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  • Summary: Th eighth full-length release for the pop singer-songwriter features guest appearances from Cash Cash, Khalid, Chris Stapleton, and Wrabel.
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Walk Me Home
[Verse 1] There's something in the way you roll your eyes Takes me back to a better time When I saw everything is good But now you're the only thing... See the rest of the song lyrics
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 5 out of 9
  2. Negative: 0 out of 9
  1. Apr 26, 2019
    80
    That none of this comes off as preachy or simply lame is a testament to both singers’ astute record-making skills. Though the streaming age requires pop stars to be fluent in multiple genres, Pink and Lizzo are expert in more than most.
  2. Apr 25, 2019
    80
    It all adds up to an album that cleverly feels stylish and fashionable without abandoning the emotional gravity P!nk has accumulated over the years.
  3. 75
    As with most Pink albums, the song-to-song shifts result in some misfires. ... But those missteps are raised up by the solid material that surrounds it.
  4. Apr 26, 2019
    68
    The amount of emotion she puts into even the less worthy numbers reminds you why she remains one of our worthiest superstars. But you may find yourself missing the more idiosyncratic Pink who runs off at the mouth as much as she runs off at the heart.
  5. May 2, 2019
    60
    There are flourishes that hint the singer is still capable of reaching those heights in pop that few ever reach, moments when she still sounds like she’s actually having a good time recording the songs. Unfortunately, these moments are all too fleeting. When Hurts 2B Human works, its great. It reminds you why Pink is such a big star. When it doesn’t, it hurts.
  6. Apr 26, 2019
    60
    Hurts 2B Human treads familiar ground. With the brass-assisted, stomping opening track Hustle, and the EDM juggernaut Can We Pretend, the listener is provided with the underdog me-against-the-world anthems that Pink does so well. But the album’s most affecting points are its most tender.
  7. Apr 29, 2019
    50
    Pink’s eighth album, Hurts 2B Human, finds the singer peddling the same boilerplate pop-rock songs about self-empowerment and existential angst that have defined her career for almost 20 years.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 27 out of 36
  2. Negative: 2 out of 36
  1. Apr 26, 2019
    10
    Amazing, I really loved that work. Excited for the official videos and the presentations.
  2. Apr 27, 2019
    10
    such a powerful and raw project, her vocal ability just get better, this is a very personal record that explores so many faces of what ifsuch a powerful and raw project, her vocal ability just get better, this is a very personal record that explores so many faces of what if feels to be human, she can really make pop anthems and really deep ballads with ease, this is probably her best album since 2008 funhouse. Expand
  3. Apr 26, 2019
    10
    Love it, her best work so far. It's kinda like a throwback, the lp countains a bit of her albums.
  4. May 7, 2019
    10
    Hurts 2B human tiene mucho de la vieja P!nk pero con la experiencia adquirida y la madurez que trae consigo los años. P!nk logra crear unaHurts 2B human tiene mucho de la vieja P!nk pero con la experiencia adquirida y la madurez que trae consigo los años. P!nk logra crear una amalgama que junta sonidos que plasman en la mayoría de las canciones esa firma tan de ella pero tambien sonidos que logran que el album suene novedoso y fresco. Canciones como Happy y 90 Days son muestras que P!nk siempre tiene un As bajo la manga. Expand
  5. Apr 26, 2019
    8
    From all the pop stars of her generation, P!nk remains the most constant in her musical releases, with a very distinct style that began inFrom all the pop stars of her generation, P!nk remains the most constant in her musical releases, with a very distinct style that began in 2006 during "I'm Not Dead" and fully developed during her 2009 release "Funhouse", and that is exactly what "Hurts 2B Human" feels like. P!nk went back (for a moment) to the emotional roots of these records, while connecting with her current state of mind and once again delivered an introspective and emotional release, yet not completely shaken from the style of her previous release "Beautiful Trauma"

    While this may sound like P!nk could fall into a creative slump or a monotone musical cycle, "Hurts 2B Human" is the reflection of an artist who is growing artistically along with the challenges that balancing love and motherhood with a musical career have brought into her life.
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  6. May 1, 2019
    7
    If you are a P!nk fan, you might support her all the way to the end and that’s okay. I’m just a reviewer saying how I felt about it; it’s justIf you are a P!nk fan, you might support her all the way to the end and that’s okay. I’m just a reviewer saying how I felt about it; it’s just okay. There are some good songs but the overall listening experience is just okay. Expand
  7. Apr 26, 2019
    2
    I love P!NK so much but this record was not that great. Although some songs like Hurts 2 be human is good but it lacks something I feel likeI love P!NK so much but this record was not that great. Although some songs like Hurts 2 be human is good but it lacks something I feel like this record was rushed and still needed a couple of months to perfect. Expand

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