More props towards the production, but I do enjoy Ariana’s voice most of the time. A few dreadfully distasteful cuts really bog down the rest of what’s mostly a vulnerable and enjoyable R&B album from Ariana Grande.
I'm a slut for Phoebe Bridgers' voice, and she provides a great sample of her usually sentimental sound here. Also Conor Oberst is here. The two have a great chemistry as artists but I feel as if Bridgers often outshines Oberst.