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Toddla T and Roots Manuva - Watch Me Dance - out on Ninja Tune



Toddla T Roots Manuva Watch Me Dance
Toddla T and Roots Manuva - Watch Me Dance
(12"/Download) Ninja Tune ZEN12286/ZENDNLS286, 2011-08-08

As Toddla T prepares to release his second artist album of the same name, Watch Me Dance, is the follow up single to the brilliant Take It Back feat. Shola Ama. This release does not simply feature Roots Manuva on vocals but is more a collaboration between the two producers. In fact, it was Rodney's original demo that inspired Toddla to mould it into this very version for his album, naturally with Rodney's stamp of approval. Continuing work on the demo resulted in Rodney's own version which will also appear as track two on the single package along with a wealth of remixes including one from Sebastian and the legend that is Andrew Weatherall. The Roots Manuva version will also feature on his fifth studio album, 4everevolution later in the year. This unique release displays the different interpretations borne from the same demo and displays the mutual appreciation between these two highly respected and innovative UK artists. Toddla T's new album Watch Me Dance is released on August 22.

Toddla T Roots Manuva Watch Me Dance
Toddla T and Roots Manuva - Watch Me Dance
(12"/Download) Ninja Tune ZEN12286/ZENDNLS286, 2011-08-08

Roots Manuva - 'Watch Me Dance' (Radio Edit) by Big Dada Sound

Tracklisting :
01. Toddla T - Watch Me Dance with Roots Manuva
02. Roots Manuva - Watch Me Dance
03. Toddla T - Watch Me Dance with Roots Manuva (Andrew Weatherall Remix)
04. Toddla T - Watch Me Dance with Roots Manuva (Sebastian Remix)
05. Toddla T - Watch Me Dance with Roots Manuva' (Heartbreak Remix)
06. Toddla T - Watch Me Dance with Roots Manuva (SX Remix)

Note : Roots Manuva version was released as a single track download on Big Dada Recordings, on june 13th 2011, ref. BDDNL186, taken from the upcoming album, 4everevolution, released 2011 on Big Dada Recordings. It's currently available to download for free on bigdada.com/rootsmanuva.

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



Press Release :
As Toddla T prepares to release his second artist album of the same name, 'Watch Me Dance', is the follow up single to the brilliant 'Take It Back' feat. Shola Ama.

This release does not simply feature Roots Manuva on vocals but is more a collaboration between the two producers. In fact, it was Rodney's original demo that inspired Toddla to mould it into this very version for his album, naturally with Rodney's stamp of approval.

Continuing work on the demo resulted in Rodney's own version which will also appear as track two on the single package along with a wealth of remixes including one from Sebastian and the legend that is Andrew Weatherall. The Roots Manuva version will also feature on his fifth studio album, '4everevolution' later in the year.

This unique release displays the different interpretations borne from the same demo and displays the mutual appreciation between these two highly respected and innovative UK artists.

Toddla T's new album 'Watch Me Dance' is released on August 22.
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