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  • Road Rage
  • Dance Wiv Me
  • Freaky Freaky
  • Can't Tek Me No More
  • Chillin Wiv Da Man Dem
  • Dirtee Cash
  • Money Money Money
  • Leisure
  • Holiday
  • Bad Behaviour

Tongue "N" Cheek is the fourth full-length from London's Mercury Prize-winning Dizzee Rascal. In contrast to his earlier material, this album is more pop than grime. The lead-off singles, "Bonkers" (featuring Armand Van Helden) and "Dance Wiv Me" (featuring Calvin Harris and Chrome), are indications of Rascal's new pop-oriented approach.

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dizzee is a pop artist now
complete sell out
its one thing experimenting with pop songs and dance beats
but another releasing an album full of it
really dissapointing, wont stop people buying it in there masses however

alex

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