Toddla T's latest album, Watch Me Dance, is an exercise in forward-thinking nostalgia. The young UK producer dropped 11 tracks that touch upon a variety of Jamaican-influenced dance music, from dancehall to grime. Now, a month after the album's release, he's prepped "Streets So Warm," the third single from the album, which features four divergent takes on the track courtesy of Zed Bias, Ross Orton & Pipes, and Serial Killaz. As a teaser, we've been slipped Zed Bias' "Old Skool Remix," a version that takes the original's stoned dancehall groove and layers it on top of a quick-footed 2-step rhythm accented by '80s arcade noises. "Streets So Warm" comes out October 17, and this week Toddla T is wrapping up the last leg of his North American tour with Roska. Check below to see if they're playing near you.
WED 9/28 San Francisco, CA - Vessel
THU 9/29 Denver, CO - Cervantes
FRI 9/30 Vancouver, BC - Celebrities
Streets So Warm (Zed Bias Old Skool Remix)