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Rapper is defiantly, differently British

By Renee Graham
Globe Staff / January 20, 2004

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Dizzee Rascal wants America to recognize that his homeland is more than "Buckingham Palace, red telephone boxes, and cups of tea." On his astounding debut CD, "Boy in Da Corner," he presents the England he knows -- one of poverty, crime, and strife -- by way of the uncompromising East London streets where he was raised. Over trippy, stripped-down beats, ... (Full Article: 885 Words)

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