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FAO Wiley: which Take That member did you see in Bedford Nightclub?

I wonder which member he saw? I'd only recognise Jason Orange (the Shaggy haired guy that was in one of the Celeb BB's) or Gary Barlow but neither of them seem the raving type. Especially not in a club I'd imagine Wiley would go to. Hmm... anyway, my money's on Jason Orange.

LET US KNOW WILEY!!! Did you say something like "Rah I swear you're a member of that crew Take That?" That musta been "well weird", Wiley having a convo with a member of Take That. Just imagine if the member spat "It's Wiley and I'm gettin 'em hyper" whilst spuddin him as a greeting? Bare excitement innadis!

Shame its getting released the week after Christmas though (28th December go cop that late stocking filler tingsdem). Sales aren't usually that great them times unless its Boxing Day sales. Hope it still gets the major love it deserves. Also hope his run lasts longer the last time, he most definitely deserves it.

Send your answers in on the back of a stamped postcard.

And whilst you deyah (that means here NOT there - common mistake people make), check my interview with Skeppy/Skepta/Mic Champion/"Junior, Junior, Junior, suck ya m*m until she's in pain". It's the best interview you'll read with him all day!

Sidebar: With Grime (or ex-grime?) guys making the big hits and all the focus placed firmly back on them for a source of new talent in the UK urban/pop scene, is UK Funky dead? Just a question because I haven't heard any new funky songs in a while and all the videos being made are for songs that were big in summer. "Failed grime" mc's jumped on the Funky wagon 'cos they weren't getting love, wonder if they bought a return ticket!

Keep grinding lads and lasses your time may come


  1. It was Mark Owen (Who came in to use the fag machin)... The club was Chapel 29/Pure....


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