It kind of sounds like the music you would hear at an H&M only it doesn’t suck. There’s a timbaland-style slowdown jam at the end and some soulful ass chords that keeps this track above the rest of the playlist at your nearest fashionable yuppie warehouse. Oh and his voice. Damn, what a way to make an entrance on the scene which it seems this is, because from my intense research (*ahem* a cursory google search) I couldn’t find much about this dude. Hopefully he’ll keep some solid tracks coming, he’s put down a good foundation while also setting expectations very high.