Thank You

Diana Ross

Thank You

First new album since 2006 from the legendary singer produced with Jack Antonoff (Taylor Swift, Lorde, St. Vincent, Lana Del Rey)

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  1. 7.5 |   Entertainment Weekly

    A powerful showcase for how good Ross is even after a two-decade absence
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  2. 7.0 |   Rolling Stone

    The pop icon’s first album of new material in over 20 years aims to recreate the aspirational pop of her heyday — but for a very different era
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  3. 7.0 |   Uncut

    As with her best material, it's an album to lip-synch for your life to. Print edition only

  4. 6.2 |   Pitchfork

    The singer’s first album in 15 years casts a fond glance back at the vintage sounds she made her name with, but a few new songs—including a Jack Antonoff production—bring her back to the present day
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  5. 6.0 |   Albumism

    Whilst I still think it falls short for someone of Ms. Ross’ stature and what she is deserving of, the song demonstrates the possibilities of what this album could have been, which in itself is bittersweet
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  6. 6.0 |   The Arts Desk

    One wonders how some tracks ever got through the editing and production processes
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  7. 6.0 |   NME

    The singer's 25th studio album - her first with original material since 1999 - places an emphasis on schmaltzy, mid-tempo diva empowerment
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  8. 5.0 |   All Music

    She puts her all into these positive messages of gratitude, support, and unity, no matter how much the lyrics resemble mixed-and-matched phrases from inspirational memes
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  9. 5.0 |   PopMatters

    Diana Ross considers Thank You to be a “songbook of love”, and indeed all 13 cuts are explicitly about love, but there’s little passion in her romanticisms
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  10. 4.0 |   The Guardian

    With disco enjoying one of its periodic moments in the sun, a supremely classy 21st-century reboot was possible. But this isn’t it
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  11. 4.0 |   Mojo

    On the plus side, Ross is in good voice, but as comeback albums go, this is an underwhelming affair. Print edition only

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