James Arthur, ‘It’ll All Make Sense In The End’ – Album Review ★★★★☆

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James Arthur, ‘It’ll All Make Sense In The End’ – Album Review ★★★★☆

Words: | November 9, 2021
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It’ll All Make Sense In The End’ by James Arthur – Album Rating: 4/5 ★★★★☆

Since winning the X Factor in 2012, James Arthur has come such a long way. It’s been almost ten years since the hitmaker won the UK’s biggest music competition, and he’s managed to make huge strides since then!

With his latest album, ‘It’ll All Make Sense In The End,’ the acclaimed singer effortlessly smashes it. James’ 14-track record showcases the talent that runs through his blood. The adventure begins with the song ‘Running Away,’ in which James experiments with his singing method, combining a rapid talking performance akin to Post Malone with his distinctive vocal hooks. He unleashes the power right away, and it’s a great way to start the album!

Passion

The song ‘Medicine,’ which comes in at track three, sends chills up the back of the neck. A guitar lead resonates through the speakers before Arthur delivers another stunning vocal performance. He pushes into the depths of his voice and produces a delectable high vocal performance that keeps us glued to his every note. With James’ passion at an all-time high, ‘Last Of The Whiskey’ sends us down a new path. His feelings are real, and his honest lyrics hit home hard!

‘Deja Vu,’ which appears ten tracks into the record, has an RnB edge to it, which offers up a slew of new possibilities for the megastar. Furthermore, it has a particular character that makes it stand out in all the right ways. With ‘Take It Or Leave It,’ the album draws to a close. It effortlessly sums up the album, as James soars to new heights with one final victorious vocal performance!

You can take a listen to ‘It’ll All Make Sense In The End’ by James Arthur below. Also, be sure to let us know your thoughts on this new release by commenting beneath this article. As always, we love to hear your feedback. So, do you think that this is one of the best albums from James Arthur?

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