Top Pop Albums That Everyone Should Listen To


People all over the world love pop music. They can listen to the best songs over and over again and these can be played for years on the radio and television. As the name indicates, pop music refers to music that products the most popular and hit songs. These songs tend to have memorable lyrics, catchy melodies and energetic rhythms, which makes them great for dancing. If you are new to the scene of pop music, outlined below are the top albums you should listen to:

-    Jagged Little Pill by Alanis Morissette, 1995

This album helped Alanis Morissette become the youngest female artist to win album of the year. Jagged Little Pill boasts a sizzling pop chemistry between producer, artist and studio team. Morissette’s perspective is highlighted in the album and it is quite impulsive yet deeply personal. She has a fresh, fickle and fascinating personality is reflected in the song. She was only 21 when the album was released and it sold 20 million copies all over the world. It is a must-have for any pop music enthusiast. 

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-    Spice by Spice Girls, 1996

The Spice Girls pioneered the super girl group and while their album Spice may not have been original, it was undoubtedly ultra-creative and also quite entertaining. The album features radio-worthy lyrics in karaoke-style, great dance-pop and hook after hook. The slow ballad like ‘2 Become 1’ and tracks like ‘Say You’ll Be There’ helped The Spice Girls pack a charismatic and incredible pop punch.

-    Lemonade by Beyonce, 2016

Even though it is a recent release, this album will go down in history as one of the most compelling ones of its kind. Beyonce kept the making of this album under wraps. She is known for keeping her creative process secret, but still managed to work with more than one hundred collaborators, such as Jack White, Father John Misty and Diplo. The album focuses on infidelity, her marriage with Jay Z, feminism, unconditional self-love and family.

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-    Like a Prayer by Madonna, 1989

Madonna has become infamous for constantly reinventing her persona. Like a Prayer marked her transition to a deep insight into familial bonds from her ‘Material Girl’ and ‘Like a Virgin’ fantasies. She dedicated the album to her mother who passed away when she was just five. Prince helped write and co-produce the album and composer Patrick Leonard and producer Stephen Bray also played an important role.

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