Boogie’s “Everythings For Sale” named ‘One of the Best Debut Albums of 2019’ by Critics

Remy Gelenidze

Metascore reveal the list of the 15 best-reviewed debut albums of 2019. Note that albums must have at least 7 reviews – and be a full LP, rather than an EP – to be eligible for inclusion. Albums are ranked based on reviews from critics and Metacritic’s score. All the scores range from minimum 0 to maximum 100. Our boy Boogie made it into the Top 15. Check out the list below:

Highest Rated Debut Albums of 2019 by Critics:

#15 – “Good at Falling” by The Japanese House – 82

#14 – “Nothing Great About Britain” by slowthai – 82

#13 – “When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?” by Billie Eilish – 82

#12 – “When I Have Fears” by The Murder Capital

#11 – “Everythings For Sale” by Boogie – 82

#10 – “Clarity” by Kim Petras – 83

#9 – “Significant Changes” by Jayda G – 83

#8 – “The Return” by Sampa the Great – 83

#7 – “Athena” by Sudan Archives – 83

#6 – “Miss Universe” by Nilüfer Yanya – 85

#5 – “Walk Through Fire” by Yola – 85

#4 – “Dogrel” by Fontaines DC – 86

#3 – “Purple Mountains” by Purple Mountains – 87

#2 – “Jaime” by Brittany Howard – 88

#1 – “Psychodrama” by Dave – 90

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