The alternating layers - from the deep sliding bass to the sharp beats all the way to the twinkling loops at the end - are very good while the unorthodox musical arrangements and the 2-minute run time are sweet and reminiscent of "Never Enough". Here's what I want to say, chorus then climax, knockout punch, boom! Like Stone Cold Steve Austin, he arrived, he raised hell, then left.
A smooth and suave song of departure and longing told from the story of somebody bparding a flight not having any idea if he'll ever see the loved one he's leaving behind again. Will this song cement Mr. Double Take's status as the next global star?
Klumcee has always been more than dependable as a beatmaker, but the biggest flex in this song is how Universal Records is giving Shanti and co. creative freedom to go real and compleytely unadulterated, showing complete faith and trust in the stories he tells.
Ashnikko takes a beak from rapping and sings this acoustic guitar-driven ballad aboutbhow depression can hit and affect you even if you're in a good place in life. Ashnikko truly is a cross between Grimes and Nikki Minaj.