Alsa delivers a lovely, charming piece with “I Wanna”. Her voice possesses its own sweetness. The arrangement accentuates her word choice. Lots of it has a balance to it, one that feels outright beautiful. Lots of color comes on through giving it a kaleidoscopic air to it. How she lets the piece absolutely bloom is particularly fine, for it shows a great attention to detail. Melodies upon melodies enter into the fray further adding to the evolution of the overall piece. By ensuring that there is this semblance of peace, the rest of the sound becomes quite riveting.
The guitar work introduces the piece perfectly punctuating the power of her words. Lots of sunshine filters through the sound. Such a happiness permeates the entirety of the work. Upon the inclusion of the rhythm section her voice becomes ever more potent. With nods to the 70s singer-songwriter tradition the work has a classic cadence to it. She updates the necessary elements, from the sparkling keys to the thrilling low-end of the bass. All of it comes together to further power her vocals, ones that have such a crystal clarity to them, holding absolutely nothing back. Each additional reiteration of the theme gives the work a hypnotic trance-like state. Quite soothing the song is a meditation on what it means to truly care, to show compassion towards other people and does so in such a peaceful fashion.
“I Wanna” features the undeniable sweetness of Alsa for she proves to be a fantastic storyteller, creating a weird wonderful joyous world.