Dizzee Rascal

Dizzee Rascal Gets “Hype” With Calvin Harris In Colorful New Video: Watch

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Calvin Harris And Dizzee Rascal Are Together Again On “Hype”: Listen

They’re baaaaack. More »

Calvin Harris’ Next Single Will Be With Dizzee Rascal

A “Dance Wiv Me” sequel, perhaps? More »

Calvin Harris: The 5 Best Songs By Rihanna’s “We Found Love” Pal

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“Zombieland” Gives Item-Desperate Blogger An Excellent Reason To Post Two Really Awesome Songs

zombieland-posterI’m quite looking forward to Zombieland, the (89% fresh!) Woody Harrelson-starring flick about a forthcoming zombie apocalypse that opens today. Why a post about a movie that doesn’t even have an official soundtrack out yet? Well, the man who directed Zombieland, Ruben Fleisher, has a music-video connection; early in his career, he was behind the camera for a bunch of videos by the likes of the Dismemberment Plan and Kid Sister, as well as two clips attached to fairly big singles of the oughts. Peep the videos for two of my favorite tracks of the decade (NB: they ranked No. 34 and No. 110, respectively, on Pitchfork’s big list) after the jump. (What better way to start off a Friday morning, etc.) More »

MTV’s UK Web Site Resorts To Internet Trolling

Sure, when a Web site makes a big stink about counting down a Greatest Whatever Of Ever List, there’s bound to be some quibbling; these sorts of lists, of course, were pretty much designed to hold up weakly premised cable clip shows and stoke lots of link-assisted commenter arguing from the Internet’s various peanut galleries. But MTV UK’s search for the Greatest Ever Album not only has a distinct bias toward albums hyped by the NME over the past nine years and the potential to really fire up older music-fan types by including two albums by Oasis and none by Blur in its 26-album shortlist, it has a curious No. 2 behind Thriller:

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Dizzee Rascal, David Byrne, And Fatboy Slim Tragically Together At Last

Fatboy Slim’s new project, the Brighton Port Authority, have released a queasy video full of black bars over boobs to promote their new single “Toe Jam.” David Byrne (who should have hung it up twenty years ago) handles the vocals and Dizzee Rascal offers a guest rap. More »

Dizzee Rascal Flexes His Video Budget

Amy Winehouse, displaying the customary poise and gracious wit we’ve come to expect during her acceptance speech for “Best Female Artist” at the U.K. Music of Black Origin Awards: “Chewing gum, she said ‘thank you’ twice before giving the microphone back to host Jamelia and leaving the stage.” More »

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