Into The Ground

Album: At Your Inconvenience (2011)

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  • Amongst the celebrities that Green pokes fun at on this track are Cribs frontman Ryan Jarman, and his girlfriend, the singer Kate Nash. The background to Green's diss is a Twitter argument that he had with Jarman, who accused the rapper of chatting up Nash at a gig. Green told The Daily Star this track, "goes into the whole thing," adding. "I have a beautiful girlfriend. Kate Nash is definitely different-looking to the girls I've been out with so I ask Ryan Jarman how you can accuse me of clucking over Krusty the Clown (The Simpsons); that's an insult in itself."

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