Glory Sound Prep Review

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Glory Sound Prep Review

Tristyn Smith, Freelancer

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Glory Sound Prep is Jon Bellion’s follow up to his amazing fourth album, titled “The Human Condition.”
In “GSP,” Bellion tones down his unique electronic sound for an orchestral sound. This aspect shines in “Mah’s Joint,” half of which is just an exciting instrumental piece. The electronic sound is still present on many tracks like “JT” and “The Internet;” the last of which is extremely relevant as it shows the modern world and the Internet disconnecting us from the world and our true selves because we put on fake personas to impress everyone else.
Despite all of these positive features, there are a few facets that stand out in a negative way. The first and most glaring issue is the eighth track, titled “Couple’s Retreat,” which is a lackluster song with uninspired lyrics. The pure mediocrity of this song weighs down the album as a whole.
The second limiting factor is the lack of a Blaque Keyz feature. Before “GSP,” Keyz featured on all of Bellion’s albums. Keyz’s absence leaves the album feeling like it is missing something.
GSP is an album with much potential, but a few issues hold it back from true greatness.