On Aaron's Frazer's 'Introducing...', he tries his hand at pop soul with pleasant and relaxing results, but by the time it's over, you can't help but feel like you've just heard some cool ideas dragged out for 40+ minutes, it gets quite tiring and monotonous by the time it's over. This project's certainly well produced, but Aaron repeats himself a bit too much, his high-pitched nasally vocals are cute, but hearing this vocal inflection performed almost identically throughout wasn't all that interesting, the same could be said about the lyrical themes and vocal lines, they're endearing and charming at best, and repetitive at worst. All of that being said, I really enjoy most of the smooth, feel good and lively instrumentation this album has, and overall, it's still a satisfying listen, and a debut that left me wanting to hear more of Aaron's work, as long as he tries to experiment and progress his sound further.
Favourite Tracks: Can’t Leave It Alone, Bad News, Done Lyin, Ride with Me, Girl on the Phone, Over You
Least Favourite Track: Love Is