Music Stats For April 2020

Previously March was by far my best month in terms of music, I had listened to well over a 1,000 songs. April was not quite as good, but it was pretty close. Both months have been more than my January and February stats. It’s no surprise why that is, I have more time to listen to music since we are all struck at home.

Top Artists

1. Dua Lipa (85 plays)

2. Taylor Swift (50 plays)

3. Lana Del Rey (44 plays)

4. Banks (38 plays)

5. Carly Rae Jepsen (34 plays)

Top Songs

1. Levitating (17 plays)

2. Break My Heart (13 plays)

3. Physical (10 plays)

4. Hallucinate (9 plays)

5. Love Again (9 plays)

Top Albums

1. Future Nostalgia (77 plays)

2. III – Banks (21 plays)

3. Dedicated – Carly Rae Jepsen (19 plays)

4. 1989 (Deluxe) – Taylor Swift (18 plays)

5. You Are Someone Else – Fickle Friends (16 plays)

Things Not Mentioned

I started listening to Jenny Lewis last year and this month I finally decided to go back and listen to her old band Rilo Kiley and I’m in love. I have only scratch the surface of their surface of their discography, but these are my two favorite songs by them that I have listened to so far.

I discovered a song called Hollywood Fades by Sabrina Carpenter that I couldn’t get out of my head for a few weeks. It’s different from what she has done in past, but I think this suits her much better than anything she’s done before.

Though everyone was listening to Fetch The Bolt Cutters, I was revisiting Tidal by Fiona Apple and I think it holds up incredibly well. It’s a near perfect album in my opinion. I’m glad I decided to re-listen to it before starting to listen to Fiona newest album.

Lastly, I have not stop listening to Lana Del Rey’s cover of Donovan’s Season of the Witch. Lana herself sounds like a witch and I mean that in the nicest way possible.

Did you discover any new (at least new to you) music this month? If so, share in the comments down below.

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