Jon O'Brien from Allmusic gave the album three out of five stars and said "Santos will be able to adapt once his ubiquitous sound is considered passé, as an immediate snapshot of the 2011 musical climate, it's still a stylish and energetic debut."Metro Amy Dawson from commented, "Credibility be damned, reach for your glowstick and enjoy some uncomplicated party music." Sarah-Louise James criticized about the album's title. "Yes, we get that you're a switched on, socially networked up boy about town, but really? Aggro Santos.com?" [...] "It's a shame the album title's so cheesy 'cos there's a lot on here for Aggro fans to love, including the songs with the Kimberl(e)ys."
"Candy" (featuring Kimberly Wyatt) was released as the album's lead single. The song has been critically appreciated, with reviewers complimenting its chorus and synthpop beats associated with it. The song achieved commercial success peaking at number five in the United Kingdom and number fourteen in the Republic of Ireland.
"Saint or Sinner" was released as the second single from the album. It received minor success than its predecessor charting only in the UK at number nineteen. The song has an old schoolgarage feel associated with Portuguese and Spanish beats.