Paddi – Let’s Work on Us (Video)

“Paddi with Let’s Work on Us gave us a slight resemblance of the king of pop Michael Jackson.We are impressed with its rich yet minimal beauty, all about love!”

“Let’s Work on Us предлагает нам Paddi. Я слышу легкую схожесть с королем попсы Майклом Джексоном. Мне импонирует это, это красиво, это о любви!”

Having recently unveiled his eagerly-awaited debut album ‘P.S. I Love You’ to critical acclaim last month, US singer and songwriter Paddi now looks to showcase his latest full-length by sharing the beautiful new single ‘Let’s Work On Us’.

Reminding us all of that smooth and sensual feel he brought to his latest LP, ‘Let’s Work On Us’ looks to show us more of his tender side. Filled with a sweet and sombre flow, mixed with bold yet pulsing production, his latest gem highlights why so many have been flocking to support his new material of late.

Speaking about the new track, he said, “Let’s Work on Us is one of my top three favorite songs on my album. It has such an experimental style of beat production and a captivating hopeful story. This song is something I was never able to express to my girlfriend at the time. I tend to find when I’m at a loss for words or expression, my music is able to provide me with both. This song holds weight and releases emotion. I think people will be able to relate to this song, and find it entertaining and enjoyable to listen to.”

From the deserts of Southern California emerges the sole rose to bloom under the starry nights of Joshua Tree. Paddi offers his audience the transcendent experience that many listeners long for by allowing them to escape into his ominous and ambivalent world. Listeners will have much to dissect as they explore his realm of love, passion, and heartbreak veiled by his uplifting beats and enchanting melodies. Paddi juxtaposes his sweet vocals with the deep lyrics in his songs, creating the perfect blend of R&B and Pop that is guaranteed to keep listeners captivated throughout his discography.

Reviewed by Nagamag on November 10, 2020