11 Songs, 41 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

When, midway through the rubber-burning onslaught of “Road Rage,” Dizzee Rascal starts making car noises, there can be no doubt about what this fourth record represents: after three albums of relatively undiluted, high-grade grime, this is the erstwhile Dylan Mills cutting loose and smashing through grime’s supposed commercial ceiling. Packed with Ibiza-ready bangers (“Bonkers,” “Dance Wiv Me,” “Holiday,” “Dirtee Cash”), Tongue N’ Cheek effortlessly remolds an entire genre with an infectious smile on its face.

EDITORS’ NOTES

When, midway through the rubber-burning onslaught of “Road Rage,” Dizzee Rascal starts making car noises, there can be no doubt about what this fourth record represents: after three albums of relatively undiluted, high-grade grime, this is the erstwhile Dylan Mills cutting loose and smashing through grime’s supposed commercial ceiling. Packed with Ibiza-ready bangers (“Bonkers,” “Dance Wiv Me,” “Holiday,” “Dirtee Cash”), Tongue N’ Cheek effortlessly remolds an entire genre with an infectious smile on its face.

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