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Win Tickets to see RnB legend Joe perform live!

This event is guaranteed to be a roadblock. *cough Nuff gyal!*

Win 2 Tickets to see US RnB legend Joe @ Sunday Show in Sound, Leicester Square on Sunday 31st October 2010 answer this simple question:

I love reggae/dancehall, so finish the name of this song which featured a dancehall-ish artist.

'I'm In [blankety blank]'?

A. Muff
B. Luv
C. Blud

Email answer to and the winner will be selected at random on Saturday.


* Tickets will be reserved on the door.
* The winner will be chosen on Saturday 30th October 2010 at midday
* Tickets must be collected before 8pm on 31st October 2010 from the venue
* For more information on the event please email the promoter on

Further info:

Remember "You have to be in it to win it" & "Nothing ventured nothing gained". Don't be the one who got there late, joint the long line and never got in. Likewise don't be the one reading about how good it was on Twitter/Facebook. Enter!

Check my interview with Joe here. We spoke about old R&B artists sticking with tired-and-tested concepts for songs, competing with the Donell Jones, R. Kelly and Ginuwine, and the situation/beef with R. Kelly but singing R. Kelly's songs.

p.s. Ed Sheeran is a don!

RD have a ridiculous banger!

Darren B is the black singer yout' from the LG mobile phone advert. Also done a song with Sway

Mo is hilarious! So should be a good night out


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