Toronto has become something of a hotbed for talent in recent years and Roy Wood$ is a prime example. Having previously collaborated with Sha Hustle and rising lyricist Dej Loaf on 'I Got', Roy unveils the fantastic 'All of You'.

You'd be lying if you couldn't hear the Michael Jackson influences in his vocal delivery but at the same time there's this silky-yet-raw delivery that's unique to him. Lyrically, the track speaks of bohemic, drug-infused afterparty lust - a life that he's accustomed to since arriving on his local music scene last year. The minimal Unify production - an R&B/Hip-Hop hybrid that's commonly being referred to as the "Toronto sound" these days - allows Wood$ voice to take centre stage amongst the action.