Billboard picked out our 50 best albums of 2020, but we want to know which album from this year was your favorite!
Dua Lipa dances to our No. 2 slot with her sophomore album Future Nostalgia. Her certifiable club quarantine set of dance-in-your-kitchen numbers travels back in time to the bygone eras of dance-pop and flies to the future à la any “Levitating” performance.
Pop Smoke posthumously appears on the list at No. 9 for his breakthrough mixtape and final statement of his lifetime Meet The Woo 2, which was released just 12 days before his fatal shooting in February. Meanwhile, Mac Miller‘s posthumous LP Circles comes in at No. 16 and completes the work he did with producer, composer and singer-songwriter Jon Brion.
Now that we’ve told you our favorites, it’s time for you to vote in Billboard’s poll for your personal No. 1 album of the year!