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Hmmm... think I'm running out of catchy titles. Hopefully today is a one-off

Lil McKell got game

This 12 year old is jokes. Can't even remember if my game was as good at 12.

Tinchy + Giggs, Professor Green, Tinie Tempah, Devlin, Example and Chipmunk 'Game Over'

Who you reckon goes the 'ardis on this? I'm undecided. Is it me or is Chipmunk slyly telling everyone on the track he's better than them? I know that's just what rappers do these day but his sounds a bit more "I'm the best on this track"

Chris Brown needs to boot the boots

1st of 3 pics jacked from ThatGrapeJuice, wha gwaan for Chris Brown's boots? He needs to show them the deuces - badum tshh

Damn Ciara

2/3 from ThatGrapeJuice. No words to say about this

Rihanna, marry me? Please? With a cherry on top?

3/3 from ThatGrapeJuice. Even less about this. Actually I lied. Maaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaan she's such a babe!

Jamie Howard interview

Haven't watched this in its entirety yet, but this dude is hilarious! Always cracks me up. Check it out:

Jah Cure featuring Rick Ross & Mavado 'Like I See It'

Blogged about this today, today I post the actual song. More a chilled vibe than I expected/hoped. Neat tune though, more a medz car/radio tune than bruk out gunfinger. Bun a big head (Disclaimer: I don't smoke the reefa) vibe. Hope they make a video for it. Check out my interview with Jah Cure here

Rick Ross: "Lick a shot for Dudus if you real motha..."

Ricky says something Jah Cure pushing Lamborginhi's through Kingston. When I saw Jah Cure driving it was a crisp white BMW 6 series. Pushing a Lambo is a nice thought. We understand you rappers exaggerate your lifestyles/live above your means.

Mavado: "Was born on the gully but I'm big in every city"

Brap brap!

Jah Cure: "We don't need no visa to come through your speaker"

Cure Again puts in the best performance for me.

Who'd have thought an ex-prison officer would be on a track with men with real records? Let's hope he doesn't go telling his ex-work colleagues.


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