Graffiti U - Keith Urban

Graffiti U

Keith Urban

  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 2018-04-27
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 15

  • A Hit Red Records/Capitol Records Nashville Release; ℗ 2018 Hit Red Records, under exclu


Title Artist Time
Coming Home (feat. Julia Micha Keith Urban 3:33 USD 1.29
Never Comin Down (feat. Shy Ca Keith Urban 3:34 USD 1.29
Same Heart Keith Urban 3:36 USD 1.29
My Wave (Intro) Keith Urban 0:28 USD 1.29
My Wave (feat. Shy Carter) Keith Urban 3:32 USD 1.29
Parallel Line Keith Urban 4:13 USD 1.29
Drop Top (feat. Kassi Ashton) Keith Urban 3:44 USD 1.29
Way Too Long Keith Urban 3:15 USD 1.29
Horses (feat. Lindsay Ell) Keith Urban 3:37 USD 1.29
Gemini Keith Urban 4:09 USD 1.29
Texas Time (Intro) Keith Urban 0:10 USD 1.29
Texas Time Keith Urban 4:51 USD 1.29
Love the Way It Hurts (So Good Keith Urban 3:21 USD 1.29
Female Keith Urban 3:15 USD 1.29
Steal My Thunder Keith Urban 7:16 USD 1.29


  • Growing

    By dmartgal
    This is a fantastic album. If an artist cannot grow, then he or she should just wither on a desert. Again Keith Urban has given us some great music!!! Country music is made in the modern world now, not in a barn. Without Keith, there are millions of fans who would not listen to country. No country star can play a guitar like him nor sing like him, although they try. Keep it up Keith, you are the best!!!!
  • Great Fantastic album

    By pt511
    I’ve been around forever but have never made a comment here but have to now! This album is fantastic!!! Keith has an incredible voice. He pushes the limit and shines through. Woo hoo, Keith!!!!
  • Thank you Keith Urban

    By Narbona's Descendent.

    By REBEL CLaaaaaaark
    this is the best music ever
  • Great Music Good Tune To Listen

    By ☺️Deadly_Roses☺️
    Let just take a minute and pause for a moment Kieth Urban is slightly amazing but some people in the reviews pages are right about one thing about him being “Pop” I’m sorry if I’m being harsh a little bit clearly younger viewers are judging every younger or older artiest as a singer these day. Every now and then people need to focus on there self instead of Country Artiest plus Pop and Rock also Hip pop and many more like. I said some teenager are taking it too far a little...Like “omg!!! music need to be more grown up or more better” blah blah blah that is getting annoying and childish kiddo lol 😂Sometime I need to understood Music more then just listening to the beat from my earbuds... Now I’m going to tell you some of my fav song from this Album 1: Texas Time it got some good beat and feel the excitement to my ear to my heartbeat 💗 every time!!! 🔥 2:Way Too Long: It beautiful passion in between with “Blue Ain’t Your Color” it got ur feeling about being soo sad or how you been in love 🥰 every time he said “way too long” his vocal voices make it extra smooth and professional at the same time!!! 3.Horses: Make it extra Romantic and powerful every way as it get some time when I hear it from the radio in the car I just stop for a min and listen to it quietly and calming it all the way with the song with me such a great tune from Kieth 😊 Thank for listening to my reviews 💗💗 Enjoy your Day and Night!! Bye!!! Cya :)
  • This is trash

    By Blue_7187
    Keith needs to disappear out of country and go to some other genre. This is not country. It’s crap.
  • Seeing this in concert was the best

    By just a white guy here
    I saw this in concert for my 10th birthday and it was amazing I listen to the album literally every day
  • Graffiti U

    By CarrieFan2018
    Keith has never been all the way country. This album has its good songs and bad songs. He’s still a great vocalist and songwriter, and one hell of a performer. This album definitely leans more to the pop side, but its still good.
  • Just say your pop

    By allbfrt
    Terrible album. This isn’t country. Just go to pop so you don't get played on country radio.
  • "Never Comin Down" classic Country Dance music!

    By WaideRiddle
    Keith Urban has out done himself with "Never Comin' Down." Its sole purpose is to make you want to get up and dance & be yourself. I put this song in the same class as: "Vogue"/Madonna, "Don't Stop Till You Get Enough"/Michael Jackson, "Two Doors Down"/Dolly Parton, "I Love it, I Like it"/Tim McGraw, "Boot Scootin' Boogie"/Brooks & Dunn, "Upside Down"/Diana Ross, "Boogie Wonderland"/Earth, Wind & Fire, "Dancing"/Kylie Minogue & "How Little We Know"/Frank Sinatra. Yes, I'm mixing genres, but these classics are meant to get you to dance. And, that's what this song by Urban is all about!

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