Keith Urban is a double edged sword. He could be the type of Country artist you introduce to your non-Country listening friend to hip them to the genre, yet at the same time, that could be a mistake, because the man is such an individual when it comes to not only arrangements, but his crossover vocals. I think its guaranteed that if I introduced some hip hop heads to Graffiti You, not only would they be able to bump to some choice tracks within their headphones, but also in their car or in the club lounge. Urban has his - no pun intended – ‘urban’ elements locked down, and while also incorporating much feel-good Pop formula, and some seriously well produced electronica elements, he is an artist who understands how to play in parallel to developing trends. Of course these are uncharted waters where I would say the man sails just fine, yet other ‘true-country’ fans may feel he is sinking in no man’s land – as they peer into their binoculars from port.