Saturday, December 28, 2013

Charlotteans' Top 10 albums of 2014 Part 4

This year I asked notable Charlotte music fans, musicians, promoters, and other folks that work in arts and entertainment to submit their own Top 10 albums of the year. Each day this week I'll post a handful of these. 

Anthony Hamilton, Grammy winning R&B singer
The recent Grammy nominee included fellow nom Fantasia's single "Lose to Win" on his best list.
Drake "Nothing Was The Same"
Bruno Mars "Unorthodox Jukebox"
Rihanna "Unapologetic"
Fantasia "Lose To Win"
Jay Z "Magna Carta Holy Grail"
Justin Timberlake "The 20/20 Experience"
Big Sean "Hall Of Fame"
TGT "Three Kings"
John Legend "Love In The Future"
"The Best Man Holiday" Soundtrack

Cameron Lee, CLTure, BrewzFest, and marketing for Plaza-Midwood Community Radio and "Shutter 16"
Rhye "Woman"
Phoenix "Bankrupt!"
Vampire Weekend "Modern Vampires of the City"
Killer Mike + El-P "Run the Jewels"
Chvrches "The Bones Of What You Believe"
Danny Brown "Old"
Avett Brothers "Magpie and Dandelion"
The Range "Non Fiction"
Foxygen "We Are The 21st Century Ambassadors of Peace and Magic" 
Mikal Cronin "MCII"

Reeve Coobs, singer-songwriter
Coobs' 2014 debut, "What Love Is All About," appears on one of our other participant's Top 10 list later this week. 
Lucius "Wildewoman"
Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors "Good Light"
The Civil Wars "The Civil Wars"
Shovels & Rope "O' Be Joyful"
Charlie King "I Am Here"
Bhi Bhiman "Substitue Preacher"
The Lone Below "The Lone Below"
Devon Sproule & Mike O'Neill "Colours"
Patty Griffin "Silver Bell"
Steafán Hanvey "Nuclear Family"