So Rick Beato did another listen to the Top 10 songs on Spotify‡. Pop songs. Of the 10, he liked 3, and this was one of them. It has a quite complex chord progression and even changes key at the end of the song.
He said there were sections that reminded him of Earth, Wind & Fire. I wasn't sure at first, but then I never really listened to EWF, unless they were on the radio. The only song I would have recognized by them would have been "September," and that song has a horn section that is front and center. But after some research I would say this song is very similar to "Can't Hide Love." The vocal chorus, the chord progressions are similar. The lyric video of today's song does harken to its 1970s inspiration with the use of an LP record on a turntable.
That said, I'm not sure that I like this song. I don't hate it, the way I hate most Pop Music today, it just isn't my cup of tea, though I can appreciate that it is a well-constructed song, that has good performances and great production. And I think anything that can be done to encourage actual songwriting in Popular Music is a good thing. Some of the songs in that Top 10 list are childish in their structure.
This is "Leave The Door Open (Live)" by Bruno Mars, Anderson .Paak, Silk Sonic.
‡ You can find Rick Beato's video at this link. It is entertaining.