Album: Yet to Be Titled (2015)
Charted: 58
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  • DJ Fresh teamed up with English drum and bass producer and DJ Adam F for this track. The song pays homage to Renegade's 1994 jungle tune "Terrorist." Fresh, real name Daniel Stein, told The Sun: "Adam and I are good mates with a lot of history. It became apparent we had the same vision for drum 'n' bass. We came up with that track and it felt like the right time to be pushing the original jungle sound again."
  • The song features vocals from Yola Carter (real name Yolanda Quartey). A member of the Bristolian country/soul band Phantom Limb, Carter has written and sung on Chase and Status' "Blind Faith" and Duke Dumont's "Won't Look Back."
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