With his recent spate of performances, many are chomping at the bit for new D’Angelo music. But in our anticipation, we shouldn’t forget about the artists who rose up in his wake to carry the torch he left behind. Take, for instance, Aaron “Ab” Abernathy, who in recent months has released inspired covers and original tracks that have more than just a little of D’s influence. His latest, the seductive “Call On Me,” continues this trend. The sultry jam, in which he lets his love know that if there’s anything ever needed, he’s just a call away, finds Ab laying down his sweet vocals over a slightly distorted foundation of percussion, a sultry bass groove and twinkling synths. But what really makes this cut sing — no pun intended — are Ab’s tight harmonies. If you happen to be a D’Angelo fan tired of spinning Voodoo for the hundred billionth time since it was released in 2000, then this is just the track you need. Even better, Ab is offering this joint as a free download. Cozy up to “Call On Me” below and then head here to add this one to your collection.