2019 Underrated Albums That You Should Stop Sleeping On

2019 Underrated Albums That You Should Stop Sleeping On

2019 was a good year for music. Opening with Ariana Grande’s surprise album Thank U, Next, Billie Elish’s hit debut album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? and with Taylor Swift’s Lover wrapping the year, 2019 was full of whole ass bops and life anthems. However, aside from these chart topping hits we all know too well and love, there are many albums this year that weren’t given too much attention on the mainstream media but still definitely deserve your attention.

Related: 7 Underrated Albums We Should All Be Listening To 

Take a break with those playlists full of chart-topping tracks and start listening to these 2019 albums that are just as good and worth the listen.

Cuz I Love You by Lizzo


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“Black women have always defined pop, We just were never really given the platform or the credit.” – @billboard link in bio

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While Truth Hurts is one of the biggest single of the year, the rest of Lizzo’s third studio album remain underrated. With its shiny pop and soulful songs, Cuz I Love You is Lizzo’s best album of her career thus far.

When I Get Home by Solange

Solange’s fourth album is a tribute to her roots and home, Houston. Filled with nostalgia and heartfelt statements, the record is a testament that Solange is an R&B frontrunner.

Father of the Bride by Vampire Weekend


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The music of American indie rock band Vampire Weekend undergoes a reboot with their fourth studio album about rebirth and satisfaction.

Heard It In A Past Life by Maggie Rogers


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Maggie Rogers’ debut album Heard It In A Past Life is full of honest and vulnerable tracks about falling in and out of love.

GINGER by Brockhampton 


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The fifth studio album of hiphop collective Brockhmapton is unlike their past works. Brockhampton comes back after a hiatus with a compelling record full of captivating tracks about fulfilment.

What’s your favorite album of the year? Tell us more about it in the comments below!

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