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Boasty (feat. Idris Elba) Wiley, Stefflon Don, Sean Paul, Idris Elba 02:57
Can't Take It Wiley 02:31
Igloo Freestyle Wiley 03:14
Never Be Your Woman Naughty Boy, Wiley, Emeli Sandé 02:26
My One (feat. Tory Lanez, Kranium & Dappy) Wiley, Tory Lanez, Kranium, Dappy 03:06
Wearing My Rolex (Radio Edit) Wiley 02:50
Can You Hear Me? (Ayayaya) (feat. Skepta, Jme & Ms D) Wiley feat. JME, Ms D and Skepta, Wiley, JME, Ms D 03:52
Don't Bread Me Wiley 03:02
Too Much Stylie Wiley 03:25
Heatwave (feat. Ms. D) Wiley, Ms. D 03:15

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Emerging from the UK garage scene of the early Noughties, Wiley was a key figure in the East London music community as a member of the Pay As U Go Cartel and a founder of Roll Deep. Morphing the melodic, soulful hooks of UK garage with dance-hall rhythms and drum & bass beats, Wiley became a pirate radio station star and, alongside Dizzee Rascal, a pioneer of grime music. He described his debut album Treddin' On Thin Ice (2004) as "eskibeat" due to its cold-hearted feel, before being crowned King of Grime for his albums Playtime Is Over (2007), See Clear Now (2008) and Race Against Time (2009). Also working as a producer, he finally hit the mainstream with the crossover hit single Wearing My Rolex. In November that year, a convincing hoax BBC news report declared Wiley had been stabbed to death in Hackney. As the news spread, a helpful response on Wiley's Myspace blog reassured - "I AM NOT DEAD!"