Monster

Album: Alive Till I'm Dead (2010)
Charted: 29
  • This track from the debut studio album by English rapper/singer Professor Green, real name Stephen Manderson, is a collaboration with another London rapper, Example.
  • In the song, Manderson jokes about Katie Price's former husband Peter Andre. He told the Daily Star: "At the end of the first verse I say: 'I'd like to say thanks to Peter Andre for looking after my children,' which could be seen as being a little bit out of order, but I do say sorry at the end of the song."
  • Manderson told Digital Spy that the Pixie Lott referencing line, "apparently Pixie drinks lots," "was born from me looking out of the car window and seeing her with a white milk moustache with the slogan 'Pixie drinks Lotts'."
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