Breaking the relative silence since the aftermath of his well-regarded return album Black Messiah, D’angelo delivers a deeply groovy and instantly catchy single. His voice, more sultry and insistent than ever, delivers a soft, edgy mood amongst the head-bopping mixed percussion. Perhaps as an homage to Fela Kuti and a showing up of Dean Blunt’s usual seriousness, he throws this single into the din of modern African grooves.
The song originally appeared in Red Dead Redemption 2’s soundtrack, but has gotten an official release. The soundtrack has received acclaim, as Rockstar games often do, for including a myriad of modern and notable artists including Willie Nelson, Arca, Josh Homme, Nas, and Daniel Lanois. Check it out below.