15 Songs, 58 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

On Tremaine Neverson’s seventh album, introspection tempers the bedroom swagger of 2014’s Trigga. There’s authentic conflict and melancholy in his voice as he wrestles with a burgeoning desire to settle down on slow jam “Playboy.” On “She Lovin It,” an acoustic soul cut supercharged by a funk bassline, he even sounds shocked by an ex’s lascivious advances. He’s still helplessly subject to his libido though, letting out a primal roar and promising to “turn the bed into a jungle” over the trap inflections of “Animal.”

EDITORS’ NOTES

On Tremaine Neverson’s seventh album, introspection tempers the bedroom swagger of 2014’s Trigga. There’s authentic conflict and melancholy in his voice as he wrestles with a burgeoning desire to settle down on slow jam “Playboy.” On “She Lovin It,” an acoustic soul cut supercharged by a funk bassline, he even sounds shocked by an ex’s lascivious advances. He’s still helplessly subject to his libido though, letting out a primal roar and promising to “turn the bed into a jungle” over the trap inflections of “Animal.”

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