Example debuts new song 'Perfect Replacement' – listen Example Tickets

Track will appear on rapper's new album 'The Evolution Of Man'

Example debuts new song 'Perfect Replacement' – listen

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Example has debuted a new track titled 'Perfect Replacement' – scroll down to the bottom of the page and click to listen.

The song, which was played for the first time on Radio One earlier this week (November 15) and has now surfaced online, will feature on the rapper's forthcoming new album 'The Evolution Of Man', which is released on Monday (November 19).

Example has found himself in the headlines in recent weeks after he was thrust into a feud with the people of Wigan. He stated on Twitter that he receives more abuse from the northern town than any other place. He was then pictured on the cover of the Wigan Evening Post under the headline "Bad Example", with a report saying he had "offended the whole town".

Yesterday (November 16), meanwhile, he revealed that he was no stranger to receiving abuse on the social networking site himself. "It can be really scathing on Twitter – someone threatened to set me on fire," he said. "It's across the board: 'I hate you, you look like a monkey… I can't believe you're famous – you're shit… I saw you on TV and you're a wanker.' For every comment like those, you get 20 nice ones. I don't take it to heart."

The tracklisting for 'The Evolution Of Man' is as follows:

'Come Taste The Rainbow'
'Close Enemies'
'Perfect Replacement'
'Crying Out For Help'
'Queen Of Your Dreams'
'Say Nothing'
'All My Lows'
'The Evolution Of Man'
'One Way Mirror'
'Snakeskin'
'Blood From A Stone'
'Are You Sitting Comfortably?'



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