It’s been a long time coming, but Taio’s finally made it across the pond and arrived stateside. Though his debut album Departure was released in 2008 and the unstoppable first single “Movin’ On” included a perfect remix treatment by Spencer & Hill, it wasn’t until Ludacris was cast on “Break Your Heart” as the “American radio icon that makes the U.K. artist sell” that he got his chance to get some recognition. “Dynamite,” the second single off Rokstarr, is less a coherent statement than an addictive rhythm; that, and simple words proclaiming that he’s tired and ready to dance and that he’s going to be the last one on the floor. “’Cause we gon’ rock this club/We gon’ go all night/We gon’ light it up/Like it’s dynamite.” Look beyond the incoherence and you’ll find yourself amidst an unstoppable pile of hooky elements that more than make up for its lack of content. Unlike the first single, “Dynamite” was given a proper remix treatment and includes megaton mixes by Ralphi Rosario, Mixin Marc and Stonebridge. And while it’s unlikely to make much of an impact in the gay Circuit, make your way out to straight clubs on the Sunset Strip, where this will doubtlessly be the boom and the rhythm in the speakers that makes all the waifish girls teeter in their heels and spill their cosmos.