Previously spotted laying down beats for the Foreign Beggars, Vato's official hook-up with Lethal B and Donaeo is a match made in electro-grime heaven. While Vato's vibrant riffage still packs a large punch, there's heaps of space for Lethal's aggression and Donaeo's soulful croons. Remix-wise we're spoilt for choice. Most notably Deekline's exclusive-to-Juno booty bass romp. Elsewhere we find Andi Durrant dusting his piano off, Jaxxon preaching in the church of synths, Max NRG getting sprightly on a drumstep riddim, Substantial Error serving up a slo-mo stomp and Skitzofrenix cooking up the dreamiest trap you ever did hear.
Denchness abounds as Lethal Bizzle pays homages to the most important of modern day bangers - the drop. Complete with a honey-coated chorus from Cherri Voncelle, it's likely to soundtrack many a main stage this festival season. Remix-wise Jay Hardway supplies the big room version, Trei lays down the firing neuro-influenced drum & bass vibes, DevelopMENT get murky with a bass-ravaged 4/4 garage blend and Paul Morrell takes us peaktime with a spiky, uncompromising EDM showdown. Each rub ensuring the drop is felt in full effect, this is unashamedly massive.