Tinie Tempah - Radio 1's Big Weekend 2011

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Greg James

16:00 – 17:45 // In the studio next is Newsbeat

14 & 15 May 2011

Carlisle, Cumbria

Tinie Tempah

Saturday 14 May - Main Stage


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Few artists have had more success in the months since Big Weekend 2010 than South London's Tinie Tempah. The rapper joined Snoop on Glastonbury's Pyramid stage for an extra special version of Pass Out, while follow up singles Written in the Stars, Invincible and Wonderman helped him on his way to gongs at the MOBOs and Brits.

Back at Big Weekend with this award winning swagger Tempah had the main stage crowd bouncing!

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  • 1. Simply Unstoppable
  • 2. Frisky
  • 3. Wonderman
  • 4. Miami 2 Ibiza
  • 5. Written In The Stars
  • 6. Pass Out


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