I seriously rate “It's On Tonight” which is a chunkier and more Y2K effort, a la Sam Bostic's new set. I love the female vocals here but there is no credit for this lady. Pity! The title cut, “Aah! Let Me Make Love To You” is a very upfront and sexy cut and the music reminds me of the classier material that Late 90s groups such as Profyle or 4.0 were laying down at the time. “You're My Soul Desire” is a great effort too, and the keys are very 80s, the slap bass almost Mtume in orientation. Very nice indeed! Lovers of soulful sax will head straight for “Tonight”- it's not often that sax is heard in the soul world any more, which is a pity. It's a natural compliment to my mind, and this groove is very sensual in a Ruscola fashion. For uptempo flavours minus the annoying rap please check out “I'm In The Club” - the keys employed here are very nice indeed and add that little extra something special. “You Don't Know” is a worthy album finale and it's heavy beats anchor down the funky groove and soulful vocals with a minimum of fuss. This is a very, very strong CD and well worth a purchase. The independents do it again!