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Boomkat Product Review:
Toddla's party-soaked sophomore album. Sheffield's top export and Radio 1 resident DJ arrives at a genuinely populist sound, building on the deep roots laid over some half century of Jamaican pop music in the UK charts. This is heard no better than in the swaggering funk of lead and title tune 'Watch Me Dance', roping in this island's most recognisable UK/JA MC Roots Manuva for a rollicking boogie-rock number. Next it's the piano rave roll of 'Watch Me Dance' to unite the floor while 'Cruise Control' touches on a rogue Ragga-Breaks vibe replete with fast chat and Soundsystem sirens. At the album's most refined apex is 'Cherry Picking' featuring Roisin Murphy on a squashed Dancehall bass and neat flashes of late '80s synth float, before the prescient politics of 'Streets So Warm' and the Major Lazer-esque bounce of 'Badman Flu'. The UK/JA connection finds another peak on the gospel tinged, Ms Dynamite-starring 'How Beautiful It Could Be', a pure feel-good waist-winder, besides the 'ardcore Northern soul of 'Do It Your Way' featuring legendary UK vocalist Terri Walker.