If shooting stars made a sound, then that would explain what you’re hearing in B. Bravo’s new single “Can’t Keep My Hands Off You.”
Filled with swirling synths, staccato bass, and featured singer Reva DeVito’s opalescent voice, the track – which will be on Bravo’s forthcoming album, Paradise, out April 7 – is a funk and R&B odyssey with a modern-day electro bent that sounds not unlike something Kelela would appear on.
With a chorus that goes “Let me make a man out of you,” it’s pretty obvious what the song is about.
“[It’s about] a woman who knows what she wants and is not afraid to go after it,” Bravo says.
The rest of the album is more autobiographical in nature, charting Bravo’s move from the Bay Area to Los Angeles, his tour in South East Asia where he met his wife, and his experiences with becoming a father.
Stay tuned for more from Bravo and keep an eye out for his album!