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Katy B back on funky

Katy B returns to the sound that made her popular to most of us in the first place. I know she does soul with the Illersapiens (I think that's their name anyway). Tune's alright, but I prefer hearing her on Dubstep-sounding stuff

British granny marries Gambian waiter 35 years her junior

And she's surprised all he wanted was her Visa (you thought I was about to say something else innit? You twisted people). I mean just look at the happy couple

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He definitely matched up to the tall and dark description woman go gaga for. Definitely a Bad Romance this one. Old biddy fell for the oldest trick in the book. Sorry dear, can't say I feel sorry for you to be honest. Demba (even the name sounds scary), you opportunist you. Didn't play your cards right though, did ya? (No Bruce Forsyth)

Did you name your baby Oliver or Olivia?

These are the most popular names for newborns in Britain (source). Technically Mohammed/Muhammad x12 different spellings is number 1, but that's a bit unfair really. The top 10 girls names aren't bad; Ruby, Chloe, Emily, Sophie, Jessica, Grace, Amelia and Evie are timeless. They all sound cute like "Awwww look at little Ruby/Chloe/Emily..." Not sure about how cool Ruby sounds for a teenager though.

The mandem names certainly aren't repping. Jack's alright, William and James are timeless, but Alfie? You know that's Alfred right? Sounds alright for a baby but what about when he becomes a man? That ain't cool.

But I've had a thought, if it's cool to name your babies old people's names (because let's be honest, they're old people's names), I'm naming my unborn, not-yet-conceived foetus Winstone, Norman (pronounced Narmun), Rupert or Delroy. The chick will be called Beverly, Hyacinth or Margaret. New trend.

And for the record, I see no harm in Monique's, Tanisha's, Keisha's etc. The name doesn't define the kid. And just because it's a stereotypically black working class names, doesn't make it "ghetto". Just saying. And anyway, why is "ghetto" substitute for "black"? In fat, ufkc it, I'm gonna name my daughter Shanice. Watch and see *raises black gloved fist*

Nicki Minaj 'Right Thru Me'

She's a stunner, can spit, even hold a note on track, but fk me she makes some dead songs. I think she's trying to hard to be a rap Gaga x female version of Drake and please the Perez Hilton's of this world. JUST RAP! Watch the video though. Not gonna lie, I screwed my face at this yout' with her sitting on him in the bed. When they came close I said "Anyhow he kisses her I'm gonna be vex".

Throwback Tune of the Day: Eve 'Love is Blind'

In response to the above video, I thought I'd relive this classic. How a woman should rap. Rep the gyallie! Ruff Ryders first lady reps for the ladies in abusive relationships, produced by Swizz Beats. Ruff Ryyyyderrrrsss!


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