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.
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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.
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 BabySource:Getty
My Turn (2.632 million)
2. Pop SmokeSource:Getty
Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the Moon (2.198 million)
3. The WeekndSource:WENN
After Hours (2.032 million)
4. Juice WRLDSource:WENN
Legends Never Die (1.990 million)
5. Post MaloneSource:Getty
Hollywood’s Bleeding (1.895 million)
6. Lil Uzi VertSource:Getty
Eternal Atake (1.860 million)
7. Roddy RicchSource:Getty
Please Excuse Me for Being Antisocial (1.792 million)