Unlike his millennial peers, Miguel has a really good ear for melody and his vocal production does a terrific job of masking his average vocal skills. He's a complete artist in a way that really only Trey Songz can match.
I particularly like how his falsetto is clear and strong. The song itself is not dissimilar from what Miguel is doing in its "throw all your influences at the wall and see what picture it makes" style. In this case, it's a sublime lil pop soul ditty.