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Album Review

Bad Intentions is right, as the N-Dubz member's first solo album has something to offend everyone, but U.K. rapper Dappy is a controversy king, especially in the media. If you don't find his F.U. attitude on Twitter or in interviews anything but dimwitted, than the misogyny and mayhem here are just like an impulsive, out-of-control Eminem in a woolly Chullo. Still, when the Chris Brown and Rihanna situation (a Drake-inspired "I'm a changed man now, Chris Brown") and Kurt Cobain's suicide ("I'm Kurt Cobain but I just couldn't do it") are used flippantly, and not at all fluidly, during the hooky highlight "No Regrets," Dappy comes off as crass, and not as clever as Mr. Mathers. The pop-rap gloss just underlines it as "Rockstar" aims to be just that, and with Queen's guitarist Brian May in tow, but get past the whole "grit equals credibility" thing and the album becomes a more glorious way to flip off the haters with some cringeworthy laughs along the way. When the Wanted show up to kick the pre-club anthem "Bring It Home" into overdrive, it is as if Taio Cruz redid "Dynamite" for those hoodie kids who attack the block with their overdriven boomboxes. Then there are the two "Tarzan" bits, where Dappy offers two show-and-prove, lyrically driven, "16 Bars"-type tracks, although most listeners will be drawn to the tracks' skillful manipulation of his vocals and the other studio trickery. Producers like Nathan Retro, David Dawood, and Fraser T. Smith give the album a proper enough shine to think of this as "laughing with" rather than "laughing at" Dappy, but his detractors won't find any redemption songs here, artistically or otherwise.

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Bad intentions

Need this now... He's amazin let's get it too number 1 xxx


The long awaited album since Dappy has went solo..... Includes so many big hits Rockstar, No Regrets, Good Intentions, Come With Me, I'm Coming ( Tarzan Pt.2) and the new song Yin Yang (which looks to be a hit on it's own) and also the collaboration with The Wanted! For those who have listened to the previews I think everyone would agree there is something for everyone on there!


Words cannot describe how amazing it is. Dappy is waaaayy to talented!!! BUY ITTTTTT NOWWW!!


Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

With his distinctive woolly chullos, scallywag persona, and "na na nai" catch phrase, North London MC/vocalist Dappy was instrumental in the commercial breakthrough of his urban-pop trio N-Dubz, but has since become more renowned for his questionable off-the-field activities than for the band's series of multi-platinum albums. Born Costadinos Contostavlos in 1987, he grew up in Camden Town, where he attended a number of schools before being expelled for truancy and eventually dropping out of education...
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