Pink Sweat$ Drops Heavenly Debut Album 'PINK PLANET' [Album Review]

Ian Tsang

Dropping his freshman album PINK PLANET, recording artist Pink Sweat$ ushers in a new phase in what feels like his sophomore season.

Born David Bowden, he’s known for releasing serial EPs – a strong discography with top tier songwriting, vocals, and laid back vibes. His first single “Honesty” was an immediate indicator for his future success – amassing 206 million streams on Spotify alone. In recent time, his track “At My Worst” – off his 2020 EP The Prelude, has been a big hit among fans: becoming his second song to break 100 million streams. Teasing his album, Pink Sweat$ dropped his surprise track “Heaven,” featuring heavenly vocals which lives up to the name.

“Castle on a hill,

Let’s build it out of steel,

Girl, I know that this love it will last.

Let’s journey up the road,

Ain’t gotta take it slow,

You know that I don’t want no one else.”

Pink Sweat$ is certainly producing the modern R&B we’ve all come to love – and PINK PLANET is the full length project we’ve been waiting for: set with endless tracks to put on repeat, some with breath taking gospel choir influences. With the emergence of his album form, we’ll get a whole new side of his artistry – I’m certainly excited for this evolution, as are his loyal fans. Dive in below.

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