M.I.A.'s style of making world music—laying electrifying raps over global club fire—left its mark all over dance, indie, and electronic's subgenres. Elliphant's "Revolusion" is a thrash-trap banger informed by M.I.A.'s politicized patois and bit-crunched punk, while Grimes' "Kill V. Maim" is an art-damaged electro sing-along reminiscent of the M.I.A.'s debut. On "Express Yourself," Diplo—who produced a good chunk of M.I.A.'s early tracks—brings the twerking bass of New Orleans bounce to the mainstream with Nicky da B.