Originally released this spring, Deekline and Ed Solo return to their hype-heaving vocalist hoedown with two more interesting versions. First up is Deekline himself with his own twist on the trap story; adding a huge cavernous bass tone to the 808s, it's distinctively Deekline while referencing the current Atlanta-born bass phenomenon. Mike Delinquent, meanwhile, pays respect to the original's two-step arrangement while adding his own sense of low-end drama. Champion sounds!
Taken from their jam-packed, juicy fruit debut LP Bounce N Shake, "Number 1 Champion" sees Deekline and Solo riding bareback on a classic 90s garage vibe while Million Dan, Kidd Money and MC Flispide go loco on the mic. Chanting in chorus while taking their own bars very seriously indeed, the collective conjure up toxic levels of energy. Remix-wise Keith and Fixx up the ante for a traditional tear-out breakbeat remix and Smookie Illson polishes up the synth hook before dropping into a devastating 4/4 bass romp.