Over funky instrumentation that brings to mind Erykah Badu’s “Love of My Life” mixed with Moonchild’s previous cut with Lalah Hathaway, the trio known as Moonchild craft another great one. The instrumentation was written by Moonchild’s Amber Navran, inspired by being more in the vein of Sly Stone and D’Angelo as well as a late-night jam session. The track is more about that move from doing everything by oneself to life with someone who is there to support and keep them lifted. I love the instrumentation, as well as Rapsody’s bars (then again, I have never found a bad Rapsody verse). It’s one of those songs that bills itself as an instant classic and delivers on it more than even anticipated. The song’s beautiful, the build-up is amazing and the lyricism is top-tier. In other words, it’s a great track. Check it out below and remember to do the thing: support dope music in all its forms.