If you've ever wondered what a fusion of Stevie Wonder style clavinets, old skool electro breaks and the party-hearty rumble of hip-house would sound like (we certainly have, though not on that many occasions), this single from Nine Lives delivers an emphatic answer. It's excellent, as it turns out, with booming analogue bass and cheeky clavs propelling the action towards the dancefloor with the air of a drunken man desperately searching for a playmate. There's little remarkably new about it, but Nine Lives' deft production guarantees good times throughout. For the record, there's a solid instrumental included for those who don't like the rap.
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