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East London’s Maxsta has been causing a stir on the underground music scene for quite some time now, but after recently getting signed to Just Jam Records (a Sony RCA sub-label imprint), this 18-year-old grime MC is out to show everyone that he isn’t just any old ‘average kid’. Joseph ‘JP’ Patterson speaks to the rising star…
To me, much the most interesting piece of news today is the bank of England’s; figures on “housing equity withdrawal”.
Fulham owner Mohamed Al Fayed unveiled the much anticipated statue of Michael Jackson at Craven Cottage on Sunday, an event that was met with predictable ridicule.
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Everyone has been waiting for QPR to have a ‘wobble’, but they sit proudly at the top of both the Championship and of the ten-match form table, with only one defeat (at in-form Millwall) and only five goals conceded in that period.
And so this season of class and farce continues. There are not enough shelves in the British Library on which to store written documentation of a campaign riddled with such beauty and bedlam.
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Gerald Kaufman is wrong. It doesn’t matter in the US, any more than in Britain, which candidate or party gets most votes nationwide.
A weekly roundup of our bite-size games reviews, this week featuring the horsepower of Shift 2: Unleashed; a new dimension for football sims in PES 2011 3D; dog paint dog with Okamiden; more from AiAi, MeeMee, et al in Super Monkey Ball 3D.
We’re loving Younger Brother here at the Barometer – which is why we’re particularly pleased to be kicking off The Independent’s brand new music blog by exclusively hosting their third album ‘Vaccine’ for a full week before its official release.
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