Are you ready to party? Well, you'd better be. Sheffield-based producer Toddla T is here to play the role of the over-enthusiastic host of an underwhelming house party, chivvying his guests into dancing, forcing them to join in the half-hearted karaoke, and generally doing everything short of grabbing them by the wrists and forcing them to clap along with the music. Watch Me Dance is a brash dance-pop record notable for its thumping, day-glo obviousness.
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