Any Decent Music? have announced Little Simz's Sometimes I Might Be Introvert as the best album of 2021 after assessing end-of-year lists from various sources.
Little Simz's Sometimes I Might Be Introvert album topped Best Fit's best albums of 2021 list, and after sorting through end-of-year lists from other publications, Any Decent Music? has named Sometimes I Might Be Introvert as the best album of the year with 1065 points.
Any Decent Music? "compiled the rankings" from magazines, newspapers and websites including AV Club, Clash, Consequence of Sound, DIY, Evening Standard, Loud And Quiet, Pitchfork, The Independent and many more, and awarded 50 points to the album named number one, 49 points to the number two record and so on.
With Littlz Simz in first place with 1065 points, Japanese Breakfast's Jubilee came second with 898, while Floating Points, Pharoah Sanders and The London Symphony Orchestra's Promises achieved 830 points, putting it in third place.
Albums by Tyler, the Creator, Dry Cleaning, Low, Self Esteem, Arlo Parks, Olivia Rodrigo and The Weather Station also made the top 10.
The final sources have posted their end-of-year lists and the winner is @LittleSimz - Sometimes I Might Be Introvert— Any Decent Music? (@AnyDecentMusic) December 27, 2021
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