It Takes More - Ms. Dynamite - A Little Deeper (CD, Album)

03.09.2019
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  • Sep 09,  · Song A Lil Deeper / Get Up Stand Up (Album Version) Artist Ms. Dynamite; Licensed to YouTube by UMG (on behalf of Polydor Records); BMI - Broadcast Music Inc., .
  • Nov 14,  · Music video by Ms. Dynamite performing It Takes More. (C) Polydor Ltd. (UK) marscontiehyserecompserderschachansi.co
  • A deserving winner of UK's most prestigious music prize, The Mercury Prize, A Little Deeper is a perfect album to showcase the talent of this young black lady. Fusing soul, hip-hop, lounge, funk and pop into one delicious package, Ms Dynamite reminds you of Lauryn Hill in patches, only that she's really funkier and not just about the stern /5(18).
  • "Booo!" is a song by UK garage DJ/producer Sticky featuring Ms. Dynamite. It was the first single Ms. Dynamite appeared on before the release of her debut solo single the following year. The song was a top 20 hit, peaking at No. 12 on the UK Singles Chart.. The Guardian listed the song at number 19 in their list of "The best UK garage tracks - ranked!" in
  • Check out Ms. Dynamite on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on Amazon.
  • "It Takes More - Bloodshy Main Mix" from album "A Little Deeper" by musical artist Ms. Dynamite - Jan marscontiehyserecompserderschachansi.co new discover playlists genres posts. Search artist It Takes More - Bloodshy Main Mix A Little Deeper. Ms. Dynamite. Jan 01, [Verse 1] The.
  • Apr 15,  · The last track "A Little Deeper" is minutes long. The song you hear at the start of the track finshes at , and then just over two minutes of silence. The secret track (untitled, uncredited even) starts at and is considerably better than the first part of the track/5(11).
  • Jun 10,  · Editors' Notes A songbook of sharp, streetwise tracks that gave Niomi McLean-Daley’s soulful voice a place on British music’s A-list. The career-defining hit “Dy-Na-Mi-Tee” remains irresistibly catchy, with “It Takes More” offering a social conscience to her glorious hooks—condemning gang culture and lamenting UK hip-hop's recycled stereotypes.

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