The brit Mike Skinner's group that consists of talking/rapping about everyday problems and life. If you have any depth at all, you'll appreciate the rhymes and content of this music.
But there is just one little thing that's really really, really really annoying me about you, you see, yeah yeah like I said you are really fit, but my gosh, don't you just know it?
The British artist Mike Skinner...his sheer brilliance is displayed in his first album "Original Pirate Material." A visionary with a penchant for catchy verse with a deeper meaning.
"We first met through a shared view / she loved me and I did too" ~From the album Original Pirate Material
One of the best white rappers ever. Brimingham born white man armed with a man and some synthetic beats, greatly underrated
Original Pirate Material
I often tell my friends there are only two good rappists (sic). "Who, Vanilla Ice and Eminem?" "No, Weird Al and The Streets." There's just something uniquely amazing and beautiful about rapping in proper English.
"Cuttin' the finest cuts of chicken from the big spinning stick"
"Oh the pizza's here, could someone let him in please?
We didn't order chicken.
Not a problem we'll pick it out.
I doubt he meant to mess us about.
After all, we're all men here, not louts."
most innovative amazing urban artists to come out of the UK for a long time. not many people can relate to their music purely because it is aimed at us working class 18-30 year olds who have tried illicit substances, drank to the brink and got in fights. however Could Well Be In is my fave off the second album and its me and my bfs "Song"! something a bit different, eh???
"i saw this thing on ITV the other week, that if she plays with her hair shes probably keen, shes playing with her hair well regularly, so i reckon i could well be in" Could Well Be In from A Grand Don't Come For Free
i really like the rip off of parklife definition but i think its completely untrue.
there are similarities to parklife in the streets but very few. well theres one really, the fact that he talks over a beat, usually a garage style one rather than indie-britpop. and maybe the fact that he talks about everyday life. i really doubt, however, he based his whole career on that one song (but maybe based fit but you know it on parklife)
mike skinner is also an amazing lyricist. he not only talks about everyday life, but talks about everyday life in a really really well written way, especially on a grand dont come for free, which is wonderful and should be studied in schools like shakespear. he manages to write a story about the occurances of an average 20 something man and makes it so gripping you want to cry with happiness at the end.
his music is so down to earth, most people can relate to at least one of his songs.
the streets can lick my arse-not really.
wall street or refering to the economy. also can be used to describe analysts in the financial market
during the fiscal year or 2005 the company's oil production which coincided with international trade regulations and increased interest rates had increased their revenue by six percent over the last year. a modestly high number, however these figures dissapointed the street which was hoping for revenue that yielded at least 10 to 12 percent based on expert analysis of the situation