This is a strange number that merits attention for a number of reasons. Firstly, the impressively twisting beat that manages to chuck a bit of everything into the pot and still come out edible. The melody and chorus also impress, with the straightforward ambition working well in an obvious kind of way. However, the vocals of either artist aren’t the best. D-Sarb just sounds like another poor singer saved by studio effects, and Pyrelli, although a nice guy, contributes nothing to the song, as he’s never really been the most impressive of rappers. All in all, solid but with a bit more effort, it might have been a lot better, and with some clever thinking could have been quite the club banger.