Top 6 Music Albums Of The First Half of 2020
Top Music Albums 2020 Billboard So Far – Best Albums to Work to
We can’t just cancel the music. Due to this pandemic, we all are deprived of live performances for months. But, artists still sharing their news music albums and songs. Music offers an unique respite from all the chaos around us. During this quarantine, listening to these latest brilliant music albums gives a soothing feel. So, wherever you are or whatever your tastes is. Just unplug from the news for a while and find some much-needed respite with the best music albums of 2020 so far.
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Juice WRLD- “Legends Never Die”
Juice WRLD’s first posthumous music album Legends Never Die released on July 1. Now, its the biggest no. 1 debut on the Billboard 200 chart this year with 497,000 equal album units, as per reports. The new album is now the fourth biggest streaming debut ever after Drake’s Scorpion, Lil Wayne’s Tha Carter V, and Post Malone’s Beerbongs and Bentleys. This received overwhelming love that millions of music fans have for Jarad (aka Juice WRLD). It reminds of how much his poetic words, creativity, and all the bright light continues to shine. This is a reminder of his artistic talent and emotional honesty.
This is Halsey’s raw autobiographical portrait of the artist as a young mess. Like craving her share of love and tenderness in this hostile world. Halsey is a mess who’s an ambitious artist seeing herself as a mirror for her entire generation. Manic is a music album of “hip-hop, country, rock, and everything.
Dua Lipa- ‘Future Nostalgia’
The Future Nostalgia by Halsey is a breathtakingly fun, cohesive, and ambitious attempt. Its basically to find a place for a disco in 2020. Dua Lipa is incredibly successful in this. Her upbeat album is the perfect balm for a stressful time for us. This is like a neon “Welcome” sign for us all. It’s Daft Punk-Ian, Robot funk accents silly and full of nonsensical but smartly delivered one-liners. Her album’s lead single, “Don’t Start Now,” has become a megahit for a good reason.
Lady Gaga- ‘Chromatica’
Chromatica by Lady Gaga is now a return to form, and a return to the dance floor for her. The singles “Rain on Me” and “Stupid Love” have the pop sensibilities of her early hits. Also, the music throws back to THE house, disco, and even New Wave. But, it still feels like a progression as Gaga sings about rising above past bad romances and her hope for the future. So, Gaga has crafted a potent antidote to these quarantine blues.
Mac Miller- ‘Circles’
Before, Mac Miller died of an accidental drug overdose in September 2018, at 26. He put out the two best complete albums of his career. Swimming, a bittersweet portrayal of his attempts to come to terms with depression and heartbreak. And, The Divine Feminine, an ornate jazz-rap record. Circles doesn’t build on Swimming so much as riff off it. Yes, it’s not a fresh chapter that gestures toward Miller’s untold future. But, it’s rather a genuine companion piece. And, a time capsule to be placed alongside Swimming.
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Fiona Apple- ‘Fetch the Bolt Cutters’
Fiona Apple, Fetch the Bolt Cutters will not disappoint you all. It’s released with a little warning nearly a decade after 2012’s The Idler Wheel. The Idler Wheel is the album that sees the now-42-year-old songwriter proving that she’s still more than capable of telling off partners, detractors, and others who have done her wrong. And all while picking apart the inner workings of her frantic mind. But, what sets Bolt Cutters apart from its predecessors is that for the first time. The scales point more towards resilience than agony.
These are the few best albums selections from the 2020 viral music albums. Take out a few minutes from your busy schedule and just tune in to these amazing soothing songs so far.