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DIGGA: LET'S CREEP

Digga

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UK release date 26.03.2007

From the estate strewn manor of Mile End in East London comes our hero Digga.

UK born singer/songwriter/producer/roti-lover (probably) has come up with something that sounds a bit different to your usual home-grown dirty breaks 'n' beats that all them grime merchants constantly try to feed us with and say is the real thing. "Let's Creep" is a smooth slice of pop r&b, not a million miles away from say a Blu Cantrell's "Breathe", certainly pertinent enough for today's urban crowds. It contains elements you'd expect from the American r&b acts we've grown to love and hate but also holds a rawness to it that reeks of this country's fine tradition of creating subtle hybrids of US sounds. There's a positive feeling from Digga himself, he scrubs up well and I reckon he has a future in this business. A few chins are wagging excitedly about his prospects and who knows he/we might just get a home grown hit out of this. As an East End boy myself, you know I wouldn't be recommending dodgy goods to ya right? What do you take me for, some kind of pilchard!
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