Brandon Williams, a minister’s son from Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., is fairly well-known in the southeast portion of the country as Urban Mystic. The young singer has a very soulful voice; about half of GRIII simmers with seductive old school slow-jams. And one song is super-slow. When Urb gets to the “Best Part of the Day” he savors every bit of livin’ and lovin’ to slo-mo handclaps and languorous electric piano.

As you might expect from a preacher’s kid there is a gospel presence to GRIII as well. “Obama: A Change Has Come” is a benediction that opens the set, and the more generalized “If I Ever Needed Someone” acts as the bookend.

Urb also moves away from slow-jams for a couple of trips to the islands. “So Fly” is a reggaeton cut featuring Beenie Man and Ce’Cile, while Shaggy gets to do some toasting during the old school reggae cut “I’m Waiting.” Other guests include P. Chace, Yung Joc and Phyllisia.