I do too. I don’t get the critical consensus that seems to have grown up that this album is somehow a completely different animal from the predecessors where she tries and fails to ‘go commercial’ and ‘do hip hop’. There are a few touches that don’t work (that guest rap) but to me over all it’s just a subtle development of what she was doing before.
She’s an artist with a strong identity that shines through everything she does - that bruised, passionate yearning feel - and that is definitely still at the heart of this record even when it is occasionally (a little) more up tempo and commercial sounding. At the end it’s hits that ‘sad disco’ sweet spot more often than it misses. Glad I’m not the only one that loves it.