Posted by , Dec 23, 2014 at 09:54am
To continue our #HOTNEW14 series, we’re counting down the 10 most disappointing projects of the year.

After giving everyone a positive spin with the Hottest Songs of 2014, we're getting brutally honest and critical today with the Most Disappointing Projects of 2014. Following 2013’s parade of ridiculously good albums, it was hard to keep pace and not get left behind from the jump. Unfortunately, that’s exactly what happened with some of the releases of 2014. Sure, there were a couple outstanding albums this year, like YG’s My Krazy Life, but did the bad outweigh the good? In 2014, it hurts to admit there may have been far more forgettable albums than there were unforgettable ones- but we’re not letting these albums slip away from memory just yet. To bury these albums once and for all, we've created a top 10 list of the most disappointing projects of the year. Some of these releases we really did have high hopes for, and others, the disappointment was inevitable from the jump. Enter at your own risk.

Check out the rest of our year-end lists thus far here.

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To continue our #HOTNEW14 series, we’re counting down the 10 most disappointing projects of the year.


After giving everyone a positive spin with the Hottest Songs of 2014, we're getting brutally honest and critical today with the Most Disappointing Projects of 2014. Following 2013’s parade of ridiculously good albums, it was hard to keep pace and not get left behind from the jump. Unfortunately, that’s exactly what happened with some of the releases of 2014. Sure, there were a couple outstanding albums this year, like YG’s My Krazy Life, but did the bad outweigh the good? In 2014, it hurts to admit there may have been far more forgettable albums than there were unforgettable ones- but we’re not letting these albums slip away from memory just yet. To bury these albums once and for all, we've created a top 10 list of the most disappointing projects of the year. Some of these releases we really did have high hopes for, and others, the disappointment was inevitable from the jump. Enter at your own risk.

Check out the rest of our year-end lists thus far here.

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