Yela stepped out of his comfort zone when unexpectedly working with Ed Sheeran earlier this year and though the music was good, this is better suited to his high-octane style. Travis sets up an insanely quick production, with speedy drums and pulsating bass combining to give Yela a strong backdrop to work with, and his flow doesn’t shirk the responsibility. The verses are full of lightning quick raps, including a mind-bendingly fast burst halfway through the track, whilst his work on the hook is anthemic and downright catchy. Yela’s always had a punk influence on his work, and it definitely shines through on this one. Rapid raps over a sharp production with a hook that’ll get you bouncing around the room. No complaints here.