Stephen Thomas Erlewine at Allmusic called the groups vocals on the album "impressive." Erlewine also gave note to the production, which he referred to as "seamless without being overly slick." The ballad "How Could You Say You Love Me," and third single "Don't Rush" were praised by Upscale magazine.
drum programming – Rory Bennett, John Howcott, Gerald Levert, Edwin Nicholas, Donald Parks
engineering – Tina Antoine, Jeff Bordett, Mike Chapman, John Howcott, Lisa Po-Ying Huang, Jay Lean, Paul Logus, Lee Mars, Carl Nappa, Alex Nesmith, Donald Parks, Jason Shablik, Ron A. Shaffer, Louie Teran, Darin Whittington
production – Tina Antoine, Rory Bennett, Mike Chapman, Dave Hall, John Howcott, Gary Jenkins, Karlin, Gerald Levert, Myron McKinley, Edwin Nicholas, Emanuel Officer, Donald Parks, Silk, Soulshock, Trent Thomas, Darin Whittington
sample programming – Mike Chapman
sequencing – Gerald Levert, Edwin Nicholas
stylist – Agnes Cammock
synthesizer – Gary Jenkins
vocal arranging – Horace Brown, Gordon Chambers, Karlin, Gerald Levert, Andrea Martin, Ivan Matias, Emanuel Officer, Soulshock
^Upscale: The Successful Black Magazine - Page 80 1996 -"Silk Silk Elektra Records The Atlanta-based quintet Silk resurfaces with their Ic awaited sophomore release. Silk, on Elektra Records, ... the sweet ballad "How Could Yi You Love Me," with its whispered piano antics, and "Don't Rush." with its infectious hook ...