Labrinth, Sia, Diplo Present... LSD

LSD - Labrinth, Sia, Diplo Present... LSD
Critic Score
Based on 6 reviews
2019 Ratings: #606 / 634
User Score
Based on 289 ratings
2019 Ratings: #1166
April 12, 2019 / Release Date
LP / Format
Columbia / Label
Electropop, R&B / Genres
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Entertainment Weekly

The album’s mix of tropical vibes and experimental hooks give LSD a pleasant, lush, varied landscape of tones and tempos.


Considering the combination of such talents, it's no wonder that LSD is so good and so fun. While it might be too relentless for some, it's an experience to embrace and enjoy.


This is a collection of tried-and-tested bangers from some of the most recognisable voices in modern pop, but anyone looking for surprises will be disappointed.

Rolling Stone

While the songs aren’t top-shelf Sia, for a session that comes across more like an arcade game than a coherent album, that’s fine.

The Observer

It would be unkind to think of this as a total vanity project – it’s clearly intended to sell. Mind you, at least vanity projects generally carry a sense of artists finding space to spread their creative wings.

Labrinth, Sia, and Diplo seem to only exist together for the listener to go, β€œOh! Huh...” and press play. Instead of complementing each other, they cram every space of a song with noise.
Cool idea, piss-poor execution. Nobody will listen to this outside of the year 2019.
This album is a collection of 9 tracks, and 1 Lil Wayne remix. I appreciate how short it is, especially since it runs out of ideas so quickly.

The first half is really solid. It is full of colorful ideas, with goofy, psychedelic beats and lyrics that set a really strong tone. As the album goes on, this tone feels like it is slowly fading. Lyrics start to sound like pop mumbo jumbo.

Genius is such a high point, that even the remix is welcomed. God bless Lil Wayne. πŸ’₯πŸ”₯πŸ™πŸΏπŸ™πŸΏ The ... read more
Ok, this is actually sad. Since a few years ago I started listening to Sia almost religiously, I did enjoy her music a lot. I almost called 1000 Forms of Fear my favorite album of that year. Then, when she released This is Acting which it was tremendously disappointing I had already taken my hopes off on her. Despite everything, I still wanted to keep following her works, I wanted to believe she would make something in the same level of her best works. That was my mistake.

After a couple of ... read more
Most Forgettable Album of The Year! Congrats Labrinth, Sia, and Diplo!
There aren't surprises on "Labrinth, Sia, Diplo Present... LSD".

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Added on: March 11, 2019