Both Hands
You cannot deny the talent of Wil—he is a gifted songwriter and musician—but those elements alone do not make a hit pop album. Without the charisma or style to leave an impression on an audience, your technical background means nothing. This is the case with Wil’s debut Both Hands: It’s a bland, unimpressive start for a talented artist. There is not a single hook that will lure the listener back. Wil is doomed to appear alongside Clay Aiken, Ryan Malcom and Shania Twain on the MuchMoreMusic countdown.
—Trevor Savory

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