Jessie Ware - What's Your Pleasure?
What's Your Pleasure?
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Inglume
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In 'What's Your Pleasure?', you don't come to club, club come to you! Brilliant in its infectious, sensual energy and escapist club mood, Jessie Ware dabbles in 80s nostalgia for a record so tight and groovy, even the most stubborn of listeners may find themselves bobbing their heads a bit. As for fans, be sure to bring some extra water.

There seems to be a general misconception that pop music, the ones played for those drunk nights at the club, is reserved only for the younger, teen to late ... read more
Doublez
80
Incredibly hypnotic, incredibly groovy, What's Your Pleasure is a radiant work that cannot leave you indifferent. It sticks perfectly in the air of the time, combining beautiful writing with a dancing mood.

Jessie Ware was for me recently, a brilliant artist that I learned to discover, for which I surprised myself to have missed it. She has a career in constant evolution (despite the small slack in her previous album), which not only shows that she has been able to reinvent herself, but also ... read more
marvelgaryen
100
In her fourth studio album, Jessie Ware take us to a dance planet, where you can think of everything and still don't miss a beat. I literally couldn't stop moving while listening... it's soooooo good, omfg!!! Kind of a mashup of all the best things in dancehall music. A very necessary project for the current climate. Also her voice is delicious, the production is absolut fire (one of the most polished of the year), the details after the beats....
In resume, if you want your year to be a little ... read more
100
Fuck, I adore this album. Thank you, Jessie, my summer is saved.
usedtobe
90
She promised dancefloor love and she gave it here, a seductive, head-bopping ode to disco and funk with sweet, slick results. The whole time I was dancing listening to this. It's that good, ugh.
Maqtheus
90
Em 'What's Your Pleassure?' Jessie Ware traz o Nu-Disco, French House, Electro-Disco e o Dance-pop alinhado ao synth numa ambientação nostálgica e refrescante ao mesmo tempo, e sem nenhum esforço ela consegue contemplar suas emoções através de letras sensuais e tentadoras na medida que as canções desenvolvem várias camadas de uma intensa produção, que de cara é a melhor em termos de ... read more
BRAZZERS
80
Don't Look At Me Like That
MasterCrackfox
77
As an ode to disco-era glitz and glamour, as well as the groove of funk through instruments like the driving bass lines that litter this album, Jessie Ware succeeds wholly. It's a full genre-bender, interweaving pop melodies and hooks into all this sheen, all while sounding slick and smooth in its delivery.

It's an interesting idea to see a pop artist take on the role of a disco artist,in 2020, but here we are. What's important here, of course, is that What's Your Pleasure? doesn't feel like ... read more
se101
70
This album is great! Had me dancing around the house with headphones on like a fool the whole time.
Flamingooooo
67
I'll say that, I don't doubt that it's a great album, I’m pretty sure it is but I don't feel it. It’s like mixture of R&B and pop which i personally find a little bit boring and not as captivating as normal pop? I don’t even know, it feels weird beacuse if i think about it there is nothing not to enjoy about this record tbh. It’s just that there is no substance in those songs and nothing is necessary catchy to a point when i can say that „this pop song is ... read more
N0stalgia
78
2020 MUST HEAR ALBUM #22

This is first Jessie Ware project I've ever heard and I'm damn impressed. This is one of the most engaging and entertaining pop albums I've heard in a long time, largely due to the immaculate production which takes heavily from the worlds of house and nu-disco music and combines them with contemporary pop values to create a final project that is both intricate and exciting yet still familiar and comforting. Not to mention Jessie Ware's performances are absolutely ... read more
Tsareena
99
What a gorgeous album from Jessie Ware. Oozing with confidence and passion, it's a perfect album on my first few listens. Love the production, the vocals, the writing etc. Everything works so well. The sound is focused on that disco revival train that a lot of my faves silently agreed to pursue it seems but Jessie adds a lot variety to something that can be seen as one-note.
Faves: Ooh La La, Remember Where You Are, What's Your Pleasure?
lovecycles
80
future nostalgia... it was good until it was over, isn't that so?

first of all, the production here is absolutely lushious. it sounds expensive; extremely consistent, it stays clean and polished from track one to finish, perfectly adapting all of the nostalgic pop elements and influences guiding the album but adding a bit of a spice to them, bringing them forth to modernity while still keeping that familiar, groovy retro appeal. top notch mixing and atmosphere

this is actually my introduction ... read more
fuyuyuki
80
πŸ•ΊπŸ’ƒ
musicmagpie55
92
Bringing sleek MILF energy into the clubs, Jessie Ware delivers on her promise to return to the dancefloor in full force. What makes the album so smart is how Ware wields her voice. Sometimes sultry, sometimes desperate, but never out of control, Jessie Ware confirms that disco has returned, and we are all the better for it.

