So this is Kellz's best album in years (although I liked Double Up). It's a retro styled 60s & 70s soul record with an emphasis on smooth tunes and lush instrumentation over ridiculous sex metaphors.
It kinda makes sense at this point in his career to jettison all the weird ass sexasauras stuff and concentrate on writing solid it tunes and it really works to his advantage. It's easy to forget how great Kellz's voice actually is. In contrast to some R&B stars he can really sing it and this album allows him to show off his vocal talents to the max. Just check out this performance:
Any Kellz love out there? What are you favorite tunes beyond the obvious hits?