Over the years, Gilles Peterson has done a lot for the British jazz scene so it makes sense that his label, Brownswood, would play host to a genre-defining compilation like We Out Here. Overseen by Shabaka Hutchings, the 9-track album serves as a who's-who of London jazz with Moses Boyd, Theon Cross and Nubya Garcia all featuring, as well as Ezra Collective and Hutchings himself. However, one track from We Out Here has gone on to outshine them all—KOKOROKO's "Abusey Junction", which is probably the biggest track in the scene right now. Led by Sheila Maurice-Grey, it is currently sat on 20 million plays just on YouTube alone. A perfectly smooth seven minutes of meandering guitars, delicate polyrhythms and uplifting horns, it's the standout track on a record that will define London jazz for years to come.