Only one rating so far? Ouch. It is shame that this album might come and go without anyone
really noticing. It is one of the better pop albums of the last few years. Her voice may
instantly bring me back to the late 90s, but this doesn't sound dated to that time. The
collaboration with Kendrick Lamar is surreal and really good and there are some great tracks
on here ("End of Night", "Love to Blame" and "Go Dreaming") that are fairly energetic and
varied in their instrumentation. The lead single, "No Freedom" may not have been the best
This is still good, but a disappointment too. She has a good voice for this kind of mellow electronic pop, but she has lost the excitement factor. Her first album was a cool mix of actual electro elements combined with a slick, mellow pop direction. This is just slick, mellow, pop.