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It seems Dizzee can do no wrong. Nominated for his third Mercury Prize for his most recent album Tongue N' Cheek, Britain's fave rapper continues to go from strength to strength. From underground grime MC to fully fledged pop star, Rascal once again turned on the charm playing to a mammoth crowd at Glastonbury this year, abley assisted by Florence Welch for a rendition of their hit You've Got the (Dirtee) Love. He knows how to get the festival party started, so conserve some energy for his monster hits Dance Wiv' Me and Bonkers. Dizzee will play the Main Stage at both Reading and Leeds.
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The release to officially crown Dizzee as UK dance/hip hop royalty.
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