A word of caution, DO NOT start this album with your speakers wide open. The opening track starts with a HUGE stab to set the tone. But make no mistake this is not your everyday EDM album. “Chase” opens the album with a romantic funk vibe. (If that’s a thing, then I would use that phrase to describe the entire album. Chase is a finding yourself type of track with a silky smooth vocal delivery. “All Eyes On Me” is a fun track with a solid groove. I’m loving this EDM funk flavor. “Take Me There” is made of a bubbly gentle fist pump drive with a clear message of releasing negativity and drama. For a slow-jam type of vibe, “Midnight Lights” saves the day. Ini Oladosu drops a a romantic and legible flow. It’s nice having a clean flow that is understandable. Unlike a lot of modern flow artists. If 70’s funk and EDM had a baby, its name would be “Trippin”. This song has a forward push vibe that’s impossible to not bounce along. The lyrical content is referring to a person falling for someone, a theme we can all get behind. “Fired Up” is a pop funk tune, Definitely a Stevie Wonder feel. It features a modern sound of something similar to a Rhodes. At least that was my thought until I heard “Kick It”. That 70’s funk sound is all over this track. Even the vocal chops fit perfectly in the mix. CONRO kept the same vibe for what I interpret as the break-up song on the album “Me”. It seems like it was a mutual separation. “Me” has a strong freeing feel, kind of like you’re dancing on a cloud. The outro of the album is filled with what must be 45 vocal layers. The lyrics are a little harder to follow, but if I had to guess it’s all written in the title, “The Roaming Road”. A person conflicted with what life is and what life us and what they should do. So until then, they’ll be roaming.
I suggest to listen to this album from start to finish. The uplifting feeling that you get throughout makes this album so worth it. Enjoy!