If you are anywhere near the realm of EDM this is guaranteed to heat up the dance floor. The funny thing about Dubstep: Just when you think you’ve had enough of the distressed, midrange effects, the rises and the falls, it grabs you with a new angle. In this case the nostalgia invoked by hearing Black Uhuru’s Mykal Rose is all it takes. The Reggae legend’s distinct chanting pairs seamlessly with the rough and ready vocals of Blufire.
The end result is something that can be blasted both during a live set, and at the height of a fitness challenge. Credit goes to Trinidadian production squad “Ultimate Rejects” for keeping the energy where it needs to be. A visit to their website shows that, unlike many producers of Dubstep, they are not trapped at 140 BPM. See for yourself
The “Rejects” also seem to have an affinity for highlighting their legends of Calypso and Soca. This is the kind of mindset that not only extends the life of a genre, it more firmly establishes the foundation that they are looking to build for themselves.