Boy In Da Corner (20th Anniversary Edition): White/Yellow/Black Triple Vinyl LpXL1379LP
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Label: XL Recordings
Release Date: 3rd November
Another record, still fresh faced, still vital and still played out like it was released yesterday hitting the double decade anniversary. The album still goes in hard, Rascal's flow is still completely Dizzying and there's a tonne of rarities and instrumentals to indulge in. This record kicked things off BIG TIME.
On 21 July 2003, an 18-year-old Dizzee Rascal released his debut album Boy In Da Corner via XL Recordings. Little did he know that the 15-track album would go on to win the Mercury-Prize, become the first-ever Platinum-selling UK Rap album released, and lay the foundation for Grime.
XL Recordings will mark the 20th Anniversary of Dizzee Rascal’s seminal debut album Boy In Da Corner with the release of a two-volume deluxe edition that features 14 rare and previously unreleased tracks, alongside the original album.
“Street Fighter” is the first track from volume 2 of Boy In Da Corner (20th Anniversary Edition) to be released. Dizzee Rascal’s “Street Fighter” freestyle grew to be a legendary myth of the UK Grime scene after it rippled through the airwaves of pirate radio and sound systems of the underground raves. It was only available on a rare white label but gets an official digital release.
A1: Sittin’ Here
A2: Stop Dat
A3: I Luv U
A4: Brand New Day
B1: 2 Far (Feat. Wiley)
B2: Fix Up, Look Sharp
B3: Cut ‘em Off
B4: Hold Ya Mouf’ (Feat. God’s Gift)
C1: Round We Go
C2: Jus’ A Rascal
C3: Wot U On?
D2: Seems 2 Be
D3: Live O
D4: Do It!
E2: Street Fighter
E3: Win feat. Breeze
E4: We Aint Havin It feat. Wiley
E5: Kryme feat. Redrum and Sharky Major
E6: Ready 4 War feat. Sharky Major, Armour and Stormin
F1: Street Fighter (Instrumental)
F2: Go (Instrumental)
F3: Ho (Instrumental)
F4: String Ho (Instrumental)
F5: Ting Ting (Instrumental)
F6: Wheel (Instrumental)