No, it's not a cover of Brothers Johnson's classic, Quincy Jones-produced dancefloor monster "Stomp." But it is also a great song. Built upon a minimal, kettle drum canvas, "Stomp" teeters forward with delicate, unsettling percussion. SL Jones seems particularly energized, and Chicago producer Tree's unique, ragged-yet-refined rap style still feels like one of hip-hop's best kept secrets.
Download: Tree f. SL Jones, "Stomp"