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The best albums of 2022

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Beyonce's dance-music ecstasy, Bad Bunny's latest world-conquering smash, Taylor Swift's late nights, Harry Styles' song cycle, and Pusha T's master class in metaphor were only some of the albums that ruled our world this year. Wet Leg came out of seemingly nowhere to make one of the year's funniest and straight-up best rock albums; Steve Lacy achieved a pop breakthrough even he wasn't expecting.
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