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A-List - Midnight Lover [Vid]

Wiley's latest project, A-List release Midnite Lover, and it's a steamy one




Songs hmmmm not sure if it's my thing, but the girls are the highlight. Wrigley and Brazen's girls are the best

Forget a F64, I'd rap every verse myself just so I can appear alongside these 6 females,

Disclaimer: Before I start posting pics, I will say I have no right to own or post these pics (even though they are on Google/Facebook/Twitter) but ladies I hope you don't mind. You all look fabulous else you wouldn't have made it in these pages, bel'eeeeeeeee dat!

Video would open with an obvious choice; A-List singer and overall hottest UK singer in the whole entire... UK, the beautiful Sadie Ama


Just as a bonus

Phwoar!!!

Next scene would involve Grime Daily presenter and model, Donatella



I'd feed Max from 1Xtra grapes while I spit my verse


We need Max back on TV. A woman with such an adorable face shouldn't be stuck on radio. No disrespect but I can understand why Choice FM's Jenny Francis is on radio; she has a seductive radio voice with a face fit for radio, but Max?

A lady I used to fancy in my school days, Lisa Maffia, who has actually improved with age



I never fancied Jamelia in School days, now is a completely different dance. She does dis ting on so many levels.



Last scene would involve staring at... sorry into Shay's, erm... eyes



Well you can't see them, but yeah, they're nice

If you never guessed, this was an excuse for me to post some UK females I fancy. If any of you read this and want to contact me regarding the illegal use of pics, feel free to email me @ marvin.sparks220@gmail.com No need for managers, lawyers or attorneys, we can settle it over a couple of pints and Nando's

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  1. with the exception of fake knockers and Jamelia you are just another sold out N..Fool with no eye for beauty unless its mixed with white- get a job and get a life

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