I love to hear beautiful wealthy singers sing about love. I mean, life must be better when your traveling the world and you have money in your pocket. So, wouldn’t this make finding love a lot easier. H.E.R makes trying to find love sound so sexy. She effortlessly flows over these groovy tracks and pleads for some understanding. Why does her music sound so familiar to me but different from anything that I have ever heard? The whole EP screams I want you back in my life.
Sometimes we say things we don’t mean. Even when you really care about someone, its easy to say things that may hurt them. Then when they leave, for some reason you’re not ok. We have all been there before. We get into that argument and we think it’s over, but when they are not around we miss them. This song echoes regret.
Sometimes we must leave things to fate. When we jump into the arms of another person, we don’t really know what’s going to happen. Hopefully it works out, but only time will tell. The only thing you can do it follow our intuition. If it feels right, then let’s try and make it work. “Fate” please have mercy on me if I don’t make the right decisions.
“Take You There” is a simple way of saying I miss you. I needed a break, so I could appreciate you. Now let’s take this to the next level. Taking breaks are popular among millennials. I remember when Dwayne Wayne was on break with Gabriel Union and he made a baby. So if you are going to take a break, remember that both sides have options.