Streets' Mike Skinner posts Swine Flu song online

Skinner releases track 'label would not condone' himself

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The Streets' Mike Skinner has posted another new song online using his Twitter account.

The new song sees the rapper take a comedic view on swine flu, while the video features gory images from horror movies.

To watch Skinner's video for 'He's Behind You, He's Got Swine Flu', scroll down and click below.

The song is one of a number of new songs Skinner has posted online via his Twitter account in recent weeks.

Referencing the near constant source of new music on his Twitter page,, the producer/solo artist explained that his label are not in league with him over his new internet releases.

"Can I just state that nothing I do right now has anything to do with the label," he wrote. "They would not condone what I am doing."

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