I can't say I'm completely convinced, some quite funky grooves that I nod along to, but there's not much here for me to fall in love with. Although I am surprised by how pleasant Stevie Wonder's voice is, which works better for the energetic cuts, rather than the ballads. Apparently I like the songs with the least amount of streams on Spotify more than the more popular ones. I did like the Latin tinge in \"Don't You Worry 'Bout a Thing\". The closing song seems surprisingly modern for 1973, could have been made 20 years later. Reminding me of what could have been a solid alternative rock record, sort of like \"Out of my head\", if only a bit more funky. The second half of the album is stronger than the first half in my opinion I can also see clearly how much Stevie Wonder influenced Anderson Paak.