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Chronik 'Ring'

This tune is a madness!!!!!!!! Chronik is a Slew Dem member along with Tempa T. This is Tempz's flow and delivery. Not sure who came with the style first cos I'm not grime like that. Either way, this tune is a proper hype. Logan ended his show with this a couple weeks ago sending the grime fraternity on Twitter into a frezy

"Guys think that they're sendin' for me
SEND FOR ME THEN IF THEY'RE SENDING FOR ME
I dare one of them to physically touch
Catch man on the phone cheesing in JD
You thought you was hype that night
STAMP!"

RIIIIIINNNNNNGGGGGGGGG!!!



Orange Hill Production 'Dan Man'

Ras Kwame and Jnr. Tubby, son of dub pioneer King Tubby, to form Orange Hill Productions. Don't know what Orange Hill signifies? Hint: Ras Kwame has dreadlocks. Together they've teamed up with Richie Dan and Chino, son of Freddie MGregor/brother to leading dancehall producer Stephen McGregor for a 2010 version of UKG (UK Garage) classic Dan Man.

ORANGE HILL PRODUCTIONS-DAN MAN FT. CHINO & RITCHIE DAN(ORIGINAL MASTER WAV.) by ORANGE HILL PRODUCTIONS

Sounds a bit Pon Di Floor-ish innit? Can't find the original on YouTube. Tune knocked.

As with everything there is a dubstep version, and like always, I am not complaining.

ORANGE HILL PRODUCTIONS-DAN MAN FT. CHINO & RITCHIE DAN (DYNASTY RMX. MASTER WAV) by ORANGE HILL PRODUCTIONS

[Thanks JP]

New vid: Robyn 'Dancehall Queen'

(Leading on from Major Lazer) Produced by Diplo of Major Lazer fame (yes I know he worked with MIA and Santigold etc. before but no one cares as much as they do Major Lazer). When I say new, it's a few days old I think.



It's funny; the song's called Dancehall Queen but the beat or riddim (have to keep it authentic) is closer to traditional reggae. Needs some toasting in the essence of I-Roy and U-Roy.

Bangs puts things into perspective

Most Facebook users will have seen their UK friends change profile pictures to cartoon characters in aid of NSPCC. Bangs put the whole farce into perspective here

"Haffi get pu**y but... (you ain't got a VISA so) I can rape"

'Ang tight this dirty rapist



Safo’s victim, who cannot be named for legal reasons, told the court she had lived in fear of Safo and his threats to her immigration status, and was deeply ashamed and embarrassed by what had happened.

Read full story here

Look at his trim for goodness sake.

(The "Haffi get di pu**y but..." is taken from this classic by Sizzla. Not for the feint/faint hearted)

Special dedication to Pizza Hut

Pizza Hut ask 5 urban black footballers to pay for their meal beforehand. Read about it here Bluddy cheek

Nicki Minaj... no more said

I watched this and thought of a random question: mandem, Onika "Nicki Minaj" Maraj asks you to marry her but you have to change YOUR last name. Do you accept?


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I haven't reached a decision yet... She's way too much for me. No lie, I'd be whipped like a thoroughbred (horse) in the final furlong on her. No woman should have all that power.

Another question that I've had for a while is would I rather go out with a girl that A. loves music and raps or B. one that loves football and chants. I think I'll go with A. on that

Heard about Chuck D wilin' out?

Public Enemy frontman goes in on something I can relate to. Made these tweets whilst watching MTV in South Africa. Read it here. I say the same thing about watching certain shows (The Hills and that crap stuff)when I'm in Jamaica. It's pushing a lifestyle that isn't really one attained by many people's like it's the norm. Even the music videos. Lot of people losing their identity. World's becoming one place.

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