Village Voice Pazz & Jop 2010 Results

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Self-admitted douchebag Kanye West and expletive-uttering crooner Cee Lo Green nab the top spots in 2010's Village Voice Pazz & Jop poll.

What is Pazz & Jop, you say? It's just the biggest survey of the year in music by our sister paper in NYC. Over 1,500 critics were asked to submit their favorite albums and singles of the year, all to be painstakingly collected and counted.

You can check out how each critic rank their favorite albums. Locally, you can check out my ballot here, as well as how Sweat Records' Lauren Reskin voted.

For the overall results, you can check out the top albums here and the top singles here.

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