Ebro Defends Lauryn Hill’s No. 1 Spot On Apple Music’s Top 100 Albums List

The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill is the number one album on Apple Music’s viral list of the 100 greatest albums ever released, and Ebro Darden is delighted about it. He stated that no record had “reached as far” and been as “lyrical” and “conscious” as the legendary 1998 album in a post on X on Wednesday. The top spot on Apple Music’s list doesn’t bother Ebro Darden. He believes that The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill’s impact and timeless quality are undeniable, solidifying its well-deserved place at the top. Ebro Darden’s appreciation for the album’s depth and significance is evident in his enthusiastic response to its ranking. He also hoped that the album’s influence would continue to inspire future generations of artists and listeners alike. Ebro Darden’s admiration for The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill is a testament to its enduring legacy in the music industry.

He wrote:

“You may not think Miseducation of Lauryn Hill should have been #1 … But you have never heard a better lyrical AND conscious HipHop & RnB display that reached as far as this album did. NOTHING.”

He then retweeted a post that read,

“I was 8 years old when that album dropped,”

“I remember very vividly that being the first time music had ever given me an emotional experience. Happy, sad, thoughtful, love. I have no problem with it being # 1.”

Apple Music has been gradually revealing its highly anticipated list of the 100 best albums over the past few days. Scott Plagenhoef, Apple Music’s global head of music programming, provided in-depth insights into the project’s aims and objectives during an exclusive interview with USA TODAY.

He said:

“Unlike other lists we wanted it to reflect albums that really had an impact on the music artists are making today and that these be hand-selected by the most passionate people on Earth.”

The recent release of the top 10 albums has stirred up much debate across various social media platforms. Among them are albums from renowned artists such as Kendrick Lamar, Stevie Wonder, and Michael Jackson. This has led to in-depth discussions and comparisons, with fans passionately expressing their opinions and preferences.

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