Okay, so Vadim's latest might not be straight hip hop, but heck, he's a bloody nice bloke and has a back catalogue steeped in hip hop productions.
Musically its a re-rub of Matthew McAnuff's 2008 Be Careful riddim, with some input from the horn section of Brighton's King Porter Stomp and vocals from Demolition Man. Demo collaborated with Vadim in 2007 for The Soundcatcher Extras LP, then again in 2014 for the original collection Dubcatcher. Now in early 2016 we get a sequel in the double gatefold album Dubcatcher 2 (Wicked My Yout). From that we have the first 7" single Fussin N Fightin, which is limited to 100copies on vinyl. btw, the flip's version is heavier on the horns, though Demo's infectious vocals are hard to bypass.
Trivia: Aussie lads RESIN DOGS recorded a track with Demolition Man for Peace and Love back in 2008.
Limited 45 available here.