Best of Boogie: The Year in Music [2019]

Posted on: December 27th, 2019 at 5:09 am by

Tyler the Creator at GovBall 2019

Lots of new music hit the airwaves in 2019. Here at Boogie, these are the albums we wore out all year long. What did we miss? Leave ’em in the comments.

Holly’s Picks

1. Pup – Morbid Stuff
2. The Whiffs – Another Whiff
3. Lana Del Rey – Norman Fucking Rockwell
4. Fontaines D.C. – Dogrel
5. Various Artists – Tiny Changes: A Celebration of Frightened Rabbit’s ‘The Midnight Organ Fight’
6. Sharon Van Etten – Remind Me Tomorrow
7. Tyler, The Creator – Igor
8. The Regrettes – How Do You Love?
9. Hatchie – Keepsake
10. Cigarettes After Sex – Cry

Honorable Mention
pronoun – i’ll show you stronger

Elie’s Picks

1. The Whiffs – Another Whiff
2. Vampire Weekend – Father of the Bride
3. Lizzo – Cuz I Love You
4. Tyler the Creator – Igor
5. Black Pumas – Black Pumas
6. Michael Kiwanuka – KIWANUKA
7. Brittany Howard – Jaime
8. Haelos – Any Random Kindness
9. Automatic – Signal
10. Cave Singers – 5 Song EP

Allison’s Picks

1. Maren Morris – Girl. “The Bones” and “My Church” are still on repeat.
2. Buju Banton – Country for Sale. The dance hall reggae and old school reggae PIONEER is home from prison and I cried.
3. Dua Lipa. All songs everything all all all!!!
4. All the Nicki Minaj collabs and everything else was TRASH.

Honorable Mention
Ariana Grande. That girl can sing her ass off.

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