[RATING: 5] The second of two upcoming Hero Records collaborations with Long Island legends Q Ball & Curt Cazal (and in fact the first to be released) is this which finds Manchester producer Frameworks renewing his acquaintance with the former J.V.C. F.O.R.C.E. rappers. Back To The Music is a woozy Aim-ish beat backed with a sweet Renegades Of Jazz remix of classic banger – er – Classic from the last time they worked together and packed with more lyrical fire than a career’s worth of albums by lesser spitters including the immortal, “I like my money dirty, like my honey flirty, she drive it like she twenty, she ride it like she thirty.” I should bloody coco!
(Out 2 February on Hero Records)