There are a couple of greatest hits out there that are worthy whilst others are just pure hysterical. One which stands out is from 'genius' David Gray. We honestly believe he's one of the greastest songwriters of our generation. Please please please go out and buy this album.

If you haven't heard of David Gray, he's a verse from one of his classics - BABYLON.

Friday night I'm going nowhere
All the lights are changing green to red
Turning over TV stations
Situations running through my head
Well looking back through time
You know it's clear that I've been blind
I've been a fool
To ever open up my heart
To all that jealousy, that bitterness, that ridicule

Saturday I'm running wild
And all the lights are changing red to green
Moving through the crowd I'm pushing
Chemicals all rushing through my bloodstream
Only wish that you were here
You know I'm seeing it so clear
I've been afraid
To tell you how I really feel
Admit to some of those bad mistakes I've made

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We salute your courage!


Please tell us you saw the Masters Series Final in Shanghai, last night.

The man-of-all-men, King Roger Federer put critics to sleep with his genius display of champion supremacy.

The frightening fact is he's only 26!

His fiance is laughing all the way to the bank like 50. You know you gon' hit Rodeo Drive in a few days - just to update her old Balenciaga!

As you do!


I'm looking for friends who can get me on the Oprah Show.

Is anyone out there?

You know it's Christmas and in true festive-style, you bet she's going to be giving away some ridiculous things i.e Cars, iPhones (my personal desire) and other really usuable shiznits.

So, I'm looking to broker partnerships.

I believe in Mama Oprah - she's my Santa Claus!


Yep, we are feeling this tune hard. It's the Jay-Hova himself conversing on possible the most innovative drum programming by the Neptunes in a while.

The verses are equally as compelling:

So what if you flip a couple words,
I could triple at that in birds,
Open your mind you see the circus in the sky.
I’m Ringling brothers Barnum Bailey with the pies,
No matter how you slice it,
I’m your mother-f**king guy
And just like a B-boy with 360 waves
Do the same with the pot,
Still come back beige.
Whether right or south paw,
Whether pot or a jar
Whip it around,
It still comes back hard.
So easily do I W-H-I-P,
My repitition with riches will bring the kilo business,
I got kreole C-O bitches, for my niggas who slipped


Trevor Nelson recently described Jay's new album as 'Blueprint 3'. We couldn't agree more.


People, People, People.

There are some things in this world that will take your breathe away. Sometimes it might be that you were not expecting it or you just couldn't deem it possible.

Last Friday, I found myself in what is considered 'the most exclusive club' in London. As the ultimate cynic, I wiggled my nose at such a brass statement thinking 'What the hell does that mean?'

I didn't know what I was in for.

We pulled up at a side road in East London. We were welcome by a polite maitre who lead us into a very swanky reception area. The reception looked more like the entrances of Ernest & Young than a membership club complete with John Conran-styled furnishings.

We got into an elevator and we pushed floor 4 - en route, we stopped to collect trendy-looking individuals on levels 2 and 3 along the way. Upon arrival on level 4, I was awe struck.

On my left was a warehouse looking layout (The Bar was a former Underground station) as we looked ahead, there were several sub-sections that include a pool area, an open bar with beautiful mahogamy finishing and a 5-star restuarant. As we walked further towards the end of the long room - we arrived at a magnificent lounge area coupled with crytal chandeliers orchestrating the muted lighting.

Completely bowed over, I got up and gave myself a tour. I walked from level to level stumbling upon a roof top swimming pool, a full fledge nightclub and many many other activities.

Membership is £1,000 a month. I have always condemned the extortion of the 'membership' culture but I'm going to have to eat my words on this one.

Simply unbelievable!

Now I understand the hype around Shoreditch.