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South London’s Smiler is an up-and-coming UK rapper who is planning on “bringing back that ‘95 rap sound into the post-millennium.” Having grown up listening to the likes of Nas and fellow rap stars of that era, Smiler was so impressed by the way they rhymed that he couldn’t help but pick up a pen and pad and eventually started writing some bars of his own. 2006 was the year when he launched himself into the UK music scene with his first video for the track, ‘Neighbourhood’.
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There is an intriguing back-story to the coming Oscar showdown between The Social Network and The King’s Speech, which are vying for golden statuettes in several of the major categories, most importantly that of Best Picture.
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England’s rugby union test against France at Twickenham (5pm) on Saturday should be titanic. The momentum seems to be with the home team, who are playing as a unit and building nicely towards the World Cup. They [...]
Number 519 in my series of Questions to Which the Answer is No is asked by Oliver Kamm, referring to this article by George Galloway, and in the light of Libya’s former justice minister saying that Gaddafi ordered Lockerbie.
Before I have any complaints, Kamm is allowed to break the rules because I copied the series from him in the [...]
During his visit to Rome in August 2010 Colonel Muammar Gaddafi spoke at a ceremony in Rome and warned
, “We don’t know what will happen, what will be the reaction of the white and Christian Europeans faced with this influx of starving and ignorant Africans.” We are fortunate in that we live in a society where we can easily dismiss this as a racist statement.
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