We all know how well this hood staple goes down in a club, but it was never quite suited to a straight-up house set. "I was in a cab in London when I heard the track come on the radio and I decided to edit it," Sonny told Complex via email. "I dropped the track at Studio 338 in London that weekend, and the club went crazy."
It's been pretty cool seeing UK rap penetrating house music culture in the same way US hip-hop did in the late '80s and early '90s. With any luck, we'll see more of this in the future as the genre gets a more permanent foothold in the world of music.
Listen to Sonny Fodera's edit exclusively below.