Twenty-five years ago we saw a whole host of timeless classics released from a vast array of genres; whether they be groundbreaking debuts or era-defining soundscapes. From Britpop to Hip-Hop, Grunge-Rock to Synth-Pop, these are the best albums from the year 1993.
2005 was a year full of exciting releases, promising debuts and high profile names; but who brought out the cream of the crop for that year? Continuing our Throwback Thursday with the top 10 albums of 2005, have a look at what tops our list.
Kendrick Lamar has caused shockwaves in the music industry throughout his career, whether that be with his groundbreaking studio albums or his guest appearances on other artists’ work. These are his ten best verses as a feature on other work, some of which are regarded as some of the best verses of the century.
Young Thug is one of hip-hop’s most polarising figures, displaying musical and fashion choices that are out of the ordinary to say the very least. His abstract style has gained him millions of fans during his tenure in the music business, but what are his best songs? Well despite not having a studio album out yet, Young Thug has almost 10 mixtapes in his discography so there’s plenty to choose from, but without further ado; these are Young Thug’s top 10 songs according to Viberant.
In the past few years, Wolf Alice have gotten better and better. After making their mark with 2015’s My Love Is Cool, the Camden four piece have become festival favourites with an enormous live sound. But could they produce an equally poignant second album? Of course they could. Visions of a Life not only surpassed expectations, it certified Wolf Alice as one of the best bands in the world. Continue reading “Top 10 Wolf Alice Songs”