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Toddla T Toddla T | 12:15 UK time, Monday, 25 October 2010

Welcome to my 1st post on the Radio 1 Dance Blog. I'm looking to make this a regular ting so stay close... Life seems to be getting busier and more fun by the day. After coming back off my US tour and experiencing jet lag that left me waking up at 7pm (yes 7pm), gigs, studio and radio runnins have been rammed into every second of the week. I had to chance to work with one of my heroes, D Double E, who I've watched on 'grime DVDs' since I was 16. He came to my studio, made me laugh and absolutely battered the mic. I DJ'd in Paris other week which was mad fun, but the hotel was the most stink think I've ever seen; I'm no diva but check out this radiator for example of tramp..


The only thing to keep me sane was to find some wireless internet and watch this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pXElh_VM0Uc

Speaking of videos, on of my favourite tunes of the year, '2 Bears - Church', has now got a video and its just as sweet as the tune in a really bizarre, shouldn't-admit style n fashion. I had a problem watching it 'cus actually started getting emotional which is a problem when your watching Care Bears... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0_Mno22eVks

I played it on my In New DJs We Trust show last Thursday. Talking of the show, I had JME come through to show and help me along with a new feature called 'Toddla's T Time' where I have a cup of tea and someone comes take over for 5 mins. Listeners asked questions to the man himself via Facebook and he spat on Redlight's MDMA riddim, which was dutty!!!!!!

JME with Toddla T


Listen again to my In New DJs We Trust Show!

On Friday I played alongside one of my heroes. Sir David 'Ram Jam' Rodigan... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fR0oQwrlZD8

...after a show in Brighton, then it was back to the BBC towers to cover for Rob da Bank, 5-7am (listen here!). The madness continues... 'Till next month... lataaa x


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