1 – Evermore – Taylor Swift – A-
2 – Sour – Olivia Rodrigo – A
3 – The Off-Season – J Cole -B-
4 – Dangerous: The Double Album – Morgan Wallen – B
5 – A Gangsta’s Pain – Moneybagg Yo – B-
6 – Future Nostalgia – Dua Lipa – B+
7 – Goodbye & Good Riddance – Juice WRLD – A
8 – Exodus – DMX – B
9 – After Hours – The Weeknd – A-
10 – What You See Is What You Get – Luke Combs – A-
Comment: I’ll let Billboard explain what Taylor is doing back at #1 “a number of factors including modern-era record-breaking vinyl LP sales (102,000), Swift-signed CDs and deep discounting on its digital album…” In other words, Taylor has learnt how to game the charts through releases, re-releases, deluxe, extended, signed CDs, and more. She also had Joe Jackson, I mean Olivia Rodrigo, back on her heels. Personally, I prefer Sour to Evermore but not folklore.
Wanna get fucked up the ass? Get famous.
a form of personal jesus
something he learned from his legendary uncle
how little this list has in common with the prior ones
a disquieted sadness permeates
Someday they will match TM and AEG as one of the big three
The 2021 “Legends Of Vinyl’s “Gala Awards Night” New York DJs and Artists Hall Of Fame, Tuesday, September 14th, Reviewed
we will pass, disco will live on with lov
¿No preferirías tener el modelo de este año?
play around with the different stems
Live Review: SohoJohnny Presents The Let Me Help, Inc 9/11 Fashion and Music Celebrity Benefit Gala Concert @Rumi Event Space 9/11/21
The star studded, Red Carpet Let Me Help, Inc benefit was a celebration of New York City fashion week, as well as a tribute to the 20th anniversary of 9/11.