Sleek dance-pop often sacrifices relatability for universal pleasure. Ware doesn't ignore this concept and instead makes it the core theme of the album. The album ... read more
MarkyC
100
Back in February 2019 when I first heard the lead single "Adore You", I was floored by how perfectly crafted it was, especially after the adult contemporary-leaning and will-this-do standard of 2017's Glasshouse. It immediately felt like Jessie Ware was onto something truly special and with What's Your Pleasure?, she went even further with defying expectations, creating a dance-pop masterclass from front to back.

The album goes through a journey of emotions but is always warm and ... read more
Dombot
53
Yeah... this ain't for me dudes

I'm usually a HUGE sucker for 80's sound being updated for the modern age- The Weeknd did it with his last album, and it was his best to date, as did Dua Lipa... hell, even Greta Van Fleet (remember them?) is a great example of using that nostalgic aesthetic well. If an album has that influence consistently, I'm pretty much guaranteed to love it.

So what the hell happened here.

It's not a bad album by any stretch of the imagination, don't get me wrong! ... read more
antymosphere
87
“What’s Your Pleasure?” é o quarto álbum de estúdio da cantora inglesa Jessie Ware e meu primeiro contato com trabalho dela. Lançado no último dia 26 de Junho, o disco reúne 12 faixas e diversas críticas positivas ao redor do mundo.
Jessie abre a linha contínua de canções com *Spotlight começando de uma maneira suave, “vibes” e mostrando de cara a identidade sonora que irá ... read more
Doofly
90
2020 new groovy age
jeetygt
88
"Spotlight" and "Soul Control" are like SOTY material for me. As for the rest of the album, it's incredibly well crafted dance-pop material for the ages.
zachthesnack
77
Y’know, when I first saw the extremely high ratings for the album, I thought it may have been bots or y’all just overreacting.

Turns out, this is an incredibly fantastic pop record (one of the best of the year in fact) and I have now come to terms with the fact that I have been sleeping on Jessie Ware, this shit is pretty bomb.
EarlSweatpants
91
STOPPLEASE NO 😭😭😭 I am four tracks in If it stays this strong itll bw my fav sorry rina I will update but my god

edoit; wow so basiclally i cried,

favs; ooh la la, spotlight, whats your pleasure?, in your eyes, soul control, mirage (don't stop), read my lips, save a kiss, adore you, the kill, remember where you are, step into my life

least fav; no
RickSalix
77
Jessie Ware invites you to dance away your problems on her fourth record "What's Your Pleasure?".

This album is so much better than what I was expecting. It's very vivid, with striking intimacy on Jessie's lyrics in the midst of the melodic and colourful instrumentals.

The opener "Spotlight" is one of the best songs I heard all year. It's rich in the sound elements that are connected to disco (like the string arrangements and strong bass sequences) and the lyrics about ... read more
MinatoArisato
75
Fun and smooth, just in an instant good time.

Best Track: Remember Where You Are
Worst Track: Save A Kiss
ARTPOP
86
Spotlight 8.7πŸ’š

What's Your Pleasure? 9.3πŸ’š

Oh La La 9.0πŸ’š

Soul Control 9.1πŸ’š

Save A Kiss 9.2πŸ’š

Adore You 9.2πŸ’š

In Your Eyes 8.4πŸ’š

Step Into My Life 8.5πŸ’š

Read My Lips 8.6πŸ’š

Mirage (Don't Stop) 8.2πŸ’š

The Kill 8.3πŸ’š

Remember Where You Are 7.7πŸ’š

Nota Final:86πŸ’šπŸ’šπŸ’šπŸ’š(Muito Bom)
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Indo Na Onda De Álbuns Com Influências dos Anos 70/80,Jessie Trouxe Mais um Álbum Com Pegada Retrô Bem Feito E Bem ProduzidoπŸ’šπŸ’šπŸ’š
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