Dizzee Rascal’s ‘Maths & English’ gets physical US release

Hard copy features two new tracks and El-P remix

Dizzee Rascal’s ‘Maths & English’ album is set to get a physical release in the US, and new material’s been added to the CD.

The release, which comes out April 29 on Definitive Jux Records features two new studio tracks ‘G.H.E.T.T.O’ and ‘Driving’ as well as a remix of ‘Where’s Da G’s’ by New York rapper El-P.

The album was nominated for last year’s Mercury Music Prize, losing to Klaxons ‘Myths Of The Near Future’. Rascal won the prize in 2003 for his debut ‘Boy In Da Corner’.

The track listing is:

‘World Outside’

‘Pussyole (Old Skool)’


‘Where’s Da G’s’


‘Suk My Dick’


‘Da Feelin’’


‘ Excuse Me Please’

‘Hard Back (Industry)’


‘Wanna Be’

‘U Can’t Tell Me Nuffin’’



‘Where’s Da G’s’ (El-P Remix)

–By our New York staff.

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