Stream: Sam Smith’s ‘The Thrill of It All’

Published: Thursday 2nd Nov 2017 by Rashad

Three years after dominating charts and hearts with his debut album, ‘In the Lonely Hour,’ Grammy-winning crooner Sam Smith finally delivers his long-awaited sophomore album, ‘The Thrill of It All.’

Preceded to battle for the Billboard 200’s top spot by its singles, ‘Pray,’ and the top 5 hit, ‘Too Good at Goodbyes,’ the era’s been surprisingly quiet for such a highly anticipated release.  Yet, if critical acclaim is anything to judge by, the set may very well be in store for some of the year’s biggest numbers.

Featuring production contributions from the likes of Jimmy Napes, Timbaland, Malay, Stargate, and more, tuck inside to listen to hear if Smith’s latest offerings were worth the wait:

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  1. Tori November 2, 2017

    …his album cover looks like an A*** campaign poster.

  2. XYZ November 3, 2017

    Listened to the snippets and every song sounded identical, just as I expected. Yawn

  3. Jasmine November 3, 2017

    He is trying to be Elton John but Elton did it better.

  4. Suicide Blonde November 3, 2017

    Midnight Train” is the only one I liked but that’s because I heard Chicago’s “If You Leave Me Now” all over it ??‍♂️ he’s a good singer but I find him so annoying ??

  5. China November 3, 2017

    He looks “sick”, lord. I like a few of his records actually, when he isn’t SWALLOWING words, He wants to be the “NEW” George Michael not Elton John hunnie……but does not have the Vocal Range of George or the Iconic Songwriting or Songs

  6. DanYiel Iman November 3, 2017

    I like a few of his songs but I support my faves first….?❤️

  7. grapejuicefan November 3, 2017

    swallowing words really #DEAD

  8. Casual November 3, 2017

    Not bad, and I was prepared to hate. ONE LAST SONG is my jam.

  9. Kacey Woods November 3, 2017

    I personally think he needs to go back to that “Latch” sound because this album is a snooze fest. I don’t think the general public is interested in his attempt/effort to be the male Adele.

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