POYSER did 2 tracks & SCRATCH did the intro + "speechless"
Musiq actually shines brightest on songs produced by others. James Poyser delivers his faithfully funky organ on the album’s last track "You’re Alright." It immediately conjures up a D’Angelo vibe from Musiq’s vocal stylings to Poyser’s gospel tinged keys. Poyser also coaxes a certain funkiness from the artist on the uptempo track "My Girl." Human beat-box Scratch, emerging from the legendary Roots crew, tackled production on the album’s intro and the tenth track, "Speechless." Teamed with Roots pal Hub, Scratch melds his vocal scratching and percussion with Musiq’s smooth lyrics. With a definite hip-hop appeal, "Speechless" is one of the album’s only pure head-nodders.