This record might remind you of another club-kid crooner, Frank Ocean.
On Side Trakx - Volume #6, he links up with the Kingston-born '90s dancehall chart-topper Nardo Ranks. The grimy, dubbed-out stepper could rock a dancehall party, and there's a beautiful soul sample buried deep within the riddim. For the B-side, AOS rings up frequent collaborator John FM, and the duo delivers a drowsy R&B killer that feels like the natural follow-up to "Alone." The tossed-off, demo-style production—as well as F.M.'s X-rated verse—recall another club-kid crooner, Frank Ocean.