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divide the tracks

if you want to split the tracks, you will have to burn the track 3 times to a CD. Rip it on iTunes. Set the starting point and stopping point. ie : the starting point for the second track 'Yes Please' is around 3:16 and stop is around 7:17. Then once they are converted they will be seperate tracks, each song (there are 3) will be around 3 minutes whereas 1 track with 3 songs.


this is proper UK hip hop - example recognises that people have a problem taking middle-class English white boy rappers serously and so answers all his critics by pre-empting their criticisms with a fantasticly self-deprecating lyric. And it samples some opera singers. And the video features his producer in a fish suit. OK so maybe it's a bit silly but then that's kind of the point and it features some great rhymes like "Little Elliot, rhymes for the hell of it, if only he was ghetto maybe he would sell a bit". The B-Side "Yes Please" is about taking too many pills.  Cos you see drugs are cool, so Example tries to get some hip-hop credibility by rapping about taking drugs, after he's just sdmitted he doesn't have any. Or something. The producion on both tracks is superb, the lyrics quality throughout and in some instances absolutely hilaious. If you can accept the fact that you're listening to a hip-hop mc who has probabaly never held a gun, sold crack or seen his best friend gunned down in front of him (but then I bet neither's Pharrel Williams), then get this tune it's ace.


Amazing beats coupled with killer rhymes, the cliches don't do it justice, plus the bonus track is hilarious, one question, why is the first track "clean" while the rest is as dirty as my car?!!?


Born: 20 June 1982 in Hammersmith, London, England

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '00s, '10s

His initials being E.G., English MC/vocalist Elliot Gleave performed under the name Example. Gleave got his feet wet as an MC while attending Royal Holloway, where he met Joseph Gardner (aka Rusher) and recorded a concept album in the audio booth of the university's film department. "A Pointless Song," one of the tracks recorded there, became Example's first release, a 2004 single on his All the Chats label. A handful of successive 12" singles, as well as an answer song to Lily Allen's "Smile" —...
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You Can't Rap (+ Bonus Tracks) - EP, Example
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  • £0.79
  • Genres: Hip-Hop/Rap, Music
  • Released: 05 March 2007

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