Willie Shaw’s sultry new single “See Through You” mesmerizes upon first listen. With smooth vocals and a striking falsetto that recalls Justin Timberlake, Shaw is making a name for himself in the Nashville pop scene and it’s easy to see why.
“See Through You” details a man who runs into an ex at a bar who he no longer recognizes. Donning a low-cut, skintight dress and heels, he finds himself wondering where the girl he fell in love with went.
“You say you’re livin’ / But I see through you / I see you’re different than the girl I used to know,” he croons on the first verse.
“See Through You” was produced by Kelly Fitzgerald and the song’s slick beats and laid-back vibe bring to mind acts like Timberlake, Bruno Mars and Andy Grammer, all of whom Shaw credits as influences.