Dizzee Rascal reveals 'Bassline Junkie' video - watch

Track taken from free mixtape 'The Mixtape Vol.2'

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Dizzee Rascal has revealed the video to his new single 'Bassline Junkie', scroll down the page to see the video now.

The track is taken from free mixtape 'The Mixtape Vol.2', which was released on December 26. 'The Mixtape Vol.2' is the follow-up to the first volume which he released on New Year's Day in 2007. 'Bassline Junkie' sees Dizzee attempting to turn people on to the ways of the bassline and includes scenes set in a prison and one in a church.

The chorus of the song goes: "I don’t need no speed, I don’t need no heroin, I don’t want no coke, you can keep your ketamine, I’m a bassline junkie."

Meanwhile, the rapper has been putting the finishing touches to his fifth studio album, the follow-up to 2009's 'Tongue n' Cheek'. "It's all new material and just a taster of all the good new music we got coming in the new year!" Dizzee said in a statement. "The 'Bassline Junkie' video is gonna have people in stitches. 1 love!"

This summer, Dizeee Rascal performed at the Opening Ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic games. According to reports, Prince William told Prime Minister David Cameron that The Queen is a massive Dizzee fan while they were watching the ceremony.

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