This 13 strong collective are Dizzee Rascal's former crew and seem set to become the poppier face of 'grime'. Shake A Leg is danceable, commercial and almost as insanely catchy as the band's previous single The Avenue.
Unlike its predecessor, Shake A Leg doesn't overtly rely on a sample - where The Avenue didn't so much sample The Maisonettes' Heartache Avenue but rather made the entire song from it, this has a personality of its own. It also rather cleverly dismisses accusations of sellout - "you know I don't spit on tracks like this" runs an early line before Wiley gets into the groove.
A different MC deals with each verse, and the salsa rhythm makes the track perfect for a party. It may be light years away from The Streets' kitchen sink dramas or The Mitchell Brothers' gritty social commentary, but for the lighter side of grime, look no further than Roll Deep.