15 Songs, 52 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Urban’s previous album, 2016’s Ripcord, featured a headline-making collaboration with Pitbull and Nile Rodgers—a statement about his interest in venturing beyond genre boundaries. Here, the country dynamo continues exploring crossover sounds in innovative ways. “Coming Home” finds singer/songwriter Julia Michaels draping her soprano over a Merle Haggard sample, “Drop Top” takes cues from EDM with an ethereal topline by Kassi Ashton, and summer anthem “Horses” gushes with Bleachers-level energy. The Ed Sheeran-penned "Parallel Line" captures the songwriter's romantic sensibilities and could very well become Urban's "Thinking Out Loud.”

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EDITORS’ NOTES

Urban’s previous album, 2016’s Ripcord, featured a headline-making collaboration with Pitbull and Nile Rodgers—a statement about his interest in venturing beyond genre boundaries. Here, the country dynamo continues exploring crossover sounds in innovative ways. “Coming Home” finds singer/songwriter Julia Michaels draping her soprano over a Merle Haggard sample, “Drop Top” takes cues from EDM with an ethereal topline by Kassi Ashton, and summer anthem “Horses” gushes with Bleachers-level energy. The Ed Sheeran-penned "Parallel Line" captures the songwriter's romantic sensibilities and could very well become Urban's "Thinking Out Loud.”

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Ratings and Reviews

3.7 out of 5
368 Ratings
368 Ratings
Luv Addict ,

Sold Out - Quit Calling Yourself a County Singer

At least Taylor Swift was honest and said she was going pop. Keith is the furthest he has ever been from country music. There is so much fake computer generated sounds on these songs it’s hard to even call this music. Robots are taking over.

CaptainWinglessYT ,

What is this?

Keith Urban, you can go ahead and do us all a favor. Drop out of the country genre. You USED TO BE one of my most favorite country artists and now you’re just joining the “pop country” b.s. that we hear the majority of the time on the radio. Some of it is really good music with really good potential, but it’s just not meant for the country genre.

katie 74 ,

Wow

People giving this bad reviews because their minds can’t grasp musical crossovers and artist evolution/experimentation. Simpletons shouldn’t be allowed to write reviews.

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