Superproducer Mark Ronson has revealed details of his upcoming collaboration with the queen of London's dubstep scene, Katy B.
The track is a Coca Cola sponsored collaboration which is said to include samples of Olympic athletes in training. So expect loads of panting and grunting. The track is called 'Anywhere In The World'.
"I think Katy B encapsulates Young London in a way I never could," says Ronson, who says Katy was his first choice to appear on the track, who splits time between the U.S. and the UK. "She reps London harder than anyone song-wise since Lily Allen."
"[The athletes] were excited but at the same time they are in the middle of training," says Ronson of the sports stars sampled for the track. "They're some of the most focused and determined people I've ever met in a way that makes musicians look like slackers. Which we are."
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