Wade O. Brown's voice and cadence recall folks like Luther Vandross and the Isleys. Fortunately, on his second album, the Detroit-born, Toronto-raised singer found a team of writers and producers (who themselves have worked with greats like Anita Baker and Babyface) to give him the sound he needs (which, incidentally, is like an 80s/90s throwback, in a good way). The earnest yet slick production quality of All Night, All Love, the classy lyrics and Brown's rich vocals remind me of Boyz II Men when they were on top. In other words, there's a nostalgic vibe here that should appeal to many soul listeners. Wade O. Brown smooths out Supermarket Friday (June 9).