- ugh, those feels again

Snoh Aalegra - - ugh, those feels again
Critic Score
Based on 7 reviews
2019 Ratings: #402 / 737
User Score
Based on 124 ratings
2019 Ratings: #373
Liked by 2 people
August 16, 2019 / Release Date
LP / Format
Artium / Label
Neo-Soul, R&B / Genres
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Me loving a r&b record is something rare, since I'm not the biggest fan of the genre but damn, this album completely took me by surprise. It's an extremely gorgeous album, the one you really fall in love with. From Snoh's voice to the little details in the instrumentation, everything here comes together to make one of the most lovely projects of the year. Give it a chance!
It’s been two years since Snoh released her gorgeous debut album “Feels”, a 60's soul instrumentation full length record filled with great esque from hip hop old school and the contemporary r&b. since then, she released 'I Want You Around', til now, it’s probably her most successful single, and released three more singles promoting a new record, none of the other songs received the attention from the lead single and and she’s still not successfully close to the ... read more
Great follow up to "Feels". I miss the more melodramatic retro vibes of "Feels" but this a more grounded sound for Snoh and with no guest features, she does a great job of not tiring out the listener. Lovely production and vocals as expected with really great writing. Only dud was Charleville 9200 pt. 2.
Faves: Toronto, You, Nothing To Me
Not that this is a bad thing, but i'm getting too many familiar Alicia Keys vibes

Drake copycats are probably going to use this album as a sample pack
Snoh isn’t as in pocket as when she had the spacey retro production from NO ID, but I can appreciate the polished tweak to the sound on this. Some real nice moments on here including some timely strings, keys and guitars that elevate the project. I can definitely take away a few gems, including “You” which is an amazing soundscape displaying a lavish longing with undertones of sorrow. Did that sound pretentious? Idc shit is hot
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Track List

  1. Here Now (Intro)
  2. I Want You Around
  3. Situationship
  4. Whoa
  5. Find Someone Like You
  6. Toronto
  7. Love Like That
  8. Be Careful
  9. Charleville 9200, Pt. II
  10. You
  11. Njoy
  12. Nothing To Me
  13. I Didn't Mean To Fall In Love
  14. Peace
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Added on: June 15, 2019