I'll just leng a man down / Hop out of the whip and leng a man down
OH MY DIDDY! Baby Cham D.E.S.T.R.O.Y.E.D. the place on Thursday night. Half of Slew Dem turned up to see him; I saw Chronik at the front flashing his lighter for most of the night. Jammer was supposed to be bringing his dad, but he didn't in the end. Kano turned up too, but stood towards the back while Cham was playing.
As you can see, lots of people were filming. I dropped a couple of verses outside in someone's car, so look out for me on Risky Roadz 3 (possibly) - available from Risky's house when it's out (if you know where that is - I don't).
Baby Cham and Jammer
Just before my set, Jammer came over to me and handed me a copy of 'Murkle Man' and gave me detailed instructions about what I had to do for our set. He told me I had to play 'Murkle Man' once (only when he said) and then reload it and then play it again so he could reload it and then play it again and mix it into another record he handed me (the 8 bar remix of 'Destruction'). Who would have thought so much planning went into these things!?!
Jammer giving me the gunfingers to the back of the head and grabbing my shoulder - he did this a lot during my set. I guess he gets excited.
Jam, Chronik and Tempa T all jumped on my set. I was hoping Kano would get involved too, but I think he just stood around outside after Baby Cham finished. There was a rumour of D Double turning up later, so I was hoping for an old school Nasty crew reunion, but alas it didn't happen. My friends said Tempa T was the best - I was too busy trying to mix without a monitor while Jammer was shoving me to hear what was going on. No, I'm only kidding - me and Jam are best friends for life - he even gave me a free copy of the 'Strangle Man' 12". Well, he forgot to take it with him when he left, but that obviously meant he wanted me to keep it, right?
I was supposed to be DJing at this, but I've got exams coming up, but go to it anyway.