Ministry of Sound Releases 2021 Edition of ‘The Annual’

Ministry of Sound The Annual 2021

Ministry of Sound has unveiled the latest edition of their end-of-year compilation The Annual and it is filled to the brim with 40 fantastic tunes.


Since first forming back in 1991, Ministry of Sound has become one of the most globally renowned labels in the dance music scene while also operating a club at the heart of London’s nightlife touted for its Dolby Atmos system and legendary performances. Now, on the eve of their 30th anniversary, they’ve unveiled their latest end-of-year compilation The Annual 2021 to keep everyone dancing to the beat.

Each year, the creative minds behind Ministry of Sound curate chart-topping tunes from established and emerging artists alike to celebrate in style. The Annual 2021 puts that on full display within seconds of glancing at the tracklist as tunes that grace the edition include the likes of MK, Calvin Harris and The Weeknd, Disclosure, and Oliver Heldens, to name a few.

There are some true standouts that have landed on The Annual 2021 as well that include smash hits such as “Deep End” by John Summit, “Rabbit Hole” by CamelPhat and Jem Cooke, “Mvinline” by Boys Noize, and “Come Together” by Franky Wah which have dominated speakers around the world. For the mixing duties on this year’s edition, Ministry of Sound looked to dance music icon Pete Tong to take on the duties which can be heard exclusively on Apple Music.

Additionally, Ministry of Sound also unveiled more details in regards to their 30th anniversary celebration next year by announcing that they’ve re-issued the first three editions of The Annual for the first time on streaming platforms. Mixed by Pete Tong and Boy George, this trio of compilations have also found a home on Apple Music, so head there to listen to The Annual I, The Annual II, and The Annual III to take a trip down memory lane!

Listen to Ministry of Sounds’ The Annual 2021 on Spotify or your preferred platform, and let us know what your favorite tracks off this year’s edition are in the comments below!

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MInistry of Sound – The Annual 2021 – Tracklist:

  1. Paul Woolford, Diplo, Kareen Lomax – Looking for Me
  2. Regard, RAYE – Secrets
  3. Joel Corry, MNEK – Head & Heart (feat. MNEK)
  4. Nathan Dawe, KSI – Lighter (feat. KSI)
  5. SAINt JHN, Imanbek – Roses – Imanbek Remix
  6. Topic, A7S – Breaking Me
  7. Sigala, James Arthur – Lasting Lover
  8. Tate McRae, Luca Schreiner – you broke me first – Luca Schreiner Remix
  9. Disciples – I Got You
  10. MK, Carla Monroe – 2AM (feat. Carla Monroe)
  11. Becky Hill, Sigala – Heaven On My Mind (with Sigala)
  12. Majestic, Kelsey – Me & U (feat. Kelsey)
  13. PS1, Alex Hosking, Disciples – Fake Friends (feat. Alex Hosking) – Disciples Remix
  14. 220 KID, GRACEY – Don’t Need Love (with GRACEY)
  15. Imanbek, Martin Jensen – I’m Just Feelin’ (Du Du Du)
  16. HVME – Goosebumps
  17. Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Regard, Dimitri Vegas – Say My Name
  18. Lucky Luke – Cooler Than Me
  19. Tiësto, ILIRA – Lose You
  20. Yola Recoba – Wicked Game
  21. Calvin Harris, The Weeknd – Over Now
  22. London Grammar, Kölsch – Baby It’s You – Kölsch Version
  23. Disclosure, Fatoumata Diawara – Douha (Mali Mali) (Edit)
  24. Doja Cat, Jax Jones – Say So (Jax Jones Midnight Snack Remix)
  25. CamelPhat, Jem Cooke – Rabbit Hole
  26. HOSH, 1979, Jalja – Midnight (The Hanging Tree) (feat. Jalja)
  27. Franky Wah – Come Together
  28. Love Regenerator, Eli Brown, Calvin Harris – Moving [edit]
  29. Armand Van Helden, Riva Starr, Sharlene Hector – Step It Up (feat. Sharlene Hector)
  30. KC Lights – Girl
  31. Oliver Heldens, Boy Matthews – Details (feat. Boy Matthews)
  32. Mark Knight, Rene Amesz, Tasty Lopez – All 4 Love (feat. Tasty Lopez)
  33. Gerry Read – Shit Cant Make Anything
  34. Jayda G – Both Of Us – Edit
  35. Sosa UK – Won’t Give Up
  36. Bklava – Hot Shot
  37. John Summit – Deep End
  38. Boys Noize – Mvinline
  39. Beau – Ode to Ibiza
  40. OFFAIAH – Play It By Ear
Ministry of Sound The Annual 2021

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