With two shelved projects and a haircut behind him, Canadian soul singer Glenn Lewis is back on the scene with new music to groove to. On his first single in two years, "Good One," he praises the woman in his life, even calling her the "cure to cancer." After working with The Underdogs on his unreleased 2007 album, he is now back with the production duo behind his debut, World Outside My Window, Dre & Vidal. Grand statements aside, the mid-tempo jam, one of his favorites, is an excellent reintroduction to Glenn's voice. Considering what I've heard from him thus far, I was prepared to hear another (well-sung) Stevie Wonder-esque R&B song. He's never one to downplay his adoration for the genius who gave us "Overjoyed," and it is usually reflected in his delivery and tone. Sound-alike voices make me skeptical of an artist's abilities, though. His first album, while grossly overlooked, was solid. As much as I enjoyed his single "Don't You Forget It" in 2002, there apparently wasn't enough force to propel him from the same box that once held Jimmy Cozier, Carl Thomas, Van Hunt, Musiq Soulchild, Dwele and his other contemporaries. Though he's back under the radar, he's been performing regularly and is in the studio at work on a new project due in 2011. Hopefully this go-round has different results.