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  1. Limited version includes a bonus DVD (PAL/Region 0). which includes the tracks 'A Day In The Life Of Roll Deep' - 10 minute documentary, interviews with each crew member, photo gallery including all band members, and 'When I m Ere' video (normal and XXX versions). Also included is a bonus poster of the crew. EMI. /5(9).
  2. 7 rows · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Roll Deep - The Avenue /5(28).
  3. This is a listing of official releases by Roll Deep, a MOBO Award-nominated London-based grime music collective. Their debut album, In at the Deep End, was released in June Four singles were released from the album: "Heat Up", "The Avenue", "When I'm 'Ere" and "Shake a Leg". Roll Deep Recordings is their own record label, which they use to distribute their mixtapes.
  4. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Roll Deep - In At The Deep End at Discogs. Complete your Roll Deep collection.
  5. Roll Deep (formerly Roll Deep Entourage) are a British grime crew. They were founded in by Wiley shortly before the disbandment of UK garage .
  6. Roll Deep (formerly Roll Deep Entourage) are a British grime crew. They were founded in by Wiley shortly before the disbandment of UK garage crew Pay As U Go Cartel. The crew distributed a number of mixtapes and vinyl singles independently before being signed to a major label and releasing their debut album In at the Deep End in June Four singles were released from the album.
  7. Jul 18,  · “The Avenue” is a song by Roll Deep, the group that once contained UK grime artist Dizzee Rascal. The song was released on the 18th of July , and entered at #11 in the UK Singles Chart.
  8. Jul 18,  · When I'm Ere (Wiley Remix) Producer – Danny Weed Remix – Wiley (2) Notes A1 written by Mark Tibenham & Lol Mason Roll Deep: The Avenue ‎ (CD, Single, Promo) Relentless Records: UK: Sell This Version: Recommendations Reviews Add Review/5(25).
  9. May 17,  · In interviews promoting their debut’s release, Roll Deep were blunt about their ambition to take grime high into the charts. That aim is explicit in the blithe R&B of “The Avenue” but In At the Deep End isn’t simply about softening the UK underground’s edges. “Show You” cuts its rhythms and loops to the hypnotic stutter of alternative hip-hop while “Heat Up” .

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