I actually prefer this version. I love the variation that the Unfriendly Neighbours bring. BiggaMan does perhaps his best verse, certainly that I've ever heard anyway, and to think he heard the track and half an hour later it was complete. The same with Joey G-Zus, who would feature heavily on my future releases. His Yorkshire inflections on this one are indicative of just how good UK hip-hop can be, and should be.
Rounds off the record nicely, The Deepest Cellar for me detailed just how soulful, funny and hard-hittingly political hip-hop music can be. It matters not who is the biggest or who is the best, but that we're all having a good time.
Matt Henshaw x