Lauryn Hill’s Album Claims Top Spot on Apple Music’s 100 Greatest Albums List

May 23, 2024 – Apple Music unveiled its highly anticipated list of the 100 Greatest Albums of All Time, with the top 10 finally revealed today. The countdown, which started on May 13th, has been eagerly awaited by music lovers around the globe.

Here are the top 10 albums, according to Apple Music’s esteemed panel:

“Lemonade” (2016) by Beyoncé

“Nevermind” (1991) by Nirvana

“Back to Black” (2006) by Amy Winehouse

“good kid, m.A.A.d city” (2012) by Kendrick Lamar

“Songs in the Key of Life” (1976) by Stevie Wonder

“Blonde” (2016) by Frank Ocean

“Purple Rain” (1984) by Prince & The Revolution

“Abbey Road” (1969) by The Beatles

“Thriller” (1982) by Michael Jackson

“The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill” (1998) by Lauryn Hill

This prestigious list was curated by an expert team from Apple Music, along with renowned musicians and industry professionals including Maren Morris, Pharrell Williams, J Balvin, Charli XCX, Mark Hoppus, Honey Dijon, and Nia Archives. The list aims to pay homage to the greatest albums of all time, shaping the musical landscape and influencing generations of music lovers.

Apple emphasized that this list is solely based on the editorial team’s opinion and has no correlation with the playback volume on Apple Music. It serves as a love letter to these iconic albums that have defined the listening experiences of music enthusiasts worldwide.

Lauryn Hill, who topped the list with her debut solo album “The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill,” released in 1998, has achieved critical acclaim and commercial success. The album showcases Hill’s raw talent and emotional depth, making it a timeless masterpiece in the world of music.

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