Panic! At The Disco, twenty one pilots included in top five rock artists of 2018
Panic! At The Disco and twenty one pilots were among the top five rock artists for 2018.December 6, 2018
The end of the year is quickly approaching, and to celebrate, Billboard is sharing their top lists of 2018.
Included in this massive list of things, which also has the top tours of 2018, Billboard posted their top 10 rock artists of the year, and Panic! At The Disco and twenty one pilots are among the top five!
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Dominating the top rock chart for this year is Imagine Dragons and Portugal, The Man, both of whom landed the number one and two spots on the list respectively.
Following those bands to wrap up the top five list: Panic! At The Disco, twenty one pilots and Five Finger Death Punch.
Check out the full list of Billboard’s Top 10 rock artists below!
1. Imagine Dragons
2. Portugal, The Man
3. Panic! At The Disco
4. twenty one pilots
5. Five Finger Death Punch
7. Foster The People
9. Bad Wolves
10. The Beatles
Additionally, Billboard also posted their list of the best rock albums of 2018, and unsurprisingly, we saw some familiar faces included in the list.
Of those names, that also appeared on the Top 10 rock artists, were Imagine Dragons, Five Finger Death Punch, Panic! At The Disco (with their 2018 album, Pray For The Wicked) and twenty one pilots (with their 2015 album Blurryface.)
Check out the full list of Billboard’s Top 10 rock albums below!
- Imagine Dragons – Evolve
- Panic! At The Disco – Pray For The Wicked
- Elton John – Diamonds
- Imagine Dragons – Night Vision
- Tom Petty And The Heart Breakers – Greatest Hits
- twenty one pilots – Blurryface
- Five Finger Death Punch – A Decade Of Destruction
- Journey – Journey’s Greatest Hits
- Fleetwood Mac – Rumours
- Creedence Clearwater Revival – Chronicle The Greatest 20 Hits
Do you agree with Billboard on this list of bands? Who do you wish would have been on this list? Let us know by sounding off in the comments below!
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