Not to say that it sounded easy to make – Uela Basco, Dan Gil and Ryan Armamento did an excellent job of maintaining the musical integrity on this smooth and simple track. The beat is a nice backdrop for Uela’s smooth, soulful R&B vocals, and the song in its entirety is a versatile backdrop for several situations – from sitting on the beach with a beer in hand to driving home late from a long day at work.
Uela’s voice steals the show on the track, though, as she channels female R&B when it was a relatively new genre (Think Brandy or Keyshia Cole), albeit with a distinct Filipina flavor. It’s raw at times, but her voice is everything it needs to be, at least for R&B – butter-smooth, relaxing, expressive, and easy on the ears. via Joey Gutierrez