"T-A-Z they can't contain you" goes the pumped up chorus, and it's a pretty accurate statement on the strength of this energetic track. Here's a man who comes across as self-assured but not arrogant, someone who'll do what he wants, saying to the critics "don't need your approval, you know where you can stick it".
The groove is a stop-start, fast-slow rhythm, instantly catchy and giving Taz enough room to breathe vocally. His accent is curious and distinctive, a hybrid of Jamaica and South London, and the rhymes are sharp, incisive, and, for once, easy to hear.
Taz produced Dizzee Rascal's debut album, and brings those qualities to his own material although he is slightly less in your face vocally. This is a great track, and an indication that the sound of Taz is set to rise big time this summer.