Into a particular dimension 'Life Support' is surely confessional. The singer radiates different emotions throughout the tracks, sometimes is sincere, sometimes is just another pop inflection on how you can enpower yourself without being completely vulnerable. But talking about vulnerability Madison has its moments of pure bliss, in songs like 'Homesick' and 'Selfish', she does what in my opinion she does best: truthful ballads. I wonder if she thought in herself as someone that can be seem as superficial and choose a way to prove all the judgements wrong, yet this isn't new, but when it's done right it feels authentic.
As far as the production goes, I see many influences, from hyperpop to 90's pop she's here and there, the room for improvement is clear, I also think she's talented as f*ck. Talking comercially wise there's some hits as well, I can see her being successful as some of the pop girls, I'm excited to see what she can do, that's it.