The wonderful George Duke nails it with the subtle, jazzy and atmospheric “Give Me Time” which really showcases how wonderfully diverse and strong Chanté's vocals are. It takes a REAL producer to bring forth greatness, whereas others simply add some beats and expect the artists to whine from a scripted song. The inclusion of the likes of George Duke sorts the wheat from the chaff. The beat ballad “Do For You” has some lovely 70s flavours, and is urban-styled BUT allows Chanté to vocally shine; after all she is a singer is she not?! However, all the aforementioned producers aside...it is Jamey Jaz that really sets the album on fire! “Love The Woman” is seriously sexy, and should get any red blooded man going! The beat is sensual, the synths haunting and backing vocals sassy and sexy. Jamey adds “Love Action” to the mix and drops in some beautiful harmonies and synth lines. Yes, this is classy and essential stuff for the quiet storm moments! My final choice is the summer samba of “First Kiss”...a lovely song and far superior to the R&B efforts such as “My Eyes” or “Can't Do It”. A welcome return, if not reaching the dizzy heights of “Precious”.