WALLACE is a cold-hearted bitch, but I can dig it.
"Raffled Roses," is a tropical-pop electro-grooved smash single.
Here's why: Top-notch vocal execution by WALLACE, who sings from deep within her gut, without the excessive vocal-chord theatrics of Beyoncé, and just as good.
She does something semi-raspy that oozes into your ear seamlessly, like sonic honey.
Trying to pinpoint who else she sounds like is going to be hard because the longer you listen to what she's doing with her vocals, the further away you get from identifying anyone similar. At least, not right away.
And then there's the steel drum. What isn't good about a steel drum?
Surely, it shouldn't surprise anyone that the track is produced by none other than, Godriguez.