While I had placed a lot of hope on the continuation of Khalid's career after his first album, Free Spirit is generally a disappointment. Obviously his young age and his giant commercial popularity can be a brake on deep work, but I expected him to take a more developed artistic direction because I am sure he has the means. On most of the album, you will teleport to remote, desert regions, with splendid panoramas, synonymous with freedom for the POP side. On the other hand, you will relive more Soul-funk moments reminiscent of the 70s. However, it seems that the concept of the album is more like a compilation of similar music than a thorough work. Khalid is so strong without making an effort that most of his fans will be satisfied, yet he doesn't have any songs as strong as Location, then the evolution since his first album is pretty small. For the rest, amateurs or connoisseurs will find this second album very creatively weak, even lazy. But right now I'm not really worried.