Album: The Ascent (2012)
Charted: 1
  • This summer jam from British Grime artist Wiley features vocals from Urban Development Vocal Collective's Dayo Olatunji, aka Ms D. The British songstress is best known for her singing part on Chipmunk's chart-topper "Oopsy Daisy."
  • This tribute to sunshine and all things summery was Wiley's first solo #1 single. He'd previous reached the top spot as a member of the grime music collective Roll Deep with "Good Times" and "Green Light."


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