The Grime has always been part of his life and still dominates his style. The talk is of Dizzee Rascal, the flyer from East London. His newest album, “Tongue in Cheek” is in the starting blocks and will be published at end of August 2009. Until then, gives Dizzee with the single “Bonkers” a second taste.
Bonkers is the second extraction for “Dance wiv me feat”, Harris and Chrome. The current song is featured again: This time of Armand Van heroes, who are already making a house DJ and producer of a name.
The result was a-typical Genremix from Rascal Grime and House, with a pinch of hip hop and synth-pop. Sounds weird, but it is also one is quite used primarily by Dizzee Rascal. The made its breakthrough in 2003 with the album Boy in da Corner, of which still have the grandiose “Fix up look sharp is” in the ear, which ushered in music world is a completely new era.
How well will the new album sounds Tongue in Cheek? Rascal on his promises of a MySpace page: It should again be great cinema, and once again usher in a musical turn in the style of the London rapper.
After the album Showtime (2004) and Maths and English (2007) have indeed ensured for surprises, you can expect a lot. Dizzee Rascal has put the bar in any case very high. But if you Bonkers sounds like to dispel these concerns very quickly, although you have to say that the single sounds far more commercial than past Kracher like “Sirens”, “Pussyole” or “I luv U”.
Tongue in Cheek appear in Germany on 18.9.09. The first single, “Dance wiv me in the UK” already has gone from 0 to 1. Whether this is in Germany similar to Bonkers behave, shall as from 19.6. herausfinden. . out