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US Top 10 Albums Dated September 12th, 2020

 

1 – folklore – Taylor Swift – A

2 – Shoot For The Stars Aim For The Moon – Pop Smoke – A-

3 – Legends Never Die – Juice WRLD – B+

4 – S&M2 – Metallica – C

5 – Smile – Katy Perry – B+

6 – Hamilton: An American Musical – Original Broadway Cast Recording – B

7 – My Turn – Lil Baby – A-

8  – Pray 4 Love – Rod Wave – B

9 – Blame It On Da Baby – DaBaby – B+

10 – B4 the Storm – Internet Money – B

Comment: This makes Taylor Swift’s sixth week at # 1, best of the year, and when compared to her nemesis Kanye West and her former enemy Katy Perry, I guess Tay Tay won the battle where it matters, in her bank account… Katy must be freaked by her showing as Taylor matches Whitney Houston for most #1s of the year. Internet Money is a hip hop producers collective so it is all about the features, listening to it again for the first time in two weeks, actually a lot of wonderful sound. t has a wonderful sound

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