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Drakehas confessed that he is a huge fan of The Streets and wants to collaborate with frontman, Lil Wayne, has even insisted that he hopes Skinner comes out of retirement to hook-up on a track in the near future. When Time Out phones Mike Skinner to chat about Tonga, the new monthly club night he’s launching, he’s just finished breakfasting on an Omelette Arnold Bennett (smoked haddock, Burford Brown eggs, Mornay sauce) at Claridge’s.bogwood [2017/08/10 PM, Tyler Cowen on Stubborn Attachments, Prosperity, and the Good Society]: Growth vs de-growth is a major issue. Dr Golabki [2017/08/10 AM, Tyler Cowen on Stubborn Attachments, Prosperity, and the Good Society]: Jeff W - I don't think Cowan was saying he favors bailouts. Dr Golabki [2017/08/09 PM, Tyler Cowen on Stubborn Attachments, Prosperity, and the Good Society]: Great podcast - thank you both. Jeff W [2017/08/08 PM, Tyler Cowen on Stubborn Attachments, Prosperity, and the Good Society]: Wish Russ had used Tyler's own framework and scrapped with him over Cowen's...

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Skinner's breakthrough project was The Streets who released a string of groundbreaking album in the early 2000s, starting with Original Pirate Material (2002), which fused hip hop, UK garage and other genres with socially aware lyrics about life in Britain.

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That’s the interesting thing, and it’s quite enjoyable. But her best friend sold a story to the paper that I’ve been going out with her. You start realizing that being honest is too good a story.

It’s not what you’d expect from the former urban everyman rapper (as The Streets) who’s now a successful DJ and producer.

But don’t worry, he hasn’t gone all uptown in his musical outlook: ‘We like to keep the [club] night as scuzzy as possible, while we’re as baller [someone who flashes the cash] as we can be.’ It’s an intriguing club night.

Apart from Skinner, the line-up hasn’t been announced. ‘It’s what you might call party bass,’ reckons Skinner. [At Tonga you’ll hear] the darker end of house, rap, trap and grime.’ The venue is also a surprise: The Victoria, a pleasantly scruffy Dalston boozer that’s a safe distance away from the chaos of Kingsland Road.

Nothing unusual there, but as he explains, ‘It’s a policy of wait and see who turns up.’ One of those likely to appear is Murkage Dave, Skinner’s breakfast partner today and founder of Manchester-based arts and grime collective Murkage, who are co-running Tonga. Usually home to rock and indie gigs, it should be a pretension-free party location.

white English rapper might sound like the basis for a bad Saturday Night Live sketch. guy seated nearby) Oi, how many sales you need to have to be first class?

But with new and exciting urban music being as rare as rocking-horse shit these days, you could do a lot worse than twenty-three-year-old Mike Skinner, a.k.a. His debut album, Original Pirate Material, fuses hip-hop and house music to earthy witticisms on the blue-collar “birds” and “geezers” of Blair’s Britain. On “Don’t Mug Yourself,” Skinner warns his mates about becoming putty in the hands of a “fit bird;” on “Too Late,” Skinner takes an unflattering look at losing a girlfriend through arrogance: “We met through a shared view/She loved me, and I did too.” Always in search of another like-minded soul, I met Mike for coffee while he was in New York on yet another promotional sortie.

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