Apparently Mala has been instrumental in the progression of the dubstep scene in London, as he has been crafting underground dance tunes for years. Escaping the mainstream wave that the musical movement has taken, Mala has adopted the sounds of Cuba to build his latest project. Dubbing it Mala In Cuba, the 14-track album dives through the beating percussion of Havana, all the while staying true to the cold dance vibes of South London. Few albums as of late blend sonic influences like this one has. Give the album a stream below, as the full album is set to drop for purchase on Sept. 10.