Hip Hop Takes Top 5 Apple Music’s Biggest Albums of 2020

Apple Music reveals the biggest songs and albums of the year with its annual Apple Music Top 100 charts. Hip Hop Takes Top 5 Apple Music’s Biggest Albums of 2020! Check out the full list below.

Led by the year’s biggest song, Roddy Ricch’s album Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial is the most streamed album of the year.  While “The Box” was the most streamed song, fans were exploring all of the album’s hits, with “High Fashion”, “Start Wit Me” and “Bacc Seat” all appearing on our Top 100 Songs of 2020: Global chart. “The Box” and “High Fashion” also appear on the Top 100 2020: Most-Read Lyrics chart as fans engage with Roddy’s message. 

Lil Baby’s album My Turn was the second most streamed album this year, with six of the albums songs reaching the year-end top 100, led by “Whoa” at #9. Other standout tracks include “Sum 2 Prove”, “We Paid”, “Emotionally Scarred”, “Grace” and “Commercial”, showing the tremendous depth of the album, as well as the engagement of his fans. Lil Baby also placed 5 songs on the Top 100 2020: Most-Read Lyrics chart, including 4 from My Turn, as well as the socially important hit “The Bigger Picture”. 

Pop Smoke’s album Shoot for the Stars Aim for the Moon comes in at #3 on the year-end album chart, placing three songs in the year-end top 100, led by “For the Night” at #29. “Dior” and “Mood Swings” also reached the year-end song chart.  Both “Mood Swings” and “For the Night” reached the Top 100 2020: Most-Read Lyrics chart as well. 

Rounding out the top 5 albums are Lil Uzi Vert, who’s album Eternal Atake – LUV vs. the World 2, comes in at #4, and Summer Walker, with her album Over It, led by top 100 songs “Playing Games” and “I’ll Kill You”, landing at #5. 

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