Well this is an absolute treat of a new record from SIDIZEN KING and The Strike. I'm a huge fan of hip-hop, electronic pop crossovers and the dance-ability of this record simply pushes it into overdrive. KING's verses just go down with ease and the chorus vocals courtesy of The Strike's frontman Chris Crabb inspire some definite Michael Jackson comparisons. Lyrically KING states that his verses come from a dark place, a "toxic relationship that felt like perpetual war." However the upbeat energetic nature of the instrumental allows the track to still beam like a light. Relative newcomer SIDIZEN KING already has a hype machine #1 for a cool cover of The Chainsmoker's "Don't Let Me Down" and we have high aspirations for this one. Better hop on this bandwagon now, because it's definitely picking up steam. You can also nab this as a free download here.