After the success of Jack Ü and Major Lazer in 2015, it’s no surprise that their sounds would be emulated. Some manage to hit some sort of middle ground in imitation; for others, attempts just simply fall flat. For Sean Will40cobras, though, they hit the nail square on the head.

You’ll find that many of the same elements in tracks like “Where Are Ü Now” or “Lean On” are present in “Give Me A Reason” – sultry sweet female vocals with just a twinge of reggae, courtesy of Sessi, a high-pitched vocal synth in the drop, bouncy rhythm, etc. What sets Sean Will’s production apart is a feeling of … authenticity.

With the right amount of exposure and push, “Give Me A Reason” has a real chance of being the next big song of 2016.