This song. This song. This song. This is far too funky for it's own good. Johnny has summoned all the power of Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis and Morris Day and the Time. This song has so much going for it that it is simply too hard to put into words how crazy good it is. It's a massive song that has so much personality and it just makes you feel good. I want to get out on a dance floor and move through the whole thing and then do it again. From the funky bass line to the punctuation of his syllables, this song is built to get you up and active.
Watching Johnny grow and mature as an artist has been an ultimate joy. Hearing him metamorphosis into the artist he has become has been like a brilliant trip through the late 60s through the mid 80s and it's so clear to hear how music, all music, influences him and how he draws so much inspiration from so many different artists. His voice is so silky that it just floats above the track and never gets overpowered or bullied. The production of this song is so "New Power Generation" and makes me want to hear him singing with Prince and Apollonia or Wendy and Lisa.
I can't wait to see where he goes from here because he can slide any genre on and make it work with so much ease. It's almost as if he never even has to try because it all sounds so freaking effortless. It doesn't matter if it's a ballad like, "One More Minute" or something more stripped like, "So Good."; Johnny takes the tracks and makes each one of them express exactly what it is you need to feel at that exact moment in time.