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Princess Nyah new vid & Camera Sketch DVD

Princess Nyah 'Take Control'

Song = meh but damn, I'da give her a pam still (Jamaican's will know what that means, the rest of you can use your dirty mind to imagine)



Cameraman Sketch's new DVD



Live events, mini music videos, interviews and freestyles.

Features from OG'z, Boy Better Know, Bloodline, Asher D, Rude Kid,Wariko, Fangol, Desperado, Trilla, Roll Deep, Nasty Crew, Don Strapzy & many more.

The DVD will be available to buy from www.cameramansketch.co.uk, all HMV stores, UK Record Shop and any independent record store on the 29th November 2010


Got this through email. Hold tight Sketch. Quite interesting seeing his figures. Over 2k sold on "London To Nottingham", and over 3k on second DVD "UK Touring". Thought the D-wi-D game died. That's good still. Will definitely be checking for this.

FIND SKETCH AT

www.youtube.com/user/sketchkraverrip

www.twitter.com/cameramansketch


That's all for today.

Disclaimer: The Princess Nyah vid has nothing to do with Sketch. These are all I can muster up today. Doing 3 other things right now but thought I'd blog for the famdem. Just in case you were wondering.

Should get more for tomorrow. Anyway, check my interview SAS in the previous post. They talk juicy stuff about rejecting a deal with Kanye West just before the accident, then Kanye blocking them from getting a deal. Click here

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