This is the third in a set of three end-of-year 2020 music stats posts. I already published my top songs and my top artists. I keep track of every track and podcast episode I listen to on all digital platforms, including Itunes, Spotify, and YouTube by way of Last.fm scrobbling. This is a list of the artists and podcasts I listened to the most.

*A Spotify Playlist featuring my top albums is located at the end of this post.*

Jessica DeWitt's most-listened-to albums of 2020.

#1: The Family Jewels – MARINA

(44 Listens)

The Family Jewels - Marina album cover

Top Song: “I Am Not a Robot”


#2: Fear – Begonia

(42 Listens)

Fear - Begonia Album Cover

Top Song #1: “The Light”

Top Song #2: “Fear”


#3: Melodrama – Lorde

(38 Listens)

Melodrama - Lorde Album Cover

Top Song: “Perfect Places”

#4: Christmas with Roger Whittaker – Roger Whittaker

(36 Listens)

Christmas with Roger Whittaker - Roger Whittaker Album Cover

Top Song #1: “Hallelujah, It’s Christmas”

Top Song #2: “Mighty Like a Rose”

Top Song #3: “Christmas Song”

Top Song #4: “Country Christmas”

Top Song #5: “Darcy the Dragon”

Top Song #6: “The Governor’s Dream”

Top Song #7: “Momma Mary”

Top Song #8: “Guten Abend, gute Nacht

Top Song #9: “Home for Christmas”

Top Song #10: “A Time for Peace”

Top Song #11: “Christmas is Here Again”

Top Song #12: “Tiny Angels”


#5: The Neon Skyline – Andy Shauf

(35 Listens)

The Neon Skyline - Andy Shauf Album Cover

Top Song: “The Moon”


#6: Halcyon – Ellie Goulding

(34 Listens)

Halcyon - Ellie Goulding Album Cover

Top Song: “Anything Could Happen”


#7: BEYONCE [Platinum] – Beyoncé

(33 Listens)

Beyonce - Platinum Edition Album Cover

Top Song #1: “7/11”

Top Song #2: “Partition”


#8: folklore – Taylor Swift

(33 Listens)

folklore - Taylor Swift Album Cover

Top Song: “august” – Taylor Swift


#9: Sawayama – Rina Sawayama

(31 Listens)

Sawayama - Rina Sawayama Album Cover

Top Song: “Dynasty”


#10: Bright Lights – Ellie Goulding

(29 Listens)

Bright Lights - Ellie Goulding Album Cover

Top Song: “Lights”


Published by Jessica M. DeWitt

Dr. Jessica M. DeWitt is an environmental historian of Canada and the United States. She is passionate about the use of digital technologies to bridge the gap between the public and researchers. In addition to her community and professional work, she offers various editing and social media consultancy services.

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