This bangs in a whole new different way for one of Blah’s leading figures Stinkin Slumrok. You’ve got to love the ability of the label to continuously surprise. Pretty sure an instrumental with this much bounce and sunshine evoking warmth isn’t what anyone was expecting when hitting play on this the first time. Props to Lee Scott and Jack Chard for the eclectic musical switch-up which features Slummy in flow focused mode. Deftly balancing his corrosive lyrical approach with a highly persistent hook that refuses to be confined solely to the chorus and muscles its way into the verse construction from the start, Slumrok sticks the landing on ‘YEAYEAYEA’ and executes something unique. Instant Blah classic.