Having crossed paths many times over the years, in clubs and at festivals, and mutually admired each other's destructive potential in the dance, D Double E, and The Bug had spoken for time, about a killer collab, and "Box" is truly that. Written specifically for Double, by the Bugman, to amplify the MC's warp factor flow, the producer propels his trademark weight with an off kilter swing. The result is an unusually catchy dancefloor banger, that heads resolutely back to the club, after the moody narrative detours of 2014's Angels & Devils.
Meanwhile, "Iceman" has already been heralded as the new "Skeng," by the many DJs who have already dropped it on dubplate. From Mala, to Mary Ann Hobbs, via Rodigan, Logan Sama and Kode 9, its already left massive floor craters prior to release. Its the sound of yardie badman Riko Dan getting low down and dirty on a seriously nasty Bug riddim. A monster. Having finally hooked up with two of the most singular voices in grime, this EP marks the beginning of more lethal collabs to follow, with the finest filthmasters, the UK has to offer on the mic. "Box/Iceman" signifies The Bug's intent to indelibly mash up the dance again and again.