18 Songs, 1 Hour 4 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Anne-Marie Nicholson’s adolescent karate success (three world championship golds, thanks very much) hopefully taught the importance of patience. The Essex singer/songwriter spent her early 20s as a voice for hire, carefully, patiently building to a celebratory debut album that smartly trades off its author’s USP: personality. Anne-Marie decorates each track with easy charm and bracing openness (“You know I get depressed/Are you impressed with my honesty?” she retorts on “Perfect”) while the music keeps its end of the bargain. Buoyant dancehall bangers (“Ciao Adios”, “Can I Get Your Number”) grind up effortlessly against the softer moments (“Machine”, “Some People”) on an album that finally, firmly introduces a true star.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Anne-Marie Nicholson’s adolescent karate success (three world championship golds, thanks very much) hopefully taught the importance of patience. The Essex singer/songwriter spent her early 20s as a voice for hire, carefully, patiently building to a celebratory debut album that smartly trades off its author’s USP: personality. Anne-Marie decorates each track with easy charm and bracing openness (“You know I get depressed/Are you impressed with my honesty?” she retorts on “Perfect”) while the music keeps its end of the bargain. Buoyant dancehall bangers (“Ciao Adios”, “Can I Get Your Number”) grind up effortlessly against the softer moments (“Machine”, “Some People”) on an album that finally, firmly introduces a true star.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.
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Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
23 Ratings

23 Ratings

ten out if ten ,

Breathtaking

Very phenomenal and elegant by Glenn

hickeltin ,

Opps I Got OMG

I’m taking back to 2002! Soo good keep making more like this

😎Jenesis 😎 ,

Gurl I swear your songs have been my fav

Woooooooh

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