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Album: Kings and Queens (2009)
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  • This expletive-splattered number is the opening track from British hip-hop artist Jamie T's second album, Kings and Queens.
  • Jamie T told Q magazine: "It's the opening track and it has an industrial beat. It's about not letting anyone pull you back, not letting your mates be your worst enemy."
  • According to the NME, Jamie T wrote this song after a "MIA and Bjork binge."
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