You'll struggle to find many links between Brooklyn, New York and Ipswich, England. Except perhaps that of the music of Ipswich born MC, Booda French and Brooklyn dwelling producer, J57 (of the talented Brown Bag All Stars) who combine once again on this limited 250 piece turquoise coloured vinyl. J57, producer of artists such as Action Bronson, Joey Bada$$, Homeboy Sandman, Joell Ortiz, Blame One and a host more provides the music to both sides. "Dreams Of Brooklyn", which features the lead singer of British bands Millionaires By Morning and Pistols & Vultures, Carnell Cook, is a laid back number with Booda's signature drawn out slurring. The b-side, a certified head nodder, is most noticeable from being the intro soundtrack to the most viewed British rap battle of all time (Mark Grist Vs Blizzard on Don't Flop), reaching 4 million views and climbing, in which Booda reminisces on growing up in an unlikely breading ground for this 7", Ipswich.