Wes Denzel was inspired to create his new album Last Night In Houston while driving around Houston, Texas. He wanted to put that experience into music form, so much so that each version of the album was tested driving in the car, until the project was perfect. Denzel expands, “A lot of writing in cars, and experimenting on records with the format. A lot of it was just feeling, and keeping that feeling.” He enlisted Keef Chandler to be executive producer of the album and with his help Wes Denzel was able to create Last Night In Houston. Denzel states, “A Huge help came from Keef Chandler who helped put the project together and helped me tell the story I I wanted to tell with the Music. This project wouldn't be possible without him.”
The album presentation is expertly curated through the tracklist. A majority of the project follows the Houston theme, but Denzel purposely strays away on tracks like Tear The Club Up, All Summa, The SZA Freestyle, and Knock. Through the first five tracks, the album is set up as a tour through Houston. Tear The Club Up comes in as a segway from the tour to the club. The Soho House (Interlude) serves as a bridge to the back half of the album where Denzel meets a girl but already has regrets. All Summa represents the honeymoon phase and leads into The SZA Freestyle which represents the problems that arise from after the honeymoon phase where the relationship falls apart. The song Knock finds Denzel missing the her and wanting her back. Some Know concludes the album with Denzel coming out of his love haze and being back on his to where he started.