Album Review: MKTO

Album Review             :         MKTO

Artist                            :         MKTO

Genre                           :         Pop

Date of Released        ;         2014


MKTO is an acronym of the combined initials of the members of this pop group. There is only one word to describe this album; cute. Malcolm Kelly and Tony Oller have no pretensions of creating the greatest pop album ever debuted.  All the songs here are as pop as anyone can described and believed. The song “Thank You” is a fun song and it dictates the whole tempo of the record. 

Good songs to listen in this record aside from “Thank You” are:

Classic – take off where “Thank You” left.

Could Be Me (with Ne-Yo) is a standard dance song with hip hop, Rand B, EDM elements.

Forever Until Tomorrow – showcase that they can also do some rock songs similar to Panic At The Disco and Fall Out Boy hit songs.

Nowhere – is the most radio friendly song in this record.

God Only Knows – is your usual bubblegum pop in debut albums.

MKTO is just okay for a debut album. It does not want to preach good deeds. It just want to present how a fun album should be produced.  I rate this record 3stars out of 5 stars.

Ratings Description:

1 star = Ignore it

2 stars= risk it

3 stars = borrow or buy it

4 stars = buy it and keep it

5 = buy, keep, and treasure it



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