- Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap
- Release Date: 19 August 2016
- Explicitness: explicit
- Country: USA
- Track Count: 18
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I've been with George since pretty much the beginning, he never disappoints with his songs and more people should discover him because he is absolutely, positively amazing. Can't wait for the next album!
What a God
Just discovered Watsky and am in love. His masterful pieces entail heart and soul and emotion on the world we live in that have never been spoken before. Beautiful
By AJ is me
Best. Album. Ever.
Heard 'Tiny Glowing Screens' and 'Talking to Myself' on YouTube, and those were all I needed to hear to like this album. It's amazing
Excellent Album. Buy it.
This album is terrific. It has many layers and deserves way more recognition than it currently has. Watsky has created something special with this album and I hope he continues to make more music. But if he decides to smell the roses, I'll respect his decision. :)
By Watsky fan 101
The song knots is amazing the song behind it with him singing over is just amazing (coming from a classical music player)
This album is so dope.
Huge Poet of Our Time
Makes you think, he achieves he's goal by doing what he loves. The art is truly amazing.
Best Watsky yet.
By Wandering climber
Have all of the previous cds and this one stands above the rest. A lot of times when I check my fav artists' new album I am disappointed at first. It takes several listens to get the vibes. One listen to this album and I gotta say I dig the way watsky is growing as an artist!
All I can say is im disapointed
This whole album feels nothing like watsky at all. All the songs have a sinister feel to them compared to the last couple of albums.