Head Over Heels not only elevates Chromeo’s blueprint of ass-targeting beats, melodic
honey, and clever lyrics about the foibles of contemporary love…it augments it with unprecedented
conceptual cohesion, booming sonics, and more collaborations than ever before. Session legends
such as Pino Palladino and Jesse Johnson (The Time, D’Angelo) coexist alongside the likes of
DRAM and The-Dream on this intricate and ambitious ode to funk music, orchestrated by modern
day masters of the genre.
Consider the first single “Juice,” a hilarious paean to female power set to a buoyant California bop:
it’s Chromeo at its biggest and baddest.