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Told you badman listen Kylie

Haven't blogged in a while, and for that I apologise. Thought I'd share this tune with you whilst I'm here. Been bubbling for a good month now, hasn't quite buss in England yet, but it's only a matter of time - even if that time is about 3 months from now, you know how these top 40 commercial urban DJ's take forever.

Got that slow whine/scrubs against the nearest wall/ pilar/ mampi (2010 is the year of using mampi's as leaning posts. Obese girls need love too even if it's only 2nd hand). It annoys me that he says Votswana instead of Botswana, unless there is a new country in Africa I'm unaware of. Send answers on a stamped & addressed postcare to

At this point I would like point out they used a Kylie chorus

Now you may or may not remember this blog post from my "Real Badman Never Afraid" series where I showed examples of the urban world under the influence of Kylie, and you probably LOLd. But as the young wise internet savvy man said: "He who LOLs last LMAOs" - guess who is LMAOin? Told you badman listen to Kylie!

Oh what, you wanna argue with a man who singjayed (is that a word? You know what I mean) "Weh dem a say, weh dem a say? You nuh'affi talk fassyhole touch a button" (What did you say, what did you say? You don't have to talk *expletive* pull the trigger)? Not too much the countless others like: "When this squeeze, them find boy head at ease/ Boy flat like banana leaves"? Nah, me neither

This tune is also massive!


  1. i've got a kid kurrupt remix of kylie's can't get you out of my head tune somewhere. big


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