By: Jordan Calvano
Remember the days when artists produced sensual tunes that made you want to get it on? Tracks like “Ignition” by R.Kelly, “FutureSex/LoveSounds” by Justin Timerlake, and most anything by Marvin Gaye possessed that uncanny ability to kick a romantic night off with a bang--pun very much intended.
It’s a different generation, but there’s a new sheriff in town named Kill Paris
(Corey Baker) whose specialty is designing baby making music, and he’s damn good it too. “Baby Come Back” kicks open with voluptuous layers of harmonious melodies and entrancing snare hits, while instantly snapping any listener into love making mode. Electrifying vocals from Player’s 1977 hit of the same name soon gracefully layer over Baker’s heartwarming instrumentations, and flawlessly conjoin like Ron Burgundy and Christian Applegate on their way to Pleasure Town. Funky, soulful, jazzy, and undeniably sexual all wrapped together--the love doctor strikes again.