Hold On 'til the Night is Greyson Chance's debut studio album that was released on August 2, 2011 by eleveneleven, Maverick Records, Streamline and Geffen Records.
- Waiting Outside The Lines 3:51
- Unfriend You 3:21
- Home Is In Your Eyes 3:30
- Hold On Til The Night 3:43
- Heart Like Stone 3:49
- Little London Girl 2:59
- Cheyenne 2:55
- Summertrain 4:32
- Stranded 3:44
- Take A Look At Me Now 3:36
"Hold On 'til the Night" debuted at #29 on the Billboard 200, selling 16,185 copies during its first week.
"Hold On 'til the Night" has received mixed to positive reviews.
Us Magazine rewarded the album with three stars and a positive review, claiming that Chance "outdoes himself with 10 originals".
Entertainment Weekly gave Chance a positive review as well by complimenting his mature voice, writing: "Chance reveals a surprisingly mature voice on 'Hold On 'Til the Night' ('Heart Like Stone' provides a welcome touch of outsider brooding), though the Facebook-spurred melodrama of 'Unfriend You' reminds listeners that he is, after all, just a kid." The overall grade for the album was a B.
John Terauds of the Toronto Star gave it three-and-a-half stars, writing: "The boy's debut 10-track album is a solid effort that owes a massive debt to the boy bands of the 1990s" and ended with, "This YouTube phenom is standing on solid artistic ground here."
Rolling Stone gave the album a two star review, stating that "the 13-year-old is anything but threatening on this potential blockbuster of a debut", however the Rolling Stone community gave the album four and a half stars.
NY Daily News also gave the album two stars explaining that "the singer's androgynous pitch — which lies well north of Justin Bieber's — limits his ability to make the CD's love songs credible for anyone over his own age".
Metacritic gave the album a 61 out of 100 based on 4 reviews.