It’s no lie that Kanos presence in the scene has been missed and his return to releasing music has been awaited. Along with his stellar offering ‘Trouble,’ he brings us true Grime in the form of ‘Class Of Deja’ featuring elite MCs D Double E & Ghetts.
The uplifting instrumental produced by ‘Blue May’ compliments the MCs styles in the best way possible and is definitely suited for the content Kano, Ghetts & D Double provide in their lyrics. D Double holds the hook down with his signature flow and boasts ‘I Ran up in houses, run up in flats, slapped up dogs & slapped up cats’ The simplicity of the lyrics does nothing but show how formidable D Double can make his bars sound - no matter what he’s saying.
For the verses, Ghetts and Kano adopt an old school Back To Back flow where every other line or so is the other MC. The two combine to create an storm of aggressive & witty flows with poetic wordplay. They state;
‘I can kill an MC with Presence alone. Level and tone. Timeless and definite flow’
The line after line method builds an amazing energy and this record will no doubt bring some attention back to the Grime scene. This is the type of music that will end the term ‘Grime Is Dead’ and respect to these three legends for this tune which will be a banger that stands the test of time.