The production here is satisfactory. The reserved infrastructure, complaisant background ingredients, even tempo, and endearing vibe result in a becoming blend. The hook is flattering. Eastman Osborne supplies pleasant harmonies and the lyrics are likable. The verses are promising. Ay-Rock disperses a familiar flow, seemly wordplay, and winsome rhymes. He builds a solid case while in the pursuit of a woman that he is trying to spend quaility time with for the evening. A small collective of citable lines include: “Give me that chance for the one time. When I’m done you gone talk about that one time. Making plans, trying to keep a n—a one mind. But I’m trying to keep it under. You can’t tell nobody else. You gotta be the type to keep it to yourself. Knowing it’s a fact that when you bust it girl I aim to please. (…) Never been the type to be a selfish lover. Rather take my time and let you self discover.” Those words right there would surely pique the interest of many a pretty lady. All in all, this is a sufficient effort.
**My Two Cents: This is a legitimate number. The production is aptly packaged. I like the low key feel of everything. And the content matches up fairly well. Eastman Osborne really came through on the hook and Ay-Rock held his own on the content too. Could have been a tad more striking lyrically though. But the tune is still one that readers are bound to enjoy. So go ahead, press play, and vibe out. -MinM