how 2012 was a year influenced by YouTube. Freddie takes another good look at the Gangnam Style and how sales around the world were delayed but lasted a long time.

Goyte featuring Kimbra
Belgian band Goyte.
 Read all about the Belgian-Australian band Goyte and the song with Kimbra called Somebody That I Used To Know. Freddie describes the band in his own little way. Find out what Freddie thinks over on Stirring Trouble Internationally and find out everything you need to know about music last year.

Carly Rae Jepsen
Carly Rae Jepson
 In this article you can read about the rise of Canadian music popularity for example Carly Rae Jepsen again another popular song promoted online that helped sell over on million copies of the single.

Trouble (Coldplay song)
Coldplay Trouble
 Get the updates from the  UK  songs that did well and singles that did not do so well.  Find out the popular songs coming out of  New York City and all the types of bands that do well in the USA. Read all about what is hot and what is not during 2012 and so much more over on Stirring Trouble Internationally.

David Guetta
Titanium - David Guetta Feat Sia
 In the dance charts there have also been some interesting developments. Freddie recommends a few he seems to like David Guetta with Titanium featuring Sia because of its popularity in mainstream charts perhaps, find out by going over to Stirring Trouble Internationally.

Jessie J
Jesse J Pop music.
For more information about awards and nominations last year with songs like Wiz Khalifa  Pay-phone who did very well in Florida. Find out more demographics about your favourite tunes by going over to Stirring Trouble Internationally.

Freddie singles our some tracks from his favourite  Best Selling Album a little hint is that Freddie likes James Bond. I am sure you already know which single Freddie talks about, but what you may not know is which album he has extracted this single from last year. Find out this and much much more from air guitars, to drum machines and other nice rhythms go over to Stirring Trouble Internationally.