2020 by the trends: A look back at the year’s saving grace

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1. January: Adorable Home Fever

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2. February: Justin Bieber changes the trend with his fifth studio album “Changes”

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3. March: Animal Crossing: New Horizons crosses to mainstream pop culture

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4. April: Dalgona Coffee breezes through the list

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5. May: Rose and Big Ed begin their 90-day adventure

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6. June: BLACKPINK breaks records in a blink with comeback single “How You Like That”

Screengrab from BLACKPINK’s “How You Like That” official music video

7. July: Taylor Swift shocks folks with a surprise quarantine album “folklore”

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8. August: BTS explodes with the record-breaking release of all-English single “Dynamite”

Screengrab from BTS’s “Dynamite” official music video

9. September: Apple celebrates iOS month

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10. October: Among Us suspiciously slides into the list

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11. November: Joe Biden secures the bag

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12. December: Attack on Titan: The Final Season shifts the mood

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What we should expect in 2021



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