Jason McDermott AKA Stylo G has has been called reggae’s man of the moment, but Stylo has been in the game for a while now.

This Jamaican-born 28-year old has been stamping his mark on the British urban music scene, first breaking through on the grime banger ‘My Yout’ back in 2004. Check it out, Stylo on the hook with the 14-year old Sickman and IceKid on the verse, a catchy wee number.

Although his grime moment was relatively underground, his first breakthrough tune was the unmistakable ‘Call Mi a Yardie’. Released in late 2011, this track shot the young man in to stardom. ‘Call Mi a Yardie’ received rave reviews and heavy air time on all mediums, as well as some pretty recognisable remixes. Naturally he gained some media attention, as well as attention from fellow artists, and even making a fan out of Usain Bolt.

Not that Stylo G has ever slowed down, but he hadn’t received as much mainstream air time until May this year, with the release of ‘Soundbwoy’. Charting it’s release at number 18 on the UK Singles Chart, ‘Soundbwoy’ is a straight up, head-nodding, foot-shuffling, floor filler. It is a bashment, dubstep, dancehall influenced catchy number that will have even the staunchest wallflower up and winding their asses on the floor. I can guarantee you that within minutes of pressing play on this tune you will be hooked.

Although I’m a bit late on the review, I’m just in time to review this tune for summer. Check it!

Danny 2 Chains