Review: It's the Dizzee album many of us have been waiting over 10 years for. Forthright, heavy, inventive and barbed with incisive observations and wry humour. Don't expect many big sing-alongs, don't come crying for big pop cameos, Dizzee has returned to his outpost in 'da corner' and honed some of the most provocative tracks of his career. Highlights include the orchestral theatrics of "I Ain't Gonna Lie", the flute-snapping "Ghost" and the pure venom of "Sick A Dis". The futuristic, bass-heavy beats carved by the likes of Valentino Khan, Cardo and Paul Salva ensure Dizzee rides in style.