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Dizzee plans 'naughty but nice' LP
By Greg Cochrane
Newsbeat music reporter

Dizzee Rascal and Alexa Chung
Dizzee poses with Glamour's presenter of the year, Alexa Chung

Dizzee Rascal has revealed that his forthcoming album has a "naughty but nice" theme.

Tongue N Cheek, the rapper's fourth studio album, will be released this September.

Following that, the rapper will play a number of UK festivals and a headline tour in October.

Speaking to Newsbeat, he said: "Tongue N Cheek is me being a bit cheeky, the theme of it is naughty but nice. Just celebrating the good things in life."

Dizzee Rascal, wearing a Gucci suit at the Glamour magazine Women Of The Year Awards, also confirmed the next single will be a new track called Holiday.

As with previous number one Dance Wiv Me, the track will be produced by Calvin Harris.

The rapper, who will play the main stage at this year's Glastonbury festival in June, said: "It means a lot, I've been on the main stage before with Arctic Monkeys.

"I'm doing the main stage on my own now. Seeing 80,000 laid out in front of you, that's amazing."



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