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What your Knights have been listening to in 2021

It's that time of year!

The boys have revealed what's been featuring on their playlists throughout the year.

The lists featured everything from Fleetwood Mac to Khalid and all the way through to some Aussie EDM kings.

Let's see what the boys have been listening to!

Kalyn Ponga

Those who follow 'KP' across his various social channels will know his pop rap taste in music hasn't changed since we last checked in on his playlists.

As he did in 2020, Justin Bieber tops the rankings for our No.1.

US rappers Jack Harlow and Drake again feature highly, with Khalid also making a back to back appearance.

The new addition to Ponga's top five is Migos, a popular hip hop group from the US.

Bieber's LET IT GO was his top track of the year.

Tex Hoy

The young gun returned a mainly EDM-inspired offering in 2020, and the dance genre again featured heavily in his 22,568 minutes of listening in 2021.

Aussie artist Flume again polled highly, however lost his top spot to US rapper J.Cole.

Jack Harlow and Pop Smoke were new entries, while Sydney sensation The Kid LAROI came in 4th.

J.Cole's MIDDLE CHILD was Hoy's most listened to song this year.

Starford To'a

Down slightly on his 99,726 minute tally from 2020, To'a still spent a mammoth 75,292 minutes listening to his favourite tunes in 2021.

The genre hasn't changed, with rap dominating his top five artists.

Drake and Pop Smoke have switched positions, with the former taking top spot this year.

Roddy Ricch again takes position three, while Lil Baby and Meek Mill are new entries in positions four and five.

Brodie Jones

Again featuring a distinct rap and hip hop flavour, Brodie Jones listened to 25,674 minutes of music in 2021.

Post Malone took out the top spot, followed by NAV and Juice WRLD.

The Kid LAROI made another appearance, this time in position five, while Tee Grizzley's White Lows Off Designer was the No.1 track of the year.

Jack Johns

Well, this is where things get interesting.

A self-described muso, Johns has rolled out a starkly different top five than any of his team mates.

Dominated by classic rock, Johns' most listened to artist was legendary band Fleetwood Mac.

The Rolling Stones and Red Hot Chilli Peppers also made an appearance, with Kanye West rounding out the top five.

The outlier in the list appears to be Calvin Harris, who's most famous for EDM bangers such as Feel So Close and This Is What You Came For.