To be honest, by the time we heard Kyla's "Do You Mind" and decided it was going to be our summer ’09 anthem, we were reading messageboards with people saying this was their personal summer ’08 anthem. Granted, that wasn't the case for the majority of Brits, but they certainly had a birthright's jump start on UK funky, the newish house-ier, more buoyant extension of UK garage, grime and bassline. For Fuzzy Logik and Egypt's "In the Morning," we're only finding tastemakers going back to January big upping the big choon, and that's when it was just first being released, tiny toe in enormous funky waters. "In the Morning" is a simple track, hard stutter drums against digital rubberized steel drums and Egypt's sweet waft to "let your love come in." Check her on ChoiceFM recently discussing the track, her American soul influences and her new song—which whoever edited the video has spitefully cut out.
Download: Fuzzy Logik f. Egypt, "In the Morning"