Intense heavy weight clash in one track with bubbling synth-led grime in one corner and deep soulful bass music in the other. They go at it hammer and tongs til about 3 minutes in, when the soul delivers the knockout blow and comes pouring through the speakers like a burst of sunshine in an eternally wet and windy British spring.
It’s tempting to compare Flava D to Cooly G because they’re both woman, they both have a letter for a 2nd name and they both make incredible music, skirting around the perimeters of garage, funky and bass. But I won’t of course.
If you’re not feeling this one, adjust your audio settings and reinstall your ears.