Its almost as plain as a pikestaff that Mitch Uta would rather be referred to as a rapper than a singer and of course that’s something that’s not uncommon in contemporary R&B circles.
Regardless of what might be perceived as attempts to conceal his vocal abilities in the name of culture, his prowess is clear-cut and unabated. Evidently, he is going for a specific kind of sound with this song, especially when you consider the well thought out instrumental by John The Producer. If Mitch Uta was going for a light, breezy and palatable joint with the right amount of sentimental energy and very much on that “TRAPSOUL” tip, then he’s spot on. The song’s extremely pacific by design, and he seems to be doing it all effortlessly – the perks of genuine emotion, ladies and gentlemen.
“Any Other Way” is undeniably fresh, but here’s a not-so-random random thought; is the song enough to catapult him into stardom? Or are we wrong for expecting so much from one song?