Thursday, February 3, 2011

Tinie Tempah - "Pass Out". My fave British jam.

Before this year, I've not been exposed to British songs. But oh boy, they've got some good songs here. But the techno in some kill me. Three weeks ago, my friends and I went to my campus pub, Drapers, and we thought the fire alarm was going off. You will not believe that it was actually the intro of a song. The techno is sometimes unbearable. Besides that, they've got some cool moves here too. One of my new friends here, Chris goes in on all the different types of skanks from Jungle skank to Tribal and Migraine skank, no joke.

The video above is my fave British song right now. It's a club banger as well. It has been stuck in my head for a while. Youtube the 'Bubbly bubbly' song too. It's kind of an oldie but the dance is very choreographic.

Side note: Wikipedia claims that Tinie Tempah is British Nigerian.

PS: I'm going to see Wicked, next Tuesday. It is supposed to be a very good play because everyone I know that has seen it speaks well of it. I plan to see Legally Blonde, Mamma Mia and Les Miserables (plays) before June.
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BSNC said...

i was about to say have you not seen legally blonde yet, but its the play lol.

ShadeNonconformist said...

Yeah "Pass out" is a cool tune. Na wa for all the skank dance moves.

Have fun when you see Wicked. Like you said, all my friends who've seen it had nothing but awesome things to say about it. Some even saw it thrice, no joke.

Mamma mia is awesome. Just lovely.

ManCee said...

British jokes, music , in' NEEDS help. Why else would someone as crappish singing as Dr Alban make it in there? Cos the brits don't know any better.

Yinkuslolo said...

@BSNC: Haha, true. I don't really remember the movie anymore though.

@Shade: Thanks, Wicked was wicked. Loved it. Great play, I don't mind seeing it again :)

@mancee: British humor can be dry, I lowkey like it tho. It is funny but you just don't laugh out loud like mainstream jokes make you do lol