Well, it comes pretty damn close, because for starters Labbers has something no amount of studio trickery can create: soul. While the track's trance-pop beat is reminiscent of many a Taio/Derulo/Ne-Yo number, his passionate performance and heartfelt lyrics about letting go of negativity set him strides apart from the current crop of robopop vocalists - and with a chorus that fuses gospel, funk and R&B, it certainly feels worthy of a eureka moment. Oh, and as if we couldn't be any more impressed, apparently there’s even a "Cyndi Lauper-esque track" waiting on his album. Bring. It. On.
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