In addition to everything that simply works about this track, it’s important to point out how musically raw and real the release is. Bizkit’s incomparable skills as a musician, most distinctly on the saxophone, make for a phenomenal few moments.
Not only does Alexa Morgan have a beautifully smooth, soulful singing voice, but All Night Long has a really great sense of rhythm about it, and this comes through in everything all at once.
The vibe of the whole track works well in making certain you remember & recognise it later on. The ongoing feeling of possibility is powerful, it makes for a hugely compelling few minutes of audio.
The hook offers up a gentle & smooth melody – a beautifully soulful vocal line – whereas the rap verses present a much grittier, detailed exploration of the song’s underlying concept. The way these opposing sections are arranged is superb.
Softly bringing together the emotion of soul music & the smoothness of RnB, this is a fairly minimalist, dreamlike song that lays its melody, ambiance, and sentiment before you in a subtle yet captivating way.
A brilliant track, the vocal choice was spot on – Elizabeth Robinson adds a real touch of fire. The rising intensity & the drop are massively satisfying.
I consider busking as what formed my voice. When you’re singing in a crowded area to complete strangers, you have about thirty seconds to amaze them.
The song captivates & hypnotizes you. It’s provocative & intriguing, not to mention performed to a sensational standard. A masterful singer & songwriter.