Name in Lights

Album: Growing Up In Public (2014)
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Songfacts®:

  • This song features Professor Green and his tourmates Rizzle Kicks. Green told Q magazine that he found inspiration for the tune when in the bath.
  • Green pokes fun at model Cara Delevingne on this song, when he brazenly raps: "Cara Delevingne, have you got any cocaine please?" This is a reference to an incident reported in the newspapers when Delevingne was snapped by paparazzi and a small sachet of unknown white powder fell out of her pocket. It was speculated that the model may have been carrying cocaine.

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