These are our favourite albums of 2018. We've had them on repeat this year, and we wanted to share the musical joy with you too.

Kojaque - ‘Deli Daydreams’

Without a doubt, the Irish rapper's debut album was one of our favourites.

 

'Black Panther' Soundtrack

To go along with the Oscar-nominated film.

 

The 1975 - ’A Brief Enquiry Into Online Relationships’

Matty Healy can do no wrong.

 

The Carters - 'Everything Is Love'

To tide us over until Beyonce's next album, of course.

 

Foxing - ’Nearer My God’

And indie rock band to check out, if you haven't already.

 

MGMT - 'Little Dark Age'

The follow-up to 2010's 'Congratulations' brought back the MGMT we know and love.

 

Ariana Grande - ‘Sweetener’

Grande was everywhere this year, and deservedly so.

 

Kids See Ghosts - 'Kids See Ghosts'

Kid Cudi and Kanye West's collaboration was a match made in heaven.

 

Courtney Barnett - 'Tell Me How You Really Feel'

This is the Australian singer's second album in three years.

 

Earl Sweatshirt - 'Some Rap Songs'

The LA rapper and producer returned in November with his third studio album.

 

'A Star Is Born' Soundtrack

If we hadn't put it on our list, we'd have been telling absolute lies.

 

Troye Sivan - 'Bloom'

'My My My!' is still one of the best tracks from this year.

 

Pusha T - 'Daytona'

Pusha T recently said "No one rapped better than me in 2018."

 

The Wombats - 'Beautiful People Will Ruin Your Life'

The indie band's fifth album sees The Wombats make a toe-tapping return.

 

Rita Ora - 'Phoenix'

'Phoenix' was one of the most anticipated albums of 2018.

 

The Black Eyed Peas - 'Masters Of The Sun Vol. 1'

They dropped Fergie and came back with a welcome return to their old sound.

 

Young Fathers - 'Cocoa Sugar'

The Scottish band's third album is incredible, so we have it on loop.

 

Panic! At The Disco - 'Pray For The Wicked'

'High Hopes' has been one of the most played songs this year, and it's still a banger.

 

Anderson .Paak - 'Oxnard'

'Oxnard' was the hip-hop artists' highest charting album to date.

 

Janelle Monáe - 'Dirty Computer'

'Dirty Computer' has been regarded as one of 2018's best albums, and we loved it too.

Well, those are our 20 choices for this year - what albums did you like? Be sure to let us know your favourite albums of 2018 in the comments.