“The opening minute misleads us, we listen further and realize he is on the one mundane topic that many a boring music today is about. Still, there are moments of spark herein, and I’ll say he did okay as he isn’t a super hit maker”
This Yung John production is great but it is only marginally impressive what Steel does on it.
There are several areas the man could have raised the bar on this one, but the music fails to hit a major crescendo. I mean, looking from the standpoint of what’s obtainable today, this one is probably not going to leave any particularly lasting impression of sorts. But let’s see, who knows?
There are no major themes on this, just talks of the female body and sex allusions. The opening minute where he goes “if you give me your love, I go show you my heart…” misleads us and we expect that this is a eulogy of the one dear female in his life; the one female the singer wants to eulogize. But we listen further and realize he is on the one mundane topic that is what many a boring music today is about – Sex, ‘booty’, liquor and whatnot. Tsk.
Still, in fairness to Steel, there are a few moments of spark and animation herein; and I will say he did massive seeing as he isn’t a super hit maker per se. Which means for an artiste in his mould, this should pass for an okay effort, even though miles away from hotshot industry records of today.
Listen and rate, a Hit or a Miss?