EPISODE 67: Jon Bellion – The Human Condition Album Review
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It comes as a shock to many when artists reveal how they got to the point they’re at in their careers and it doesn’t involve one song that finally stuck. The sacred art of writing is constantly overlooked by the general public as many don’t care how they get their hits, but to the few that do care, you might’ve already known about Jon Bellion before he toured with twenty one pilots, and his breakout album The Human Condition. Having written for the likes of Jason Derulo, Eminem, and Rihanna, just to name a few, Jon Bellion takes the grand stage for the first time with his debut album. With four previous projects to his name, it’s safe to say that he’s been waiting for his moment for a while, but it’s no question that his wait is a sure thing of the past. His breakout song from the album “All Time Low” is inescapable as it’s been used for almost everything. Commercials, radio play, soundtracks, you name it! A huge feature on the album comes from the Andraé Crouch Choir, who were featured on Michael Jackson’s worldwide hit “Man in the Mirror”. Jon Bellion’s debut is a solid indicator of the potential he possesses now that the spotlight is on him. It’ll be interesting to see what he does next and where the music takes him.