Jason Miyagi immediately stands out for the driven, gritty and saturated aesthetics of his production on X.
This song has a really powerful textural vibe, with a sensual and confident vibe that makes me think of artists such as Frank Ocean or James Blake, just to mention but a few. The lyrical flow is nearly whispered and very intimate, yet surprisingly, it really cuts through the mix with no effort. The song really comes to life with the amazing choruses, which are full of rich harmonies and amazing falsetto parts that add a lot to this particular composition.
The song is fairly short, clocking in at under the 2 minute mark, but it stands out as a remarkable example of Jason’s amazing creativity and unique approach.