Sometimes rap is just about being fresh and making references that people are going to get straight away - and that's what was hot at the time.
That's like... it's obvious - you know what I mean? We work hard, man. Like, labour hard - always have done. Like, even, aside from music - do you know what I mean? Like, electronic work and worked hard at it. So, I'm saying, like, just always work. Like, I... I look at myself like a labourer. I don't think of myself as like as a rap guy or a Grime star or anything, no, it's like staying where you... like, you have to go to work in the day and graft and labour it and, like, go for it - like, you know what I mean.
Like, use your hands... these hands make you money - do you know what I mean, like? Unless you're a numbers guy or something. But if you're not, you go out there, you take your hands and you make money and that's what it was about.
And, obviously, Blair was... you know, was the - at the time - the leader of the Labour party.
It was just a... it was just fun, man. Just like have some fun. Like, you go and say that innit? I wanted that song to come on - in my head - and, you know, the whole crowd was... like, all the guys, that were there, might be drunk with their boys in that section of the rave and you've got a group of girls there and they all turn around to the girls and go "Scuse me, you're so cris."
And then maybe that's the point in which they did get to talk to that girl or that group of girls... you know what I mean? And then they would... that's what it was. It's like... it was that point.
That's how I think about music sometimes. When I say a line it's like how I was in a rave... you know what I mean. I get... I'm gassed and then I hear that lyric, you see that girl and you said it to her and she probably says it back to you as well because she’s just as having a great time just like you are.
So, it was about having a good time and meeting people, man.