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Once again, it looks like Hip-Hop has dominated the streams and charts, as the 2020 totals are finally in. On January 7, Neilsen Music/MRC Data revealed Lil Baby’s My Turn was 2020’s most popular album throughout all genres in the United States.


Baby’s sophomore album was the most-streamed effort of the year with the collection of tracks, banking 3.93 billion streams during 2020. My Turn earned 2.63 million total album-equivalent units for the project to take the top spot over Taylor Swift’s Folklore at No. 2 (2.204 million).

Rap was well represented across the Top 10, with 7 of the artists falling in the Hip-Hop genre. According to Billboard, Hip-Hop/R&B was responsible for over 30 percent of all on-demand song streams in 2020, which is the largest of any genre in music.

Related: Money, Social Media Drama, & The Trap Mentality Hasn’t Stopped Lil Baby’s Path To Stardom [Exclusive Interview]

Taylor Swift, Harry Styles, and Luke Combs also made the cut. Check out the rest of the hip-hop artists that round out the top 10 below!

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1. Lil Baby

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My Turn (2.632 million)

2. Pop Smoke

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Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the Moon (2.198 million)

3. The Weeknd

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After Hours (2.032 million)

4. Juice WRLD

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Legends Never Die (1.990 million)

5. Post Malone

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Hollywood’s Bleeding (1.895 million)

6. Lil Uzi Vert

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Eternal Atake (1.860 million)

7. Roddy Ricch

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Please Excuse Me for Being Antisocial (1.792 million)