He’s a big man, thats what he wants, he’s a badman, thats his response…

Science dropped by Martini & Jopparelli. Oct-10-2008

Love this track…

Roll Deep Badman

…and this one as well!

Where Da G's – Dizzee Rascal feat Bun B

How u feel it?

Listen! Roll Deep “Badman”

Listen! Dizzee Rascal feat. UGK “Where da Gs”

Listen! Where da Gs El-P remix!

“For me, that’s a real achievement for British hip hop. It proves we can be accepted by America, but only if we do things our own way.” Dizzee Rascal

12 Responses to “He’s a big man, thats what he wants, he’s a badman, thats his response…”

  1. Anyone knows who is the second MC in the badman tune?

    Damn, he is sick!

  2. djmp45 says:

    the name is breeze
    dont really feel the roll deep tune…strangely i quite like the rascal one instead…must be bun b voice

  3. Antonio says:

    Bun B e’ sempre un grande. Quei ritmi pero’ alla lunga mi pigliano male, anche se la canzone indubbiamente tiene (parlo di Where’s the G’s).
    Sapevate che in USA Dizzee e’ distribuito dalla… Def Jux?

  4. Dizzee is getting better every time I hear him

  5. Kibitz says:

    Dizzee is a revelation for Hip Hop. When i heard him the first time i was hit like a hammer. Great stuff. Next big thing was the The Cool Kids from Chigago. Hip Hop lives again.

    • Brandon says:

      Thank you so much for letting me join in…and for your cnmemot over at Jeremiah 29:11. I’m adding your button to my “link-ups” page! HOPE you have a blessed SON-day!

  6. Mike says:

    British rap is the most horrible thing to ever exist. it gets no love in this part of the Atlantic, and for all the good reasons. now French rap on the other hand…

  7. Antonio says:

    French rap has a level of craftsmanship which does not exist outside of America…
    French rappers in general are almost as good as the Yanks.

  8. I still have to find a french rap tune that bangs like the two UK tunes here.

    Besides that, their language is -phonetically speaking- totally unfit to rappin. It just doesn’t sound good. it sounds annoying. Same thing for italian and german rappers.

    Guys, give me a couple of tunes you dig as best examples of good french rap, and I’m ready to change my mind!

  9. djmp45 says:

    “British rap is the most horrible thing to ever exist.”…mmm……..there’s some american one which is pretty terrible as well…
    “I still have to find a french rap tune that bangs …..”…me too
    i found some uk that REALLY BANG,you can buy it here:
    this mixtape really shows that old school uk hip hop was very good…almost up to par with the us one…and i’m not talking about dizee or roll deep

  10. Mike says:

    @ Joppa

    I guess you have to be an American to appreciate the overall sound of French Hip-hop, not saying you normally wouldn’t but you’re open to other sounds as well that we Americans tend to avoid. so British Hip-Hop can easily be tolerated. French Hip-hop is very similar to our hip-hop which is why most of us find it easier to listen to. British Rap on the other hand is a bit rough and doesn’t have anything going for it. not to mention the accent, which is a huge turn off (at least for those I know, including myself)

    you should check out groups like 113. since I don’t understand a word of French I find the language fascinating to listen to, as do many others. I admit we Americans are highly arrogant and don’t give others a chance but British Hip-Hop by default is horrible. I tried to like it. I really did.

  11. Stedz says:

    It’s not “that’s what he wants” it’s “does what he wants”