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Beggin'

Madcon

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Remixes not really worth it

Loved the Franki Valli tune, the Madcon original is great for what it is but thats about that. For the househeads both Sanna & Pitron and My Digital Enemy do the whole hands-in-the-air-by-numbers thing, with MDE being a little better by going all Eric Prydz on us but neither really bringing anything exciting to the table. Same goes for the garage cuts and only Afroganic is significantly different to be interesting. Anyway, stick to the original whatever genre you're backing.

Buy The Single

dont buy this album, buy their new album, its a lot better then 1 song and loads of bad remixs

Get the Single instead!

It would be a waste of money getting this, but the original single would be a great purchase. these 2 guys are class rappers!

Biography

Formed: Norway

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Norwegian rap duo Madcon enjoyed widespread popularity in their homeland where they were television stars as well as hitmakers, and they also proved popular in other Western European countries as songs such as "Beggin" became international hits. Comprised of Tshawe Baqwa (aka Kapricon; born in Germany of South African heritage) and Yosef Wolde-Mariam (aka Critical; born in Norway of Ethiopian and Eritrean heritage), the duo, whose name is short for "Mad Conspiracy," first made a name for themselves...
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Beggin', Madcon
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  • £8.91
  • Genres: Dance, Music, Rock
  • Released: 21 July 2008

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