Malaysian Australian singer/songwriter Che'Nelle set things off with the release of her single "Hand It Over." The successful singer who is signed to Universal Music Japan has opened up for Kanye West and has writing credits on Australian singer Ricki-Lee Coulter's debut single "Hell No!" and English singer Leona Lewis's song "Can't Breathe" amongst others. On "Hand It Over" she teams up with Grammy Award-winning producers The Stereotypes who laced her with a catchy lush guitar riff-driven beat that fuses pop, soul, and R&B elements.
The concept behind "Hand It Over" is opened to the listener's interpretation as it could be a myriad of things you give when you are in a relationship. Whether it is the time, money or love handed over, something has to give. Che'Nelle gives a playful and very sultry performance while showcasing her versatility over the smooth alluring beat. From her ear-worm choruses that exude a more pop influence to her soulful verses, the veteran singer is in the zone on this one.