The partner to my crime, yea I’d do time, til I’m with you I’d be countin’ the days…”
– quote from “Easy”
“Easy”’ is a soft romance track that comes soaked in passion and a lot of mushiness. Not to forget quality, the instrumentals and lyrics make the production a perfect blend for lovers, either old or new.
In this song, Sparkle talks about her lover, the one who has made falling in love easy and enjoyable for her. You could call it a sweet tribute and still be right. The song reveals how deeply she has taken to her best friend like fish to water.
She acknowledges him for being her support system through a lot of rough times while respecting her and cheering her on. She also amplifies a quality in her man that many are looking for – his ability to take extra thoughts for her pleasure and still let her be herself around him.
For those whose hearts turn for someone, this song is totally relatable and it’s easy to get hooked on the love story. It’s her first official release from her upcoming “Obstacle Course” EP.
The video sequentially unfolds with lots of quality pictures. Sparkle also took the chance to flirt with her man and get him to do the same. It’s the perfect choice in the video for a song this cool.
Sparkle is an R&B singer whose ride to the top is laudable. She’s a native of Chicago, Illinois, who started her musical career as a protege of R. Kelly in 1998.
She has had several collaborations with Aaliyah, Mary J. Blige, Toni Braxton, and many other big names in the industry.
In the “Surviving R. Kelly” documentary, Sparkle was the validating voice. She’s currently putting together an EP titled “Obstacle Course” to describe what she calls “what life has been since I first used my voice to stand against an abuser.”
The track “We are Ready” is also a release from the same EP. It’s an empowerment anthem and as we believe, just a tip of the iceberg of what Sparkle has lined up to raise awareness against the abuse of underage girls.
The project is her most personal one yet and the world is eagerly looking forward to its full unveiling.