How did you blend island music with your style?The music of Mauritius, the Sega music that I fell in love with, is slavery music. It's a folkloric-tale type of music with an R&B groove. It's African music that found its way all over the world: in sambas, soul, funk, jazz; and you hear it in the music of Incognito. It's quite joyous. You add in the horn section to that -- and the uplifting vocal lines that I write -- and you're always going to get something that feels kind of summery and tropical.