Ariana Grande - Yours Truly Review This album has been a long time coming, and I’m surprised Ariana Grande’s fans weren’t more restless. Instead, her fans have been surprisingly supportive as she changed her recording sound from 50s doowop to 90s urban hip hop. Of the 20 tracks she recorded almost three years ago for the never finished “Daydreamin’,” only three have been redone and released as part of the disc. And while I would have loved to hear the doowop sound Ariana worked on before she scrapped everything, she’s got a great album here that works as a throwback to the divas of the early 90s like Mariah Carey and Whitney Houston.Read the song by song review here: http://www.portraitmagazine.net/reviews/yourstruly.html

Ariana Grande - Yours Truly Review
This album has been a long time coming, and I’m surprised Ariana Grande’s fans weren’t more restless. Instead, her fans have been surprisingly supportive as she changed her recording sound from 50s doowop to 90s urban hip hop. Of the 20 tracks she recorded almost three years ago for the never finished “Daydreamin’,” only three have been redone and released as part of the disc. And while I would have loved to hear the doowop sound Ariana worked on before she scrapped everything, she’s got a great album here that works as a throwback to the divas of the early 90s like Mariah Carey and Whitney Houston.
Read the song by song review here: http://www.portraitmagazine.net/reviews/yourstruly.html


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