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Greyson Chance: Hold On 'Til The Night CD Review

Greyson Chance: Hold On 'Til The Night CD Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Aug 05, 2011
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

He may only be 13-going-on-14, but Greyson Chance has already released his first album – Hold On 'Til The Night – and we’ve got the review right here on Kidzworld!

Track List & Reviews

  • WAITING OUTSIDE THE LINES: This pop song is a great album starter that talks about thinking outside the box and taking chances in your life.
  • UNFRIEND YOU: We love the energy in this song! The track is all about ending a relationship.
  • HOME IS IN YOUR EYES: Greyson sings all about how his “heart beats a little slower” and how his “nights are a little bit colder now that you’re gone.” Aww! We love it!
  • HOLD ON TIL THE NIGHT: This upbeat tune with an electric-guitar-rich chorus has a totally sing-able hook – another hit single from Greyson!
  • HEART LIKE STONE: This dance-influenced pop song sounds like a glimpse into the future … maybe a future album that Greyson is gonna release?! Whatever the message, we love the edginess of this track!
  • LITTLE LONDON GIRL: With an acoustic guitar and hand-clapping beat, this is one of our fave tracks on the entire album! Plus, it tells a totally adorable story, about sharing the world with your fave girl.
  • CHEYENNE: This tune, which is all about heartbreak, is sad and slow.
  • SUMMERTRAIN: The mood gets better again with Summertrain, which features some studio effects but definitely does not take anything away from Greyson’s amazing voice (thankfully)!
  • STRANDED: Simple but fun, this little love song’s got Greyson singing about how he’d love to be stranded on an island with his fave girl.
  • TAKE A LOOK AT ME NOW: What a great way to finish off a great first album! Take a Look at Me Now is all pop and keyboards – the perfect ending!

Video: Unfriend You

Greyson Chance: Hold On 'Til the Night Rating: 5

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Gingerkissx

Gingerkissx wrote:

iuyt my favourite song is summertrain
commented: Sat Apr 27, 2013

y0ungheartsrunfree.
Hold on 'till the night is my fave.
commented: Wed Oct 31, 2012

IsolDe Chey_2289046
: seem like everybody lv Greyson ! and 'M da one too heheh
commented: Tue Oct 30, 2012

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