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Video stars 'Made In Chelsea''s Millie Mackintosh

Professor Green unveils 'Remedy' video – watch

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Professor Green has released the video for 'Remedy', the third single to be taken from his album 'At Your Inconvenience'.

The video is likely to attract the attention of gossip websites and columns, as Professor Green's reality TV star girlfriend, Mille Mackintosh, makes a cameo appearance. Macintosh, who is known for being in Channel 4's Made In Chelsea, is wearing a mask of The Queen in the video and can be seen cosying up to Professor Green in the corner of a crazy party.

You can watch the video of 'Remedy', featuring Ruth Anne, by scrolling down the page and clicking. Mackintosh makes her cameo around 1 minute 50 seconds.

Last month, Professor Green revealed that he was working on a new track with Slipknot DJ Sid Wilson. The rapper, who released his second album 'At Your Inconvenience' last year, has revealed that the Iowa metallers' DJ got in touch with him recently and said he was a big fan.

Wilson recently confirmed that the pair were working on a collaboration and revealed that the track will have a "dirtier and grimier sound, with more of a punk rock edge to it".

Professor Green is set to be a constant presence on the festival circuit this summer, with slots at Isle Of Wight Festival, V Festival and Wireless Festival among his booked slots. He also supports The Stone Roses at Manchester's Heaton Park on June 30.


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