Weighing in with a colossal 20 tracks, ‘Love In The Future’ sees the return of John Legend on prolific form. Having won at the Grammys an incredible nine times, Legend can afford himself the luxury of letting out the creative juices and coming up with such soulful gems as ‘Who Do We Think We Are’, featuring Rick Ross on dual vocal duties. The striking honesty and piano balladry of ‘All Of Me’ is exquisite and remains giddy on love with the proceeding ‘Hold On Longer’ expertly portrayed by means of its looser texture. The freeform of ‘Tomorrow’ contains elements of jazz combined with soul that really opens up when Legend confesses, “It’s our time, it’s our evening, don’t let it slip away, tomorrow’s too late” suggesting an artist clearly living in the moment and willing to take chances. ‘Love In The Future’ is an album rich in creativity and one that is not afraid to wear its heart proudly on its sleeve.