Yes, the production could inject a bit more finesse and the vocal mix could definitely be stronger, but this trio is a crowdpleaser right from the jump. “909” bursts forth with a happy, upbeat hook that’s carried by bold, driving synth sounds and a funky bass presence that together enforces just the right amount of vintage ‘70s pop-funk. We only wish this catchy song’s hook were a bit more focused. With a much more emphatic hook, “Foreign Exchange” and “Dangerous” continue the summery-sounding fun, songs that embody the carefree thrill of being alive. Reeking with potential, Royaljag is fresh and familiar at the same time. They’d make a perfect opener for a crowdpleasing hitmaker like Leon Bridges.