Track of the Day: 'Lights On (feat. Ms. Dynamite)'

Past TracksUK starlet Katy B's "Lights On" is an ode to clubbing, specifically that time of night when last call has gone out, and the house lights have come up. Young Katy and her house-banger-aide-de-camp here, Ms. Dynamite, and not interested in getting their coats and heading home. No, not at all.

"I keep on movin' with the lights on / So come on play me just one more song," Ms. B coos. Dynamite then steps in to join the protest, with her trademark toasting in full flower; she's got too many hot dance moves left in her to go home now. By the second verse, both of these ladies are bragging that it may just take physical force to dislodge them from the dance floor. Trust me, you don't want to mess with these two.



On iTunes (UK only, at this point): Katy B / "Lights On (feat. Ms. Dynamite)"

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