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BET Awards Cypher

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Mistajam | 17:51 UK time, Monday, 22 October 2007

For the HipHop Awards, BET arranges a cypher of some of the hot artists around at that time. This year round, one of the cyphers featured Wyclef, Twista, Lil Mama & our own Dizzee Rascal. Wyclef spits hot fire (Dylan would be really proud - Chappelle's show reference!!) but maybe I'm biased but Dizzee bodies this - it's the 'Big Beat' beat so why would I expect any less!!

What do you think? While you think about it check out 1Xtra's BET Awards coverage - Zena was sent to Atlanta and covered the event for the 1Xtra Breakfast Show.


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  1. 1.

    Commin from an ol'skool hip hop background (age 32 now ;P) I never used to like Dizzy's flow.. But seein that Kid held his own with the best! Maaad Props to Dizzy.. Some of my crew used to kick it with him too Raymondz east sides.. u KNOW! More Success to you Dizzy! Thanks for repin tha UK! ;D 1

    P.s. i'ma put that vid on my myspace too! 1

  2. 2.

    Zena did great in her presentation. I am listening to BBC 1 Xtra.

  3. 3.
    • At 11:20 AM on 26 Oct 2007,
    • stacey wrote:

    What is this song called?

  4. 4.
    • At 06:18 PM on 26 Oct 2007,
    • Flava Dav wrote:

    Dizzee kills it blood......wat else wud u xpect
    comin from the UK......on fire right now!

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    • At 07:14 PM on 02 Nov 2007,
    • L Fresh wrote:

    Yeah, Dizzie held It down for UK for real. But you know Lil' Mama killed, talkin as a fan of Hip Hop, her energy & confidence was the most exciting, especially at her age, she showed alot to me, cos I expected to hear some bait rhymes, just from the impression I got from her Lipgloss tune. But still, everyone was hot. Shout out to Dizzy Diz for reppin' international. His lyrics are nice, and flow and voice still stand out. Respeck

  6. 6.
    • At 09:22 AM on 14 Nov 2007,
    • charles wrote:

    dizzies heavy blud

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