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Sep 22

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The beauty of pop music? It has a way of finding you when you need it most. Here are @Mary Siroky's favorite pop albums of the last 15 years: cos.lv/2elP50KQigf #Consequence15

Lady Gaga – Born This Way (2011) In so many ways, Lady Gaga is always just ahead of the curve, and her steadfast commitment to inclusivity and outspoken adoration for the LGBTQ+ community is just one of the ways Born This Way proves that. cos.lv/2elP50KQigf #Consequence15

Carly Rae Jepsen – E•MO•TION (2015) From the opening saxophone riff to the closer of “Favourite Color,” Carly Rae Jepsen’s third studio album deserves every bit of “cult classic” status it’s earned since its 2015 release. cos.lv/2elP50KQigf #Consequence15

BTS – BE (2020) The messages woven into “Telepathy” and “Blue & Grey” are so thoughtfully constructed, and the way “Stay” falls into “Dynamite,” the forever queen of 2020, is irreplaceable. cos.lv/2elP50KQigf #Consequence15 #BTS

Maggie Rogers – Heard It in a Past Life (2019) Heard It in a Past Life moves with the listener through whatever season of uncertainty they may be in like a patient, trustworthy friend. cos.lv/2elP50KQigf #Consequence15

Taylor Swift – reputation (2017) reputation has some of Swift’s best work as a writer, and many songs on the album, believe it or not, could have just as easily fit into folklore and evermore with different production. cos.lv/2elP50KQigf #Consequence15

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