Sexy, Laid Back
"I'd like to know what I need to do, how to behave, oh and how to please you/Ohhhhhhh c'mon, Let me feel those hips/You can tell me what you want me to do, if you want me to bring the freak outta you/It's on you, I'll put my ego aside, whatever you wish, I ain't got no pride."
Tomi can't really be compared stylistically to most R&B singers, but one of his songs, "All I Wanna Do," sounds a little like something Michael Jackson would have recorded during his Off The Wall (pre-Thriller) days and "Let Me Have Your Body," is slightly reminiscent of R. Kelly's "Your Body's Callin'." And also like Kellz, Tomi lives in Chicago and seems almost obsessed with women and lovemaking, as evident by such songs as "Superhot," "So Much Sex" and "Baby Where U At." But where some artists come on too strong sometimes, Tomi plays the sensitive male role and come across more as charming and sincere than anything else.
But although the sexy, laid-back tone of Tomi is cool, there's one problem: it's too long. Although there's only 14 songs, eight are over five minutes long and the album clocks in at over an hour and 11 minutes long. Two of three songs on the album's second half could - and maybe should - have been left off the album. It's a simple case of too much of a good thing.