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Professor Green

Professor Green

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Professor Green: Alive Till I'm Dead

Review by Martin Aston,, July 2010

As fizzy, dramatic and inventive as pop should be without losing his initial grime edge. Stephen Manderson's stage alias echoes the big-band era of jazz giants ...

Professor Green and Example are Streets ahead as rap stars

Profile and Interview by Pete Paphides, The Times, 13 July 2010

With the two young London rappers enjoying mainstream success, they explain how they outgrew their mentor, Mike Skinner. ...

Professor Green: Alive Till I'm Dead

Review by Gavin Martin, Daily Mirror, 16 July 2010

YOUNG EAST LONDONER Stephen Paul Manderson, aka Professor Green, has already had a rocky career. A recording apprenticeship with Mike 'The Streets' Skinner's label The ...

Professor Green: Roundhouse, London NW1

Live Review by Lisa Verrico, The Times, 15 December 2014

THAT BRITISH kids briefly believed that British rap was where it's at is starting to seem like a dream. The days when Dizzee Rascal and ...


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