Future Brown came out of the gate this summer with "Wanna Party," boosting some sweetly venomous verse from Chicago rapper Tink with an unusual palette of rhythmically clanging bells. It's got the kind of clipped melodicism that gets stuck in your head forever, which left us anxiously awaiting a second missive from the production team, which brings together global dance music-loving, warehouse rave regulars Fatima al Qadiri, Nguzunguzu and Lit City founder J-Cush. A seeming ode to grime's past, present and future world dominance, "World's Mine" comes ahead of an appearance from the group at MoMA PS1 this Sunday, and rolls rapid-fire boasts from London MCs Prince Rapid, Dirty Danger and Roachee over some beguilingly breathy, pointedly grime-like synth sounds. Future Brown is currently readying a debut LP for 2014, featuring another track with the guests that appear on this one in addition to collaborations with Tink, Shawnna, 3D Na'tee, Maluca, Riko Dan, Ian Isiah and Kelela, among others vocalists.
Stream: Future Brown feat. Prince Rapid, Dirty Danger & Roachee, "World's Mine"