Deep, dulcet tones open ‘Intro’ and what an introduction it is. Certainly effective in captivating the audience you are seeking and absolutely nothing “Stealth” like about it as it stamps its way into your mind. The Birmingham based artist has already featured on Netsky & Metrik’s ‘Can’t Speak’, however this kind of talent stands perfectly well on it’s own with a vocal style which sounds effortless yet so powerful.
There is just enough drum and bass in there to have you bopping around on your seat or indeed up on the floor imagining you have all the rhythm and moves. Some songs just have the type of presence that suits any situation and I imagine that if companies played this whilst keeping you on hold for what seems like forever, that you would be much less irate by the time they actually answered. Also queuing up in a store or waiting on a train, stressful situations could be made much more pleasurable with this playing in the background.
Scintillating yet soothing would be the best way to describe ‘Intro’ and I fully expect to hear many great things from this young chap.