Deon Wilson achieves an interesting fusion of edgy, modern music leavened with ‘90s boy-band smoothness. “Miss Trouble” brings a typically percussive, hard-charging track, with Wilson’s vocal carrying the melody and weaving deftly with his “boy-band” backup singers. Bonus points for its guest rap interlude and a sexy, memorable chorus (“all night she give me green light...”). “Better Than Your Last” lays a heavier hand on the ‘90s throttle, layering on the croon, but still has a persistently nervous, edgy, brittle track to balance things out. He gets heavy and dark with “The Underdog,” his mission statement, whose track is as big and brash as his warning to those who doubt him. Wilson’s a versatile singer whose songs have an intriguing crossover formula.