Making use of a simple progression built on solid bass and eponymous vocal repetition, it's a finely-weighted piece of deep house that will rescue more morose tracks in the mix with its delicacy and charisma. It takes no risks, but to do so would seem contrived. Tevo Howard favours a jerky, high-end approach and puts some echo on the vocals. It's a stripped-down, break-infused percussion fest draped in analog warmth. Daze Maxim's interpretation provides the greater departure, with a dense kick and murky production, it offers a completely different dynamic to the other two mixes and is refreshingly dark.
There's definitely a clear sense of purpose in each of these mixes, and they do serve to highlight different aspects of the composition's capabilities. From the bordering-on-cocktail-bar-ambience and foot-tap tempo of the original, through to the momentously driving remix by Daze Maxim, and Tevo Howard holding the middle ground with a version that encourages freestyle expression on the floor, this is a solid release with soul.