Romance - Camila Cabello

6.6

Rolling Stone

8.0/10

Pitchfork

6.1/10

AllMusic

8.0/10

The Guardian

4.0/10

Exclaim!

6.0/10

Consequence of Sound

8.2/10

NME

6.0/10

Cabello explores romance in all its forms: love, lust, and, in her most adventurous moments, the toxicity that can come from it all. –Lucas Villa (Rolling Stone)

The pop singer’s second album captures the thrilling feelings of experiencing love, but it becomes so universalized that it blurs it out of focus. –Stefanie Fernández (Pitchfork)

Romance is an album about Cabello feeling loved and seen by someone else, it’s just as much about her seeing and understanding herself as an artist. –Matt Collar (AllMusic)

The singer’s second solo album is too heavy on the Auto-Tune, giving cyborg sheen to what should be heartfelt love songs –Alexis Petridis (The Guardian)

Her Latin-influenced music is back on her sophomore album, Romance , but the vulnerability that gave Camila its soul has been left behind. –Chantel Ouellet (Exclaim!)

Romance is a solid, sexually charged sophomore entry that places growth at center-stage and keeps us wanting more without going limp. –Irene Monokandilos (Consequence of Sound)

She’s more than capable of producing earth-shatteringly big pop tunes, but on ‘Romance’ she has attempted to expand her palette into more textured ballads. She’s more comfortable in the former territory, but here is an artist unafraid to explore terrain that is, to her, less well-known. –Hannah Mylrea (NME)

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