Review

Following two albums (as Javier) for Capitol and a creative rebirth through the NBC talent show The Voice, Javier Colon releases Come Through for You, his first album for the Universal Republic label. Colon gets guest appearances from Voice mentor Adam Levine and Natasha Bedingfield, as he makes a smooth transition from R&B-oriented material to mature contemporary rock and ballads that just happen to recall the output of both Levine's Maroon 5 and Bedingfield. Colon certainly sounds more comfortable here than he did on his first two albums, where he was situated somewhere between Anthony Hamilton (rustic throwback soul) and Babyface (silky-smooth R&B ballads). ~ Andy Kellman, Rovi

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