With a Gil Scott-Heron/Jamie xx style narrative intro, ‘Water’ opens up to be a smooth, hip-hop instrumental track, aptly well-suited to the lyrics and flow of Joey Badass and Kendrick Lamar.

The track’s vibe is delightfully fluid, layering an emotive flute melody over an instrumental track oozing with a flavour that only comes from the more tasteful and sincere side of the hip-hop spectrum.

Carrying the same simple modesty that befits tracks from artists such as Bonobo, Caleb Belkin could place himself as either a talented instrumental producer, or one that lends his talents to rap artists and R’n’B singers alike. To be honest, he’d have a fair chance doing either, but for now, his outlook is “strictly beats”.