Beres’ latest album One Life, One Love due out Nov. 12 is being heralded as some of Beres' best work in years. Beres’ album sleeves have never been as memorable as his songs but this one, photographed by LargeUp’s own creative director/co-founder Martei Korley and designed by Greg Burke, places him in a new visual context, with design redolent of a vintage Blue Note cover. Musically, the double-disc One Life, One Love, is classic Beres, just a little more organized. The first disc is on some straight-up lovers’ business, while the second contains songs with a more socially conscious or spiritual edge to them, highlighting the dichotomy that’s always colored the singer’s catalog. The first single, “In My Arms,” definitely falls into the former category, with his smoky-sweet, “Bourbon on the rocks” voice enlivening a fluid early ’90s riddim. Stream it below, along with “Dancing Beauty,” a non-album track on the Reggae Music Again, or 9.58, riddim in which Beres, ever the gentleman, comes to the defense of a castigated female with an uncomfortably sexy way of dancing.