You're lookin' at your fake watch thinkin' you're a G

I don't hate all hip-hop. In fact I like a lot of stuff. But what I really love is British hip-hop. There's something about that accent that makes everything seem less misogynistic.

So it's down to The Streets and Dizzee Rascal in my race for the king of British hip-hop. Dizzee sounds a little more American than The Streets but that accent still throws a lot of people off. The Streets win in my book but I can't get enough songs about drinking too much in Amsterdam.

Dizzee's album Boy In Da Corner is excellent, but I think it's a little too long. We don't really need 16 tracks. Why does it seem like everything needs an edit these days?

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