Wiley - Playtime Is Over album download
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Producer – Maniac
Written-By, Vocals – Merkston*, Scorcher, Tinie Tempah
Written-By, Vocals – Jukie Mundo*
|B4||Letter To Dizzee
Producer – Most Wanted Productions*
Mixed By – Wiley Producer, Engineer – Bless BeatsWritten-By, Vocals – Little D , Manga
Producer – SkeptaWritten-By, Vocals – J.M.E*
|C3||Johnny Was A Bad Boy
Producer – Decoy*
|C4||Nothing About Me
Producer – GeeneusWritten-By, Vocals – Perry Morgan
|D1||Come Lay With Me
Producer – DVA Written-By, Vocals – Rachel
Vocals [Additional] – Danny C
- Artwork By [Design & Art Direction] – Eat Sleep Work / Play, Ewan Robertson, Oscar Bauer
- Artwork By [Photography] – Per Crepin
- Artwork By [Retouching] – Christopher Peabody
- Mastered By – Kevin Metcalfe
- Photography By – Per Crepin
- Producer – Wiley (tracks: A1, A3 to B3, C3, D2 to D4)
- Vocals – Wiley
- Written-By – R. Cowie*
NotesMastered at Soundmasters.
Recorded and mixed In The Igloo except track A3 recorded at Milo Studio and mixed In The Igloo.
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Playtime Is Over is the third studio album by English grime artist Wiley. It was released on Big Dada Recordings and was recorded in Bow, East London. The album was released on 4 June 2007, the same day as former protégée Dizzee Rascal's Maths + English, and reached 71 in the UK Album Chart. Playtime Is Over was the featured album on MySpace the week before its release. It was apparently planned for release in the . on 11 September 2007.
Playtime Is Over is the third studio album by UK Grime artist Wiley. The album was released on 4 June 2007, the same day as former protégée Dizzee Rascal’s Maths + English, and reached 71 in the UK Album Chart. On this album, Wiley also addresses a feud between himself and Dizzee Rascal with the song Letter 2 Dizzee
Playtime, amongst other things: Aside from the possibility of doing some by-request production jobs and mentoring younger artists, Wiley was originally planning on retiring from the grime scene after this album. Yeah, I know, rap retirements- but he's gone through a lot of shit, whether recent (the fumbled pop-crossover of his Roll Deep crew's 2005 album In at the Deep End ) or longstanding ("I'm getting threats but it's never stopped in 10 years," he told RWD Magazine during his "farewell" interview).
Unless he’s pulling that age old American trick (hello Jay-Z) Wiley’s third official album could well be his last – a final shot at greatness before walking away and leaving ‘em wanting more. Hence the title: a time to put away childish things, make some great music and take care of business. No wonder the man’s disaffected after his experience with Roll Deep.
Playtime’s Over, 17. Where’s Wiley? . By: Wiley (2007, Electronic). Wrong audio? Try another! More albums from Wiley
bumbaclot 50!" He also big ups Big Dada by name several times - probably several times more than any other MC who has been on the label
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Album · 2007 · 16 Songs. 16 Songs, 47 Minutes. Released: 4 Jun 2007.