“It’s Not A Rumour” was/is the name of Akala’s first album, that Shakespeare features on.
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“cor” is Brit speak for “wow!” Particularly in London/the South.
as in, “wow, this kid is brilliant, I don’t want it with him.”
like osmosis, the lyrics simply evaporate into boasting and substancelessness.
new rappers just saying nothing but “I’m really good.”
channel U is basically the UK BET.
P45’s are, in the UK, filled out for tax reasons when leaving a job/being fired. Ringtone rappers shouldn’t have careers, basically.
Fix Up, Look Sharp inspired a lot of imitation.
the beat to this song is a chopped up version of “Fix Up, Look Sharp” by Dizzee Rascall, a pop hit that was huge in the UK, and widely imitated.
this song speaks on the attempted pop hits that are flooding the market.
words like weapons, to break through her defences.