Which Artist Dominated 2019? Vote!

Heather Hazzan

Lizzo photographed on Aug. 27, 2019 at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden in Brooklyn.

Capping off 2019 was no easy feat for these artists. They pushed boundaries, blended genres, broke all-time Billboard Hot 100 records and gained incredible streaming numbers.

For starters, Lil Nas X did all of the above this year. The rapper expertly fused hip-hop and country to create the No. 1 banger "Old Town Road" with Nashville vet Billy Ray Cyrus -- which rode for a record-breaking 19 weeks atop the Hot 100.

Lizzo and Billie Eilish both secured nominations in the Big Four Grammy categories: album of the year, record of the year, song of the year and best new artist. Lizzo scored for the deluxe edition of her third studio album Cuz I Love You, while Eilish's album of the year nod went to her debut LP When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?

Post Malone also squeezed in a boatload of accolades this year, from gaining his second Billboard 200 No. 1 album Hollywood's Bleeding to securing a spot for each of the project's 17 tracks on the Hot 100. 

In the world of Latin pop, Bad Bunny dominated: He leads Billboard's year-end Top Latin Artists chart, the year-end Top Latin Artists - Male chart and the year-end Top Latin Albums chart with X100PRE, which spent 34 weeks atop the regularly in-place Top Latin Albums chart. The 25-year-old Latin trap and reggaetón singer was also the only Latin act to make it onto the overall all-genre year-end Top Artists chart by securing the No. 31 spot.

BLACKPINK also ended 2019 on a solid note after wrapping their first North American headlining In Your Area Tour, becoming one of two K-pop groups (along with BTS) to claim multiple spots on the World Digital Songs Sales chart (dated April 27) and scoring 1 billion YouTube views for the music video of their Hot 100 hit "Ddu-Du-Ddu-Du."

So which artist dominated 2019? Vote below!

2019 Billboard Year in Music