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Boomkat Product Review:
The Eskiboy maintains his prolific work rate this year, culminating in his most accessible and pop friendly effort to date on a gym toned album packed with dancefloor fillers and bearing production from Hot Chip's Joe Goddard, Mark Ronson and Arthur Baker. The massive hits are all in place, from dance craze inspiring 'Wearing My Rolex', to Daft Punk sampling 'Summertime' and the forthcoming 'Step By Step' produced by Joe Goddard, probably the oddest track we've ever heard Wiley on. The hookup with Mark Ronson and Daniel Merriweather has resulted in the friendly funk of 'Cash In My Pocket' with Ronson's usual spars The Dap Kings providing an authentic but not entirely convincing backing for Wiley to drop some minimal lines, and '5AM' operates as the neccessary (in a pop context) downbeat moment, but manages to fail on many other levels. The Arthur Baker produced 'Turn It Up' continues Wiley's flirtation with the dancefloor on a weirdly camp disco beat you could probably crack on at the family christmas party, and the High Contrast produced 'I Need To Be' pits the man's indomitable skills against a slack big beat track with 'Inner City Life' samples. It's a strange, but somewhat logical set from Wiley and while he may lose a lot of hardcore fans for this effort, he's set to pick up a whole new supporting crew.