Dizzee’s perspective isn’t so ahead of his fellow MCs that he can make a totally novel grown man grime record (a UK equivalent to , if you will), but a record that pays homage to the genre’s grim roots that feels like it truly exists in a different sphere than much of the other U. With homegrown talent Baker Boy (who also supported 50 Cent earlier this month, huge!People died at those raves”.“The Other Side” is one of the tracks dedicated to cataloguing the differences between grime when Dizzee was coming of age and the music that’s being made today.“If you’re really spitting fire where’s the bloody proof?So I just scream and shout [Hook: Robbie Williams] I believe, I believe, I believe I believe I'm going crazy Going crazy, Going crazy I believe I'm losing my mind [Verse 1: Dizzee Rascal] Everybody's looking at me, but I don't see them Living for the weekend, caught in the deep end Tryin'a tread water, do it for my unborn daughter Lamb to the slaughter, life's getting shorter Tryin'a get high off a quarter I'm fly in a saucer, my life is a corker Star, pop bottles, date top models Middle finger in the air, not a care, going full throttle Where's the love though? I don't know [Pre-hook 2: Robbie Williams] I I can't figure out Why? [Hook: Robbie Williams] [Verse 2: Dizzee Rascal] Living in a bubble, my life is a puzzle I'm caught in the rubble, now pass me a shovel Now pass me a shot, and make it a double I'm a whole lot of trouble and I don't do subtle It's all or nothing, I don't wanna juggle No crabs in a bucket, I don't wanna huddle I've got my own name, tryn'a figure out the whole game Going insane, 150 in the slow lane Getting ahead of myself My God, already thinking how can I better myself Should I be somebody else? Dizzee Rascal and Wiley have re-ignited their beef after a clash over Twitter that saw the pair trade allegations and threats.We will link the artist's page to the account you are signed in with now.
It’s a succinct way to show the passage of time for grime’s elder statesman, who is now facing the unique challenge of reasserting his place in the very subgenre that he was instrumental in popularizing.
The rapper will hit the road in support of his soon to be released sixth album Raskit, kicking off the run of shows at Liverpool's O2 Academy on Mon 2 Oct and finishing up at Brighton's Dome on Sat 21 Oct.