In 1989, Soul II Soul took the world by storm with with their confidently entitled debut album Club Classics Vol. One. It was a completely fresh breeze that blew through contemporary soul and dance. ‘Keep on Movin” and ‘Back to Life’ were bonafide classics, but it was the album’s second track that started it all for Jazzie B and his collaborators. Soul II Soul had been a party sound system that had experimented in music-making. ‘Fairplay’ was an experimentation that resulted in a dub plate, which became a calling card and helped them secure a recording contract with Virgin Records.