Our Favorite Albums of 2022 (So Far) 💿

Updated: Sep 29

Written by: Kylie Connet


Now that we are officially over halfway through 2022, it’s time to go over our favorite albums of the year so far! There has been such a variety of music released so it’s hard to pick our favorites but we narrowed it down to 15 that we love. From live albums to debut albums we’ve got our top picks here for you. ✨


Dawn FM

  • Artist: The Weeknd

  • Released: January 6, 2022

  • Genre: Pop, R&B

  • Singles: "Take My Breath", "Sacrifice", "Out of Time"

  • The Weeknd is currently the #2 most listened to artist on Spotify and has been hugely popular since his album Trilogy in 2012. With each album, he delivers a unique experience and aesthetic in his music videos and lyrics and definitely did not disappoint with Dawn FM.


CRASH (Deluxe)

Harry’s House



ATTENTION: MILEY LIVE



  • Artist: Miley Cyrus

  • Released: April 1, 2022

  • Genre: Pop, Live





five seconds flat

  • Artist: Lizzy McAlpine

  • Released: April 8, 2022

  • Genre: Alternative/Indie, Pop

  • Singles: "erase me", "hate to be lame"

  • Singer-songwriter Lizzy McAlpine’s album released in April 2022 came after the success of her separate singles and collaborations with Grammy-winning artists FINNEAS and Jacob Collier. Five seconds flat was met with an abundance of praise from critics and peers alike. Her melodic tone and heart-wrenching lyrics perfectly tell her story.


Un Verano Sin Ti





Come Home The Kids Miss You


  • Artist: Jack Harlow

  • Released: May 6, 2022

  • Genre: Rap

  • Singles: "Nail Tech", "First Class"

  • Over the past two years, the Kentucky-born rapper has had a huge leap to mainstream success. With many of his songs becoming popular on TikTok and collaborations with artists like Lil Wayne and Lil Nas X, his album was received excitedly by his fanbase.



i used to think i could fly





Twelve Carat Toothache (Deluxe)


  • Artist: Post Malone

  • Released: June 7, 2022

  • Genre: Rap

  • Singles: "One Right Now", "Cooped Up"

  • The Texan rapper’s fourth album was released at the start of summer to become the soundtrack of many fans’ vacations. The album has an undertone of longing mixed with fun and