Spooky made the dancehall-sampling "Joyride" back in grime's heyday, only to update it by mashing it with yet another bashment classic to make "Coolie Joyride" a few years later. The result was a tune that mainlined grime back to its Jamaican roots, but that wasn't the end of it—Oil Gang then released a vinyl-only remix EP, including an outstanding Asian-inflected flip by Murlo, complete with his trade mark synth leads. Finally, to top it all off, with that remix in the hands of the public, Murlo made ANOTHER VIP to play out himself, abstracting the original even further. It's an approach emblematic of a scene that's continuously recycling and reinventing itself.