Featuring London rapper Brudda Nay on the ‘Intro’, setting the tone for the rest of the project, $pacely then calls on Kofi Mole for the lead single ‘Yawa’ which translates to trouble. He moves on to ‘Paid’ with Pappy Kojo who offers a classic dose of the Vanne Damme flow he is known and loved for. Not letting up yet, ‘Uber’ follows, featuring Joey B; everyone’s favourite rapper with a talk-like flow and an incredible sense of humour. The project is an easy listen as we glide through ‘Ready’; his only solo track, built for the body to body vibes, and then unto ‘Sweet’, a song for lovers featuring Alte’s front liner Odunsi (The Engine) and then straight into ‘Show Me’ spotting an inviting saxophone and traditional sounding drums with BOJ who has a unique spice for every track he gets on. The next joint is a welcome drop in pace as he works with Magnom and Cina Soul for a cosy number; ‘Sominu’, perfect for a slow dance. The final tracks move from ‘Can’t Lose’ with Teezee and Prettyboydo to close off with a groovy ‘Yenkodi’ featuring Ödartei and Buman. Take a listen and find your favourite.