Within its first few seconds, Arin Ray's "A Seat" immediately invokes the stylings of one Kenneth "Babyface" Edwards. Early in his career, the Los Angeles-based crooner has already developed a knack for crafting "grown folks music," and his latest "A Seat" is no different.
It's an interesting balance that Ray possesses: creating sounds that easily find a home as a forward-thinking offering in our current landscape while smoothly channeling the retroactive formulas that made for a good old-fashioned classic.
"A Seat" serves as a follow up to Ray's Kehlani-assisted "Change" and finds the singer enticing a lover with a tactful preview. Dive into the newest selection down below.
Lord knows what I want to do in the morning
Wake up, make love for a moment
Know that you been needing it bad, and it's yours baby
So I'm bout to take ya down