I love you
By Taz #58
Sounds like a unintelligent six-year-old singing
Sorry. :(. Maybe next album will work out.
True to himself
By John Loucks
The album does not have top-40 hits on it; however, this is not the goal of the album. Posner wants fans to listen from beginning to end. The album should take you on a journey instead of providing three minutes of mindless pleasure that you may receive from typical pop songs. He even starts off the album by saying you should not listen to it if you are not willing to pay full attention to it for 52 minutes. I would encourage others to listen to the whole album through and through before criticizing.
If you’ve followed Mike Posner for the past few years, you should not be surprised by this album. He’s being true to himself and not the “brand” others think he should be. This is discussed in a number of his pieces of work and in interviews.
Everyone panning this album may be missing the intent. Sometimes the truth hurts and is tough to swallow. You really do need to listen to it all the way through as the first track asks. I definitely related and it’s a breath of fresh air to hear truth put to a melody.
Solid effort all around
By Marshman Sandiego
Not as great as the wonderful Real Good Kid or At Night, Alone, but this is a very legitimate set of tracks worth listening to—especially for fans. Glad to see Mike keeping his quality up, nobody questions this kids effort anymore!
Very enlightening vibe
By Eric Rieth
This album inspired me to change my life. I hope you see this mike because your music has really touched me and I just want you to know that you helped at least 1 person and I can’t thank you enough for that.
To bad that snake bite didn’t kill you
Noah’s Ark was OK. First time hearing this guy.