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Benson Boone’s new album deserves “fireworks”

Album artwork for Fireworks and Rollerblades. (Photo via Warner Records).
Album artwork for “Fireworks and Rollerblades.” (Photo via Warner Records).

Most teens love blasting music with catchy lyrics in their car. If you’re one of these people, Benson Boone’s new album “Fireworks & Rollerblades” should be added to your playlist.

The album consists of many different types of music ranging from slow songs to more upbeat songs about the ups and downs of relationships and heartbreak.

Boone’s most popular song “Beautiful Things” and some of his other hit singles, including “In the Stars,” are featured on this album.

Boone’s voice is strong and unique, which allows listeners to follow along with their interest in his music.

“Beautiful Things” has been on repeat on many radio stations and on social media platforms, so to have some new music from him is exciting. The songs “Cry” and “Slow It Down,” which are my personal favorites, have become the most popular out of the album so far.

Boone is very creative with his lyrics as well. For example, in his song “Hello Love,” he addresses the name of the album when he sings, “I could try to blame you, but my mind ain’t safe / Like two fireworks tied to a rollerblade.”

Boone’s marketing tactics have paid off for the success of this album, as many people were quick to buy tickets after he announced his tour.

Boone’s world tour started on April 2, 2024 in Chicago, Illinois and will end on Sept. 19, 2024 in Sydney, Australia.

I hope Boone is not just a one-hit wonder and he continues to receive the recognition he deserves. He is a young and talented singer who has bright things ahead of him.

If you have not listened to the album yet, try it out. You may become obsessed.

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Reilly Botto is currently a senior at Del Val and a first year writer for "The Delphi." She transferred to Del Val from Immaculata in Somerville during her junior year. Reilly is in the National Honors Society and is a waitress at an Italian restaurant in Clinton. She loves watching new shows and spending time with her dogs and family. 

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