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Some pop sparkle has helped Patrick Okogwu score multiple number one singles but Junk Food returns him to the danker sounds of the UK underground. “We Don’t Play No Games” encapsulates a mixtape where the the playful triumphalism within the rhymes illuminate beats built from grime’s spartan clang-and-bleep and trap’s hypnotic churn. Okogwu pairs up with Britain’s sharpest MCs–including Giggs (“Look at Me”) and Stormzy and JME (“Been the Man”)–but his wit and rich flow are never overshadowed.

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JUNK FOOD

Jheeeeeeez Tinie Goin In

AMAZING

Fire fire fire

Pure 🔥🔥🔥

Best album since discovery.

Biography

Born: 07 November 1988 in London, England

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

English MC Tinie Tempah (Patrick Chukwuem Okogwu, Jr.) hails from South London. He was in his teens when he issued his first single, “Wifey,” which packed sweetened swagger and became a hit in the underground. Tinie subsequently established the Disturbing London (aka DL) label and released 2007’s Hood Economics: Room 147: The 80 Minute Course, a mixtape featuring drop-ins from Chipmunk and DVA. The Parlophone label took note and signed the rapper, whose 2010 singles "Pass Out" and "Frisky" topped...
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  • £5.99
  • Genres: Hip-Hop/Rap, Music, Rap
  • Released: 14 December 2015
  • Parental Advisory

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