Nick Jonas - Spaceman
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Based on 5 reviews
2021 Ratings: #493 / 512
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Based on 202 ratings
2021 Ratings: #632
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One of his most rounded and adult statements to date, ‘Spaceman’ is certainly worth exploring - as lockdown hobbies go, it’s up there with banana bread as one of the most tasteful.

The Independent

To be honest, this album is more Pringles than caviar. But it’s comfortingly moreish. When it comes to the Jonas boys, it seems that once you pop, you can’t stop.


While reminding us that he has always been more sonically interesting on his own, Nick Jonas' attempts at deeper emotion and thought fall flat on his new solo LP, Spaceman.


To cut through and leave a lasting impression of Nick Jonas, the artist, would require a vision much bolder than what this album has to offer.

The Line of Best Fit

There's no doubt that Spaceman offers guilt-free pop with a tinge of R&B. Unfortunately, this doesn't make up for the lack of depth and emotion which means, despite being Jonas’ strongest work yet, the album still runs the risk of being forgettable.

The singles weren’t bad and made me think maybe this would be pretty good, but unfortunately while it is decent, it suffers from the problems a lot of radio friendly pop music does.

This album is overproduced to the point where it kinda loses its sense of identity. He is trying to sound super relevant and trendy with some of the generic trap beats and 808s in these songs, and there are a lot of times on here, especially in the hooks, where he sounds exactly like Chris Brown. The album ... read more
Having not released any solo music in the last five year as well as a lot of his solo work not remaining in the public consciousness, Nick Jonas had a lot to prove on his newest release, mainly whether or mot her artistry is even relevant outside of Millennial and Gen Z nostalgia. However, while I think this project wasn’t as bad as I thought it would be, “Spaceman” doesn’t serve as a good argument for keeping Nick Jonas around.

Most of the problems with ... read more
Can we all just agree that Nick Jonas is the only REAL talented Jonas Brother?? I lowkey liked this album very much, but maybe I'm biased of his hottiness... hahaha just kidding but hey, I usually tend to enjoy his solo music and this one was no different, give it a try, at least he's not some random trap wannabe fuckboi like the one everybody know....
Yeah wow this is REALLY FUCKING BAD 🥲
Never really got the hype for the Jonas Brothers, and if I wanted to listen to 3 brothers make music together and the general public on AOTY hating almost all of their material... I would just listen to AJR. Only member of the brothers I enjoyed based off of solo material was Nicks material, and this album got my attention to be sure. And I mean..., I'm not sure what I expected to be honest. Its your standard radio pop album, with some kinda cool production thrown on top of it. In a weird way, ... read more
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Track List

  1. Don't Give Up On Us
  2. Heights
  3. Spaceman
  4. 2Drunk
  5. Delicious
  6. This Is Heaven
  7. Sexual
  8. Deeper Love
  9. If I Fall
  10. Death Do Us Part
  11. Nervous
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Added on: February 25, 2021