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Toddla T - Take It Back - out on Ninja Tune



Toddla T Take It Back
Toddla T - Take It Back
(12"/Download) Ninja Tune ZEN12285/ZENDNLS285, 2011-05-23

The first single to be taken from Toddla T's forthcoming new album will be the brilliant, Soul II Soul-esque Take it Back featuring Shola Ama and J2K. Released on May 23, it's a perfect introduction to his Skanky Skanky follow up. Since the release of his debut in 2009, Toddla has been working non stop on his second album Watch Me Dance (scheduled for August 2011). He's been busy writing and recording in Sheffield, London and Jamaica, slotting in sessions between his mind-numbing DJ schedule and Radio 1 DJ slots. In ensuring Watch Me Dance was everything Toddla envisaged it could be he's carefully selected an impressive line up of friends, peers and musical icons to guest vocal, co-produce, remix, co-write with him on the album. Names including previous collaborator Roots Manuva, fellow DJ, producer and remixer Skream, Ms Dynamite, Ross Orton, Wayne Marshall, Donaeo, Roisin Murphy and of course Shola Ama. Remixes of Take It Back will come from The 2 Bears, Dillion Francis, D1, Des Demure and DJ Q. - completing the re-introduction to our boy Toddla as he prepares to stamp his mark all over summer 2011.

Toddla T Take It Back
Toddla T - Take It Back
(12"/Download) Ninja Tune ZEN12285/ZENDNLS285, 2011-05-23

Toddla T - 'Take It Back (Radio Edit)' by toddla_t

Toddla T - 'Take It Back' (Dillon Francis Remix) by toddla_t

Tracklisting :
01. Take It Back (Club Edit) (04:20)
02. Take It Back (The 2 Bears Remix) (07:39)
03. Take It Back (D1 Remix) (04:43)
04. Take It Back (Dillon Francis Remix) (04:51)
05. Take It Back (Des Demure Remix) (05:35)
06. Take It Back (DJ Q Remix) (05:06)

Links :
Toddla T : official | facebook | soundcloud | twitter | myspace | wikipedia
Ninja Tune : official | facebook | french promo agency | myspace | soundcloud | twitter | youtube



Press Release :
Toddla T - back with new single & album for 2011

The first single to be taken from Toddla T's forthcoming new album will be the brilliant, Soul II Soul-esque 'Take it Back' featuring Shola Ama and J2K.

Released on May 23, it's a perfect introduction to his Skanky Skanky follow up - take a listen right away @ www.toddlat.com

Since the release of his debut in 2009, Toddla has been working non stop on his second album 'Watch Me Dance' (Aug 2011). He's been busy writing and recording in Sheffield, London and Jamaica, slotting in sessions between his mind-numbing DJ schedule and Radio 1 DJ slots.

In ensuring 'Watch Me Dance' was everything Toddla envisaged it could be he's carefully selected an impressive line up of friends, peers and musical icons to guest vocal, co-produce, remix, co-write with him on the album. Names including previous collaborator Roots Manuva, fellow DJ, producer and remixer Skream, Ms Dynamite, Ross Orton, Wayne Marshall, Donaeo, Roisin Murphy and of course Shola Ama.

Remixes of 'Take It Back' will come from The 2 Bears
Dillion Francis, D1, Des Demure and DJ Q. - completing the re-introduction to our boy Toddla as he prepares to stamp his mark all over summer 2011.
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