Plan B covers Dr Dre and Seal at London iTunes Festival

Singer also performs his take on Paolo Nutini's 'Coming Up Easy' at Camden Roundhouse

Plan B covers Dr Dre and Seal at London iTunes Festival

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Plan B covered Dr Dre, Seal and Doctor P at the iTunes Festival at the London Roundhouse last night (July 26).

The singer teamed up with his beatboxer Faith SFX near the close of his set at the Camden venue to roll through a medley of tracks which included his take on 'The Next Episode', a dubstep version of 'Kiss From A Rose' and 'Take Me To The Sweetshop'.

Earlier, Plan B got a lengthy introduction from SFX, whose beatboxing included references to Transformers, Reel 2 Reel's 'I Like To Move It' and a few bars of Dizzee Rascal's 2009 UK Number One hit 'Bonkers'.

The singer then kicked off his set, backed by a six-piece band and three singers, with 'Writing's On The Wall'.

The bulk of his show featured tracks from his recent chart-topping album 'The Defamation Of Strickland Banks', including hit singles 'She Said' and 'Prayin'.

Plan B also covered Paolo Nutini's 2009 single 'Coming Up Easy', and performed a new track called 'Make My Religion' before closing the show with 'Stay Too Long'

Plan B played:

'Writing's On The Wall'
'The Recluse'
'She Said'
'Coming Up Easy'
'Welcome To Hell'
'Make My Religion'
'What You Gonna Do'
'Take Me To The Sweetshop'/'Kiss From A Rose'/'The Next Episode'
'Stay Too Long'

Earlier Tinie Tempah performed a cover of Lady Gaga's 'Bad Romance' and his UK Number One hit single 'Pass Out' as well as showcasing a series of tracks from his forthcoming debut album 'The Disc-Overy', including 'Invincible'.

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