Miguel is starting to look like Travis Scott, which means that this collaboration was meant to be.
This song is hip hop funky to me, as it feels like Miguel is lost in the nostalgic sound of the production. While I like when Miguel reaches into his vocal arsenal to make songs, I think I like him best when he’s cool, calm, and collected like he is here.
Travis Scott helps solidify the zoned out spirit of the song by providing his signature trippy sound on his verse. For some odd reason, Travis Scott compliments R&B singers so well (boggles the f–kin’ mind).
Miguel is one of my favorite artists of all time! (Disclaimer: Bias ass rating may apply)