Ten seconds in the song, just before you even listen to the vocals; you don’t even need to; Ten seconds is all it takes to agree with me that this song has a tremendous warming quality. An inner heater, if you will.
The sax is your first introductory instrument to “Walk With Me”, takes you gently by the hand and never lets go until the last second, there is there throughout the whole track. It only takes some pauses, in order to breath. The other main element that song consists of is a smooth like butter R&B beat. The beat, in particular, resembles to one of the classic beat-making styles of the ’90s. But enough about the music, we need to talk about Dionne Clarke’s malleable voice; this girl has an angel-like voice you need to hear. Its affection wraps you like a cloak.
“Walk With Me” is looking at you smooth R&B listeners, smooth Jazz listeners, everything smooth listeners I should say. If you’re jamming to Jorja Smith, treat you yourself: Listen
Review by Nektarios Oikonomakis