Magic! Albums Ranked

Magic! is a Canadian reggae fusion band based in Toronto, Ontario. The band is composed of lead vocalist, guitarist, and producer Nasri Atweh (Nasri), guitarist and keyboardist Mark “Pelli” Pellizzer, bassist Ben Spivak, and drummer Alex Tanas. Active since 2012, the band is signed with Latium, Sony, and RCA Records, releasing their debut studio album Don’t Kill the Magic in 2014, their second studio album Primary Colours in 2016, and their third studio album Expectations in 2018. They are best known for their hit single “Rude”, which charted at No. 1 in several countries worldwide. The band is heavily inspired by the Police and Bob Marley and the Wailers. They are known for having a signature reggae-influenced pop sound. Here are all of Magic! albums ranked.

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3. Expectations (2018)

Magic! - Expectations | Releases, Reviews, Credits | Discogs

“I like Magic! since their debut in “Don’t Kill The Magic”, but here in “Expectations” the band ends up completely escaping the classic reggae, eventually merging with deep house and reggaton, with elements of electronic programming. It’s pretty good the CD!”

2. Don’t Kill The Magic (2014)

Don't Kill the Magic - Album by MAGIC! | Spotify

“This band is extremely versatile and they wear all the hats well. Songs like No evil/Little Girl Big World shows off their rock sound and Rude/Let Your Hair Down displays the great reggae vibe we love them for. But what I love about the album is that reggae sound is woven throughout, even where you wouldn’t expect it to be. Check out “Mama Didn’t Raise No Fool” to see their genius at work. Perfect blend of MAGIC’s unique sound.”

1. Primary Colours (2016)

Magic!: Primary Colours Album Review | Pitchfork

“If you enjoyed their debut album, “Don’t Kill the Magic” then you will also love this one. “Lay You Down Easy” ft. Sean Paul has already become a major international top ten hit and “Red Dress” promises to continue in a similar path with its upbeat reggaeton-pop vibe.”