Review

Released two weeks before Greyson Chance’s 14th birthday, this debut album casts a wide net, throwing power ballads, dance-pop, and Fray-ish rock into the same pot. When the songs stick, they deliver the fizzy, adolescent kick of a younger Justin Bieber, replacing Bieber’s urban swagger with Greyson’s piano-based arrangements and dramatic, theater kid vocals. He’s a better singer than most boys his age, and he gets songwriting credits on more than half of the track list. As a result, Hold on ‘Til the Night functions equally as a sign of what’s to come, setting Greyson up for a bigger album somewhere further down the road. ~ Andrew Leahey, Rovi

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