Police On My Back
Lethal Bizzle releases brand new singles Police On My Back / Selfridges Girl Not On MySpace on 1st October 2007 on V2 Music, taken from his critically acclaimed album 'Back To Bizznizz'.
'Selfridges Girl Not on Myspace', produced by Statik, with it's dramatic '80s-era synths tells the story of Bizzle liking a girl he saw in Selfridges but leaving without getting her number. The Clash sampling 'Police On My Back', is the genius retelling of a story from Bizzle's past as a car thief. The Enemy have recorded a version of the track which they plan to perform on stage together at a future show.
Bizzle's banging new album 'Back to Bizznizz' features productions from Akira The Don and Statik and includes guest appearances from Babyshambles and Kate Nash. This year Lethal has performed at Glastonbury, Wireless, toured the UK with Jack Penate, and performed shows with The Enemy and Pete Doherty. After performing Reading and Leeds this year Bizzle will be supporting Gallows on tour this September and joining The Enemy on the NME Rock n Roll Riot Tour this October (see dates below). Da Bizzle and Gallows have also recorded a single together which is due out in November.
Entering the music scene with More Fire Crew back in 2002 with the anthemic no. 7 smash "Oi". After the label went bust, Lethal grafted for two years and returned in 2004 with the huge club banger 'Forward Riddim (Pow)', Lethal was once again at the top of his game and has yet to come down since. 'Against Alll Oddz' followed in 2005 and spawned several hit singles such as 'Uh Oh (I'm Back)', Fire and 'What We Do'- his collaboration with US hip hop star Twista and The Kray Twins.
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