Mortgage rock meets urban drivel
By Carn Marth
This little git is the current face of Mortgage Rock. He has taken up the gauntlet of blandness and MOR where Dido left off. The difference is that his audience are actually young. Instead of old, senile and bland, they're young, senile and bland. As for the album: trying to ghettoize a lumberjack shirt-wearing tool from Suffolk with a load of 'ardcore guests is possibly the worst idea anyone has ever had.
Not his best work
By Pistol pete 251170
Don’t like this album at all
What is there not to like ☝️
Top album with Ed doing what he does best, a mix of collaborations with talented artists 5 star ⭐️
I would recommend this album massively. My favourite song would have to be remember the name by Ed, Eminem and 50 Cent. However I believe that ‘Take me back to London’ is a close 2nd place which features Stormzy.
No6 Collaborations Project
By I love music😂3
This is actually really good!! Not as good as some of other of Ed's albums, but I love all the different artists and styles. And it's doing pretty well on the charts!!😂 My faves are: South of the Border, Take me back to London, Best part of me, BLOW and beautiful people
most cliche music ever.
By matthew roe
Same same same
When he started he sound different, but this is just a cash in. The sounds are all sounding the same and the only difference this album gets is the guest artists.
It’s seems very much a one trick pony!!
Can’t believe I can....
.....Write a review without actually listening. So many reviews from people who haven’t even bought the album!