Afrobeats Leads Audiomack’s 50 Best Albums Of 2022 With Asake, Fireboy, Wizkid, Burna Boy (See Full List)

Afrobeats Leads Audiomack’s 50 Best Albums Of 2022 With Asake, Fireboy, Wizkid, Burna Boy (See Full List)

Audiomack, a global music streaming service that includes artists from all around the world, has released its list of the 50 finest albums of 2022.

Heavyweight musicians Wizkid, Beyonce, Daddy Yankee, The Weeknd, and other notable musicians’ albums were in the collection, which was dominated by Afrobeats artistes from Nigeria.

The “50 Best Albums of 2022” list by Audiomack further reinforces the fact that Afrobeats is one of the significant musical genres now sweeping the world of music.

Along with Wizkid’s “More Love, Less Ego” body of work, the self-described “African Giant,” Burna Boy, made the list with “Love, Damini,” and the acclaimed albums by YBNL Nation superstars Fireboy DML and Asake — “Playboy” and “Mr Money With the Vibe”—were some of the best albums.

Seyi Vibez’s “Billion Dollar Baby,” T.I. Blaze’s “The Fresh Prince of Lagos,” T Dollar’s “Born 2 Shine (EP),” and the skilled FAVE’s debut EP “Riddim 5” were also some of the other Nigerian Afrobeats artistes on the list.

View the complete ranking of the top 50 albums of 2022 below.

Ambré — 3000°


Ari Lennox — age/sex/location

Asake — Mr. Money With The Vibe

Babyface Ray — FACE

Bad Bunny — Un Verano Sin Ti

Baky — Rap ap rete Rap


Black Sherif — The Villain I Never Was

Brent Faiyaz — WASTELAND

Burna Boy — Love, Damini

CEO Trayle — HH5

Costa Titch — Mr Big Flexa

Daddy Yankee — LEGENDADDY

Destroy Lonely — NO STYLIST

Diamond Platnumz — First Of All

Eslabon Armado — NOSTALGIA

FAVE — Riddim 5


Fireboy DML — Playboy

Flume — Palaces


Jahmiel — Legend

Jay Wheeler — Emociones

Koffee — Gifted

Latto — 777

Lil Baby — It’s Only Me

Lil Silva — Yesterday Is Heavy

Luis R Conriquez, Tony Aguirre — Corridones Belicones Duetos

Mura Masa — demon time

Natanael Cano — NataKong

Omar Apollo — Ivory

Phabo — Before I Let Her Go EP

Prem Dhillon — No Lookin’ Back

Prince Swanny — Swanology

Ravyn Lenae — HYPNOS

Seyi Vibez — Billion Dollar Baby

Sleazyworld Go — Where The Shooters Be

Skeng — Beast of the Era

Steve Lacy — Gemini Rights

Sudan Archives — Natural Brown Prom Queen

The 1975 — Being Funny in a Foreign Language

The Weeknd — Dawn FM

TiaCorine — I Can’t Wait

T.I Blaze — The Fresh Prince of Lagos

T Dollar — Born 2 Shine

Wizkid — More Love, Less Ego

Yeat — 2 Alivë (Geëk Pack)

Yung Kayo — DFTK

According to Audiomack, they made the picks based on the preferences of the platform’s curation and content teams, and the artistes on the list are in alphabetical order.

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