5 Songs, 18 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

“It’s five banging tracks that are completely different but, apart from one, all produced by myself,” Dizzee Rascal told Beats 1 host Julie Adenuga about this EP. “So you’re getting the whole me.” After the reflection and score-settling of 2017’s Raskit, that means letting the good times roll again, particularly on the title track’s upbeat return to garage raves. The bullish “Spin Ya” and Skepta-produced, Japan-sampling “Money Right” harden the mood, but Dizzee remains a master MC throughout, his rat-a-tat flow still largely unrivaled in grime for wit and dexterity.

EDITORS’ NOTES

“It’s five banging tracks that are completely different but, apart from one, all produced by myself,” Dizzee Rascal told Beats 1 host Julie Adenuga about this EP. “So you’re getting the whole me.” After the reflection and score-settling of 2017’s Raskit, that means letting the good times roll again, particularly on the title track’s upbeat return to garage raves. The bullish “Spin Ya” and Skepta-produced, Japan-sampling “Money Right” harden the mood, but Dizzee remains a master MC throughout, his rat-a-tat flow still largely unrivaled in grime for wit and dexterity.

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