Lauryn Hill Clinches The No. 1 Position On The Apple Music Top 100 Best Albums Of All Time

Apple Music launched a 10-day countdown on May 13th to showcase their pick of the 100 Best Albums.

Fans and artists will always be split by any kind of rating. Nonetheless, well-known radio personality and hip-hop head, Ebro, made sure to inform the public that each decision had strict specs. He was not permitted to select his favorite albums, nor were any of the other professionals or performers. As an alternative, they concentrated on narrative, ideas that were more fully developed than hits, cultural effect, etc.

The folks at Apple Music undoubtedly had their work cut out for them in light of everything. However, now that everything has settled, one LP is the clear winner. The record that took first place was The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill, as you would have guessed from reading the title. Over some extremely fierce opposition, Lauryn’s one and only solo album took the top spot.

Frank Ocean’s Blonde (#5), Kendrick Lamar’s good kid, m.A.A.d city (Deluxe) (#7), and Beyonce’s Lemonade (#10) all came in just short of the top spot. Michael Jackson’s Thriller (#2), Prince & The Revolution’s Purple Rain (#4), and Stevie Wonder’s Songs in the Key of Life (#6) were among the other noteworthy entries.

While many people will undoubtedly disagree with Lauryn Hill’s selection, this record will stand the test of time. Even after all these years, it continues to have an influence on one of the biggest genres worldwide.

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