The Clipse have 'cooked' (get it) up the perfect soundtrack for those friends in our lives that try to compete with us in all our endeavours.

Chill the **** out, we don't wear the same watch!


I know it's been a minute since I've shared some insightful tips on how to protect your integrity using clothes (yes, I said it!!). Really, it's a new year if you think you need a wardrobe change..........chances are you do so don't hesitate contemplate retail.

I have three labels (soem high street) that I'm very fond of at present and here they are.

In no particular order;

1 LYLE & SCOTT - great for polos, V-necks and cardigans. They have become slightly commercial since T4 presenters decided to slaughter the eagle logo but we are still very fond of it. For a polo expect to pay roughly £39. Not bad eh?

2 ALL SAINTS - the london brand is doing some graet things at the moment. Apart from quickly becoming the McDonalds for high-fashion brands with stores everywhere in London. The summer collection is looking well nice. It might burn a little hole in the pocket but it is so 150% worth every bit of material.

3 COS - I randomly discovered this stand alone Regents street store last year but it has quickly taken over Zara in my mind as the first point of reference for basic shirts, trousers, and suits. Great tailoring and the most expensive shirt is £35.

All these stores do labels have a ready-to-wear womens' component. You know I can't forget the ladies.


Ladies & Gentlemen, I introduce ........... GINGER & BLACK

Ginger is Eri. Black is Daniel. Since December 2005, Ginger and Black have taken their dark brand of musical comedy all over the country. Ginger and Black have made appearances on BBC Radio 2, Radio 4 as well as regular slots on 4Radio's 'The Weekly Show'. They also recently featured in S4C's TV show Wedi Saith.

I saw them on BBC 3's Comedy Shuffle.

This is Hilarious!


I'm utterly guilty as charged. I was one of the Black Eyed Peas haters (post-where is the love). I apologise and I take back a lot of the hurtful things I said about them after Fergie joined. I just loved the 'Back To Front' album too much and I thought they stood for conscious hip-hop to the fullest. I often forget that people gotta get PAID.

Just in case you wondering why this rant and random apology. I have been listening to the recent Will.I.Am album 'Songs about Girls' and my word it is supreme.

First, I was slightly irritated for not having discovered it earlier and second, it was my arch-music rival that drew my attention to it.

Now, irregardless of what you think of the Black Eyed Peas and their unique way of selling the public energy. The have a real talented front man and the more I find out about Will.I.Am's abilities, the more I'm like damn, did he do that?

'Songs about Girls'
is a quirky blend of electro-hop (I just made that up, don't plagirise me). It is fresh and innovative and I want as many people as possible to support him.

Commercially, it has been a let down - this is by no means a reflection of the quality as its golden in content.

Tracks like Heartbreaker, The Donque Song are far superior to the lead single 'I got it from my mama'. Also, I really would like to speak with his marketing manager. the lead single was a disastrous choice and I honesty feel it possibly hinder the chart success of the record.

There are some killer lines on the record:

Ya I like the way your soul sounds to me
Ain't nobody do me the way you do me
I got the stamina for L-O-V-E
Whip out the camera lets make a movie
In the future we could look back at what we done did
We'll be makin love til we like a hundred
And thats why I had to remix this song
Cuz i want the truth to be told