William Ruhlmann, of Allmusic, rated the album with three and a half stars out of five. Ruhlmann comments that the music lightly borrows from hip-hop music and has a rap music influence. He also said that Grammer's music leans toward a female audience, usually directing himself to a significant other and singing words of encouragement and affection. Tanner Stransky gave the album a B from a scale of A+ to E, stating that the album sounded "like a mash-up of Jason Mraz, Michael Bublé, and John Legend. It's all easily listenable, if scarcely original."