I have to say as an ardent Roni Size fan this is his best effort so far. This track needs to played in poncey student unions and other non believing to change the opinion that d&b is unitelligent, generic and inaccessible. Beverly Knight's soulful sound floats over the track and Dynamite never fails to impress with tight concise rhyming. This is one of the most profound UK urban tracks of our time bringing the topical and immotive subject of gun crime into the limelight. (if it wasn't already) The production is spot on on a par with Brown Paper Bag.