Miguel’s self-produced slow burner, with its subdued electro groove and his swoon-worthy emotive croons, was a sleeper surprise and launched the avant-soul singer into mainstream and critical success, earning the radio smash a Grammy along the way.
The British songstress, who like Miguel weaves soul and R&B through slow dripping electro textures, put her stamp on the song with a new remix, which hit the net Wednesday after premiering on Trevor Nelson's
Ware doesn't add her own verse on the remix, instead opting to sweetly harmonize over Miguel's falsetto, dipping in and out of the track as she pleases and bringing a little fire to a song that's already been heating up plenty of bedrooms for the last year and a half.
It's understated, graceful and repeat-worthy.
Listen and swoon to the remix via Rap-Up (the Internet gods yanked it off YouTube).