Roy Woods – Touch You

OVO Sound/Warner Records Inc.

The single is a development to the Toronto lyricist’s 2020 EP.

Roy Woods, who involves the fantastic lyricist spot in the OVO program, is back on schedule for the mid year with a close R&B moderate jam. The tune sees Woods going after a far off darling and fantasizing about summer love. Woods’ noteworthy and soothing vocals rise above wanton synths that drive the touchy ditty. The percussion is recognizable yet steady – not removing the concentration from Woods’ vocals and energy setting tunes while driving the force of the melody. This is a notable methodology for Woods, who has gone through the years after his 2015 breakout single “Dramatization” focusing on this mark sound.

This new single follows up the isolate roused Dem Times EP that the vocalist delivered in 2020. The EP handled the battles and cultural retributions prodded on by the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic- – taking on everything from regular difficulties to huge scope disparity.

On the Dem Boys EP, Woods offered: “Life is short and can change in a flicker of an eye… Like life and all ‘dem times’ consistently.” These subjects became known in a progression of recordings post-discharge, as well. Nonetheless, Woods’ attention on the pandemic appears to have changed, as he references it in the current week’s delivery with a somewhat unique disposition: “F**k a COVID-19, Long as I will see that body on the sea shore.”

“Contact You” denotes a continuation of the sound Woods has cut out, in his own path of ill humored R&B. Look at the most up to date single and let us know whether you’re a fan.

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