Feeling, in production, a little bit more like a Sean Paul track than a Jay Sean track, Make My Love Go is an interesting follow-up to the sensuality of The Mistress II.

The song is about meeting a woman and being utterly entranced by her.  The skillful use of the Maxi Priest Close To You lyrical sample on the chorus, the song gives utilizes the smoother R&B tones with a more pop delivery.  The lyrics, while pretty straightforward, are good and approach the woman in question in a more mature way than most songs.  The more reggaeton/pop vibe to its overall production and vocal styles, we get the hint that the singer’s next album will be a mixture of what made Down a hit and what made The Mistress II one of the better releases of 2014.

This is the first single from Jay Sean’s upcoming fifth album, due out sometime this year.