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Sam Smith’s star turn on Disclosure’s “Latch” only hinted at the British belter’s potential. In the Lonely Hour deftly blends classic soul, gospel choruses and sumptuously recorded acoustic instruments with 21st-century production flourishes, like the hip-hop beat of "Life Support" and the subtle vocal processing of "Money on My Mind". An extended meditation on unrequited love, the album shows off Smith’s stunning emotive power, from his wounded wail on the mournful “Stay with Me” to his barely disguised bitterness on the dazzling “Like I Can”.

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One of the best albums I've bought in a long time!! Worth the wait! Wow - SAMs voice is amazing, makes me smile everytime I hear it! Thanks for sharing Sam!! ❤️


Brilliant. No more needs to be said.

Top Class

Absolute quality album, deep soulful pop which appeals to everyone, take a bow Mr Smith.


Born: 19 May 1992 in London, England

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '10s

Distinctively emotive, soul-inspired vocalist Sam Smith was among the most commercially successful artists to arrive during the early 2010s. Prior to his breakthrough at the age of 21, the London, England-born singer and songwriter balanced study with music, sang in choirs and in bands, and performed in musical theater productions. He developed a passionate approach to singing exemplified by his favorite artists at that time: Aretha Franklin, Stevie Wonder, and Chaka Khan. He was barely out of his...
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