[YEAR-END] Top 50 Albums Of 2014 (50-41)

50. Paloma Faith – A Perfect Contradiction
no50She may be an underground British treasure, but Paloma’s vocals are raw and emotional.


49. Neon Trees – Pop Psychology
no49The indie band from Utah deliver sweet rock/pop gems on their critically-acclaimed third album.


48. The-Dream – Royalty (The Prequel)
no48We didn’t get an official album from The-Dream this year, but this EP of pringles (preview singles) was a promising start.


47. Ab-Soul – These Days
no47Compton’s finest brought a strong rap set to TDE early this year, leading to his biggest selling album to date.


46. Tove Lo – Queen Of The Clouds
no46More singles by year’s end would’ve given the Swedish pop star a higher rating, but instead she’d rather “stay high” for now.


45. Gorgon City – Sirens
no45While not as effortless as Disclosure’s ‘Settle’, Gorgon City’s ‘Sirens’ managed to revive Jennifer Hudson’s career on standout “Go All Night” while Katy B holds her own on “Lover Like You”.


44. You+Me – Rose Ave.
no44Pink’s trial project with Canadian singer Dallas Green is quite impressive and shows the stripped-down ‘Missundaztood’ singer I’ve grown to love.


43. Cher Lloyd – Sorry I’m Late
no43After pairing with Dr. Luke, Cher’s stateside success has increased her visibility as a well-versed pop star.


42. SoMo – SoMo
no42Discovered and signed directly from YouTube, SoMo’s debut is commendable and has been making waves on the R&B/urban digital charts.


41. Neon Hitch – 301 To Paradise
no41Neon’s second EP/mixtape continues her string of effortless gypsy pop that I just couldn’t get enough of.

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