Look who’s returned! Kyle is now independent and embracing a new role as a heartthrob after garnering favorable feedback from his last album See You When I Am Famous!!!!!!!!!!!!more !’s emotional, R&B-centric productions like “What It Is” and more current singles like “But Cha” and “Love Me Like You Say You Love Me.” “Sunday,” his latest single, continues in same spirit, copying the acoustic guitar riff and chorus melody from British R&B musician Craig David’s breakthrough smash “7 Days” from 2000.
Kyle is shown traveling in his Jeep with his wife and wearing some throwback trends, including a pair of ski goggles worn as a headband and tilted jauntily to one side (remember when we used to do that?). Why did we do that in the first place?). Even better, the lenses are heart-shaped, emphasizing the lovey-dovey nature of the subject. However, the film ends on an unclear note, as he ends himself in therapy with the same wilted rose he clutched on the date earlier in the video. It didn’t work out, but he did learn a crucial lesson about falling in love too quickly.