Green Light

Album: Winner Stays On (2010)
Charted: 1
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  • This is the second single by London-based grime music collective Roll Deep, from their fourth album, Winner Stays On. The song served as the follow-up to the group's chart-topper, "Good Times."
  • The phrase "green light" dates from the 1970s and means permission to proceed. The image is that of a green traffic light or railway signal, authorizing one to go ahead.
  • The members of the collective who contributed to this song are the crew's leader Wiley plus J2K, Breeze, Brazen and Scratchy. The female vocalist on the chorus is Tania Foster.


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