Rolling Stone - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "Born in the Nineties and in love with the bubble beats and synth clouds of the Eighties, she builds her music as a glossy shell around detailed dissections of missed connections." NME (Magazine) - "'What's It Gonna Be?' makes the capriciousness of young love sound thrilling, whereas its neighbouring track 'Touch' is a gem of a torch song that bears the pained voice of experience." Paste (magazine) - "Shura is one of many artists still writing Madonna's obituary, with a sound that harkens back to the True Blue era's 'Open Your Heart' and 'Where's The Party.'" Pitchfork (Website) - "[S]he's at the vanguard of a scene of young queer pop stars who are updating the '80s model of self-sufficient, fully liberated mainstream pop....NOTHING'S REAL offers a fresh vision for pop's new reality." Clash (Magazine) - "Previously heard tracks still stand up as pop juggernauts but there's an obvious growth that has happened during the two-year wait; sonically and lyrically, Shura is at her most urgent and incisive."