DNCE is DNCE's self-titled debut studio album that was released on November 18, 2016 by Republic Records.
- DNCE 3:51
- Body Moves 3:55
- Cake By The Ocean 3:38
- Doctor You 3:12
- Toothbrush 3:51
- Blown (featuring Kent Jones) 3:17
- Good Day 3:37
- Almost 2:55
- Naked 3:55
- Truthfully 3:19
- Be Mean 3:31
- Zoom 3:42
- Pay My Rent 3:13
- Unsweet 3:20
"DNCE" debuted at #17 on the Billboard 200 chart dated December 10, 2016 with approximately 25,000 album-equivalent units.
"DNCE" received generally favorable reviews from music critics.
At Metacritic, which assigns a normalized rating out of 100 to reviews from mainstream publications, it received an average score of 77, based on 4 reviews.
Matt Collar of AllMusic wrote that "it's [the band's] stylistically open-minded approach to pop that makes DNCE such a joyous and undeniably fun album." Collar also complimented frontman Joe Jonas for being a "deeply self-aware and confident performer."
Nolan Feeney of Entertainment Weekly commented on a lack of clear identity on the album, but conceded that the group "ultimately finds its groove with retro, funk-heavy tracks like new single "Body Moves" and "Blown,"" grading the album a "B".
Writing for Rolling Stone, Brittany Spanos called the album "a mature spin on the boy band formula that worked so well for Jonas and his brothers in the past," and wrote that "DNCE's greatest strength is never taking themselves too seriously."
Rachel Sonis of Idolator gave the album a mixed review, writing that "there's real potential" on the album, but that too many tracks feel "forced" or "like fillers."
Newsday rated the song an A-, with reviewer Glenn Gamboa writing that the album represents "lighthearted dance pop done right."
Si Hawkins of The National wrote that "DNCE is enormous fun, chock-full of exactly what you hope for when buying an album as a result of one big hit: more of the same," and also praised Jonas's vocals.