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4.1 out of 5
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4.5K Ratings
mshantell

i AM a fan of austin.....

that's why im going to keep it real. this is just terrible. the auto-tune is out of control and i dont care what austin says, there IS auto tune used in this song. the music was drowning out his voice. and he sounded like he was singing through his nose. i expected a lot more for a "first single". austin, this will be fine for the teeny boppin "oh he's so cute" kind of girls. but you are going to have to do so much better than this if you want to keep selling your songs. i believe in austin. and i believe he can be a successful artist but not be putting stuff out like this. not hatin' just keepin' it real.

Jb luver0

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omgg i looveee austin mahone!<3 this song is amazingg! <3 <3 i love u austin!

Edcrfbtgb

My review...

Okay, so I love Austin Mahone. He definitely has some talent and a future. But...this song isn't the best. No hate, but when he gets his braces off and his lisp is gone, it will be better. He's hard to understand here, and 11:11 isn't a very good song topic. A lot of people don't even know that's a 'special' time. It's kind of on the same plane as Rebecca Black music. Sorry. You will get better Austin. Keep working. Also, this isn't his song. He's taking credit for it when it's not his.

About Austin Mahone

Pop singer Austin Mahone got his start after videos he posted online went viral and started racking up thousands of hits. Born in San Antonio, Texas, Mahone started singing at a young age and in 2010 began posting YouTube clips of himself singing cover songs by artists like Justin Bieber, Jason Mraz, and others. By 2011, Mahone's videos had garnered him a significant online following, so much so that he dropped out of high school, choosing instead to be home-schooled and focus on his burgeoning pop career. In 2012, Mahone signed to Chase/Universal Republic Records and released several singles, including "11:11" and "Say You're Just a Friend," featuring rapper Flo Rida. An eponymous EP featuring those singles showed up in the summer of 2013 and, nearly a year later, a second EP called The Secret appeared. While preparing his official debut full-length, he released a mixtape titled This Is Not the Album (Cash Money/Republic), which featured Sage the Gemini, Becky G, Chris Brown, and T-Pain. The For Me+You EP arrived in 2016. It included guests like Juicy J, Pitbull, and 2 Chainz. ~ Matt Collar & Neil Z. Yeung

HOMETOWN
San Antonio, TX
GENRE
Pop
BORN
April 4, 1996

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