Dizzee Rascal- Sirens

May 26th, 2007

Taken from the long awaited 'Maths And English' album, 'Sirens' is an impressive comeback with a fantastic Hiphop flavoured beat tinted with heavy guitars and drums. Rascal's character and flow is as tight as ever, with an added maturity in song structure. There's standard rap bravado twisted back and forth with a creative story narrative. 'Dean' is the B side and takes things down a peg or two. The beat's a lot more stripped down and the vocals are more reflective and slow. Dizzee visits thoughts about a friend who have passed, once more showcasing his diversity in content. Roll on the LP release!



3 Responses to “Dizzee Rascal- Sirens”

  1. NiecyQ Says:

    I’m from America, I like this song. Especially the rock in it. Every album he does, he tries something different. That’s what makes him talented, the fact that he doesn’t stay in one place. Everybody is doing different types of music over there, just like here. I’m starting to get annoyed at how the support is limited over there. I think that UK hip-hop, grime, etc would get more love elsewhere if it got more love at home. American hip-hop got nurtured at home and look where it is now. As much as some artist here are wack they can still win Grammys. Now if the support was stronger there, a lot of UK hip-hop artist would get the same opportunities instead of the white artists singing R&B type music coming from there. Oh and Lady Sovereign (damn that girl is wack).

  2. Illz Says:

    DIzze rascal got a wierd flow on wierd beats which is sick lol

  3. Saull Says:

    I think it is a bit repetative but good beats.