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Mike Skinner, Soundtrack: Notes on a Scandal. Mike Skinner was born on November 27, 1978 in Birmingham, England as Michael Geoffrey Skinner.

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There’s more to Mike Skinner than party vibes. From The Streets to The D.O.T, he’s tackled the rich spread of human experience, from lad bants

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Mike Skinner ”winces slightly” when he hears The Streets’ hit ‘Fit But You Know It’.The frontman has insisted that whilst the song from the group’s 2004 album ‘A Grand Don’t Come for Free’ hasn

Mike Skinner sent a demo tape to a record shop in north London, run by A&R Nick Worthington. The song developed into Skinner’s first single, “Has It Come to This?”, and was released under the name The Streets. The song peaked at number 18 on the UK Singles Chart in October 2001.

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British rapper Mike Skinner alias ‘The Streets’ performs during the open air festival ‘Rock am Ring’ at Nuerburgring racetrack, Germany, 06 June 2008. The three-day event started the same day with cloudy weather. 85,000 visitors are expected to attend the annual music festival, which hosts numerous national and international top acts.

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Mike Skinner also has a blog he regularly updated and he seems quite happy on it, so fair play I say. The Streets performances at MELT and BBC Electric Proms are both on YouTube and both are excellent, is deffo recommend giving them a listen.

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Mike Skinner sent a demo tape to a record shop in north London, run by A&R Nick Worthington. The song developed into Skinner’s first single, “Has It Come to This?”, and was released under the name The Streets. The song peaked at number 18 on the UK Singles Chart in October 2001.

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Mike Skinner’s recordings as the Streets marked the first attempt to add a degree of social commentary to Britain’s party-hearty garage/2-step (and later grime) movement. Skinner, a Birmingham native who later ventured to the capital, was an outsider in the garage scene, though his initial recordings appeared on Locked On, the premiere source for speed garage and, later, 2-step from 1998 to

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Mike Skinner og The Streets har det med at zoome ind på de ting, der ofte kan blive glemt. Altid har The Streets været synonym med et projekt, der tog hånd om de følelser, alle mærkede.

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The Streets’ Mike Skinner has thanked hospital staff who fixed his dislocated shoulder after he jumped off the stage to crowdsurf at a concert in his home city.

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The Streets’ Mike Skinner talks about his new music and what it was like to produce a music video during lockdown.

Mike Skinner dropped a new single with Tame Impala, and announced his forthcoming mixtape ‘None Of Us Are Getting Out Of This Life Alive’.