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Ratings and Reviews

4 out of 5

407 Ratings

407 Ratings

OK, but could be better

PamelaMoore

With all of the recent hits we've had (and many upcoming), I was looking forward to this installment of the "Now" series. However the track listing is a bit disappointing. "Castle on the Hill" was a shocker as "Shape of You" didn't make it to the previous album. The song is decent, but it's fairly old (I know it impacted radio a few months ago, but it was heavily rotated on radio when "Shape of You" came out). I like "Swish Swish", but it hasn't cracked the top 40. Maybe the lyric video with Gretchen will help? "Crying in the Club" is another shocker. It peaked somewhere in the top 60, and has stayed there for most of it's release. "Slide" is old, and could've been easily replaced with "Feels", as "Feels" is gaining big traction digitally and at radio. It should outpeak "Slide" tomorrow. "Swalla" made it to the top 30, and again, is pretty old. It seems almost like "Now" added it for the sake of putting Jason on the album. "Heavy" isn't a bad song, but it's old and peaked in the top 50. Maybe they're trying to make up for Kiiara's absence on previous albums when she released "Gold"? I definitely thought that "Attention", "Despacito", and "Now or Never" were going to make the cut. Overall the album is OK, but it could've been better. 6/10

GREAT AS ALWAYS

Xavier Zenon

GREAT SONGS THIS IS WAY BETTER THAN NOW 62 ONLY

Better than NOW 62

xcekrma

I actually like this one a lot. As usual, they can't fit everything. You have to believe that there has to be a reason why a song like "Despacito" isn't here. NOW doesn’t "miss" songs like that. Still, most of the big sumer songs are here like DJ Khaled, Zedd/Alessia, Imagine Dragons, Ed Sheeran, James Arthur, Miley Cyrus, Chainsmokers/Coldplay, Kendrick Lamar, Post Malone...and the ones that arent I'm sure will be on NOW 64. This is exactly what a NOW album should be...a snapshot of the previous few months hits.