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Album Review

Cody Simpson grew up on the east coast of Australia, not far from the beach known as Surfer's Paradise, but the title of his hastily assembled second album can also be seen as a retort to his debut: if that 2012 full-length was Paradise, this 2013 follow-up offers a sun-kissed variation of the same. Certainly, there's a heavy hippie vibe here, Simpson eager to paint himself as the kind of troubadour who'd wander along the beach in sandals, clutching an acoustic guitar in hopes of serenading the next girl who comes his way. In other words, he sounds a little bit like a teen pop version of Jack Johnson or Jason Mraz, which is indeed fruitful territory as those two sunny singer/songwriters write love songs that could be mistaken for sweet, sticky teen pop. The transition from run-of-the-mill teen popster to cheerful balladeer isn't necessarily painless — "Imma Be Cool," complete with guest rap, may induce a cringe — but the surf-and-sun concept gives Simpson a persona he lacked on Paradise and it also generates some appealingly breezy tunes.

Customer Reviews

Makes you feel like you're on a beach

I did not know who cody was before this album, although I've heard his name every once in a while. I didn't have strong expectations when i first found out about this album but boy did it blow me away. It makes you feel like you're on a beach! I heard that this is the first album where he knew what type of music he wanted to make, and I'm really happy about that because his music is very good. Good for him to incorporate his australian roots in to his music. I think he should be given more credit than he does, because he is definitely very talented and I'm hoping this is just the beginning for Cody!

5 stars

To be completely honest this is an album you'll love to sit outside to during the summer when you're chilling with your mates! It's a good type of album to jam out! Go check Cody out on his PARADISE TOUR THIS SUMMER! It will be worth it! Enjoy the album, you'll love it angels and every soon to be angel

Used to hate Cody Simpson, but he's come a long way

He's come a long way since his overly saccharine love songs of a few years, and this album really does have a easy, breezy, beachtime feel to it especially songs like No Ceiling, Imma Be Cool and Love. Overall, it's still not my favorite album or anything, but it's definitely a lot more listenable than his older work, and there some songs on here I could definitely see myself replaying. So even if you hate Cody Simpson, as I did before this album, I'd suggest just listening to a few previews and maybe you'll find a song you like.


Born: January 11, 1997 in Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

In 2008, 11-year-old Cody Simpson opened a YouTube account and began posting videos of his own musical performances. Accompanying himself on the acoustic guitar, the Australian preteen sang songs by other artists -- namely pop stars like Jason Mraz and Justin Timberlake -- while also giving some air time to his original tunes. Producer Shawn Campbell stumbled across his YouTube page one year later and invited Simpson to the U.S., jump-starting a series of songwriting collaborations and studio sessions...
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