Horace Andy requires no introduction. From ’70s Studio One classics like “Skylarking,” to his seminal dancehall recordings with Lloyd “Bullwackie” Barnes in the ’80s, and his work with trip-hop kings Massive Attack in the ’90s, Andy has been making great music for generations. With a voice as timeless as his, he’ll probably still be killing it for years to come, as well. LeaLea Jones, on the other hand, is a new name to us. “The Road,” the first single from the young British singer’s upcoming debut album, pairs her neo-soul-esque vocals with a labyrinthine dub riddim, triumphant horns and a typically killer turn from Andy. In fact, the veteran practically hijacks the song from young Ms. Jones, after first popping up at the 2-minute mark, on some LET ME SHOW YOU HOW TO DO THIS business. Let us know what you think of it all in the comments.