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Love it!

Heard it on the radio ages ago and fell in love with the song. Wliey is a great artist. Great song all round.

Not Very Original!

I know, let's rehash an 17 year old dance track then add some meaningless words recited by a self proclaimed lyrical genius and what have we got? A steaming pile of nothing! Loved the original when it was called "What Would We Do?" by DSK and this latest version is nothing short of dreadful. Boo hiss Wiley, go and write your own material. I dare you!


Quality tune! Massive crossover track. Could be played at a house/hip hop or grime club


Born: 19 January 1979 in London, England

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Quite possibly the key player in U.K. grime -- though he called his knotty, brittle style "eski" or "eskibeat" -- producer and MC Wiley (born Richard Cowie) came up as a member of Pay as U Go Cartel, and was later a founding member of Roll Deep Crew. Much of his best and most crucial early work as a producer trickled out as white-label vinyl releases and free downloads. After Treddin' on Thin Ice (XL, 2004) and Playtime Is Over (Big Dada, 2007), a pair of strong albums, Wiley made a controversial...
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