Cheetah Bay's "100 Wrongs" is a soulful song of redemption
"I ain't broken" the song starts. The organ chords are reminiscient of 40s Gospel. The opening lines bring you into a subtle state of reflection in a high falsetto. As the drums come in, a more clear soul vox line bring that reflection up close and center with your head held high. The sense of triumphant is too much for the slow chorus and speeds into inspiring rap/hip hop lyrics. As the second chorus comes in, the whole song takes on a whole new mystic feel. Minimal and surreal, the funky bass grounds us for a moment into familiar 4 and 8 bar phrases before focusing the texture back on the baritone singers and glassy piano with panned clave interwoven with modular sounds that span the rest of the song.
100 Wrongs is a great love making song. A gentle, driving beat with a multitude of instruments providing different biases of movement for however you need to groove.