Songs About You EP
Million Stylez
Special Delivery Music
Digital Release
December 10, 2013

Track list
  1. Times Stop
  2. Feeling For You
  3. Me & You
  4. Missing You
  5. Every Little Ting
  6. Never Wanna See You Again
Rating : from 5 (excellent) to 1 (poor)
Vocals : 4/5 Backing : 4/5 Production : 5 Sound quality : 5 Sleeve : 4
Since the release of his 2010 released full length album entitled "Everyday", Swedish reggae dancehall star Million Stylez has been recording tunes for various producers, which either appeared on 'one riddim' sets or as a digital single. And while his many avid fans are anxiously awaiting a follow up of his "Everyday" set, the artist has decided to come up with the release of an EP called "Songs About You". As the title clearly indicates this 6-track EP, released by French label Special Delivery Music, sees Million Stylez touching themes that deal with affairs of the heart.

Bost & Bim are always a guarantee for niceness and "Time Stops" is no exception. Once again the listener can fully enjoy the typical modern roots sound of these two musicians/producers, who by now can look back on a number of real hits. "Time Stops" is a decent tune in which Million Stylez tells about seeing a girl for the first time, starting to date her and not being able to spend enough time with her. And although this is a worthy start of this EP, it even gets better with the two TNT produced songs, "Feeling For You" across the 'Long Time" riddim and the previously released "Me & You" on the "Sugar" riddim. Especially the latter is an outstanding effort - simply beautiful. A tune one can listen to over and over again without getting bored! Clement Animalsons produced "Missing You", which isn't as good as the previous two tracks, but nevertheless keeps the lovers vibe flowing in a nice way. "Every Little Thing", coming across a dancehall riddim, might cause some excitement in the dance hall, but here it's the weakest moment of the collection. Also the R'n'B-oriented, dark sounding "Neva Wanna See You Again" doesn't match the first four tunes, but in the end it makes a better impression than "Every Little Thing".

This "Songs About You EP" makes one hope that a brand new Million Stylez album is coming soon.