The track stirs up an intoxicating brew of island flavor, funky bass, and seductive grooves. The chemistry between the songstress and Arin Ray practically bubbles over; it’s so hot as she carries an immediately irresistible refrain to the heavens and back.
The music video was shot guerilla-style in Cuba and sees Taliwhoah and Arin enjoying a flirty day in the sunny Carribean country, but the ending brings some evidence of cheating.
Watch “Soul Food” below:
Taliwhoah released her 2014 EP Melodies & Madness, and after signing to Rostrum Records in 2016, she unveiled her New Wave Order, Vol. 1 EP a year later.