Oh what a year it has been for music! Honestly, there were so many high profile releases (and surprises) out this year that we really didn’t need everything that dropped. People don’t have the same attention span like they did in the past were we would take the time to listen and enjoy new music. With all that said, let’s see what made the cut for the annual Heroin Tracks top albums of 2015 list.

This list is decided by the number of rotations that I’ve listened to on these albums. Unlike all the lists that are out, some of those people didn’t even take the time to let an album soak in, they just listed it for the sake of having it. The only album that I was most disappointed with was Travis Scott’s Rodeo so it didn’t make my list. Here is a list of albums that I’ve had playing all year long in no particular order:

Heroin Tracks – Top Albums of 2015
Kendrick Lamar:  To Pimp a Butterfly
Disclosure:  Caracal
The Internet:  Ego Death
Drake:  If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late
Bryson Tiller:  Trapsoul
Dr. Dre:  Compton
Puff Daddy & The Family:  MMM
Ty Dolla $ign:  Free TC
Meek Mill:  Dreams Worth More Than Money
The Weeknd:  Beauty Behind The Madness
Tyler, The Creator:  Cherry Bomb
Lupe Fiasco:  Tetsuo & Youth
Justin Bieber:  Purpose
Rich Ross:  Black Market
Pusha T:  King Push – Darkest Before Dawn: The Prelude

Let me know what albums you had on rotation this year.