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Saba (left), Lizzo (center) and Rosalía have released some of our favorite songs of the year so far. Collage by Estefanía Mitre / NPR/Photos courtesy of the artists hide caption

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Collage by Estefanía Mitre / NPR/Photos courtesy of the artists

Lizzo, pictured here on May 17 in New York City, has rerecorded a lyric in her new song after criticism that it had what many consider an ableist slur. Noam Galai/Getty Images for YouTube hide caption

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Alabama Shakes (by Autumn de Wilde), Lizzo (by John Vettese/WXPN), Courtney Barnett (by Milk! Records), Ray Lamontagne (by WXPN) Autumn de Wilde hide caption

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Autumn de Wilde

"How Many More Times?"

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Four of the most-nominated artists at the 62nd annual Grammy Awards — (from left to right) Billie Eilish, Lizzo, Lil Nas X, and Finneas O'Connell — pose in the audience during the broadcast. Emma McIntyre/Getty Images for The Recording Academy hide caption

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Billie Eilish, who swept the four major categories at the 2020 Grammy Awards, accepts her trophy for Song of the Year, for "Bad Guy." Robyn Beck/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Clockwise from upper left: Lana Del Rey, Lizzo, Carly Rae Jepsen, FKA Twigs, The National, Brittany Howard Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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Poll Results: NPR Listeners Pick The Top Albums Of 2019

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