Top Ranking Albums of December 2016

Thievery CorporationLet the Chalice Blaze [ESL Music 2016]

LucianoWarning [Papa Michigan 2016]

Cocoa TeaIt’s Alright Girl [King Jap Records 2016]

Berner & B-RealProhibition, Pt. 3 [Bern One Entertainment 2016]

New Kingstoni [New Kingston 2016]

ChezidekJah Will Keep Us Strong [La Familia West 2016]

Tarrus RileyWho Am I To You [Fox Fuse 2016]

Thievery CorporationLetter to the Editor [ESL Music 2016]

Bob Marley & The WailersThe Legend Live – Santa Barbara County Bowl: November 25th, 1979 [Trojan Records 2016]

Rhiannon GiddensFreedom Highway [Nonesuch Records 2106]

Top Ranking Albums of December 2016

Top Ranking Albums of November 2016

UB40Unplugged [HIP-O 2016]

Neil YoungPeace Trail [Repirse 2016]

Various ArtistsStrictly the Best, Volume 54 and 55 [VP Records 2016]

The Rolling StonesBlue and Lonesome [Interscope 2016]

J BoogWash House Ting [Washhouse Music 2016]

Alejandro EscovedoBurn Something Beautiful [Fantasy Records 2016]

Top Ranking Albums of November 2016

Top Ranking Albums of 2016

Stephen MarleyRevelation Part. II–“The Fruit of Life” [Ghetto Youth International]

Paul SimonStranger to Stranger [Concord Records]

A Tribe Called QuestWe Got It From Here…Thank You 4 Your Service [Epic Records]

Unified HighwayUnified Highway [MRI]

Sturgill SimpsonA Sailor’s Guide to Earth [Atlantic Records]

Graham Wilkinson#Because of You [Little Windmill Records]

RebelutionFalling Into Place [Easy Star]

BeyonceLemonade [Columbia]

SolangeA Seat at the Table [Columbia]

AlborosieFreedom & Fyah [VP Records]

Mykal RoseSidewalk Steppa [Foreign Key Reords]

AssassinTheory of Reggaetivity [Sound Age Ent]

Raging FyahEverlasting [VP Records]

Leonard CohenYou Want It Darker [Columbia]

Willie NelsonSummertime–Willie Sings Gershwin [Legacy]

UB40Unplugged [HIP-O]

Various ArtistsDay of the Dead [4AD]

Anderson .PaakMalibu [Steel Wool]




Top Ranking Albums of 2016

Rodney King

The selector put together this mix of tracks in remembrance of the 1992 riots in Los Angeles sparked by the brutal police beating of Rodney King. With Trump’s America on the horizon these songs might be part of the sound of the future revolution.

Rodney King