Soul Funk with a beat, deep, low, sexy waterfalls, pre glitter balls up the dance floor. Again here all the tricks pop in the nice prod (bass synth, wide percussion range, etc.). Although it tends to be smoked up and dubbed, with endless intros to stay where we were already. I’m sorry to repeat myself (they do too), but I still don’t see the point of such prods, unless you want to bring it back to context: lounges, bars, and clubs. Good Chill Out, fits perfectly cocktails, freezing mentholized air conditioning and else cozy decorative spots in the room: sofa, tainted mirrors, large funky bro sun glasses. The kind of album you enjoy in the background but would never ask what it is actually.