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Intelligent, hard-hitting: the way rap should be.

What's that? Yes, that's right: a rap song that has a point. Plan B returns to what he is best at: rapping. Clever wordplay, intelligent social commentary and tackling an important issue. Not to mention proof that Plan B didn't "sell-out", as many fans of his 2006 rap release "Who Needs Actions When You Got Words" believed.

A masterpiece

Plan B successful seperated himself from the rap artist he used to be, adopting 'Strickland Banks' in his second studio album and appealing to the mass with 'Love Goes Down' and 'Prayin''. 'iLL Manors' is return to form - and the gritty and powerful lyrics regarding the class divide and the London riots has seemingly stunned music fans to silence. The production on the track is top class and I for one am routing for Plan B this week - let's get British music to the top of the charts, while it's at it's best.


Plan b is unbelievably talented, people should appreciate his singing and rapping. But back to the EP... Angry lyrics targeted at real problems in society make this a song most of the UK an relate to. It has meaning and all in all is just an awesome song. Highly recommend!


Born: 22 October 1983 in Forest Gate, London, England

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

British MC and actor Plan B (real name: Ben Drew) came to notice with "Cap Back," a playful, Wiley-referencing track produced by Roll Deep's Wonder that appeared on the 679 label's Run the Road compilation in 2005. Signed to 679's roster, the London native proceeded to release a handful of singles across 2005 and 2006, which culminated in his debut album, Who Needs Actions When You Got Words. Its title a Meat Puppets reference, with tracks featuring clever samples of Hall & Oates, the Prodigy, and...
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