I like that this song reminds me of a mix between Bryson Tiller and Ty Dolla Sign, down to the production and Tey’s smooth but smoky vocals. I also love the mood on this one. It’s a bit dark, a lot of sexy and a dash of “let’s see where this goes.” The 20-something Londoner knows what makes a solid song, what makes people want to keep coming back and what his partner wants. This song features on TeyJon’s The Lonely Hours project and color me intrigued about the whole thing—especially after “Like This.”
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