Tongue N'Cheek (LP, Album). Dirtee Stank Recordings, Universal Music Group, Urban. Soon after his gleamingly fresh debut album Boy In Da Corner, Rascal became a true success story. Raised on the streets of Bow in London and working his way into the mainstream at just eighteen is a respectable feat by itself but to actually bring an entire genre - grime - with you is another gigantic undertaking entirely.
Tongue n' Cheek is the fourth studio album by British rapper Dizzee Rascal. The album was released on 20 September 2009 and includes the number one singles, "Dance wiv Me", "Bonkers", "Holiday" and "Dirtee Disco". It has been certified platinum by the BPI for sales of over 300,000, making it the best-selling album of Rascal's career. Its release was announced on Friday Night with Jonathan Ross when, in an interview, Rascal revealed details including track information and production
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Previously the darling of the British hip-hop scene, 23-year-old Dizzee Rascal has come under fire more than anyone for selling out to the masses. His English World Cup duet with a tubby comedian put together by Simon Cowell, and a TV talent show judge alongside Jamie Cullum and Sharleen Spiteri, don't exactly scream "ghetto. The album was released on 20 September 2009 and includes the number one singles, Dance Wiv Me, Bonkers and Holiday. It has been certified platinum by the BPI for sales of over 300,000, making it the best-selling album of Rascal’s career. Tongue n’ Cheek Q&A. Featuring Armand Van Helden, Calvin Harris, Chrom3 & 3 more. Producers Aaron LaCrate, Armand Van Helden, Cage & 9 more. Writers Aaron LaCrate, Armand Van Helden, Calvin Harris & 6 more
Dizzee's embrace of success and fame has directly coincided with his actual accrual of both, and if Maths + English tentatively sought to establish him as a globetrotting good-life playboy, Tongue N' Cheek takes that guise to its logical extreme
One of the biggest shocks of East London-born rapper Dizzee Rascal’s career to date was the relative curve ball of his third long-player, 2007’s Maths + English. Its unashamed mainstream ambition and sheen momentarily blinded many early supporters to its genuine brilliance. People wrinkled their noses at the much-maligned Lyn Collins Think (About It) break, which was all over the track Pussyole (Old Skool), but it probably had a different resonance to the young artist than it did older listeners.
Writer: Dizzee Rascal, Composers: Aaron LaCrate - Samir. Writer: D. Mills - Nicholas Andrew Denton - Tyrone Paul. Composers: Nick Detnon. 05. Can't Tek No More. Writer: Dizzee Rascal, Composers: Andre Williams. 06. Chillin' Wiv Da Man Dem. Dizzee Rascal.