My My My!
Troye Sivan - My My My!
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Based on 65 ratings
January 11, 2018 / Release Date
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EMI Australia / Label
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Jan 14, 2018
dyelir
85
Y'all know a SONG (not an album) with 44 ratings on this site is the shit especially when Troye hadn't made any buzz critically outside of his own corner of stan twitter until the publications picked this song up. This song is akin to "Perfect Places" last year: a pop song that sounds LARGE and although the singer isn't known as a skilled vocalist, they provide good enough structure and confidence in their hedonistic lyrics to match the infectious production.
Jan 13, 2018
leonardo
70
My My My! wouldn't fit Blue Neighbourhood or TRXYE at all. It's different. The lyrics aren't the greatest thing here nor the concept of the music video, where he's supposedly dancing like Michael Jackson. Both the video and single upset me. His last record was really good and I was expecting something greater here. You could dance while listening to this song, yes, the chorus is amazing, however I still don't know what to think about his vocals. Until the next single, I'm counting on you, Troye.
Jan 12, 2018
zeyadreda
NR
trash
Jan 11, 2018*
aijae
77
An overall pleasing introduction into a different Troye Sivan, as a new queer figure in the music industry. The production is seductive and sombre, making it inevitably to move along to. The lyrical content isn't necessarily innovative; However, it's present in a slightly daring manner, through Sivan's breathy and subtle vocals. This last aspect, also contributes to the song not being developed of its fullest potential, due to Sivan's lack of abilities as a vocalist, a variation in key and ... read more
Jan 14, 2018
rosereviews
80
Troye Sivan returns with his first single off of what we can presume to be his next album. It's a euphoric synth-pop sound, backed by a simplistic synth beat and Troye's vocals. He still doesn't sound like an astounding pop vocalist, but it feels more welcome here than it did on certain tracks on Blue Neighborhood. The lyrics follow a teasing flirtatious situation, and there's a sort of swagger that he manages to pull off, even if the initial instrumental of the song isn't anything astounding ... read more
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