Kashif went the duet route on this late '80s release, working with both Dionne Warwick and Meli'sa Morgan and doing relatively well both times. Each duet cracked the R&B Top 20, and the collaboration with Morgan gave him a number two single. The album was otherwise as slick and overproduced as ever, and his singing went back to the subdued patterns of earlier works. But Kashif was still rolling along at the time, producing and writing other hits for Giorge Pettus and Johnny Kemp. Only a few months later, things changed radically in urban contemporary and R&B music, and Kashif's sound and style would quickly become passe.
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AllMusic Review by Ron Wynn