Winner of the 2003 Mercury Prize for his debut Boy In Da Corner, Dizzee is no stranger to the Mercury Prize shortlist having also been nominated for his 2007 release Maths + English. His greatest commercial success to date, Tongue N' Cheek features his pop hits Bonkers and Dance Wiv Me and has made him a household name. Could he pick up a second Mercury for his mantle?
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Mercury Prize shortlist 2010
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