Roll Deep and the godfather of grime, Wiley reunite to form what can only be considered as a hot contender for this Summer's dance-pop anthem in new single, "All or Nothing". Celebrating their 10 Year Anniversary as a collective, this infectious track, already A-List at Choice FM and play listed at 1xtra, will be available to all June 30th via Relentless Records. The track features sultry vocals from Camille and production from rising super-producer Rymez, who's previous credits include Wretch 32, Tinie Tempah and Wiley himself.
Wiley speaks of the collaboration "All or nothing is a song for the summer and Roll Deep is my history, it's where it all started for me and I feel most comfortable when I'm making music with my brothers and that's Roll Deep ..."
Roll Deep, founded by Wiley back in 2002, were a staple fixture on the legendary Rinse FM roster, where the emcees honed their rhyming skills and DJ Target, Daniel Baker (aka Danny Weed) and Karnage dealt with deck duties, often playing entire sets made up of the crews self-produced beats.
Following their tremendous underground success, their debut album, In At The Deep End, was released via Relentless Records in 2003, spawning hit singles 'The Avenue', 'Shake A Leg' and underground anthem 'When I'm Ere'. The record went on to achieving gold status, shifting over 100,000 copies, a few changes in the crew's line-up signalled a short hiatus from which they returned with their independent street compilation, Rules And Regulations, a nod of thanks to their loyal fan base. Roll Deep then followed with their fourth studio album, Winner Stays On, via Virgin Records including both of their number 1 hits 'Good Times and 'Green Light'.